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Additional casting details unveiled for Cartel thriller 'California Dreaming'

New casting details have been released for the upcoming feature thriller California Dreaming.

Louis Mandylor (My Big Fat Greek Wedding 1-2/ Code Of Honor), Johnathan Goldstein (Drake & Josh) and Noel Gugliemi (The Fast and the Furious/ Training Day) have been added to the cast.

About California Dreaming

From the newly formed Jaguar Motion Pictures, "California Dreaming" is an upcoming feature length action-filled crime thriller projected to release in early 2017.

Directed by Brandon Slagle (House of Manson) and written by Robert Thompson. Newcomer Bronwyn Carrie-Wilson stars alongside scream queen Devanny Pinn (The Black Dahlia Haunting) with Jacqui Holland (Limelight), Eric Etebari (2 Fast 2 Furious/ The Lincoln Lawyer) Jose Rosete (Inferno By Dante), Victor Boneva (The Bridge/ Constantine), Sarah French, Michelle Romano, Kevin Caliber (Supergirl) and Telenovela starlet Adriana Fonseca (Corazon Valiente) are among those cast thus far with fight choreography by Black Belt Magazine contributor Jason McNeil.

Produced by Alexis Iacono, Donna Kopp and John Kopp,
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Eric Roberts is Dante in Dante's Inferno Documented

Italian director Boris Acosta wants us to know that Dante's Inferno Documented is not a documentary. However, it is also not your standard feature film. It is a "four-quadrant" film presented as "a visual and narrative journey told by over 30 scholars and artists from Italy and the United States"... which I think means it's people talking over artwork.

It features actor Eric Roberts (Expendables, Best of the Best... that Killers video) as the famous Dante who journeys into hell, Jeff Conaway, Monsignor Marco Frisina from The Vatican and Italian Legend Arnoldo Foà, among many others.

According to Acosta, "the main purpose of this documentary is to present Dante's story in an easy and understandable way to encourage people to read The Divine Comedy. The production will give 10% of its revenue to charity to promote The Divine Comedy throughout the world.

Dante's Inferno Documented is expected to premiere in Europe and
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