Official Trailer for Thriller 'Grey Lady' Starring Eric Dane & Natalie Zea
"It all ends here! No more lies!" Beacon Pictures and Broadvision Entertainment have released an official trailer for an indie thriller titled Grey Lady, from director/actor John Shea. The movie stars Eric Dane (seen in Marley & Me, Valentine's Day, "Grey's Anatomy", "The Last Ship") as a Boston police officer who goes to Nantucket to investigate the murder of his partner, but discovers more than he bargained for. The cast includes Natalie Zea as a woman he befriends who helps him around the town, plus Amy Madigan, Adrian Lester, Carolyn Stotesbery, Chris Meyer, and Rebecca Gayheart; as well as director John Shea in a small role. This looks pretty much straight-to-TV quality, but it is surprisingly going to theaters.
Here's the official US trailer (+ poster) for John Shea's Grey Lady, direct from YouTube:
When Boston homicide detective James Doyle's partner is killed in an ambush, their dying words provide him with a clue that sends him to remote Nantucket Island. There in the grey off-season his hunt for the killer leads him to the heart of island where not even he can hide from the truth. Grey Lady is directed by American actor-turned-filmmaker John Shea, who has directed only one other film previously from 1998 titled Southie. The screenplay is also written by John Shea; from a story written by John Shea and Armyan Bernstein. Beacon & Broadvision will release Grey Lady in select theaters starting April 28th this spring.
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
I don't know. Looks like something to wait for cable time ...
shiboleth on Mar 31, 2017
Hey Bo, sorry for late answer. Life and stuff drag me in other directions. Yes, I agree, it looks mediocre, but I guess it will have its audience if it's made decently but without any inspiration. Of course, beautiful women always make us, huh, somehow shallow, but so what? We all sometimes dive into ourselves and is good that someone else, from time to time, incite us to come to surface. I believe that was always one of the purposes of films...
shiboleth on Apr 2, 2017
Most definitely chief. I get carried away with some of my ideas, sometimes. Thanks for clearing that up. Enjoy yourself ,..
shiboleth on Apr 3, 2017
Yikes. These two actors are great on television, but films...yeah can't support this.
DAVIDPD on Mar 31, 2017
It's shot like a tv series. And for a film noir, there is too much bright light in it. The trailer is awfully edited, but there's a chance the movie could be a good surprise.
tarek on Apr 1, 2017
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