It’s been a while since this idea has been around, and I’ve even mentioned here in some place. After six years being online, it’s time to say goodbye.
Even if I still love Neve, I don’t feel doing the site (and you, loyal visitors) the justice it deserves. The site had a lot of things to be done, and I always failed to do. And will keep failing, so I took the hint. But I will keep following Neve’s career no matter what, and I hope you do the same.
The site will remain online until the domain keeps alive. It expires next September, so you have time to save everything you want to from here. There’s a lot, so hurry up.
Thanks for all the funny years, the nice comments and the support. Neve has the best fan base ever.
Okay, let’s try again. I’ve been receiving the most amazing messages since I posted this, and it really made me feel bad for closing the site. I will think in a better way to keep the site alive. Thanks for all your nice messages.
It seems that John McNaughton, who directed “Wild Things,” is planning to do a sequel. In an interview with Hollywood.com, McNaughton said that he and Stephen Peters, who wrote the original film, as well as the direct-to-DVD sequels “Wild Things 2″ and “Wild Things: Diamonds in the Rough,” have already worked out the story, which will focus on the children of the original characters.
“It’s not one of the sequels, but about their children,” he said. “Do you know the Amanda Knox case? It’s something like that. Something that’s like the child of Suzie Toller (Neve Campbell), she claimed that Matt Dillon’s [character] had raped her a long time ago. Maybe there is a child and maybe Bill Murray’s character had a child and they’re exchange students and things get out of hand. We’re calling it ‘Wild Child Things.’”
To my shame I found out only now that Neve and JJ Field attended the Weinstein & Chopard Oscars party held the night before the Awards at SoHo Hotel, in West Hollywood, California on Feb. 23.
I hope more pictures come out soon.
The Lifetime original movie An Amish Murder, directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal and based on the novel Sworn to Silence by Linda Castillo, tells the story of a woman (Neve Campbell) who grew up Amish and, after returning to her small hometown as its Chief of Police, must solve a string of horrible murders. The film also stars Christian Campbell, Noam Jenkins, C. Thomas Howell and IronE Singleton.
During this recent interview to discuss the film that she stars in and executive produced, actress Neve Campbell talked about how Lifetime approached her with the project, what she knew about the Amish lifestyle prior to filming, how she approached playing this character, acting with her brother, Christian, and the possibility that this could turn into a TV show. She also talked about her desire to continue producing, balancing motherhood with work, doing a guest spot on Grey’s Anatomy, the chances that Scream 5 will ever happen, where she’d like her career to go next, and her thoughts on social media. Check out what she had to say after the jump.
Read the full interview here.
A friend of mine and also a Neve fan, Thiago, had this great find today and I just uploaded it to Youtube. Now you can watch it here on the site:
Nine year old Murray Murray (Dov Tiefenbach) is discovering his sexuality in the era of disco and leisure suits. He has a crush on sixteen year old Deidre (Neve Campbell), whose younger sister believes herself to be Murray’s girlfriend. He also must deal with, among other things, the noisome, nightly lovemaking of his swinger parents.
And the wait is over! Here is the trailer of “An Amish Murder”. The Lifetime movie will be aired on Sunday, January 6 at 9/8c. Looking forward to watching it!!!
In “An Amish Murder”, the peaceful Amish farming community of Painter’s Mill, Ohio, is shattered when a series of brutal murders leaves the town with a sense of frailty and loss of innocence. Among the most affected by the tragedy was Kate Burkholder (Campbell), a young girl who survived the terror and, as a result, left the Amish life behind. Fifteen years later, Kate returns to Painter’s Mill as its Chief of Police. Certain she’s come to terms with her past, Kate’s renewed life in her hometown is shattered when a murder investigation triggers deep-seated emotions from her childhood and exposes a dark secret that could destroy her.