David Fynn, Vanessa Lengies, Gary Cole and Nancy Travis will star in the indie film Married Young, which centers on a devoted husband and father who struggles to keep his marriage intact amongst the chaos of family life.
Also featuring Lucas Neff, Ever Carradine, Max Beesley and John Pankow, Married Young will be directed by Daniel Kaufman from a screenplay by Jon Dabach. The film, which follows a man who deals with the challenges of a two year-old, a pregnant wife and an animated alter ego, is currently shooting.
Kaufman, known mainly for his work as a commercial director, and Christine Sheaks are producing while Morey Levovitz and Necdet Ersoy are executive producing.
Fynn stars on the series Undateable, and is repped by The Gersh Agency and Luber Roklin.
More screencaps up to the Vanessa Lengies Fan Gallery from the rest of Mixology.
Zap2it: So it’s time for another Kacey-centric episode! Perfect timing, since Dom surprised her at the end of last week by saying he wants to go all in on a relationship with her.
Vanessa Lengies: I am excited for Kacey and Dom to get back together! I mean, I love Cal. I love Cal, I love Cal, I love Cal. I really have a hard job. They both are so beautiful! [ laughs] They’re beautiful people. I have a very tough job.
So tough. But before we talk about that love triangle, I’ve got to give you props. Your shock when Dom tells Kacey he’s ready for a relationship was hilarious.
“Shut up. Shut up.” [ laughs] That line was actually a throwback to Brittany Snow when we were doing “American Dreams” way back in the day. We both lived in this apartment complex together because we both moved — I moved from Canada and she moved from Florida — and we had this neighbor who would talk on her phone really late at night. She would just be like, “Shut up! Shut. Up. Shut up!” So when I said that line at the end of the last episode when Dom says he’s ready to go all in and move forward with our relationship, I purely did that for Brittany Snow. That was a pure throwback message to Brittany Snow.
New event photos in the Vanessa Lengeies Fan Gallery from the “Glee” 100th Episode Celebration.
One bar. One night. Ten single people. Or if “Lost” happened in a bar, as “Mixology” producers jokingly described their new ABC sitcom that takes place over the course of one evening.
Front and center in the ensemble is former “Glee” star Vanessa Lengies (or maybe you remember her from her breakout role as the saucy BFF in “American Dreams”). This time around, she’ll play cocktail waitress Kacey in the first scripted show from Ryan Seacrest.
While Ryan won’t appear in the show — he’s too busy dealing with Kim Kardashian, he joked to reporters — Seacrest did make a cameo in Lengies’ Instagram Takeover for Yahoo TV at the TV Critics Association press tour. From a Chipotle pit stop and time in hair and makeup to goofing around with her castmates and talking business with the boss man, Lengies snapped pics throughout her busy press day. Here are some of the highlights:
Tons of new event photos up in the Vanessa Lengies Fan Gallery from the Mixology TCA event. Thanks to Holly For the HQ Ones.
Big gallery update to the Vanessa Lengies Fan Gallery – over 400 screencaps from season 3 of American Dreams.
ABC has firmed up its midseason scheduling plans. With Super Fun Night only getting a Back 4 order, the network will try out another new comedy series, Mixology, in the Wednesday 9:30 PM slot behind Modern Family. The high-concept series, which takes place at a bar over the course of one night and features a 10-member core cast, will premiere on February 26. ABC previously used flagship Modern Family to launch another single-camera young ensemble comedy, Happy Endings, which recently ended its run. Meanwhile, Suburgatory will return to its original Tuesday 8:30 PM slot where it was so successful in its first season, launching Season 3 on January 15 to succeed departing Back In The Game.