Welcome to Michael C. Hall Online, a website dedicated to Michael C.
Hall, the accomplished and unique Emmy nominated actor best known for his roles in Showtime's
Dexter, HBO's Six Feet Under and feature films like Gamer or various stage shows.
On this unofficial fan site you will find an archive of Michael's career including photographs, videos, information and the latest news on this gifted actor.
The website GordonandtheWhale.com reviewed Peep World, which screened at the Austin Film Festival recently, and they also showcased the first still. The movie got a solid 3 1/2 out of 5 stars and really sounds interesting. I’m very excited to see the film myself. Read the full review on their site and the still is in the gallery.
Michael C. Hall, known as either the gay guy from Six Feet Under or the badass in Dexter, here plays a giant coward who does nothing when his father (Ron Rifkin) gives him a good tongue-lashing. It’s nice to see Hall spread out his abilities. He’s now completed the trifecta in acting (gay, badass, sissy).
Peep World plays out like a 90 minute episode of your favorite sitcom. Larry David, Bill Cosby, Ray Romano, etc. should be proud of director Barry W. Blaustein’s latest work. Every decision the characters make on screen result in an awkward and hilarious moment nobody wants to get caught in. The only thought that comes to mind is: better them than me. Peep World is a strangly enjoyable look at how sometimes family can be an asshole. Not mine, of course.
Finally got the time to add the latest Michael events. This update includes pictures from the 62nd Annual Emmy Awards, The Toronto International Film Festival premiere of Peep World (as well as photoshoot portraits) and Stand Up To Cancer. Enjoy!
A big-name cast wearily goes through the motions in helmer Barry W. Blaustein’s hackneyed black comedy “Peep World.” This tale of a dysfunctional Jewish family celebrating the 70th birthday of its nasty patriarch (Ron Rifkin) is so lame that it barely gets a rise out of permanent erection jokes. Pic is unlikely to make much of a peep in theatrical (IFC picked up U.S. rights at Toronto), but ancillary beckons.
Speaking in the solemn tones of a trailer voiceover, an unseen narrator (Lewis Black) introduces the four messed-up Meyerowitz siblings, all farcical caricatures. The youngest, condescending Nathan (Ben Schwartz), has penned the eponymous bestselling roman a clef, leading bitchy, struggling actress sister Cheri (Sarah Silverman) to sue him for libel. Cheri’s grudge is aggravated by the fact that the movie version of the book is shooting outside her window, and her father’s young girlfriend (Alicia Witt) is playing her.
In late April, Michael was photographed filming on location in Los Angeles for his upcoming film Peep World. Some of the pictures are really funny as the scene looks pretty intense. I can’t wait to see this!
Peep World is the story of a family on a collision course with itself. A plan bringing four siblings together to celebrate their father’s 70th birthday degenerates into an absurd theater of accusation and resentment as they come to terms with a novel written by one of the siblings that exposes the family’s most intimate secrets.
How awesome, Michael has signed up for a new film!
The cast for Occupant Films’ indie film Peep World is steadily growing: Dexter‘s Michael C. Hall and Ben Schwartz have been cast to star in the dysfunctional family flick, while two other actors, Rainn Wilson and Sarah Silverman, are in negotiations. The Ringer director Barry Blaustein has signed on to direct Show, which revolves around a family that gets in a fight after one writes a novel inspired by them.
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