October 23rd, 2009

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Charlie St. Cloud officially wrapped

It is always weird how bittersweet this kind of news is to me, especially since I am not a part of these productions at all. But I guess I think back to how difficult it was when we got to the end of a run on a show in high school or college. It was such a rush, that final moment... filled with fondness, excitement and joy, yet tinged with sadness. Ugh. I'll blame this melancholy on the very late (or very early) hour. Hugs to all.

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Chris Massoglia talks Charlie St. Cloud and Zac

From Teen Vogue:

What's next for you?

I'm playing Zac Efron's little brother in The Life and Death of Charlie St. Cloud. The movie is about these two brothers--Charlie (who's played by Zac) and Sam. They get into a car accident and Charlie survives, but Sam doesn't. Though, at sunset, Charlie can see and talk to Sam's ghost. I play the grown up, eighteen year-old version of Sam.

How was working with Zac?

He's such a cool guy. I was impressed by how he just was so chill, even though he has so much to deal with. After filming, he would sign autographs for like an hour an [sic] a half.
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Me and Orson Welles post

From Vue:

LOL... somehow I managed to hit enter way before I was done with this post. I've got more to add to this so hang on guys and I'll update.

ETA: A company called Fluid Mastering twittered this:

A few reviews/articles:

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This one was from last year, but I don't remember posting it and somehow (possibly Twitter?) it surfaced again.

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Three slightly peripheral (to Zac and/or MAOW) articles I will just link to:

Wellesnet.com - "Orson Welles says, 'It was like this..'"

Guardian UK - "The most glorious film failure of them all"

David Thomson on Orson Welles