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Finally! The Vampire Diaries is back tonight and brand new. Episode 2.10 “The Sacrifice” and next week’s “By The Light Of The Moon” focus a bit more on the werewolf transformation that Tyler endures.
JEREMY MAKES A DANGEROUS MISTAKE — Elena (Nina Dobrev) decides to take matters into her own hands and offers a tempting incentive to Rose (guest star Lauren Cohan) for her help. When things take an unexpected turn, however, Rose calls on Damon (Ian Somerhalder) to deal with the plan Elena has set in motion. Jeremy’s (Steven R. McQueen) reckless attempt to help Bonnie (Katerina Graham) retrieve the moonstone lands him in a life-threatening position and forces Stefan (Paul Wesley) to put himself in danger. Bonnie and Luka (guest star Bryton James) form a closer connection. Tyler (Michael Trevino) shows Caroline (Candice Accola) the Lockwood cellar, where she makes a discovery that leaves them both terrified. Sara Canning, Zach Roerig and Matt Davis also star.
Catch the epi tonight, Thursday December 2nd at 8PM on The CW.
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Rupert Grint’s film Cherrybomb is having a hard time finding distribution and a petition has been started to get the movie released into theaters. While the flick has been shown to some movie festival audiences and won praise, it is still languishing without a company willing to finance it’s theatrical distribution. The petition has approximately 10,000 signatures with over 4,800 coming from the United States.
To: Distributers To American Film Distributors
We, the undersigned, urge you to distribute the film Cherrybomb in the United States. We present you with signatures from people all over the country who want this film in their local theaters. We come together as fans of Rupert Grint, of independent cinema and, most of all, of Cherrybomb.
Rupert Grint, star of the Harry Potter films, plays the lead role in Cherrybomb. However, it is not solely Harry Potter fans who are interested in this film. Many websites that publish features on Cherrybomb are saturated with comments from movie-goers who are eager to see the film. The trailer has captured the attention of both teenagers as well as adults. Critics are noticing that Rupert Grint completely shakes off his trademark Ron Weasley persona from the Harry Potter movies. Industry professionals are hailing the great performances by the leading actors, as well as the skillful and impressive direction of the film.
Cherrybomb’s focus is a quest for a new identity, seen through the eyes of a rampant teenage culture. The film is visually beautiful and fast paced, with an award-nominated soundtrack, offering a complete cinematic experience. Distributors like yourself should not be surprised to learn that audiences in America are hungry to see Cherrybomb in their local theaters and movie houses. We will support your efforts to bring this film to its audience.
Interested in showing your support? Here’s how you go about it…
Second: Click here and choose your (closest) country of origin and read the statement, then click the submit button to send your email of support.
Not convinced? Check out the trailer below
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