Chris turns 32 today, so let’s wish him a Happy Birthday!
According to bloody-disgusting.com, the North American rights for the indie Night of the Living Deb, that Chris has a guest role in, have been bought by MPI/Dark Sky Films at this year’s Berlin Film Festival. The movie is set to premiere in the US in September.
The Dark Sky Films Twitter has also confirmed that they will be releasing the movie on VOD/DVD/Blu-ray in 2016.
— Dark Sky Films (@darkskyfilms) February 17, 2016
Just a quick update this time around, because Chris was in this week’s episode of Lucifer (episode 1×04 “Manly Whatnots”). Unfortunately, we only discovered this after it aired. Still, it might not be too late to catch up with his guest role, so look out for reruns or online availability of the episode. Lucifer airs Mondays at 9/8c on FOX.
New year, new update. We’re really sorry that it’s been so long since we’ve posted anything new to the site, but we hope to be making up for it with this round-up of what’s happened with Chris since, well, last year.
There’s a few new projects he has worked on or is still working on. Released in 2015 were the movies Broken Horses (thriller) and Always Watching: A Marble Hornets Story (horror). Broken Horses is now available on DVD, Always Watching on several streaming portals, including iTunes and amazon Prime (funnily enough, also on DVD and Blu-ray in Germany under the title The Operator). His indie Chu and Blossom is available as streaming video on iTunes and amazon Prime.
The indie Night of the Living Deb (horror) has not yet been released but may be screened at some local film festivals. Keep your eyes peeled. Several other projects are, according to IMDb, in the works, including Parker’s Anchor, Boneyard Canteen, Fear, Inc., Chokeslam and Misconduct. Hopefully they’ll be released in 2016.
Here’s to hoping we’ll see more of Chris on our screens in 2016!
The horror movie Always Watching: A Marble Hornets Story, which Chris stars in, is now available online on video-on-demand, including amazon.com and iTunes. A trailer has also been released, which you can watch here.
And there’s more horror(-ish) Chris news. The horror parody Night of the Living Deb now also has a trailer, which is on Vimeo. It looks like Chris’s role is rather small and short-lived in this one. Then again… with Kyle Rankin as director, you never know.
Chris’s movie Broken Horses was released in select theaters across the US on April 10, 2015. Along with the release, a few articles, interviews and behind-the-scenes videos were published. Let us give you a quick rundown below.
- Official featurettes playlist
- Interview with Anton Yelchin, Chris Marquette and Vidhu Vinod Chopra
- Interview with Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Chris Marquette
- Interview with Chris Marquette
- Interview with the cast
- Chris Marquette on working with Vincent D’Onofrio
- LA Times Review of Broken Horses
- Official theatrical trailer
A trailer for Broken Horses has been released for the upcoming limited theatrical US release of the movie on April 10, 2015. There’s also a short featurette on YouTube where director James Cameron praises the movie.
Chris is currently performing in a theatre play called “Proof” at the Moth Theatre Company in LA. It premiered on Jan 14 and will run thru Feb 15, 2015. For more information and tickets ($25), please check the website of the Moth Theatre Company. LA Splash has posted a review about the play on their website.