The Cowgirls ‘N Angels facebook page recently uploaded these two new stills of Jackson from the film.
- Cowgirls N’ Angels (2012) > Production Stills
Thanks to the official facebook page, 2 new stills of Jackson from Cowgirls N Angels have been added to the gallery.
- Cowgirls N’ Angels (2012) > Production Stills
Blu-Ray screencaptures of Jackson as Justin Wood in Cowgirls N’ Angels have been added to the gallery. Don’t forget to pick up your own copy of the film at Amazon or your local Walmart!
- Cowgirls N’ Angels (2012) > Blu-Ray Screencaptures
You can read about the fundraising details over at MyWestTexas. The article includes some interview snippets with Jackson. You can read what he had to say below.
Rathbone, 27, plays a cowboy named Justin Wood, who causes a rift within the group by trying to woo one of the girls.”It’s a fun character, and I’ve not been able to play a cowboy yet. I get to use my roots, so to speak,” he said.
The film also stars Academy Award nominee James Cromwell.
Rathbone said it’s hard to get a good family film and that when he found this script, he jumped at the chance to be a part of it.
He’s excited to be able to bring it to Midland where he knows there is a great sense of family and community.
“Midland’s my hometown. I’ve never really been able to bring a family film to Midland before,” Rathbone said.
He said his parents attended a screening at the Dallas Film Festival earlier this year and enjoyed it. He said one of the reasons he agreed to do the movie was because it spoke to him and his family’s values.
“I thought, ‘My folks are really going to love it,’ and I was right,” he said.
His dad, Jack, will give a short introduction before the movie that the younger Rathbone hopes Midlanders will enjoy.
“Midland has an amazing community,” he said. “When the whole community steps up, they really do amazing work. And since it ties in a little bit with the fundraiser, I think it’s quite beautiful.”
You can reserve your tickets for this screening here.
Presented by Sweethearts LLC
Cowgirls N Angels
Thursday, September 13, 7:30pm – 9:22pm
in Midland, TX at Hollywood Tall City 14 $10.00
The Event Program (total time: 1h 52m)
Jackson Rathbone will give a short introduction preceding the film!
Movie presentation of Cowgirls N Angels (title details)
Cowgirls N’ Angels is a heartwarming movie that tells the story of Ida, a feisty and rebellious young girl, who has dreams of finding her father, a rodeo rider. While searching for her dad, she connects with the Sweethearts of the Rodeo, a team of young female rodeo riders run by former rodeo star Terence Parker. Recognizing Ida’s innate talent for trick riding, Terence recruits her for their ranks. Accepted wholeheartedly by her new “family,” Ida finds a new passion that redefines her life, and may also help her find the father she’s been searching for.
Here’s movieguide’s CNA press junket interview with Jackson and Bailee Madison.
Jackson Rathbone and Bailee Madison talk about their new movie, Cowgirls N’ Angels
Screencaptures from the interview and the recent Young Hollywood interview have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
Amber Hayes’ first moviemaking experience got star-studded before she even made it to the set.
“When they picked me up from the airport to go to Stillwater, I didn’t even know anybody was in the back of the car.
“I’m just talking to the driver, and I said, ‘You know, I could’ve just had my family come pick me up’ … and she said, ‘Oh, it’s fine, I had to pick Jackson up.’ And I turn around and Jackson Rathbone’s sitting in the backseat. I was like, ‘Oh my gosh,’” Hayes said. “We talked most of the way to Stillwater. He’s a musician in a band, so we talked about that. That was neat.”
You’re sharing the spotlight together with Bailee Madison and James Cromwell in Cowgirls ’N Angels. But given your jam packed schedule with Twilight, 100 Monkeys and your other endeavors, how do you find the time to fit everything in?
[Bailee] is the real star! I like to keep myself busy. You know that old saying, “Idle hands are the Devil’s play.” But this script kind of floated my way through my manager. I read it and I fell in love with it. I was familiar with Bailee and her work, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, and other films that she’s done. She is just an incredible young actress. And then they told me James Cromwell was going to be in it. As a young actor, you’re like, “An old veteran that I look up to! Maybe I can try to learn something.” That’s what I try to do. I try to learn as much as possible. And I wanted do a family film so the stars kind of just aligned.
And you get to be with horses.
Which I do love. I grew up riding.
So why, a good ol’ Texas boy and playing a cowboy, don’t we get to see you doing some riding in this movie?
It’s not about me riding. It’s about these girls, the Sweethearts of the Rodeo, the trick riding. I can’t do trick riding. I can ride a horse. I can get on a horse. I don’t look like I don’t know what’s happening. [Launching into a hilarious cartoonish parody of laughter] “Oh, lookey here. I have no idea! What’s a horse?” This movie’s about the trick riding and family and this little girl Ida discovering who she is.
You’ve been consistently working in one of the biggest franchises in movie history – Twilight. Does that give you the freedom to choose and do smaller roles in films like Cowgirls ’N Angels?
I should say so. Definitely. It’s been an amazing experience. Anytime you do any project that people see [laughing], regardless of whether it’s a franchise, an indie film or a tv show, I think it’s a blessing. As an actor you need an audience. What Twilight brought me was an incredible fan base and incredible audience that just really love those films. And I grew to love the fans because without them, honestly, I’m nothing. They are everything. It’s an amazing experience.
Here is Jackson and Bailee’s interview with Young Hollywood to promote Cowgirls N’ Angels.
The happiest girl we know, Bailee Madison, returns to the Studio, along with her ‘Cowgirls n’ Angels’ co-star, Jackson Rathbone, who makes a very special record-tying appearance! the twosome talk about their countrified flick, including accents, stunts, and craft services. Find out how Jackson felt after the ‘Twilight’ series ended, and why Bailee spends so much time in the make-up trailer! Hosted by Nikki Novak.
Screencaptures from the interview will be provided shortly.