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Paramount Pictures and Winkler Films present a 111 minute, R rated, Crime, Drama, Thriller, directed by Rupert Wyatt, written by William Monahan and James Toback with a theater release date of December 25, 2014.

Fox Searchlight Pictures, New Regency Pictures, Worldview Entertainment and Grisbi Productions present an R rated, 119 minute, Comedy, Drama, directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, screenplay by Gonzalez Inarritu and Nicolas Giacobone with a theater release date of January 2, 2015.

Working Title Films and Focus Features present a PG-13, 123 minute, Biography, Drama, Romance, directed by James Marsh, screenplay by Anthony McCarten, and book by Jane Hawking with a theater release date of November 7, 2014.

MAN’S BEST FRIEND LEADS ONE WOMAN TO TRUE LOVE WHEN

PARENTHOOD’S’ ERIKA CHRISTENSEN STARS IN

MY BOYFRIENDS’ DOGS’ A HALLMARK CHANNEL ORIGINAL MOVIE WORLD PREMIERE OCTOBER 18

BASED ON THE NOVEL BY DANDI DALEY MACKALL

Part of Hallmark Channel’s PET PROJECT Initiative to Help Homeless Pets Find Their Forever Home; Joyce DeWitt and Teryl Rothery Co-Star

Must love dogs! Erika Christensen (“Parenthood”) adopts a trio of canine companions while looking for love when she stars in “My Boyfriends’ Dogs” a Hallmark Channel Original Movie World Premiere Saturday, October 18 at 9pm ET/PT, 8C, part of PET PROJECT, the network’s evergreen initiative to help homeless animals find their forever home. The film stars Christensen as an unlucky-in-love woman who has only been able to find the loyal companionship in the unconditional love of her ex-boyfriend’s pups.  “My Boyfriends’ Dogs” is based on the popular fiction novel of the same name, written by Dandi Daley Mackall.  Joyce DeWitt (“Three’s Company”), Teryl Rothery (“Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove”), Emily Holmes (“Snakes on a Plane”), Jeremy Guilbaut (“The L.A. Complex”), Tyron Leitso (“Being Erica”) and Jesse Hutch (“Arrow”) co-star.

We are proud to adapt and bring to the screen ‘My Boyfriends’ Dogs,’ a delightful tale that our viewers will certainly love,” said Michelle Vicary, Executive Vice President, Programming for Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel. “The very gifted and talented Erika Christensen will grace Hallmark Channel viewers with her humor, wit and charm and we are honored to work with one of Hollywood’s most sought-after young stars.”

Bailey Daley (Christensen) is a hapless young bride who has run away from the altar with not one, but three dogs she adopted from past relationships. Running into a small diner one rainy evening in a soaked wedding dress with her dogs at her feet, Bailey launches into the story of her strange predicament to the restaurant owners, Louie (Michael Kopsa, “Fringe”) and Nikki (DeWitt).  She explains that she hasn’t been able to find the right love, always longing for the more loyal, stable companionship she finds in her ex-boyfriends’ canine companions.  Against the knowing advice of her mother Dina (Rothery) and best friend Amber (Holmes), Bailey tries to transform herself into the perfect fit for each new guy she meets—athletic Wade (Hutch), moody Jonathan (Oliver Rice, “On Hollowtree Farm”), and, finally, wealthy Eric (Guilbaut).  As each relationship ends, Bailey adopts her ex’s dogs, but remains hopelessly single.  Until, a twist of fate that stormy night leads her to realize that true puppy love happens only after one stops searching for it.

My Boyfriends’ Dogs” is a Boyfriend’s Dogs Films Inc. production.  Executive Producers are Howard Braunstein, Marcy Gross and Ann Weston. Christian Bruyere is the producer. Terry Ingram directed from a teleplay by Gary Goldstein and Jon Maas. Based on the novel My Boyfriends’ Dogs by Dandi Daley Mackall.

 

HALLMARK CHANNEL/ ‘MY BOYFRIENDS’ DOGS’

Hallmark Channel, owned and operated by Crown Media Holdings, Inc., is a 24-hour basic cable network that provides a diverse slate of high-quality family entertainment available in high definition (HD) and standard definition (SD) to a national audience of 86 million subscribers. Hallmark Channel is the nation’s leading destination for quality family programming featuring an ambitious slate of original content, including movies; scripted series, such as Cedar Cove, When Calls the Heart, and Signed, Sealed, Delivered; annual specials like Hero Dog Awards and Kitten Bowl; and a daily 2-hour lifestyle show, Home & Family. Hallmark Channel is also home to annual holiday franchise, Countdown to Christmas, featuring a lineup of 24/7 holiday programming, including The 12 New Movies of Christmas. Rounding out the networks’ lineup are television’s most beloved sitcoms and series, including The Golden Girls, The Middle, Little House on the Prairie, and Frasier. Hallmark Channel's sibling network, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, available in HD and SD, features a unique mix of content including original movies and acquired series that are dramatic in tone and focus on the lighter side of the mystery genre, as well as classic presentations from the acclaimed Hallmark Hall of Fame library.

