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The four-week shoot is taking place in Gilroy and the Central Valley area of California with production wrapping Friday.
4 on the Hot 100 and landed the top spot on the top 40 chart.held at the Museum of Modern Art on Sunday (October 25) in New York City.The 40-year-old actress and Toni, 42, were joined by co-star Tyson Ritter, director Catherine Hardwicke, as well as Cuba Gooding Jr.Many would've tried to chase the success rather than go dark for three years; instead, the band says they shrugged off label pressure and took the opportunity for a breather after three back-to-back albums. You don't really grow up."To kick off their mid-20s, Ritter and guitarist Nick Wheeler moved to Los Angeles, a leap into adulthood that came without an instruction manual."I've been in a time capsule since I was 17," Ritter told on the "Beekeeper's Daughter" set, his blue eyes brightening the overcast Universal Studios backlot. "I just pushed everything away and lost myself to this crazy city and bad kids," Ritter said.and model Julie Henderson at the event hosted by Montblanc and The Cinema Society.
Frederick Cipoletti is directing from a script he co-wrote with Jonathan Rosenthal.
So hopefully that happens." Three years later, it remains to be seen if the pop charts are ready to be given "Hell" again -- a question Ritter thinks has helped keep many of their peers from matching their longevity.
"[The] music climate has changed so much for bands, especially bands with guitars in their hands…
As the band's new single -- "Beekeeper's Daughter" (out Jan.
31) -- blares from a PA, the flannel-clad actors push and toss the lanky singer out of camera range. It's an oddly symbolic moment in the shoot for the alternative act's "Beekeeper's Daughter" video, which is otherwise cluttered with colorful silliness (red-painted she-devils, a barbershop quartet wiggling jazz-hands, a particularly tan Wayne Newton).
The Rejects had become a rock band with a radio smash -- a rarity even in the months before Lady Gaga helped usher a new era of dance music onto the airwaves.