Thursday, 22 December 2011

Actor Jovanny Venegas, talks about K-11 & shares some new wrap-party photos
Jovanny & Kate del Castillo on the last day of filming K-11.
Check out Kate's tattoo to play Mousey. :)
Jules & Jovanny at the K-11 wrap-party in August 2011
Luis Moncado & Jules
Beverly & Goran

Click on each photo for a larger view.

Photos with Beverly, Goran & Craig, have been posted before on this site in August. Go here for more.


As you know we always “Take you to the Hottest & Most Exclusive Locations!” And today, R.A.L. is exclusively taking you behind the scenes of “K-11″ which is going to be one of the Hottest movies of 2012!

K-11 is directed by Jules Stewart, who is making her feature directorial debut. Does the last name Stewart ring a bell? Well it should, Jules is the mother of Twilight star Kristen Stewart. Kristen was originally casted in the project, but unfortunately was not able to participate due to prior obligations. But her brother Cameron Stewart, will be playing a jail inmate named Sledgehammer.

Now you may ask how did we get this exclusive? Well it turns out that R.A.L Correspondent / Actor Jovanny Venegas, happens to play a K-11 inmate. He will be sharing his on set experience.

Jovanny says “This is going to be one of those movies, that you will always remember, just imagine we were shooting in a real-life haunted prison, and the movie tells the story of all of the crazy things that really happened in a section of the Los Angeles County Jail, that one never hears about.” Jovanny continues with “It’s real life, nothing fake about K-11. And I will be taking our R.A.L readers on a wild journey, till the movie is released.”

Looking forward to some more updates from Jovanny. :)

Source redalertlive 

Thank you to @KstewAngel 

Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Monday, 19 December 2011

K-11 to premiere at the Berlin Film Festival in 2012?

No official film program has been released to the public as yet, however this looks very promising coming from Intandem.

It would be incredible for K-11 to premiere at the Berlin Film Festival. 

Stay tuned. :)

The Berlin Film Festival runs from February 9 -17 in 2012.

Visit the festival site: Berlin Film Festival  

Sunday, 18 December 2011

Billy Morrison, with Camp Freddy, perform at the Roxy (16 Dec)

YT source tom91381

Camp Freddy playing Night 3 (12-16-2011) at The Roxy Residency. Tonight the guest included Franky Perez, Mark McGrath, Gilby Clark, Billy Duffy, Glenn Hughes, Steve Stevens, Chino, Cypress Hill, Sebastian Bach, Steven Adler and Billy Gibbons.
Camp Freddy is Dave Narvarro,Billy Morrison, Matt Sorum,Chris Chaney and Donvan Leitch.

Craig Owens flexing his creative muscles in music, acting (PressDisplay)

Craig Owens has always been a busy guy, especially with bands such as Chiodos and Cinematic Sunrise, and now with the group Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (aka D.R.U.G.S.).

But this year he also found time to record a new solo song — “Bibles and Badges,” which was originally slated for D.R.U.G.S. — and put together four solo shows around the Midwest.

“It’s the same thing that happens every time; I miss playing the intimate shows,” explains Owens, 27, who was bor n in Davison, Mich., and now resides in Rochester. And I miss playing the older songs that meant a lot to me and that I think my fans and I really bonded and created a beautiful relationship over.

“So it’s a good chance for me to reunite that spark and share in playing it for them and having them sing along.”

Owens says he and “a few friends” will perform songs from throughout his career -- likely with a few “surprises” thrown in.” Meanwhile he’s gearing up for a bit of a rest before D.R.U.G.S. begins its first headlining tour in January (with a Feb. 25 show slated for the Crofoot in Pontiac), as well as a European swing. Also on the 2012 docket; his film debut in “K-11,” playing “a protege pop star” killed by his drugaddled producer, played by Goran Visnjic of “E.R.” fame.

“I’m just really, really excited to be a part of it and have it be such a massive role for my first movie,” Owens says. “I was just kind of thrown into it, no classes, I didn’t have to read for the part. It was a very interesting and fun time.

“I’m really starting to take the acting thing seriously, not because I need money or a job. It’s a definite passion for me. I would work these 12-hour days on the movie set and I’d still be smiling at the end of the night. So you can expect to see a lot more acting from me in the future.”

Craig Owens performs Monday at the Crofoot Ballroom,
1 S. Saginaw St., Pontiac
. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 day of show. Call 248-858-9333 or visit

Thank you to gogoranvisnjicatbleuprofond2 for the heads up.