Dean went to the Premiere of Jillian Murrays new Movie “Mantervention” 2 days ago. Thanks to my friend Julia <333 I am able to show you some pics of him at the premiere. (Aren't we all glad that there are finally new pictures of him!!!)
Public Appearances > Appearences in 2014 > “MANTERVENTION” Red Carpet Press Screening At TCL (July 17)
We’re FINALLY back with a brand new Layout made by the lovely and amazing Julia<3
The last Layout was online since forever and since Dean is doing some more projects right now I thought I should get moving and get the site a makeover!
While I was doing this I updated not only the sidebar but also the content!
well there’s not much more to say than I hope you like the new look =)
Vision Films inks a new partnership with Scatena & Rosner Films beginning with the release of two upcoming pictures.
Vision Films, a worldwide distributor of independent feature films, documentaries and music programming announced today it has acquired all domestic and international rights, including theatrical, VOD, digital, DVD and television to Scatena & Rosner Films’: THE SAND starring Mitchel Musso (Hannah Montana), Dean Geyer (Glee), Brooke Butler (All Cheerleaders Die) and Jamie Kennedy (Malibu’s Most Wanted), and MAN-TERVENTION starring Nick Roux (Jane by Design), Travis Van Winkle (Transformers), Chloe Bridges (The Carrie Diaries) and Mario Van Peebles (One Life to Live). Vision Films will domestically release MAN-TERVENTION this summer, and THE SAND in the fall of 2014.
Lise Romanoff, Managing Director/CEO of Vision Films, said, “I’m very excited to begin working with Gato Scatena and Jordan Rosner of S&R Films. They understand the needs of our younger core audience, and their creativity will no doubt be valuable both in the marketing of the upcoming two features, in addition to our future collaborations.”
In THE SAND, the story follows a group of hung-over twenty-somethings after an all-night beach party who awake to a beating sun, and a seemingly carnivorous beach that devours anything with a heartbeat that touches the sand. Writer’s Alex Greenfield and Ben Powell’s screenplay was inspired by true events, and Isaac Gabaeff’s style of directing pays homage to the genre hits of the past.