New Layout, New Domain

Yes, that’s right… Welcome to the brand new look for Julia Stiles Online. The fansite has been online since 1998 and finally we have had fresh revamp. Thank you so much to Frederik over at noomi-rapace.com for all his hard work! We have also updated the gallery with thousands of new photos (and more to come!) You can also now access the site via www.julia-stiles.org too – yey!

Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on TumblrPin on PinterestEmail this to someoneShare on StumbleUponShare on Google+

Blue Season 3 moving from YouTube to Hulu

Julia Stiles’ popular YouTube show Blue will be returning for a third season, but it will not be available for fans to watch on YouTube. The show will instead air on Hulu and Fox.com.

Variety reported that two years ago, digital studio WIGS was one of the early adopters of original online programming and received funding from YouTube. That funding resulted in the original series Blue, which has over 65.5 million views on YouTube to date. WIGS recently cut a deal with Fox Broadcasting for programming and distribution that resulted in a partnership between the two studios. As a result of this partnership, Blue will only be seen on Hulu and Fox.com, instead of YouTube.

The new season of Blue will be available for streaming on Hulu Plus starting on Friday, March 28. The show will be featured in longer formats ranging from 40-60 minutes, TV By The Numbers reported. Season three of the popular show that features Julia Stiles as a mom moonlighting as an escort on the side, was written and directed by WIGS co-founder Rodrigo Garcia.

Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on TumblrPin on PinterestEmail this to someoneShare on StumbleUponShare on Google+

Julia Stiles to Star in TNT’s ‘Guilt By Association’

Julia Stiles has been tapped to star in the drama based on prosecutor Marcia Clark’s book of the same name, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Guilt by Association follows three women: deputy district attorney Rachel Knight, LAPD detective Bailey Keller (Elisabeth Rohm) and prosecutor Toni LaCollette (Rose Rollins) — each of whom end up embroiled in the same cases.

Stiles will play Rachel, a talented deputy district attorney in the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office who sometimes operates outside the law in order to uphold it. As a member of the Special Trials Unit, Rachel is at her best when prosecuting society’s worst. Driven by compassion but haunted by guilt, Rachel tackles the department’s most difficult cases and does so with humor, an edge, and an “evidence is for pussies” attitude. When the suspicious death of a close colleague throws her own judgment into question, Rachel must rely on her connections and instincts to solve the case and clear her friend’s name. Unorthodox, impulsive, maybe even self-destructive, Rachel will stop at nothing to uncover the truth.

Stiles, who had multiple broadcast and cable pilot offers this season, takes over the role after Neve Campbell dropped out of the project. Clark — who famously served as lead prosecutor during the O.J. Simpson trial, co-wrote the pilot with Nashville’s Dee Johnson. Clark, Johnson and Nelson McCormick serve as exec producers on the drama.

Stiles, who earned Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for her guest role as Lumen on Showtime’s Dexter, would make her TV series regular debut should Guilt move forward. She currently stars in Hulu’s web series Blue. Her feature credits include Girl Most Likely, Silver Linings Playbook, the Bourne franchise and the upcoming Five Minutes to Live. She’s repped by ICM Partners, Untitled Entertainment and Sloane Offer.

Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on TumblrPin on PinterestEmail this to someoneShare on StumbleUponShare on Google+
Gallery  ·  Press

Out of the Dark gets International Sales

Back in April we brought you the news that Julia Stiles, Scott Speedman and Stephen Rea were set to star in the supernatural thriller Out of the Dark under Spanish helmer Lluis Quilez, and now we can report that Exclusive Media has just landed the international sales rights for the flick at AFM 2013.

Quilez directed the film from a screenplay by Alex & David Pastor and Javier Gullón which is about…

…an American couple, Sarah and Paul Harriman, who move to Colombia with their young daughter, Hannah, to take over the manufacturing business owned by Sarah’s father, and soon realize that the house they’ve moved into is haunted.”

Participant Media backed the film with Image Nation and Colombia’s Dynamo and Spain’s Apaches Entertainment. Participant’s Jeff Skoll and Jonathan King and Nick Spicer of XYZ Films served as executive producers. King is adamant that OUT OF THE DARK will offer something new and terrifying to the genre, stating…

This is not your average ghost story.  You can be sure that there’s a bigger reason why this takes place at this particular house in the Colombian jungle and to this particular family.”

I’m always up for a fresh take and some original ideas behind a haunted house flick. Plus having Julia onboard is always a good sign. Photos from the event below..

 

Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on TumblrPin on PinterestEmail this to someoneShare on StumbleUponShare on Google+