Zane is celebrating his 30th birthday today, and we would like to wish him a very happy birthday! We wish you another year full of blessings and happiness. Have a great day!
Zane Holtz and Tammy Blanchard are starring in The Awakening, a supernatural thriller that just wrapped shooting in Sullivan County, N.Y.
Adrian Grenier’s Reckless Productions, in association with NewAley Pictures, is behind the movie, which was written and directed by Jason Noto, making his feature directorial debut.
Holtz is starring as a soldier who returns from active duty in Syria after his wife is killed in a car crash. He is reunited with his 5-year-old son, who survived the crash but is left with post-traumatic stress disorder. The child begins to display supernatural knowledge of a young woman’s disappearance that creates tension between the father and a small-town local gangster.
Chance Kelly and Azhy Robertson also topline the thriller.
Reckless’ Robin Garvick, along with Erik Weigel and Michael Goodin, produced the movie. Grenier executive produced along with Becky Newhall.
Source: Hollywood Reporter
Zane had a small appearance as the character, Barfbag, in the 2003 film, Holes, which also starred Shia LaBeouf and Sigourney Weaver. I have added high-resolution screencaps into the gallery, and I shared a clip over on Twitter.
From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series showrunner, Carlos Coto, discusses Queen Amaru and how our heroes have come full circle.
Let’s keep our fingers crossed we still get a fourth season!
El Rey Network has released the cast of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series ahead of tomorrow’s (Nov. 5) Season 3 finale. I hear the options on the actors were up before the network was ready to make a decision on the future of the series, a reimagining of Robert Rodriguez’s 1996 movie for Miramax. With Rodriguez, the driving creative force behind the series, busy directing feature Alita: Battle Angel for Fox, I hear El Rey, which Rodriguez launched with Univision in 2013, may not make a final call on the show’s future until early 2017.
I hear that El Rey is still in discussions with the series’ lead producer Miramax about a potential new From Dusk Till Dawn installment. I hear it could take a different form, like a limited series or miniseries, which would explain the decision to let the actors’ options lapse. (I hear the idea is, if a new installment of the series goes forward, to do it with the same actors.)