To celebrate their new movie “Trust,” we had Katherine McNamara and Matthew Daddaro put their friendship to the test by taking a quiz to find out how well they really know each other. Do they both remember when they first met before Shadowhunters? What about each other’s birthdays?
Shadowhunters stars Katherine McNamara and Matthew Daddario are back sharing the screen once again — this time, in the new romantic drama Trust. In celebration of the film, we sat down with the duo over Zoom for a game of “Who’s Most Likely To.”
The official trailer for Matthew’s upcoming movie Trust has been released. Check it out below!
In this sexy and twisty ride, New York gallery owner Brooke and her husband Owen each face exceptional temptations, with most unexpected results.
Great news! Matthew’s upcoming movie Trust (previously known as Push) has been acquired. The movie is set to be released on March 12, in select theaters and via paid video on demand. Can’t wait to see this movie!
VARIETY – “Trust,” a new romantic drama starring Victoria Justice and Matthew Daddario, has sold key distribution rights to Vertical Entertainment.
The boutique distributor will roll out the film in North America, the U.K. and Ireland, Variety has learned. The release is set for March 12, in select theaters and via paid video on demand. Josh Spector negotiated the deal for Vertical, with UTA Independent Film Group on behalf of the filmmakers.
Set in the glamorous art worlds of Paris and New York, Justice plays a gallery owner married to a newscaster, played by Daddario. When two seductive strangers enter their lives (Lucien Laviscount and Katherine McNamara, respectively), the couple is faced with temptation, jealousy and a mystery that upends their lives. The Exchange is handling international sales on the project, directed by Brian DeCubellis.
“On behalf of my fellow producers, we are so excited to partner with Vertical Entertainment to bring our film ‘Trust’ to screens in North America and UK/IE. This stunningly talented cast and crew joined forces to pour so much passion into every shot of this chemistry-fest of a movie. As a filmmaker, I couldn’t be more proud or grateful of the collaborations and the outcome” DeCubellis said.
Rich Goldberg, Vertical’s co-president, said the film was “a star-powered, temptation driven film with enthralling performances from a talented cast. We’re thrilled to partner with the talented filmmaking team to bring the film to audiences this March.”
DeCubellis wrote the script with Kristen Lazarian and K.S. Bruce. He also produced with Steven Klinsky and Tom Guida. Corey Trent Ackerman, Maureen Sherry and Steven P. Wegner executive produced. Cinematography is by David Tumblety, with editing by Ann Husaini, and music by Joel Douek and Greg Pliska.
Exciting news! Matthew has joined the cast of Season 2 of Why Women Kill. Matthew’s sister, Alexandra, starred in the first season. There’s no date yet on when it will air, but we will let you know when we hear something!
TV LINE – Lana Parrilla has booked a new TV role, and this one seems only slightly less wicked than the last.
The Once Upon a Time alum is among four additions to Why Women Kill‘s Season 2 cast, TVLine has learned.
New episodes of the Marc Cherry-created anthology will take place in 1949, exploring “what it means to be beautiful, the hidden truth behind the facades people present to the world, the effects of being ignored and overlooked by society, and finally, the lengths one woman will go to in order to finally belong,” the logline teases.
Parrilla will co-star as Rita, the sardonic wife of the wealthy and evil (and yet-to-be-cast) Carlo Castillo. As she waits for her elderly husband to die, Rita runs the garden club with an iron fist and spends much of her time engaging in an affair with a younger lover.
Said lover, Scooter, will be played by Shadowhunters vet Matthew Daddario. A charming and sexy (but not-so-bright) aspiring actor, Scooter is well kept by Rita but — gasp! — pursues a secret relationship elsewhere. (Fun fact: Daddario is the younger brother of actress Alexandra Daddario, who appeared in Why Women Kill‘s first season.)
Also joining the cast are B.K. Cannon (Switched at Birth) as Dee, the wry and brassy daughter of Allison Tolman’s Alma, and Jordane Christie (Containment) as Vern, a tough and rugged private detective. As reported earlier this week, Nick Frost (Into the Badlands) will also co-star in Season 2, playing Alma’s husband.
There’s currently no timetable for Why Women Kill‘s return.
Back last Monday (August 26), Matthew attended the Los Angeles premiere of IT Chapter Two premiere. He was in attendance with his Shadowhunters co-star, Dom Sherwood! Check out a few photos in the gallery!
Hello Matthew fans! I have finally added the remaining episode stills and screen captures from the second half of the third season of Shadowhunters! Enjoy!
The Shadowhunters cast test how well they know each other as they play Who Said It: Twitter Edition. The final episodes of Shadowhunters begin Monday, February 25 on Freeform. #ShadowhuntersLegacy
Harry Shum Jr. and Matthew Daddario, Magnus Bane and Alec Lightwood in Shadowhunters, put their friendship to the test by playing The Newlywed Game. The final episodes of Shadowhunters begin Monday, February 25 on Freeform. #ShadowhuntersLegacy
I’m sad to say that Shadowhunters has not been renewed for a fourth season. The second half of season three will air in 2019 and the series will also have a special two-hour final to close the series. You can tweet on twitter #SaveShadowhunters and #RenewShadowhunters to help see if Netflix can pick up the series.
VARIETY – Freeform has canceled supernatural drama series “Shadowhunters.” The show will end with a special two-hour final at the close of the upcoming second half of season three.
“We are very proud of ‘Shadowhunters,’ a series that broke new ground in the genre world and became a fan favorite,” the network said in a statement. “However, along with our partners at Constantin, we reached the very difficult decision not to renew the show for a fourth season. But as big supporters and fans ourselves, Freeform insisted on and championed the filming of a special two-part finale that would give devoted fans a proper ending. The twelve episodes will air in spring of 2019. We want to thank our talented creators, producers, cast and crew along with our colleagues at Constantin for their hard work and dedication and to Cassie Clare for her incredible book series. We look forward to the final chapter of this breakthrough drama.”
“Shadowhunters” is produced by Constantin Films. Todd Slavkin, Darren Swimmer, McG, Matt Hastings, