Mystery Film – Key Pax Mon, 01 Aug 2022 19:14:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Mystery Film – Key Pax 32 32 A harrowing and disturbing mystery with no good answers Mon, 01 Aug 2022 16:00:00 +0000

“Five Days at Memorial” jumps back in time, first giving us interviews with several post-Katrina personnel. Who is interviewing them, and why, is kept somewhat of a mystery at first, for no good reason other than to pull the story a bit and provide some intrigue. From there we are dropped off at the hospital the night before the storm hits completely. We are introduced to several staff members, including the nun Dr. Anna Pou (Vera Farmiga), who is relatively new to the hospital and despised by many of her colleagues. There’s also Susan Mulderick (Cherry Jones), a director of nursing who also operates as the hospital’s incident commander. It’s her job to prepare the hospital, but it soon becomes clear that she hasn’t considered all eventualities. Worse: when she leafs through a large binder containing instructions for emergencies, she discovers that there are no plans in place to evacuate the hospital in the event of a flood.

As it happens, Memorial was actually home to two different hospitals – there was the main hospital, which was originally called Baptist. But upstairs, on the top floor, resided LifeCare, which provided long-term care for critically ill patients. While these two medical centers were located in the same building, their staff were completely separate and had almost no contact with each other. Sure enough, when things begin to gradually get worse, a disconnect begins to form between the two hospitals.

The first episode of the series does a solid job of establishing a rotating cast of characters as well as the various spaces of the hospital, and as the series unfolds actual Katrina news footage is cut to give us a broader scope of what is happening. The series increases the tension as the storm gets worse, but the first episode may be the quietest of the bunch, as what follows becomes progressively disastrous and so disturbing that it made me squirm, extremely badly. comfortable with what I was looking at. It’s not a complaint – it’s a disturbing story, after all, all the more disturbing for being based in reality. But “Five Days at Memorial” ultimately goes to such gruesome lengths that it begs the question: will anyone want to watch this? Or will it be too horrible to bear?

Indie thriller ‘You Can’t Stay Here’ wraps production in New York Sat, 30 Jul 2022 17:14:00 +0000

The Indie Thriller »You Can’t Stay Here,” featuring “Law & Order: Organized Crime” and “Scandal” alum Guillermo DIaz, production wrapped this month in New York.

“You can’t stay here” is loosely based on real events in New York in the 1990s and follows a photographer (Díaz), who witnesses the brutal murder of a gay man in Central Park. When the cops take little interest in the crime, a relationship develops between the photographer and the killer.

“I’ve been a fan of Guillermo since his first film and when he approached me to want to work on something together, I jumped at the chance and found with the story of ‘You Can’t Stay Here’,” said director Todd Verow, who produces through his Bangor Films. “It’s a film about queer cruising and searching love and real human relationships in the most unlikely places. While set in the 1990s, the film’s themes of homophobia, social hysteria and getting into a dangerous situation and the intolerant world resonate more than ever today.

DIaz, who will be seen in Universal Pictures’ upcoming comedy”Brothers“, is also one of the film’s producers alongside Verow, James Kleinmann and Christian DiPillo. The screenplay was written by Verow and his longtime collaborator James Derek Dwyer.

The cast also includes Becca Blackwell (“Marriage Story”), Justin Ivan Brown (“Farewell to the seventies), Vanessa Aspillaga (“Only murders in the building”), Marlene Forte (“StarTrek”), Jack Waters (“Jason and Shirley”), Karina Arroyave (“Orange is the new black”), Jordan Hall (“F***Ed in the head”) and Michael Vaccaro (“The Infinite Possibility of Heaven”).

The cast of Resort, creators of Peacock’s hottest mystery series Thu, 28 Jul 2022 19:00:20 +0000

Heaven is not always as pleasant as it seems. In the case of Peacock’s new series, The complex, paradise is the scene of an unsolved mystery. William Jackson Harper and Cristin Milioti play Noah and Emma, ​​a married couple celebrating their 10th anniversary at Oceana Vista Resort. Their marriage is at a standstill and they desperately need something to spice it up. Emma soon learns of two former guests, played by Skyler Gisondo and Nina Bloomgarden, who disappeared on the eve of a hurricane in 2007. Emma and Noah are in on the action as they try to solve the mystery , but soon learn that they’re not the only ones who want answers.

The complex is created by Andy Siara, who wrote the romantic comedy Time Loop, Palm Springs. Luis Gerardo Méndez, Gabriela Cartol and Nick Offerman complete the cast. In an interview with Digital Trends, Siara, Bloomgarden and Cartol spoke about the unique concept behind the show as well as the chemistry created between the cast while filming in Puerto Rico.

THE RESORT — Episode 101 (Photo by: Peacock)

Note: This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

Digital Trends: I wouldn’t say that solving a crime and exploring marriage go well together, but you manage to make it work. Did The complex start out as two separate ideas and then you put them together? What was the genesis behind this idea?

Andy Siara: About eight years ago, it was kind of an indie dramedy about a kid who goes down to a resort with his family. An earlier version of Sam. And then he strikes up this friendship with this older couple who are celebrating their 10th anniversary, trying to figure out what happened to their marriage. It’s an earlier version of Emma and Noah. This script was not very good. [laughing] So I put it away, never to see the light of day because it’s just not very good. But I could never completely stop it. So every year I would go back and take it apart, rebuild it and try to find a new way.

After several failed attempts, I realized that I was not only looking at the initial inspiration behind the script, but also the characters and where I was at the time of writing the script through a nostalgic lens. That’s when I split the characters on those timelines. Emma and Noah, in the present day, try to resolve what happened to Sam and Violet, but also what happened to their own relationship over the past 15 years. And inside of that, that’s when this mysterious component appeared to us. That’s what brought this other side to the show.

Sometimes, The complex deals with serious matters and matters, but other times it is all about jokes and romance. Did you find it difficult to balance seriousness with humor?

Siara: Oh yeah. It’s very hard, and sometimes it doesn’t work. Sometimes it’s like, “Maybe you went a little too far on that one.” I love this tonal line going from silly to sincere. Have one foot on the banana peel and the other in the grave. There were nights I said that all along Palm Springs. Laughter is how we go through life, [and] how we connect to people.

But also, sadness and tragedy are also our way of connecting with people. And so once we go back and forth between those two things, I feel like all genres can be stacked on top as long as we keep the tone consistent. But it’s still a tricky line. Like maybe we’ve gone a little too far in the silly, comedic references that happen, so let’s go the other way. But, we still want to stay away from heavy melodramas too.

Nina Bloomgarden and Nick Offerman sit and chat in a scene from The Resort.
THE RESORT — Episode 103 — (Photo by: Peacock)

Nina, was filming in Puerto Rico one of the attractions for this role? You can be honest with me because I don’t blame you if that was the case.

Nina Bloomgarden: Absolutely. After reading the script, knowing that you’re going to be somewhere tropical, that was great. [laughing]

In Puerto Rico, I guess you were all close. Did it help develop chemistry with the cast?

Gabriela Cartol: Of course, 100%. We’ve become a family, and that’s one of the things I’m grateful for. There’s no way to work that I can think of except with a family group. You can be there to tell the story, but also to hang out because on the weekends, we go out, laugh and have an amazing time. I think the chemistry went on screen.

When you read this script, what could you understand about Violet?

Flower garden: I bonded a lot with Violet. When this scenario came to me at my first audition a month ago, I lost my own father. I think it’s the script that’s coming [to me] and getting Violet, who is dealing with the loss of her mother, was really, really magical because I was able to grieve Violet and sort out some things. Yeah, I learned a lot about myself, and I learned a lot about other people and how they deal with grief because Violet deals with it in a different way than I do. By seeing this, you gain empathy for many others.

What about Luna made you want to play this role?

Cartol: Every bit. The fact that she goes back in time and moves forward. The fact that I can, as an actress, be able to play two people because she is one before and one after the hurricane. It was really attractive to me. Also, the plot, story, cast, creations, [and] the challenge of playing in English. It’s my first American show so I was in for it. I was like, “Yeah, I’m 100% Luna.” As soon as they told me I was going to be playing her, I was like, “Yeah, I’m Luna.”

Gabriela Cartol holding a drink on a hotel balcony in a scene from The Resort.
THE RESORT — Episode 101 — Pictured: Gabriela Cartol as Luna — (Photo by: Peacock)

You talked about it, but you basically play two characters. What were the challenges of playing Luna in two different timelines?

Cartol: I think it had to do with body language. Every time I went back in 2007, I felt free. I felt reckless. I felt like I had this energy to move forward all the time and out. But when it comes to 2022, I feel like I had to be a woman and I had to be more mature. All the things the years have sunk into.

Violet hilariously encounters Sam when he crashes into a tree. Right away, you have this great chemistry. What was it like sharing scenes with Skyler?

Flower garden: So good. I mean he’s like a master at what he does. He’s been doing it for a while. It’s my first big thing for film and TV, and so having Skyler as my stage partner was really, really awesome. We kind of met on the first day on set during the head injury when I’m in the hotel room doing all that stuff. It was our first day on set and it was just perfect. We had just met, and Sam and Violet had just met. They’re in an embarrassment, which puts me and Skyler in the same embarrassment. And so I think from there we organically made our scenes as straight as possible. It worked very well.

You also shared scenes with Nick Offerman. To me, he seems like the nicest, most down-to-earth guy. Is it true?

Flower garden: She’s a diva. [jokingly] No. He is truly the nicest person I have ever met. He has lived so many lives. He is so kind and kind to everyone, knows everyone’s name. I learned so much from him in life and in the game. Our chopsticks scene was improvised. He was really teaching me how to use chopsticks because he lived in Japan for a year.

Andy, you worked with Cristin on Palm Springs so you know how capable and talented she is as a performer. What about William made you think he would work well with Cristin?

Siara: Well, he and Cristin had worked together before. They were in a play together several years ago. I think they were playing a married couple who went through a divorce. But I remember Will being the first person Ben and I met. Ben Sinclair, director of the first four [episodes]had worked with Will on High maintenance before too. When we met Will, everything he said about the character on the show is like the best version of that character I could have ever even thought of on my own.

Once we were done I was inspired to dive back into the scripts and then start shaping it around it [Will]. That’s before he even jumps on board. But I think what he brought to it was to inject real life and lived experience into it. It was only part of the way, and he went the rest of the way, inspiring me to go further in scripting. Once we shoot, I feel like the scripts serve as a springboard for him. My favorite moments on the show were the little things, like the smallest subtle things, that he threw into it and then felt like a real lived experience rather than just someone playing a role.

Did you have a favorite scene to film?

Cartol: The dance scene. I was so excited [to it]. When I got this, I was like “Wow, that’s amazing.” She dresses up and she dances, and that was definitely one of the most amazing things about the show. My favorite scene in the series.

Flower garden: There is a couple. I think in episodes five and six there are two scenes where Skyler and I are dealing with different people, so that will be really fun. In episode five, we deal with Ben Sinclair. He was the director of the first four. So working with him on five was so much fun. I was looking forward to it from the start. When I found out he was cast, I was like, “Yeah.”

If you were to sell this show to someone who knows nothing about it, why should they watch The complex?

Cartol: I would say you have to watch it because we live in a time where we love uniqueness. This show is unique. You’ve never seen anything like this on TV, I can promise you that. And if not, you come back to me and say that I lied to you. [laughing]

The first three episodes of The complex airs July 28 on Peacock, with an episode premiering every Thursday after that.

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After making his debut as a screenwriter penning Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta Two-Handed Rules of Engagementbefore winning an Oscar for his Traffic screenplay, Stephen Gaghan chose to make his directorial debut on the gut-wrenching psychological thriller To abandon, which also bombed hard. Going back to what he knew best, the filmmaker combined elements from his first two songwriting gigs to make amends with Syriachis second feature film behind the camera.

The end result was a critical and commercial success, with the heavy political thriller nearly recouping its budget twice at the box office, as it garnered critical attention and earned Gaghan another Oscar nomination. Most of the applause went to star George Clooney, who earned the Best Supporting Actor trophy.

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It’s been 15 years since the movie came out, but the loose adaptation of Robert Baer’s memoir See no harm managed to plant an unexpected foot on the streaming charts. According to FlixPatrol, the intense and complex story of intertwining intrigue and surreptitious government behavior is fighting a winning battle within the ranks of iTunes.

The stacked cast features veteran CIA operative Clooney embroiled in an assassination plot that splits in many directions, with Jeffrey Wright’s attorney leading the merger and energy analyst from Matt Damon just two of the big names played in key roles, with the set also stacked up to string Chris Cooper, Christopher Plummer, William Hurt, Mark Strong and countless others to weave its intricate web of deception and machinations.

Exclusive! Tinu Pappachan’s film starring Kunnchako Boban, Antony Varghese is a big-budget content-driven thriller Sun, 24 Jul 2022 08:08:29 +0000

After Ajagajantharam, director Tinu Pappachan started working on his next director with Kunnchacko Boban, Antony Varghese and Arjun Ashokan in the lead. The thriller, scripted by Joy Mathew, aired on Saturday at Thalassery, Kannur.

On the difference between the current film and Tinu’s previous films Swathandhryam Ardharathriyil and Ajagajantharam, Arun says, “The previous two Tinu films were written by newbies, but Joy Mathew’s experience will add depth to the content of this film. The movie has an action vibe but it doesn’t have too many fight sequences like Ajagajantharam. It’s Tinu Pappachan’s version of a thriller like Nayattu.

The film has Jinto George as the cinematographer and Nishadh Yusuf as the editor. Sound designer Renganaath Raave and art director Gokul Das are also part of the team. “It’s a film where most of the budget is devoted to its technical aspects,” says Arun.

Meanwhile, the producer and Tinu were previously set to team up for a movie with Jayasurya in the lead. Ask him about the status of the movie and Arun tells us, “It’s a project that has a lot of overseas locations. We felt this film was better suited to be shot under the current pandemic circumstances. The Jayasurya film was not scrapped and was pushed back to next year.

KIN DREAD (2021) Psychological Thriller Reviews – Free to Watch Online Fri, 22 Jul 2022 17:41:26 +0000

Kin Dread is a 2021 psychological thriller about a young sound designer with retrograde amnesia who uncovers a series of murders in his apartment building but when the carnage triggers memories of his mysterious past, he rushes to stop the killer before losing those he he likes the most.

Directed, co-produced and edited by Adrian Leon from a screenplay co-written with Steven Clayton. Also produced by Erik Gloege. Executive produced by David Henningsen, Amy Meyer-Terry and Curtis Terry.


The production of Nemesis stars Ethan Smart, Patrick Cupo, Elinor Gunn, Kevin Owyang, Corinna Jones/Harney, Isaiah Dell, Kellie Christensen and Curtis David.


Kin Dread might owe to some of the great thrillers of yesteryear, but that shouldn’t be considered a flaw. Leon takes what works in these classic films and uses them to create something original and engaging. The plot is tightly wound and the impressive cast keeps the mystery going for as long as possible. 9.5/10, Movie Threat


“The climax features a really unexpected twist, but I’m not sure Kin Dread is built clearly enough for this ultimate payoff to be as impactful as it could have been. However, it will probably make you want to go back and review and Kin Dread remains interesting; at no point did it feel like it was dragging, making it an overall very pleasant experience.” Out of the spotlight


Full movie – free to watch online on YouTube:

Cast and characters:
Ethan Smart … Winters
Patrick Cupo … Alan
Elinor Gunn … Jane
Kevin Owyang … Leonard
Corinna Jones/Harney … Marie
Isaiah Dell…Young Winters
Kellie Christensen … Nurse Briggs
Curtis David … Shawn
Paris Dunbar/Anderson … Carys
Tori Ellis … Young Jane
Michael Gloeckner … Barry
Coy Higley…Winters’ father
Emperor Kaioyus … Alex
Yeika Perez … Rebecca
Anthony Ramos … Gordon
Ring Béatrice … Iris
Kelsey Risher … Beard
Chuck Rounds… Dr. Bill Hayworth
Scott Shepherd … Officer Shrag
Kelsey Sissons … Rosie
Caitlin Terry … Anne
J Vanburen … Marthe
Colin Ward…Harris
David Wilson … Jimmy

Filming locations :
Boulder City, Nevada

Technical details:
1 hour 34 minutes
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1

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Spy thriller part of a series of films shot inside Kingston Penitentiary – Kingston Thu, 21 Jul 2022 00:51:46 +0000

Kingston Penitentiary is a movie set again. It was used for a number of movie shoots including Reacher and Alias ​​Grace. Currently, a spy thriller called Angel Three is being filmed within the walls of the old prison.

