A Facebook page has been set up to support Shiloh’s upcoming movie Johnny about the life of boxer Johnny Tapia. If you’re on Facebook, just like the page! Every like counts. And stay tuned for some big announcements soon!
I have added screen captures of Shiloh’s small appearance in the new short movie Dum Dum Girls – “Are You Okay”.
Sub Pop, VICE & MOCAtv proudly present Dum Dum Girls’ in ‘Are You Okay,’ a short film written by Bret Easton Ellis and featuring the single “Are You Okay?” from the band’s acclaimed new album, ‘Too True.’ The psychological thriller, which stars Dee Dee Penny and Shiloh Fernandez, was directed by Brewer (Alt J, Purity Ring, Passion Pit), and produced by Braxton Pope, with additional musical score composed by Tamaryn and Drew MacDowall. The video also includes Charles Ray’s artwork Two Boys (2010), courtesy of the artist and Matthew Marks Gallery.
Thanks to my friend Claudia (who outdone herself) at neverenougdesign.org we have a new layout on the site and gallery using Shiloh recent photoshoot at Sundance back in January!
I have added 2 photos of Shiloh attending GREY GOOSE Pre-Oscar Party At Sunset Tower yesterday.
Happy Birthday Shiloh! I hope you have a fantastic day with your family and friends. I wish you many more happy years to come. here to another year full of success! I hope you’ll enjoy reading you Birthday Card from your fans.
Update: Here’s Shiloh’s answer!
Thank you so much! All the time to take to support me means the world. Truly. I hope you, too, have a fantastic day!
Eagle-eyed uptowners need not worry if they spot a fire escape burglary, a bloody man with a gun or an exploding car along Riverside Drive Friday or Saturday — it may be make-believe.
TV crews will be in the neighborhood to film a Cinemax series called “Blanco,” which IMDB says will star actor Shiloh Fernandez as the title character, a Dominican gangster nicknamed from his light skin. The protagonist uses his status as a police informant to build a criminal empire.
Community Board 12 and state Sen. Adriano Espaillat’s office shared news of the filming with Inwood residents by email Monday afternoon.
According to the email, an actor will enter an apartment from a fire escape Friday at 1803 Riverside Dr., located between Payson Avenue and Henshaw Street — a crime that’s a little too close to home for some residents in Washington Heights and Inwood. Police have nabbed several accused fire-escape bandits over the past year and have continually implored uptowners to lock their windows.
Another actor will load a prop gun as part of the scene, which will be shot between 7 and 9 a.m. No shots will be fired during the scene, CB12 and Espaillat’s office said.
A second scene will take place at Fort Washington Park Friday afternoon and will involve an actor throwing a prop gun wrapped in an imitation blood-soaked shirt into the Hudson River.
Film crews will return to Fort Washington Park Saturday at 1 a.m. to shoot a scene where an actor will stuff a rag into a gas tank of a BMW before lighting it and walking away as the car explodes.
Friday morning’s filming crews will take up parking on both sides of Payson Avenue between Dyckman Street and Riverside Drive and the north side of Riverside Drive between Henshaw Street and Payson Avenue. The Fort Washington Park scenes will block off parking on both sides of Dyckman Street from Payson Avenue to Fort Washington Park, and the north side of Riverside Drive between Payson and Seaman avenues.
Franka Potente, Amaury Nolasco and Erik LaRay Harvey are among the seven additions to the drama pilot toplined by Shiloh Fernandez.
Cinemax’s Blanco drama pilot led by Shiloh Fernandez has rounded out its cast.
Franka Potente (The Bourne Identity), Amaury Nolasco (Prison Break) and Erik LaRay Harvey (Boardwalk Empire) are among seven new additions to the one-hour project, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Also joining the ensemble are Elizabeth Rodriguez (Orange Is the New Black), Sebastian Arcelus (House of Cards), Audrey Esparza (The Following) and Alex Hernandez (Law & Order: SVU).
Blanco centers on an uptown gangster Ruben (Fernandez), nicknamed Blanco, who uses his status as a confidential informant to turn the tables on law enforcement and build his criminal empire.
The character breakdowns are as follows: Potente will play Blanco’s girlfriend Leslee; Nolasco will be Blanco’s brother Jesus; Rodriguez will portray NYPD Detective Stephanie Gomez; Arcelus will lay down the law as Blanco’s lawyer Andy Silver; Esparza will play Blanco’s brother’s girlfriend Veronica; Harvey has been cast as NYPD Detective Mike LeBeau; and Hernandez is Blanco’s associate Nando.
Mark Rosner wrote the pilot, which will be directed by 28 Weeks Later’s Juan Carlos Fresnadillo. Rosner will serve as executive producer, with Lakeshore Entertainment’s Gary Lucchesi and Tom Rosenberg, as well as Fresnadillo.
Fox Television Studios and Lakeshore Entertainment produce for Cinemax.
Should Blanco be given a series greenlight, it would join Banshee and the outgoing Strike Back on the pay cabler’s slate.