Category: Growing Up Smith

‘Growing Up Smith’ film screencaps added!

I’ve added film screencaps from Hilarie’s latest film, ‘Growing Up Smith’.

 

Hilarie Burton on ‘Growing Up Smith’ and when moms went back to work

Hilarie Burton wants you to make a movie in the Hudson Valley. The “One Tree Hill” alumna moved there almost four years ago, once she and her husband, fellow actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, had their son. Previously they lived in Wilmington, North Carolina — a small town famous for attracting shows and movies (including “One Tree Hill”). She wants that luxury again, especially since the Hudson Valley is a hotspot for actors; other locals include Juliana Marguiles, Vera Farmiga and Paul Rudd. In fact, she and Mary Stuart Masterson just lobbied for the area, not far from New York City, to change their tax incentives, therefore making it more attractive for big productions. And if it works, she’ll be back to short work commutes. Continue reading

Hilarie Burton discusses ‘Growing Up Smith’, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and One Tree Hill Reunion

Hilarie spoke to Refinery29 about ‘Growing Up Smith’ and more. There are spoilers for ‘Growing Up Smith’ in the interview.

You know her from One Tree Hill — but Hilarie Burton is a lot more than Peyton Sawyer. Burton’s appeared in a variety of film and TV roles since the WB/CW show. She’s currently filming Fox’s Lethal Weapon reboot, and her film Growing Up Smith hits theaters next Friday. Oh, and she’s married to Jeffrey Dean Morgan, a.k.a. The Walking Dead’s Negan — and they own a candy shop upstate with Paul Rudd.

Growing Up Smith tells the story of an Indian family who move to small-town America in 1979. Ten-year-old Smith is fascinated by every detail of the United States, including his neighbors, the Brunner family. Burton plays matriarch Nancy Brunner, a woman who finds her voice amidst chaos in her family life. Refinery29 talked to Burton about the movie and why she thinks One Tree Hill should stay in the past.

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DFW South Asian Film Festival expands to Fort Worth, Frisco


The DFW South Asian Film Festival doesn’t return until March 3-5 at the AMC Village on the Parkway in Addison but those on the western side of the Metroplex get a bit of a sneak peek on Feb. 1. That’s when the festival is sponsoring a screening of the comedy Growing Up Smith at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

This marks the first time that the festival has held an event in Tarrant County.

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Gallery update

I’ve added posters from ‘The Summer Villa’ and ‘Growing Up Smith’ to the gallery, along with an image of ‘Living Rhinebeck’ with Hilarie, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, their son Gus, and their dog, Bandit. I’m working on trying to find a scan of Living Rhinebeck, however, it is only being published and distributed in Rhinebeck. If anyone can obtain a copy, scan it, and donate it, we would highly appreciate it!