The main character Sophie is an agent operating in East Berlin in the 1980s.

“She helps people go from east to west,” said the film’s producer, Laurence Gendron. “Then something happens and then she has to help a special case that will upset everyone in her.”

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The film uses one of the penitentiary’s cells for some flashback scenes, but the majority of the film takes place in a one-room setting built inside the prison.

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Director Anita Doron says the creative cinematography and lighting along with a good script set the film’s pace and mood.

“Some of our shots are incredibly complex, the timing with the game, the scenes are five minutes long, light travel, stepping up the phones, there’s a lot going on,” Doron said.

Alex Jansen of the Kingston Film Office says that unlike many past productions in the Limestone City, Angel Three is filmed entirely in Kingston.

“Instead of big studio productions that come in and shoot, we’re now doing a whole slew of productions that shoot entirely in Kingston,” Jansen said.

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The municipality’s focus on growing the film economy has led to a growing pool of workers and businesses capable of meeting the needs of the television and film industry.

“80% of the team is local to Kingston, all kinds of partnerships ranging from Improbable Escapes to set design, to Corcan to partial construction, i.e. the offender release program by through Correctional Services Canada,” Jansen said.

Jansen says Angel Three is the second production this year to be filmed entirely in Kingston and more are planned.

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“In September we have a locally produced sci-fi feature that is shooting entirely in the region and in October we have a horror movie and I think there will be even more,” Jansen told Global. Kingston.

Angel Three is slated for 12 days of filming, and the shows producer expects the film to begin appearing on the festival circuit in the summer or fall of 2023.

Kevin Smith Teases Brand New Mystery Movie With Script Page Image Mon, 18 Jul 2022 18:43:00 +0000

Clerks 3 writer-director Kevin Smith has teased a brand new film with an image of the first page of the script, revealing an 80s period setting.

Director Kevin Smith recently teased a brand new mystery film with an image of the first page of the script. Smith burst into Hollywood with the small black and white independent film Clerks. Shot locally in New Jersey, Clerks cost very little to make but ended up being a critical and box office success, kickstarting his career as a filmmaker. However, the writer-director found the path wasn’t as easy as he’d hoped, as each film he made brought its own set of challenges.

Smith followed Clerks with Mallratsa cult classic today but a box office failure in 1995. Fortunately, his next film, Chasing Amy, resonated with audiences and critics alike and firmly cemented Smith as a Hollywood director. His later work oscillated between varying levels of success, but Smith had cultivated a legion of die-hard fans along the way. Although reception was mixed with the director’s brief shift to the thriller genre with the film red state and Smith flirting with the idea of ​​retirement, her new movie tease has shown she still has a few ideas left.


Related: Kevin Smith Needs To Complete His True North Trilogy Instead Of More Clerks

Now, Black-smith shared an image from his latest script for an unannounced new movie. The screenshot shows the bottom part of the title page, indicating the completion date of the first project on July 17, 2022. The image also includes the first half of the first page, which defines the location and partially introduces a character in the mysterious film. Check out what Smith shared below.

Click here to see the original post on Twitter.

Although Smith didn’t provide any additional details explaining what the story is about, the first page offered clues as to what the movie might ultimately entail. Like most of Smith’s films, the story is set in New Jersey, his home state. However, the most telling piece of information is that the first location in the storyline is a modest house at 21 Jackson Street in the seaside town of Highlands, New Jersey. This address is the same as Smith’s childhood home in New Jersey.

The revelation that the film begins with Smith’s former home in New Jersey, coupled with the first line of the action description that sets the film’s year to 1986, implies that the director’s new script could present a story personal about himself. With Smith just 16 in 1986 and still living in the Highlands, the film could be a biopic detailing a defining moment in his life. However, the script will probably not cover the production of his first film, Clerks, like the next Clerk III is a meta narrative of his leap into film with Randal Graves (Jeff Anderson) playing the role of Clerks‘ author. The new script could also be the movie Moose jaws, the final film in the True North horror-comedy trilogy (Tusk and Yoga Hosers). In the absence of other information from Kevin Black-smith himself, audiences can only speculate what his new story will be.

