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Kathryn In Extended Resurrecting The Champ Interview

dvd_cover_001It’s 10 years ago this month that the film Resurrecting The Champ was first released in cinemas in selected parts of the world.  Most of the rest of the world didn’t get to see it for months, or even years, later.

Ten years!  That’s crazy!

RTC is about a struggling newspaper sports reporter (Josh Hartnett as Erik Kernan) looking for a story that will make his name.  He then stumbles upon a homeless man (Samuel L Jackson only referred to as ‘Champ’) as who claims to be a long-thought dead boxing legend.  Kathryn (you know, from Cold Case) plays Joyce Kernan, wife of Erik.  She’s a successful journalist working at the same newspaper and mother to his child.  Joyce is a few years older than Erik, which appears to be the cause of some issues for him.

Kathryn’s role in the film is relatively small but, as is often the case, it is crucial to the development of lead character as the story progresses

2007 puts us before Josh found his Penny, Dreadful or otherwise and Samuel L was yet to become the Marvel character Nick Fury in a 1001 projects.  Or star in an unrelated film called Fury (aka The Samaritan).  Dakota Goyo, the actor who played the Kernan’s son and the lucky so-and-so that got a red carpet hug from Kathryn at the première :-x, was 8 at the time.  Since then he’s starred as the son of Hugh Jackman and Evangeline Lilly in the robot fighting movie Real Steel, and sort of crossed paths with SLJ again as he was the young Thor in the first of that branch of the Marvel universe.

Video!But enough of the ‘where are they now’.  Today I’ve added an extended video interview Kathryn did for promotional material to the KM UK Gallery.  A shorter section had been posted before.  It is her answers to a series of questions describing Joyce and her role in the plot.  Broadcasters often use segments of these videos when reviewing films.

As we’ve come to expect from Kathryn she gives detailed explanations in simple terms and has clearly worked hard to understand her character.  Working previously with director Rod Lurie (Deterrence and The Contender), who once suggested Kathryn was his muse, most have helped with that getting that deeper knowledge.

You Get Me Full HD Screencaps

You_Get_Me_1080p_012You get me every time!

Turns out the rumours were not entirely true.  Fortunately for we Kathryn-fans the one about her being in You Get Me was a good one.

About 40 minutes into the teen drama it is revealed that the mother, Mrs Hewitt to you, of one of the main characters was the one and only Kathryn.  In she walked to the bedroom of her daughter (Halston Sage as Alison) and found her with the psycho of the piece (Bella Thorne as Holly).  They chat briefly and Mrs H leaves them to it.

Other than a few wide shots of the house the Hewitts live in showing them moving around through the largely glass outer walls that’s pretty much it for Kathryn’s role.

On the plus side she looks lovely (see above) and we get some nice smiles (see above).  The smile and slight bowing of her head as she leaves the girls alone reminded me of the blushing Lilly Rush when ADA Kite managed to embarrass her with a display of affection.  She’s still got it!  Awwww  :-)

The not-so true rumour involved NCIS star Jennifer Esposito.  She definitely was not in the movie.  The character she was linked to, Corinne, was the mother Holly.  The role was instead taken by Brigid Brannagh (Army Wives), who was clearly a better match to Bella’s looks with their Irish heritages.

You can now find a small collection of full HD (1080p) screencaps of Kathryn in You Get Me in the KM UK Gallery HERE.  I’ve thrown in another variant on the poster as well.

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You Get Me Released Today On Netflix

you_get_me_poster_001Another quick reminder, which this time I will actually try and make brief.  The last one sort of rambled on a bit too long, thereby completely missing the point of a quick reminder.  There I go again :-)

The teen drama in no way like Fatal Attraction and starring Bella Thorne, Nash Grier, and Halston Sage that is You Get Me is released on the Internet video streaming service Netflix today (23rd June).  Who knows, Kathryn Morris may even be in it.

Maybe you’ve already watched it.  If you have then feel free to let us know what you think in a comment below.

The movie received it’s première at the LA Film Festival earlier this week.  Some of the key cast were in attendance.  Kathryn, as far as we can tell, was not.

You Get Me Première Today

you_get_me_poster_003A quick reminder that the not-at-all-like Fatal Attraction teen drama You Get Me is due have its première tonight (19th June) in Los Angeles.

The film is being shown as part of the LA Film Festival, which started last Wednesday with a showing of the new Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World writer/director) movie The Book Of Henry.  Naomi Watts (Tank Girl) and Jack Tremblay (Room) star as mother and son in that one.

Since then there has been a busy schedule of features and documentaries, both old and new.  The event continues until Thursday night when, after an afternoon and evening of award winner showings, the festival closes with a screening of Ingrid Goes West, a social media-based comedy drama starring Aubrey Plaza (Parks And Recreation) and Elizabeth Olsen (Old Boy).

The Bella Thorne, Halston Sage, Taylor John Smith, Anna Akana, Nash Grier, Jennifer Esposito, Kathryn Morris, Netflix-owned movie You Get Me will be shown tonight at the ArcLight cinema in Santa Monica at 9:25pm.  Full details can be found at the LA Film Festival website HERE.

Another variant on the film poster, as shown above, has been added to the Gallery.

On Friday (23rd June) the film will receive its slightly delayed release on the streaming service.

You Get Me Trailer

title_001Ahead of its première at the upcoming LA Film Festival, Awesomeness Films has released a trailer for the teen drama You Get Me.

That first showing of the movie is due to happen on the 16th of June, a week from today, as I reported a couple of weeks ago.  After that the film will take up residence on the Netflix streaming service, which bought the rights a few months ago.

trailer_001Slightly worryingly, recently made available press material has not included any references to Kathryn in the named cast.  She, however, has remained listed on the film’s IMDb page through various updates and additions.  Mixed signals.

So, do we get a glimpse of Kathryn in this short trailer video?  No, we don’t.  Not surprisingly the two minute long video focuses on the main teenage cast and giving away the main plot line.  That’s what trailers are for these days.

For completeness I have added the video to the KM UK Gallery HERE.

Hopefully there will be other trailers released at a later date giving a fuller picture.

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