Awesome news – Brother’s Keeper has a release date in theaters of March 27th in some cities – see the locations HERE




“The Man in the Killer Suit” — When all the ingredients for a sensational, scandalous murder investigation are combined — a fairytale romance gone wrong, a jealous mentor and lover, an anxious, wealthy father of the beautiful fiancée – does love really conquer all? An engaged British aristocrat turns up dead in Central Park, and his identity is called into question, as well as who killed him. The trail leads Henry and Jo through one of New York’s top luxury department stores and from working class to upper crust New York society. Henry remembers back to 1957 when, once again, he and his family had to pack up and move to protect his secret. Coincidentally, Abe crosses paths with the woman who he memorably shared his first kiss with as a youngster, on “Forever,” WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. (Rebroadcast. OAD: 12/2/14)

“Forever” stars Ioan Gruffudd as Henry, Judd Hirsch as Abe, Alana De La Garza as Detective Jo Martinez, Lorraine Toussaint as Lt. Joanne Reece, Donnie Keshawarz as Detective Hanson and Joel David Moore as Lucas.

Guest starring are Mackenzie Mauzy as Abigail Morgan, Katie Paxton as Emily Sontag, Gary Basaraba as Norman Sontag, Laura Fraser as Patricia Bedard and Blair Brown as Fawn Mahoney Ames.

Movie-musical Into the Woods fell just short of Unbroken, opening in third place with $31 million. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomband Annie each dropped two spots, to Nos. 4 and 5 with $20.6 million and $16.6 million, respectively.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 also slipped, falling to No. 6 with $10 million in its sixth week in theaters. The Gambler opened in seventh place with $9.3 million.
After opening wide, The Imitation Game pulled into the Top 10, landing at No. 8 with $7.9 million. Rounding out the Top 10 were Exodus: Gods and Kings (No. 9, $6.7 million) and Wild (No. 10, $5.4 million).


If your Into the Woods characters were in Toronto, where would you do your scenes?

BM: CN Tower! Boom baby, it’s right there, it’s so high. There’s also the Ontario College of Art. That would be cool.

If you could swap roles with anyone in the film, who would you play?

MM: Jack (Daniel Huttlestone). I think it’s such a fun role. I like giants in the sky and he’s such a passionate character and there’s a great arc to his story.

BM: I guess the Baker (James Corden) because he overcomes such a huge obstacle of breaking the chain of his father’s choices and to have the courage to become the father he needs to be and wants to be.

Both of you are teamed onscreen with big stars. What was it like working with Chris Pine (Cinderella’s Prince, brother of Rapunzel’s Prince) and Meryl Streep (the Witch, who takes Rapunzel and raises her as her daughter)?

BM: I can say I have a friend now (in Pine). He’s generous, a smart actor and just a good friend now. I really think he’s wonderful.

MM: Amazing. (Streep) gives you so much in a scene and you receive it and give something back as a product of that and something new is created … and she’s a wonderful human being. Very aware of the effect she has on a room and does everything she can to make you feel comfortable. She’s a wonderful woman: mother, friend, actress, leader, she really brought this cast together.

You both come from daytime dramas. (Magnussen on As The World Turns and Mauzy on Guiding Light, and The Bold and the Beautiful). Who from Into the Woods would you like to see on a soap?

BM: The Witch is the aunt that comes in and says: “I slept with your brother!” I have to say soaps were the hardest thing I’ve ever done. It’s like boot camp for acting.

MM: I think Chris Pine’s Prince is such a daytime drama hunk character.

Do you believe in happily ever after?

BM: I realized at least for Rapunzel’s Prince, you’re not Prince Charming but you can be right for someone. You’re not prefect.

MM: Happily ever after has this thing attached to it that implies things have to be perfect and that’s the misconception. I do believe in long-term relationships that can be really beautiful that doesn’t mean there isn’t gong to be a struggle along the way. There is a level of it that requires work, not just a relationship but happily ever after in a job or whatever that means to you. I think that’s what Into the Woods addresses: these people getting what they wanted and then having to deal with the consequences.


FOREVER: The Art of Murder

Award-winning Broadway Actress Kathleen Chalfant Guest Stars as Gloria Carlyle

“The Art of Murder” – The death of Gloria Carlyle, the elegant, seemingly ruthless matriarch of one of New York’s wealthiest and oldest families, brings a world of hurt down on her family. After Gloria is found dead at a Metropolitan Museum of Art gala celebration of her philanthropy, Henry runs through a variety of suspects and motives but is pulled from the case when the family demands faster answers. Abe assists Henry and Jo entering the family’s estate sale for important clues through his antique connections. Meanwhile, Henry is tormented by the haunting and melancholy memories that this particular art museum holds for him when it comes to the love of his life, Abigail, and their ironic personal history with Gloria. It all calls into question, what would you do for love? On “Forever,” TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (Rebroadcast. OAD: 10/7/14)

“Forever” stars Ioan Gruffudd as Henry, Judd Hirsch as Abe, Alana De La Garza as Detective Jo Martinez, Lorraine Toussaint as Lt. Joanne Reece, Donnie Keshawarz as Detective Hanson and Joel David Moore as Lucas.

Guest starring are Kathleen Chalfant as Gloria Carlyle, Mackenzie Mauzy as Abigail, Rufus Collins as museum director, Michael Oberholtzer as Lance Sharp, Sonya Harum as Sofia Carlyle and Jack Gilpin as Conrad Carlyle.

“The Art of Murder” is written by Chris Fedak and directed by Jace Alexander.

Some big updates to the Something More – MacKenzie Mauzy Fansite from the Into The Woods World Premiere.

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Mauzy said of Rapunzel, “This version of Rapunzel really has to find her voice. You have the traditional story but there’s this other side of the story that she has live with the consequences. She has to find her strength and what she believes in. There’s a nuance in the Sondheim version of Rapunzel that’s fun to play.”

Comparing theatre and film, Mauzy shared, “I think they’re both challenging. Theater is live and you’re dealing with those consequences. Film has its own challenges in that its so intimate. You have to pretend no one is there watching you. They’re so different I think they both have their challenges in each medium.”

MacKenzie and some of the Into the Woods is chatting on Facebook tomorrow at 3pm EST – check it out HERE