It’s a fine turnout, especially given that on the very same night, another Helnwein compatriot, painter America Martin, is holding her wedding reception across town at the Silver Lake restaurant Cliff ’s Edge.This intensely loyal crowd—who, if they lived in New York, would almost certainly be regularly popping up in various Ryan Mc Ginley photo tableaux—has lately become increasingly conspicuous (and ubiquitous) across L. It consists of a mix of emerging artists, fashion designers and other Eastside illuminati, as well as their high-profile actor and musician fans, who also include Juliette Lewis, Danny Masterson, singersongwriter Beck and his wife, Marissa Ribisi, a designer for the Whitley Kros nouveau-boho clothing brand.This is where you can find all of our compiled announcements in one handy master post. Friday – Movies, Television, Comics, or Other Panels 4.We’ll be updating this post all the way until the schedules are officially announced – and it’s important to note that the schedule is never finalized until Comic-Con International or the various studios/entities reveal it. Saturday – Movies, Television, Comics, or Other Panels 5.Gabriel Bateman stars as Joshua Austin, an eight-year-old who lives across town from Kyle.To his family’s dismay, he appears to be in the clutches of demonic possession, but there’s something very different about this possession and its connection to Kyle Barnes. Philip Glenister stars as Reverend Anderson, a West Virginia evangelist who believes he is a soldier in God’s holy war against the forces of evil on Earth.An inveterate drinker and gambler, he doesn’t believe God intends people to sweat the small stuff.
Suspicions arise that Nick is responsible, and his awkward behavior is interpreted by the media as characteristic of a sociopath.
As the evening presses on, she’s swarmed by well-wishers, an intriguing number of whom are boldface fans.
star Jason Lee, the evening’s host, mugs with Helnwein for a photo, while scruffy Giovanni Ribisi ambles through, two moppets in tow.
Amy is revealed to be alive and well, having changed her appearance and gone into hiding in a distant campground.
With her alabaster complexion and shock of vermilion hair, Helnwein—the daughter of renowned Austrian avant-macabre art provocateur Gottfried Helnwein—seems almost set-designed to match her pencil sketches of yearning young ladies clutching odd accessories like crocodiles and kitchen appliances.