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Everything we know so far about the thriller remake Sat, 16 Jul 2022 02:03:00 +0000

According to this story from Collider (which contains a first image of the cast), the vacationers in question are not a husband, wife and child in the new film. This version of “The River Wild” will have a brother and sister, and their childhood friend who go on a journey together. However, once they start traveling, they realize “that their childhood friend is more dangerous than it seems”. Glenn Ross, General Manager and Executive Vice President of Universal 1440 Entertainment, said of the film:

‘We are delighted to announce some exciting news’The wild river story,” featuring new characters and a story that brings the universe to new audiences and fans of the original. The production features a talented cast, and we think moviegoers will be thrilled with director Ben Ketai’s modern take on the popular classic film.”

I like the idea of ​​the “modern take” making the dangerous person in the group someone the characters know. It would be hard to imagine vacationers simply trusting a group of strangers they encounter in the desert in 2022. It’s been a very long time since I’ve seen the original, but I remember thinking that it was strange even when a couple with a young child in tow would just agree to take random men – whose friend left because of a “fight” – on their family vacation, whatever whatever the circumstances.

‘You are SO NOT invited to my Bat Mitzvah!’ Adam Sandler film in the works – Deadline Wed, 13 Jul 2022 19:00:00 +0000

Netflix started production on You are NOT invited to my Bat Mitzvah!, a new YA comedy from Happy Maddison & Alloy Entertainment. Adam Sandler (Hustle), Tony winner Idina Menzel (Uncut Gems) and SNL Cast member Sarah Sherman is part of the sprawling ensemble in the picture, which also includes Sunny Sandler (Hustle), Sadie Sandler (hubie halloween), Luis Guzman (boogie nights), Ido Mosseri (Sandy Wexler), Samantha Lorraine (The Walking Dead: World Beyond), Dylan Hoffman (Next), Dean Scott Vazquez (theater camp), Miya Cech (Always be my maybe), Ivory Baker, Dylan Dash (Adeline, the great), Millie Thorpe (Ultra violet and black scorpion), Zaara Kuttemperoor and Jackie Sandler (The bad miss).

The film from director Sammi Cohen, who recently helmed the Hulu romantic comedy To crush– is based on the Alloy Entertainment novel of the same name by Fiona Rosenbloom, in which a girl’s bat mitzvah plans play out comically and threaten to ruin one of most important events of his young life. work itAlison Peck adapted the screenplay. Adam Sandler and Tim Herlihy are producing the film for Happy Madison, with Leslie Morgenstein and Elysa Koplovitz Dutton for Alloy Entertainment. Barry Bernardi, Judit Maull and Kevin Grady are executive producers for Happy Madison.

You are not invited is the latest project to come out of Netflix’s partnership with Sandler and his Happy Madison, which was extended via a four-picture deal in 2020. Sandler’s company signed its original contract with Netflix in 2014 and has so far produced films for society like Sandy Wexler, Murder Mystery, Do it again, The week of, hubie halloween, The Ridiculous Six and the release recently Hustleas well as the comedy special 100% freshh.

Menzel is represented by CAA, One Entertainment and Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo; Sherman by UTA and Rise Management; Sunny and Sadie Sandler by WME; Guzman de Gersh and Gravesend Entertainment; Mosseri by ADD Agency in Israel and Shushu Entertainment; Lorraine by Stellar Talent in Florida and Velocity Entertainment; Hoffman by The Rock Talent Agency in Illinois, Luber Roklin Entertainment and Illinois’ Management By Morgan; Vazquez by Innovative Artists and TMT Entertainment Group; Cech by Paradigm, Randy James Management and attorney Lev Ginsburg; Dash by Pantheon; Thorpe by Coast to Coast Talent Group; Jackie Sandler by WME; Adam Sandler by WME and Brillstein Entertainment Partners; Cohen by UTA, Entertainment 360 and Jackoway Tyerman; and Peck by CAA, Quattro Media and Myman Greenspan Fox.