Check out these two photos the chef of El Cielo recently posted of himself and Jackson via twitter.
– Candids > 2013 > May 28, 2013 – At Elcielo Restaurant
Thanks so much to Laura for allowing us to post her picture here on JRO! Check out her photo with Jackson in the gallery.
Diego Boneta, who starred opposite Tom Cruise in Rock of Ages, and Jackson Rathbone of Twilight Saga fame have signed on to star in the thriller The Dead Men.
Dead Men is the debut feature of Kirk Sullivan, who recently left his job as Joel Silver’s assistant to pursue his dream of being a director. Production began this week in Columbia.
Brad Furman is producing with Contento Films while Aaron Ginsberg exec produces.
The script, by Andrew Poston, centers on an American running from his past who is brought into a group of young underground radicals called The Dead Men, only to discover a centuries-old spiritual battle.
Boneta, who hails from Mexico, did stints on Pretty Little Liars and 90210 before landing the plum starring role of the aspiring musician in the big-screen version of the hit musical Rock of Ages. The actor, who is repped by Gersh and Hansen Jacobson, also starred in MTV’s Underemployed.
Rathbone played vampire Jasper Hale in the Twilight movies and also starred in the McG-produced digital short series Aim High. He is repped by Paradigm and Cutler Management.
The first wave of Teen Choice Awards nominations were revealed yesterday, and Breaking Dawn – Part 2 scored a few nominations.
Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
“Iron Man 3″
“Oz the Great and Powerful”
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2″
Choice Movie: Romance
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2″
Kristen, Rob and Taylor were also nominated in the Choice Movie Actor: Romance, Choice Movie Actress: Romance, Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy and Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy categories.
Encore has acquired international in-flight rights of “Live At The Foxes Den”.
“Live At The Foxes Den” is a musical romantic-drama about a promising young lawyer, Bobby Kelly (Jackson Rathbone – Twilight Trilogy), who becomes torn, continue his corporate career or pursue a dream as a singer at The Foxes Den, a once-cool jazz lounge forgotten in time. The film marks the directorial debut of Michael Kristoff; co-written with Jack Holmes; and co-stars, Elliott Gould (Ocean’s Eleven), Bob Gunton (Argo) and Jocelin Donahue. The film features classic songs from Frank Sinatra, Jack Jones and more, performed by the actors, and original music penned by, star and co-writer, Jack Holmes.
“Live At The Foxes Den” is a perfect title for our world airline travels, we’re excited to have found such a gem of a film,” Jovita Toh, CEO, Encore Inflight Limited.
Looks like Jackson is working on a new film! In his latest tweet, he mentions heading down to Medellin, Colombia to film The Dead Men (which is also stars Diego Boneta). Here’s a few details about the film:
Well, Kirk Sullivan is in Colombia prepping his feature directing debut on the tentatively titled The Dead Men, a thriller about an American traveling in Colombia who becomes involved with a group that lives in an abandoned hospital with a haunted past. (x)
Andrew Poston’s spec script ‘The Dead Men’ has been acquired by Contento Film. The thriller follows an American in Colombia who becomes involved with a group that lives in an abandoned hospital with a troubled past. Kirk Sullivan is attached as director and Brad Furman and Aaron Ginsburg are on to produce. (x)
You can follow the director Kirk Sullivan’s twitter here.
Last month, Jackson also attended the Long Beach Grand Prix Charity Ball. 3 photos from the event have been added to the gallery. Enjoy! ETA: Few more added, thanks to LutzBonePatStew.
– Appearances > 2013 > Long Beach Grand Prix Charity Ball
A few more additional photos of Jackson at the TPCR Qualifying Day have been added to the gallery.
Since it’s been pretty quiet on the Jackson front lately, here’s Devon Bostick’s Vine Video of himself and Jackson at the Los Angeles Kings playoff game from a few days ago.
While Jackson didn’t win yesterday’s race it looked like he still had a great time! Photos from the race/event have been added to the gallery including some adorable shots of him and baby Roe. Enjoy!
– Appearances > 2013 > 37th Annual Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race – Race Day
These celebrities aren’t pretending and this is not make believe. This is 10 laps of 1.97 miles each at 100-mile-per-hour plus speeds. It’s fast, and things can go wrong. And while it’s all done for charity and in good fun, a competitive mood fills the air in the People Magazine celebrity paddock where the drivers gather before getting in their fancy 210 HP Scion FR-S cars and ripping up the streets.
Rutlledge Wood, from TV’s Top Gear USA, won the pole position on Friday, April 19th as his lap time of 1:45.505 proved the fastest of a lineup that includes Mark Steines (Hallmark Channel’s Home and Family); actor Michael Trucco; Brett Davern from MTV; Medal of Honor Winner Dakota Meyer; actor Jeremy Sisto; comic Wanda Sykes; Olympic Gold Medalist Jessica Hardy; actress Jenna Elfman; Twilight movie star Jackson Rathbone and Latina star Kate De Castillo.
Wood’s Charity, a camp for special needs kids Victory Junction started by Kyle and Pattie Petty in honor of their son Adam, received a check from People Magazine for $15,000 for his fastest lap win.
People Magazine has had an ongoing commitment to the Miller’s Children Hospital of Long Beach CHOC, Children’s Hospital of Orange County.
“It’s incredible to be a part of something that has donated over two-million dollars for charity over the years,” the handsome Jackson Rathbone told me right before the race. He was kissing his wife and baby and about to get in to the car. Rathbone is part of a cultural phenomenon with the Twilight movies and as such has legions of young girls (and a few boys) worried about him in the race, particularly, harming his face.
“That’s hysterical,” he laughed. “I hope I don’t hurt any part of my body at all! Look, we had no idea vampires without fangs who lived in the woods basically was going to become what it did. Even when the first movie came out, we all just sat back with wonder and watched the phenomenon explode. It’s been quite a ride, much like this,” he concluded as he kissed his baby one more time before strapping on his helmet.
After the race it was all smiles and hugs, and the friendly spirit of competition surfaced again.