Category: Media

Virginia Madsen celebrates “Hot Flashes” to blow out cancer

•• The amazing ladies of “The Hot Flashes” movie: Virginia Madsen, Brooke Shields, Wanda Sykes and Camryn Manheim joined the American Cancer Society in honoring cancer survivors as part of The Society’s movement to create a world with “less cancer and more birthdays” at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills on June 19th. All the actresses filmed a PSA about the Importance of Mammograms, for a Breast Cancer Campaign on Early Detection and Promoting Breast Cancer Awareness parnered with the American Cancer Society.

“The Hot Flashes” plot centers around women’s empowerment and originates from five friends trying to raise money for breast cancer early detection programs by holding a charity basketball game. The film has partnered with the American Cancer Society to further this message and help the fight against breast cancer.

Exclusive Clip from “Crazy Kind Of Love”

•• After earning an Oscar nomination as a producer on the gritty breakout film “Precious” Sarah Siegel-Magness has decided to take on something a bit lighter. Actually, a lot lighter. And even more, she’s stepped things up by making her directorial debut on a film penned by Karen McCullah Lutz (“Legally Blonde”), “The House Bunny”) and based on the book “Angel Angel” by April Stevens.

“Crazy Kind Of Love” brings together Virginia Madsen, “Friday Night Lights” thesp Zach Gilford and “True Blood” star Sam Trammell in a tale that follows a mother, in the midst of re-evaluating her life, who leans on her stoner son and his brother for support. But a romance between the younger son and the girl next door could be the key the mother needs to move on. And in this exclusive clip, we see that Madsen’s character is clearly out of her element and adjusting to the changes in her life.

“Crazy Kind Of Love” opens in limited release on May 31st and will be available On Demand as well. Watch exclusive clip from Rom-Com below.

Virginia Madsen and Nick Holmes attend “Peeples” Los Angeles Premiere

•• Last night, Virginia Madsen was in attendance with actor Nick Holmes for the “Peeples” Los Angeles Premiere held at ArcLight Hollywood. Enjoy the video!

Virginia Madsen attends First Year Anniversary Celebration for WIGS Digital Channel

•• Virginia Madsen has attended yesterday’s the one year anniversary celebration for the WIGS digital channel at Akasha Restaurant in Culver City.

“Crazy Kind Of Love” Theatrical Trailer

•• “Crazy Kind of Love” theatrical trailer has been released a few days ago as well as two posters from Virginia’s movie. You can watch below the theatrical trailer, enjoy!

Based on April Stevens’ 1994 debut novel, “Angel, Angel” follow a broken family who must cope when Gordie Iris, (played by Anthony LaPaglia) leaves his wife, Augusta (played by Virginia Madsen), for another woman. Their disparate sons, Matthew (played by Zach Gilford) and Henry (played by Graham Rogers), have no idea what to do when their mother refuses to come out of her bedroom for days on end which turns into weeks. When carefree Bette (played by Amanda Crew) enters their lives, her outlook on the world revolutionizes the way each has been viewing this situation. Sam Trammell plays Jeff, an easy-going landscaper, who hires Henry as a day laborer and befriends his distraught mother.