Aug 02, 2020
Out of Exile: Pretty Little Liars Fame Ryan Merriman, Hayley McFarland and Peter Greene to Lead Upcoming Crime-Thriller
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Pretty Little Liars actors Ryan Merriman, Hayley McFarland And Peter Greene e set to play lead roles in crime thriller “Out of Exile”. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kyle Kauwika Harris is directing the movie from his own script. The independent film also features Adam Hampton, Karrie Cox and Kyle Jacob Henry.The story revolves around a recently paroled thief, Gabriel Russell, who tries to sort his life and bring together a troubled family as an FBI agent hunts him down, along with his crew after a botched armoured car robbery. The Girls I’ve Been: Millie Bobby Brown to Star As the Lead in Upcoming Netflix Series Based on Tess Sharpe’s Novel
Through Films and Perm Machine, in association with Freestyle Creative and Axtion Pictures, are producing the project. The film will start shooting in Oklahoma in October. “I’m so excited to be working with this incredible cast to bring life to a powerful story about violence and the legacy of generational trauma. Brujo: Diego Boneta to Play Infamous Cult Leader and Serial Killer Adolfo Constanzo in HBO Max’s Limited Series
Oklahoma is home and makes a perfect backdrop for this film and we’re excited to be going into producing in October in a safe and responsible way” Harris said in a statement.
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Yeoman, who coached Houston for 25 seasons, dead at 92
The university announced the death Wednesday without providing details. Son, Bill Jr., told ESPN his father died of pneumonia and kidney failure.
The school’s first inductee into the College Football Hall of Fame, Yeoman coached the Cougars from 1962-1986. In 1964, he signed running back Warren McVea as the school’s first Black football player.
A lineman and team captain at Army, Yeoman was known for the veer offense that helped the Cougars lead the nation in total offense from 1966-1968.
“Coach Yeoman was a leader and visionary in our game,” current Houston coach Dana Holgorsen said. “Not only was he a Hall of Fame coach, but also he brought our program to national prominence during his tenure. His legacy will live on in our program and will stand the test of time.”
Yeoman led Houston to 11 bowls and a winning record in 17 of his 25 seasons. His teams finished ranked 11 times, including in 1976 when the team ended the season No. 4 in The Associated Press poll.
He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2001 and was also in the Southwest Conference Hall of Honor, the Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame and won the Paul Bear Bryant Lifetime Achievement Award in 2002.
“For three decades, coach Yeoman worked tirelessly to build the foundation and set the standard for success at the University of Houston,” Houston athletic director Chris Pezman said. “He was one of the most innovative minds in the history of the support, securing his place in the College Football Hall of Fame. Coach Yeoman will always be beloved by his players and dedicated his life to helping them succeed on and off the playing field.”
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