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Vincent D'Onofrio Talks New Slasher Musical

Vincent D'Onofrio Talks New Slasher Musical
A young band ventures into the woods to pen some new songs that will turn them into rockstars. Unfortunately, those woods are haunted, and lots of blood curdling screams and killing ensues. "Don't Go in the Woods" is a mashup between a serious "Glee" episode and a bad slasher film -- in other words, it's a lot of fun.

It's also directed by Vincent D’Onofrio who came up with the spooky premise. D'Onfrio is best known as Detective Goren from "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" but he's had a lengthy career with credits in movies like "Full Metal Jacket" and "Men in Black." The 52-year-old actor talked to HuffPost Celebrity about being a director and the Wall Street protests.

Creepy! How did you come up with the idea for "Don't Go In the Woods"?

I was in the car on the way to our house upstate and we have these woods.
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Vincent D'Onofrio Talks New Slasher Musical

A young band ventures into the woods to pen some new songs that will turn them into rockstars. Unfortunately, those woods are haunted, and lots of blood curdling screams and killing ensues. "Don't Go in the Woods" is a mashup between a serious "Glee" episode and a bad slasher film -- in other words, it's a lot of fun.

It's also directed by Vincent D'Onofrio who came up with the spooky premise. D'Onfrio is best known as Detective Goren from "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" but he's had a lengthy career with credits in movies like "Full Metal Jacket" and "Men in Black." The 52-year-old actor talked to HuffPost Celebrity about being a director and the Wall Street protests.

Creepy! How did you come up with the idea for "Don't Go In the Woods"?

I was in the car on the way to our house upstate and we have these woods.
See full article at Moviefone »

Interview: Vincent D’Onofrio on Directorial Debut of ‘Don’t Go in the Woods’

Chicago – Vincent D’Onofrio has had a career that is rich and diverse. He has worked with directors as distinct as Stanley Kubrick (”Full Metal Jacket”) and Tim Burton (”Ed Wood”), and has starred in the legendary TV franchise “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” He presents his directorial debut, “Don’t Go in the Woods,” on November 12th in Chicago at the “Tribeca Film Festival on the Road.”

Vincent D’Onofrio began his career in the early 1980s, and quickly built an impressive resume from there. He played opposite Julia Roberts in “Dying Young” (1991), had character parts in “JFK” (1991) and “The Player” (1992), and famously played Orson Welles in “Ed Wood” (1994). He practically stole the showy film, “Men in Black” (1997) as Edgar, and portrayed Abbie Hoffman in “Steal This Movie” (2000). From 2001-2011, he also made waves on television, memorably taking on the persona of Detective Robert Goren in “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
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Wolverine: Steal This Movie

Yesterday, Roger Friedman, a columnist for Fox News, was canned by Fox brass Roger Ailes and John Moody. Outside of those facing death and mayhem, Friedman's date with the pitiless Ailes and the I'm-bad-too Moody probably meant he had the worst day of anyone in New York. What got Friedman into difficulty was reviewing a movie, Wolverine, produced by Twentieth Century Fox, one of the companies owned by News Corp., which also owns Fox News (Wolverine stars Hugh Jackman, a close friend of News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch and his wife, Wendi). The difficult part is that he reviewed, however favorably, a pirated copy of Wolverine. This was not just a copyright theft, but a theft of his own company’s copyright (curiously, he was merely using what his company owns for his own company’s benefit.) What was on Friedman’s mind? Perhaps he is a wise guy and
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Wolverine: Steal This Movie

Yesterday, Roger Friedman, a columnist for Fox News, was canned by Fox brass Roger Ailes and John Moody. Outside of those facing death and mayhem, Friedman's date with the pitiless Ailes and the I'm-bad-too Moody probably meant he had the worst day of anyone in New York. What got Friedman into difficulty was reviewing a movie, Wolverine, produced by Twentieth Century Fox, one of the companies owned by News Corp., which also owns Fox News (Wolverine stars Hugh Jackman, a close friend of News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch and his wife, Wendi). The difficult part is that he reviewed, however favorably, a pirated copy of Wolverine. This was not just a copyright theft, but a theft of his own company’s copyright (curiously, he was merely using what his company owns for his own company’s benefit.) What was on Friedman’s mind? Perhaps...
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Baron Cohen Signs with Spielberg

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Movie funnyman Sacha Baron Cohen has discovered there is life after his comic creation Borat - he has landed a starring role in a Steven Spielberg movie. Just a week after Cohen announced he had retired Borat - following the success of 2006 movie Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan - he has been signed to star as 60s hippie satirist Abbie Hoffman in The Trial of the Chicago Seven. Hoffman found fame during the Vietnam War by playing pranks to campaign against the conflict. The movie is slated for release in 2010. Vincent D'Onofrio previously played Hoffman in 2000 film Steal This Movie, which was based on a screenplay written by Hoffman and his wife Anita.

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