Seems some folks in the film business think a woman can lead an action film. Here Selma Hayek plays Everly, a call girl who turned against her boss and became a police informant. But when a hit is put out on her, she must match up against every criminal in town who wants a piece […]
Salma Hayek is looking very uncharacteristically badass in the first image from Joe Lynch's assassin thriller Everly.
When we talked about Joe Lynch's Everly before, I was correcting the publicly traded plot description. This bit was right: Everly centers on a down-on-her-luck woman, stuck in her apartment, who must fend off waves of assassins sent by her ex, a dangerous mob boss. This bit was wrong: Pic is set entirely in one room. And here's […]
At some point later this year, Joe Lynch's sophomore picture The Knights of Badassdom will finally be unveiled. It's been a long time coming – not least because Lynch seemed to take an awful long time selecting a second project. And it's a special film to Bleeding Cool, being the subject of my first story […]
One of the scripts to make last year's Black List of hotly-touted screenplays was Everly by Yale Hannon, a film pitched as Panic Room meets Crank.* It is, if you'll pardon a daft pun that you'll get in a paragraph or two, wall-to-wall action. The story credit for the film goes to Hannon and Joe […]