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D.W. Thomas

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Too Late / Film School Radio interview with Director D.W. Thomas

KUCI: Film School

Director D.W. Thomas’, Too Late, cozy horror comedy set in the Los Angeles indie comedy scene features Violet Fields who works a thankless job as the assistant to Bob Devore, famed comedian and host of the live variety show, Too Late. But what only Violet knows is that Bob is a monster both literally and figuratively. Resigned to her fate, Violet is caught by surprise when she meets aspiring comedian Jimmy Rhodes and sparks fly. But as her feelings for Jimmy grow and Bob starts to doubt her loyalty, she and Jimmy could end up as Bob’s next meal. TOO LATE is the debut feature film from director D.W. Thomas and writer Tom Becker. It stars Alyssa Limperis (Aunty Donna's Big Ol' House of Fun), Ron Lynch (Bob’s Burgers, Adventure Time), Will Weldon (Comedy Central’s This Isn’t Happening), Mary Lynn Rajskub (24, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia), Fred Armisen (SNL, Portlandia), Jenny Zigrino (Bad Santa 2, 50 Shades of Black), Jack De Sena (Avatar: The Last Airbender), and Brooks Wheelan (SNL). Director and writer D.W. Thomas joins us for a spirited conversation on comedy, fame, Hungarian Cultural Centers, Stand up, and a well-balanced diet. For news and screenings go to: toolatethemovie.com

3 Jul 2021

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D.W. Thomas Interview

The Multi-Media Men Podcast

Here is a NEW episode of The Celebrity Hour Podcast where the show is related to all things Movies, Music, and Entertainment! Here on this new episode, host Bryan Kluger from Boomstick Comics, High Def Digest, and Screen Rant joins filmmaker/editor D.W. Thomas as they talk music, Film, and more. Specifically, the big topic is Thomas' new and amazing horror-comedy film Too Late.WATCH TOO LATE HERE!Enjoy the show!iTUNES PODCASTSPOTIFY PODCASTAnd don’t forget to visit iTunes , Stitcher , I Heart Radio, and Spotify to subscribe to our podcast. You can also email us at mybloodypodcast@gmail.com. Enjoy the show and see you next week! Thank you for listening.

41mins

21 Jun 2021

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D.W. Thomas Interview

CELEBRITY HOUR

Here is a NEW episode of The Celebrity Hour Podcast where the show is related to... The post D.W. Thomas Interview appeared first on Boomstick Comics.

41mins

21 Jun 2021

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BEHIND THE LENS #314: Featuring Jessica Devaney and D.W. Thomas

Behind The Lens

A female-centric fun BEHIND THE LENS with this episode thanks to producer JESSICA DEVANEY and director D.W. THOMAS.First up, we're welcoming JESSICA DEVANEY, producer and founder/president of Multitude Films who joins us live off fresh off the world premiere at Tribeca of her latest film, PRAY AWAY. Just in time for Pride Month, Jessica talks about the genesis of Multitude Films and its mission. An LGBTQ-led independent production company, Multitude is dedicated to telling non-fiction stories by and about underrepresented communities. Listen as Jessica talks about founding Multitude, finding and developing stories, working hands-on/boots on the ground as a producer with specific films, film financing and hybridization, and more. Plus, just prior to airtime, the development deal between Steven Spielberg and Netflix was announced and we get Jessica's first impressions about streaming versus theatrical releasing, particularly in light of the Spielberg deal.Then get ready because co-writer/director and editor D.W. THOMAS is with us live talking about her new film and feature directorial debut with TOO LATE. A fun and funny dark comedic gem, not only does TOO LATE boast some first-rate production values, but a terrific cast.D.W. and I dig deep into the "making of" TOO LATE, a story set in the Los Angeles indie comedy scene focusing on Violet Fields, assistant to Bob Devore, famed comedian and host of the live variety show "Too Late". And while it's clear Bob is a monster of a boss, he may also be another kind of monster, one hungry for young comics and particularly, comedian Jimmy Rhodes, to whom Violet has taken more than a shine.Take a listen as we talk about this first-rate cast which includes Alyssa Limperis as Violet, Ron Lynch as Bob, plus Will Weldon, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Fred Armisen, Jenny Zigrino, Jack De Sena, and Brooks Wheelan, and then dive into the idea for this story and co-writing with Tom Becker, rich cinematography courtesy of Scott Toler Collins, the editing process and how her work as the film's editor impacted her directing and visuals, Sam Slosburg's production design, Mikel Hurwitz' score, finding comedy beats and pace, and more.http://eliasentertainmentnetwork.com

1hr 3mins

21 Jun 2021

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Episode 903: Film Director D.W. Thomas and Country Pop Artist Amanda Cooksey

Chris Collins Show

Director D.W. Thomas joins JUST TALKING to discuss her new Horror Comedy Too Late.  D.W. started off as video editor "polishing turds" and then one day decided to become a director so she could polish her own! Inspired by classic childhood 80’s flicks like Gremlins and her husband’s standup comedy career D.W. wanted to tell a campy horror story—but with a message. Films with scripted stand up jokes can feel forced.  D.W. gambled and won big.  She let the comedians use their own jokes and routines and it pays off.  Watch this film on all streaming services, select theaters and VOD. Visit https://toolatethemovie.com/ That gorgeous Nashville looker Amanda Cooksey joins STRIKE A CHORD to talk about her new track In Denial—and Chris “can’t help but fall in love with an artist who can sing and play guitar.” GUSH!  Cooksey finds “millennial love is tough.” Chris reminds Amanda “you don’t want to swipe right and regret later!”  In Denial is about going through the stages of a break up.  Amanda got over her break up—AND you can too!  Just don’t stay “in denial.” Listen on all major audio streaming services. Visit https://amandacooksey.com/

51mins

18 Jun 2021

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Director D.W. Thomas talks about her debut film, TOO LATE OPENING IN SELECT THEATERS & ON DIGITAL PLATFORMS ON JUNE 25. TOO LATE - STARRING ALYSSA LIMPERIS, RON LYNCH, WILL WELDON, MARY LYNN RAJSKUB, & FRED ARMISEN

KUCI: Get the Funk Out

OPENING IN SELECT THEATERS & ON DIGITAL PLATFORMS ON JUNE 25STARRING ALYSSA LIMPERIS, RON LYNCH, WILL WELDON, MARY LYNN RAJSKUB, & FRED ARMISENThis cozy horror comedy set in the Los Angeles indie comedy scene features Violet Fields who works a thankless job as the assistant to Bob Devore, famed comedian and host of the live variety show, Too Late. But what only Violet knows is that Bob is a monster both literally and figuratively. Resigned to her fate, Violet is caught by surprise when she meets aspiring comedian Jimmy Rhodes and sparks fly. But as her feelings for Jimmy grow and Bob starts to doubt her loyalty, she and Jimmy could end up as Bob’s next meal.TOO LATE is the debut feature film from director D.W. Thomas and writer Tom Becker. It stars Alyssa Limperis (Aunty Donna's Big Ol' House of Fun), Ron Lynch (Bob’s Burgers, Adventure Time), Will Weldon (Comedy Central’s This Isn’t Happening), Mary Lynn Rajskub (24, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia), Fred Armisen (SNL, Portlandia), Jenny Zigrino (Bad Santa 2, 50 Shades of Black), Jack De Sena (Avatar: The Last Airbender), and Brooks Wheelan (SNL).

2 Jun 2021