Blake appears in episode 5 of season 2, “The Front”. The episode airs Monday October 20th on NBC. Click here to view the HD promo.
The Mad Ones’ production of their original play The Essential Straight & Narrow is currently featured in an editorial spread in CHANCE magazine. The show, which was a New York Times Critics’ Pick this spring, is documented beautifully, with a focus on design elements. Copies can be purchased at locations through New York City. A list of outlets is here.
Pictured above (from left) are John Bock, Merlin Whitehawk, Maya Lawson, and Blake DeLong.
Thank You A Lot will make it’s California premiere in competition at the Napa Valley Film Festival in November. Click here for the article on Deadline.
On the eve of it’s VOD/digital release, Gravitas Ventures has unveiled the official trailer to Matt Muir’s critically acclaimed indie drama Thank You A Lot, starring Blake DeLong and James Hand. The film debuted at SXSW and was acquired by Gravitas for digital release this summer. The film will be available for download and streaming on iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, and on VOD via most cable providers.
On June 3rd, Thank You A Lot, in partnership with Tugg Inc., will play an encore screening at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas, Texas after a sold out premiere during the Dallas International Film Festival. Tickets can be secured by clicking here.
Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 has been honored with a record-setting 11 nominations by the Off Broadway League, Actors Equity, and the Voting Committee. The awards will take place in Manhattan on May 4th, 2014. Click here to visit Variety.com for a full rundown of the nominees.
Gravitas Ventures has acquired former Indiewire Project of the Day “Thank You A Lot,” writer-director Matt Muir’s film set in the Austin music scene (sorry, Terrence Malick, some people just work more quickly). The film, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival, will see a Video On Demand release in June 2014.
“Thank You A Lot” concerns a small-time music manager (Blake DeLong) on the verge of losing his job. His last ditch-effort: sign a reclusive country music singer – his father (real life country music singer James Hand playing a fictional version of himself).