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For Immediate Release: October 7, 2014

BETHESDA, MD—The Cat Daddy himself, Jackson Galaxy, stars in Alley Cat Allies’ National Feral Cat Day®  (Oct. 16) Public Service Announcement (PSA) to help raise awareness of community cat care.

On his popular Animal Planet show “My Cat From Hell,” Galaxy works with cats of all kinds, and teaches cat owners how to provide an enriched environment for their furry family members. But Galaxy’s love for cats doesn’t stop there. 

The PSA shares the important message that outdoor cats deserve the same love and respect as the cats who share our homes.

“Whether you call them family cats, house cats, feral cats, community cats, alley cats…it doesn’t matter,” says Galaxy in the PSA. “They are our cats, our community cats, and they deserve our love and our protection.”

This year marks the 14th annual National Feral Cat Day®  and the theme—TNR: From the Alley…to Main Street—represents how far Trap-Neuter-Return has come. Starting in the alleyways with volunteers and rescue groups, TNR is now finding its way into shelters and animal control policies.

“Trap-Neuter-Return has become the mainstream way to care for community cats,” says Becky Robinson, president and founder of Alley Cat Allies. “If your local shelter isn’t doing TNR they are behind the times, and you should ask them to adopt the program. It saves lives and tax dollars.”

There are over 450 cities and counties with official ordinances or policies endorsing TNR and there are more than 600 nonprofit groups across the country practicing TNR.

Determined to change the state of cat care provided in our country’s animal sheltering system, Alley Cat Allies was the first to advocate for TNR for community cats in 1990. Since then a groundswell of support has arisen for community cats and their care. Learn more at www.alleycat.org.

The video is available at www.alleycat.org/FeralCatDayPSA

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About Alley Cat Allies  Alley Cat Allies is the only national advocacy organization dedicated to the protection and humane treatment of cats. Founded in 1990, today Alley Cat Allies has over half a million supporters and helps tens of thousands of individuals, communities, and organizations save and improve the lives of millions of cats and kittens nationwide.

ASIG Productions, Castle Rock Entertainment, Foresight Productions, Envision Entertainment and Clarius Entertainment present a 94 minute, PG-13, Romance, Drama, Comedy, directed by Rob Reiner and written by Mark Andrus with a theater release date of July 25, 2014.

“A fun book! Life’s a Bark captures the spirit of what is fundamentally canine and offers lots of ideas of how we can practically insert what dogs teach us into our lives, no matter what life throws our way.”
—Steve Dale, author of Chicago Tribune’s nationally-syndicated column My Pet World and host of Steve Dale’s Pet World, WGN Radio-Chicago 
What You Can Learn about Life and Love…from Your Dog Canine Expert Larry Kay Shares How Your Dog Can Unlock the Simple Joys in Your Life 
Larry Kay says, “Treat me like a dog.” It sounds funny, but he’s right: the days are long gone when being “treated like a dog” was a bad thing. What if we treat everyone—ourselves included—the way beloved dogs treat us: with loyal companionship? New research proves what dog lovers have long known: their canine friends can connect with humans on a deep emotional level, with empathy, compassion, and care. 
In his upcoming book, Life’s a Bark: What Dogs Teach Us About Life and Love (ISBN: 9781402293498; JUNE 2014; $14.99 U.S.; Gift; Hardcover), dog-training expert Larry Kay explores the question: “How might we change for the better if we took lessons from the dog’s playbook of life?”  
Filled with 123 touching photos, 60 hilarious and heartwarming lessons, and packed with practical tips on life  and love, Life’s a Bark shows dog lovers how easy it is to learn from their canine companions’ positive outlooks.  
Listen Well. When we need to talk, a loyal dog stays by us with patient attention. Try listening to someone without giving advice. 
Love Me As I Am. Dogs accept themselves as they are. When you have a negative thought, interrupt that pessimistic pattern by acting like a dog: smile and pant. (Bonus points for scratching your head with your foot!) 
Facts about Larry Kay • His Facebook page has more than 190,000 dog-loving fans • His credo is: “When we discover pets, we discover ourselves.” • His book on dog training won two national book awards • His dog-care DVD for kids won five awards • Canine journalism credits include The Westminster Dog Show, AOL, Dog Fancy, American Animal Hospital Association • His personal brand, Positively Woof, celebrates our human-animal bond with the Power of ARF: Advocacy, Readiness, Fun Visit Larry Kay— • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PositivelyWoof • Website: http://positivelywoof.com/lifes-a-bark-press-kit



Twentieth Century Fox, Fox 2000 Pictures and Temple Hill Entertainment present a PG-13, 125 minute, Romance, Drama, directed by Josh Boone, written by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, book by John Green with a theater release date of June 6, 2014.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Gulfstream Pictures and Happy Madison Productions present a 117 minute, PG-13, comedy, directed by Frank Coraci, written by Ivan Menchell and Clare Sera with a theater release date of May 23, 2014.

Focus Features, Treehouse Pictures, Aversano Films, What If It Barks Films and Ninja Runnin’ Wild Productions present a 94 minute, R rated, romantic comedy, directed and written by Tom Gormican with a theater release date of January 31, 2014.

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