Photos: Tribeca Film Festival Portraits

Posted by renee on 22 April 2014

I’ve added 4 HQ photos from a portrait session Melonie did at the Tribeca Film Festival yesterday!

 

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Photos: X/Y Tribeca Premiere

Posted by renee on 20 April 2014

I’ve added over 60 HQ photos of Melonie attending the premiere of X/Y at the Tribeca Film Festival last night!

Don’t forget, tickets are still available to see X/Y at Tribeca. You can buy them through the official Tribeca site.

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First X/Y Clip

Posted by renee on 19 April 2014

Entertainment Weekly has shared an exclusive clip from Melonie’s upcoming movie, X/Y! X/Y premieres later today (Saturday 19th) at the Tribeca Film Festival.

 

First X/Y Still!

Posted by renee on 12 April 2014

The first official still of Melonie in X/Y has been released! You can find it in the Melonie Diaz Web gallery in HQ. X/Y premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival later this month.

 

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“Be Kind Rewind” Gallery Updates

Posted by renee on 12 April 2014

I’ve added HD screencaptures of Melonie as Alma in 2008’s Be Kind Rewind, as well as 6 large quality stills.

 

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“Alan Partridge” Screening Photos

Posted by renee on 03 April 2014

I’ve added 6 HQ photos of Melonie attending the NYC screening of Alan Partridge. Alan Partridge stars (and was co-written by) Melonie’s Hamlet 2 co-star, Steve Coogan.

 

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Melonie to star in ‘Laughs Unlimited’

Posted by renee on 18 March 2014

Fruitvale Station Independent Spirit Award nominee Melonie Diaz has nabbed the starring role in the drama from Oren Moverman (The Messenger), The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Laughs Unlimited (working title) centers on Billie Crown (Diaz), who discovers that after 15 months as a combat medic in Afghanistan, “real life” is just as perilous as war. Duty as a Sacramento cop offers the same dangers and thrills as combat, and repairing relationships with her husband and young daughter is as difficult as saving a comrade after an IED attack. Billie Crown is the new normal — wife, mother and combat vet.

In addition to Fruitvale, the Gersh and Thruline-repped Diaz recently wrapped production on The Cobbler. Her TV credits include episodes of Girls, Person of Interest and Nip/Tuck.

Laughs is executive produced by Moverman (Rampart), Anthony Swofford (Jarhead), Lauren Shuler Donner (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Jennifer Beals (The L Word), The Donners Co.’s Jack Leslie¬†and Greenlight Management’s Adena Chawke. Moverman and Swofford will pen the script.

While the drama has yet to garner a formal pilot order, Diaz’s casting continues to push Laughs in the right direction while HBO continues to develop the script and work on a budget for the project.

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Caudalie Boutique Spa Grand Opening Photos

Posted by renee on 15 March 2014

I’ve added 11 HQ photos of Melonie attending the grand opening of the Caudalie Boutique Spa on March 12

 

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‘X/Y’ to play at Tribeca Film Festival

Posted by renee on 05 March 2014

X/Y will be playing as part of the World Narrative Competition

 

Ryan Piers Williams directs and stars alongside America Ferrera, Amber Tamblyn  and Melonie Diaz in a character-driven drama centered around four restless New Yorkers, and their shifting sexual and romantic relationships as they search for a sense of intimacy and self-identity. As Mark, Jen, Sylvia, and Jake navigate through their emotionally-arrested states, X/Y reveals the honest and wanton desire we all have to connect with someone and what is at stake when that connection fades.

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