New York City, Sunday November 7, 2010 — On the red carpet at the premiere of new movie “Morning Glory,” Harrison Ford, J.J. Abrams, Rachel McAdams and Jeff Goldblum talk candidly about epilepsy and hopes for a cure. Other interviewees featured include co-stars Patrick Wilson, Arden Myrin, J. Elaine Marcos, Alice Callahan, Rick Younger, plus singer Natasha Bedingfield (featured song “Strip Me” from the soundtrack), producer Sherryl Clark, “Morning Glory” writer Aline Brosh McKenna.
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Washington, D.C., November 11, 2010 PRNewswire The Epilepsy Foundation’s National Epilepsy Awareness Month gets a boost from Paramount Pictures and JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions with a red-carpet affair and after party for Morning Glory, starring Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton, and Rachel McAdams. The event benefits TalkAboutIt.org, created by Greg Grunberg in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation.
More about Talk About It! here.
In a post-post-modern art world where there is little agreement as to who the reigning masters are, and even less agreement about the direction of its many divergent schools, California artist Andy Lakey has managed a juggernaut painting career that continues to unfold in unexpected paths and in richly provocative ways.
Art direction and motion design by Eric Scott (Day For Night), with Daniel Cathers, editor