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A biopic on former Red Sox ace Bill “Spaceman” Lee is heading to theaters this summer and, judging by the first trailer, the film looks pretty insane.
The teaser for Spaceman, which hit the web on Tuesday, features Transformers star Josh Duhamel as the infamous pitcher, complete with the scraggly facial hair and propensity for drug use.
“I have always been in favor of drug testing in sports. Yeah, I like to test them all,” the actor says in the clip, an homage to one of Lee’s popular quotes.
According to the Boston Globe, the film was originally titled The Wrong Stuff and is based on Lee’s 1985 autobiography of the same name.
The movie, which also stars Ghostbusters alum Ernie Hudson, will chronicle the pitcher’s career following his departure from the Montreal Expos in 1982.
“The movie is a chapter of my life and it’s the worst chapter,” Lee told the Globe. “It’s a Greek tragedy.”
In addition to having a film made about him, Lee is looking to make a run in politics as he recently announced his campaign to be the governor of Vermont.
The self-describe socialist and Bernie Sanders fan told ESPN last month that he think he can will votes from both sides of the aisle, but isn’t sure if he can win over centrists.
“I got the left-wing vote and I got the right-wing vote,” Lee said. Now all I got to do is ascertain how I’m going to get the middle to like me.”
Spaceman hits theaters and on demand services on August 19. [Source]
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The General Motors Company has been a supporter of the US military for more than 100 years, offering veteran support programs, employment programs, and an automotive military discount, but GMC has recently announced a new initiative that will help build smart homes for injured military members.
As a continuation of the #enlistme campaign that began in 2015, the GMC brand is asking Americans for help in achieving the goal of veteran support program, Building for America’s Bravest, which has the desire to build more than 200 life-changing smart homes for handicapped servicemen and women.
GMC has already committed up to $2 million for this project through the end of 2016 and the brand also partnered with Hollywood star Josh Duhamel, who will serve as its #enlistme campaign ambassador. Duhamel grew up near a military base in North Dakota and his aunt and grandfather are both military veterans.
“I feel it’s my duty as an American, and as a supporter of our veterans, to do as much as I can to bring awareness to the work of Building for America’s Bravest,” Duhamel is quoted as saying in a GMC press release. “I hope you will join me in enlisting to support this incredible cause.”
Following the announcement yesterday of the official title for Transformers 5 as Transformers: The Last Knight, Paramount Pictures has confirmed that actor Josh Duhamel will reprise his role of Lieutenant Colonel Lennox. Duhamel appeared in the first three films in the franchise but did not appear in the fourth.
The Transformers: The Last Knight cast also includes the return of Transformers: Age of Extinction star Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager as well as newcomer Isabela Moner (100 Things to Do Before High School, Growing Up Fisher) as the film’s female lead, Izabella. Jerrod Carmichael (The Carmichael Show, Neighbors) is also set to play an unspecified leading role.
Production on Transformers: The Last Knight is set to begin June 6 in Detroit with production planned to take place at various locations around the world.
Michael Bay returns to the director’s chair for the film, which is set to be written by Iron Man scribes Art Marcum & Matt Holloway and Ken Nolan (Black Hawk Down). Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Don Murphy and Tom DeSanto will produce the sequel. [Source]
The North Dakota Tourism Division is basing much of its 2016 campaign around actor Josh Duhamel, a North Dakota native.
In print advertising, on TV talk shows, on the cover of the state travel guide and on the internet, Duhamel is seen visiting his home state and talking about his favorite places to visit and favorite things to do in North Dakota.
Duhamel, of course, lives in southern California with his wife, Stacie Ann Ferguson (better known as Fergie, from the Black Eyed Peas), and their son. But Duhamel, who was born and reared in Minot, and attended Minot State University, has kept in touch with his home state.
Asked in one ad for his favorite things to do in North Dakota, Duhamel responded, “Beside pushing hay bales, it’s seeing family and friends, spending time at Lake Metigoshe, driving to Fargo to see my dad, and stopping in small towns I have never been to and grabbing a beer with locals.”
And if you don’t believe him, there is a series of promotional videos on YouTube showing Duhamel driving, biking and hiking across North Dakota.
To film the videos, “We spent eight days going across the state, seeing things I had never seen before,” Duhamel said on the Today Show. “It’s beautiful. It’s one of the best-kept secrets in the country.”