Before she was Elle Woods, June Carter or a concern of the Atlanta PD, she broke out as Vanessa Lutz. 

Reese Witherspoon proved herself - as the foil to Bob Wolverton (Kiefer Sutherland) - in cult classic Freeway back in 1996. And MUSE was there… helping to produce this twisted tale (based loosely on the story of “Little Red Riding Hood”). If you haven’t seen it you might want to check it out. Reese’s character shifts from a sweet victim to justifiably savage, and it is mesmerizing. 

Before she was Elle Woods, June Carter or a concern of the Atlanta PD, she broke out as Vanessa Lutz. 

Reese Witherspoon proved herself - as the foil to Bob Wolverton (Kiefer Sutherland) - in cult classic Freeway back in 1996. And MUSE was there… helping to produce this twisted tale (based loosely on the story of “Little Red Riding Hood”). If you haven’t seen it you might want to check it out. Reese’s character shifts from a sweet victim to justifiably savage, and it is mesmerizing. 

A flashback pic of Paz De La Huerta & Sasha Grey in 2012. The super babes are slated to appear in Will De Los Santos' (Spun) next film Tranzloco

On the set of American Psycho with method actor Christian Bale. 

SPRING BREAKERS NEWS?
Apparently, this is what spring break looks like in Tampa Bay. 
But will the city have the beneficial addition of James Franco, Harmony Korine, Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez this year? The Tampa Bay Times is saying so.
And this is what we told them: 
'Associate producer Jonathan Fong would only confirm Monday that Spring Breakers will be filmed in Florida, awaiting permission from Muse Productions to release further information.
 
"That’s all I have license to say," Fong said from Los Angeles by telephone. "We actually want to say as little as possible, because of the high-profile talent involved."’

SPRING BREAKERS NEWS?

Apparently, this is what spring break looks like in Tampa Bay

But will the city have the beneficial addition of James Franco, Harmony Korine, Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez this year? The Tampa Bay Times is saying so.

And this is what we told them: 

'Associate producer Jonathan Fong would only confirm Monday that Spring Breakers will be filmed in Florida, awaiting permission from Muse Productions to release further information.

"That’s all I have license to say," Fong said from Los Angeles by telephone. "We actually want to say as little as possible, because of the high-profile talent involved."’

Roberta and Chris Hanley of MUSE Films from a May 24, 2011 article in the New York Times Magazine.

"Remember the scene in “American Psycho” where Christian Bale dissected the greatness of Huey Lewis and the News as he bludgeoned his pal to death to the song “Hip to Be Square”? What about the picture of Christina Ricci, as the willing victim, perched on the lap of Vincent Gallo, playing the degenerate kidnapper you could empathize with in “Buffalo 66″? These indelible indie film moments and more were largely brought to you by Chris and Roberta Hanley of MUSE Films.
For 20 years, the Hanleys have optioned books, commissioned screenplays, and enlisted directors and other talent based on their skill rather than their bankability. “The Virgin Suicides,” Sofia Coppola’s directorial debut, was a MUSE project. So was “Freeway,”Matthew Bright’s 1996 film starring a then-aspiring young actress named Reese Witherspoon.
While their professional base is a Frank Gehry-designed house in Venice, Calif., this international couple often divide their time between homes in Kenya and England. This week, the Hanleys are at the Cannes Film Festival (having just arrived from location in Vienna) in support of several new projects, the highly anticipated Fernando Meirellesfilm, “360,” among them.”
Check out the full Q&A on the NYT website. 

Roberta and Chris Hanley of MUSE Films from a May 24, 2011 article in the New York Times Magazine.

"Remember the scene in “American Psycho” where Christian Bale dissected the greatness of Huey Lewis and the News as he bludgeoned his pal to death to the song “Hip to Be Square”? What about the picture of Christina Ricci, as the willing victim, perched on the lap of Vincent Gallo, playing the degenerate kidnapper you could empathize with in “Buffalo 66″? These indelible indie film moments and more were largely brought to you by Chris and Roberta Hanley of MUSE Films.

For 20 years, the Hanleys have optioned books, commissioned screenplays, and enlisted directors and other talent based on their skill rather than their bankability. “The Virgin Suicides,” Sofia Coppola’s directorial debut, was a MUSE project. So was “Freeway,”Matthew Bright’s 1996 film starring a then-aspiring young actress named Reese Witherspoon.

While their professional base is a Frank Gehry-designed house in Venice, Calif., this international couple often divide their time between homes in Kenya and England. This week, the Hanleys are at the Cannes Film Festival (having just arrived from location in Vienna) in support of several new projects, the highly anticipated Fernando Meirellesfilm, “360,” among them.”

Check out the full Q&A on the NYT website.