Pennsport Media announced today that their drama with a twist ANOTHER YOU, starring Ksenia Solo (BLACK SWAN) and Diego Boneta (Rock of Ages) began principal photography in Charleston, WV on Thursday, May 2 nd. It is written and directed by Chris Robert and produced by A.J Shah and Josh Foglio, who will also line produce. Other cast include Richard T. Jones (Super 8) Abbey Wathen (Adeline’s Last Message, The D Monster), and Nikita Kaminsky.
ANOTHER YOU focuses on the young and ambitious science major Sydney Jameson who finds love and refuses to let it go at all costs. What starts as an ordinary relationship with her boyfriend Marcus slowly becomes a fixation that takes Sydney into the darkest depths of despair. Driven by obsession, Sydney loses herself in a scientific break through, finding a way to use the theory of De Ja Vu to explore her past mistakes. How far would you go in the search for true love?
The producers have been working closely with the West Virginia Film Office over the past few months to secure locations in Foglio’s home State.
ANOTHER YOU is a Pennsport Media production, staring Ksenia Solo and Diego Boneta. Written and directed by Chris Robert (Associate Producer of The Big Wedding), it will be produced by A.J Shah and Josh Foglio (Amnesia) who will also line-produce. Other cast include Richard T. Jones, Abbey Wathen and Nikita Kaminsky. Other members of the creative team are director of photography Tyler Allison, editor Greg Gaskins, lst A.D. Daniel Sullivan, and casting director Danielle Aufiero.
Moskal said some TV pilots were being filmed in Chicago in April or recently completed filming, including an ABC show called “Doubt.”
“Two others that are currently shooting are ‘Betrayal’ and ‘Influence,’ and we also just finished production on ‘Sirens,’ that Denis Leary is an executive producer on,” he said.
The ongoing NBC show “Chicago Fire” is still shooting its first season in Chicago, and will be back for next season.
Even though a number of Chicago-based shows have been cancelled – including Fox’s “The Mob Doctor,” Starz network’s “Boss,” and MTV’s “Underemployed” – Moskal said Chicago continues to be a popular location for filming.
“It’s a gamble in terms of what’s gonna stick as a full-time series, and what’s gonna get pulled off the air,” he said. “The fact that we get repeat business from all these various networks – Fox, NBC, ABC – all of them keep bringing other projects back, which is a good indication for us.”
The award ceremony for GQ’s Men of the Year 2012 will take place Thursday, November 15th at the Santa Fe hotel in Mexico.The event will bring together personalities from film, culture, technology, fashion, and sports.
Diego will receive the award for ‘Actor of the Year.’
Diego Boneta, who played the lead role of Drew Boley in Rock of Ages, poses with The Remedy. Boneta’s sister, Natalia Gonzalaz, is a 9th-grader at Agoura High. His favorite food truck was Let’s Roll It.
Hungry locals sampled gourmet flavors to-go at Agoura High School’s 3rd annual Agoura Munch Madness on Sunday. The festival is a fundraiser which helps support the school’s International Baccalaureate program (IB).
The IB program is a five-year curriculum that offers a unique global perspective for Agoura High students, according to Principal Larry Misel. “The program is about offering a new perspective that engages students and helps instill a lifelong passion for learning,” he said.?
Staffed by volunteer students and faculty members, the event provides more than just mobile gourmet flavors. Activities like face painting, arts and crafts, contests, a raffle, electric car test-driving and live performances were offered throughout the day.
One act in particular rocked the campus—that of Rock Nation band, The Remedy. Kicking out ‘60s jams, the band, made up of four musicians, ages 11 and 12, drew the attention of Diego Boneta, star of the acclaimed rock musical Rock of Ages, who just happened to be perusing the line of four-wheeled fare.
“I was completely blown away by how much fun they were having on stage and how they communicated to the crowd,” said Boneta, who met with the youngsters afterward, half of whom attend Viewpoint School and the others, A.C. Stelle. Boneta was there to support Agoura High, where his sister Natalia Gonzalez attends the ninth grade.
The scheduled appearance of another celebrity—Disney’s Shake it Up star, Kenton Duty—is what drew others to the day’s event, like Agoura High freshman Samantha Johnson and her friend Shannon Fitzpatrick, an eighth grader at Red Creek Middle School.
“We’re holding out for Kenton,” said Shannon, after finishing what she referred to as “the best” nutella crepes from Ooh La La Crepes.
“I got extra nutella,” she smiled.
This is a translation of the article:
Diego Boneta feels proud of winning the 2012 ALMA Award for ‘Favorite Actor,” beating out Benicio del Toro & Andy Garcia. But his aspirations don’t end there. Now he dreams of an Oscar.
“I would like to be the first Mexican to win an Oscar, it would be a dream come true.I once told my mom that” he indicated enthusiastically to Agencia Mexico.
“I feel that to reach the moon, you have to shoot for the stars, and of course it’s a dream of mine, of course I would love to receive and Oscar and win a Grammy. That is what I am working for day to day.”
When recalling his moment of triumph of the Alma award he said that, “Never in my life did I think I would be winning an award, because they are the best actors, they have years of work and I’m just a 21 year old. That night was very special.”
In the music world, Boneta is preparing his third album.