I captured Brittany’s movie Dial a Prayer months ago but never added the captures to the gallery. Well, I’ve uploaded posters, stills, & captures of the movie to the gallery. Check out this movie soon if you haven’t already because Brittany is great in it! Previews and gallery links are below:
This looks very good and Brittany looks stunning!
William H. Macy and Brittany Snow’s drama Dial a Prayer has been acquired by Vertical Entertainment with plans for a spring 2015 release, the company announced on Saturday.
The deal was said to be made during a meeting at Sundance Film Festival. The film was written and directed by Maggie Kiley, with producers that include Jason Potash and Paul Finkel from Storyboard.
“What struck us from the beginning with this film is how it was able to pull us in so many different directions emotionally,” read a statement from Rich Goldberg, co-president at Vertical Entertainment.
“This wasn’t something we wanted to be a part of; it was something we had to be a part of and are extremely pleased that we are partnering on Dial a Prayer with a very creative team in Maggie, Jason and Paul,” continued Goldberg.
The film revolves around a woman (Snow) who answers phones at a prayer call center operated by a religious leader (Macy).
Macy and Snow were announced as cast members in Feb. 2014.
New movie news for Brittany:
Brittany Snow and William H. Macy are in talks to join indie Dial-a-Prayer, a drama that will shoot in Michigan in March.
The film follows a young woman named Cora (Snow) who is sentenced to community service working in a prayer request call center. She discovers a sense of accomplishment from the work until she finds out a boy she thinks she helped save is hiding a secret from her.
The project is produced by Jason Potash.
Snow’s recent projects include Pitch Perfect and horror pic Would You Rather. Repped by ICM Partners and Magnolia Entertainment, Snow is set to return for the sequel Pitch Perfect 2. Macy most recently made his directorial debut with Rudderless, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January. His upcoming projects include Walter and Stealing Cars. He’s repped by WME.
Additional summary of the film:
DIAL-A-PRAYER is the story of Cora McCarthy who has lost faith in her family, her work, the world at large and perhaps most importantly herself. Her hours logged at a call center for prayers amidst a slew of self-appointed healers is juxtaposed by her sterile home life with her shiny and structured mother. She soon finds herself at the center of a moral controversy when a stranger arrives intent on meeting his angel – Cora. A story of redemption, DIAL-A-PRAYER explores the large questions of destiny and fate vs faith. The film is set against a backdrop of prayer and to a soundtrack of organized religion as Cora and those she is surrounded by attempt to connect with something larger than themselves.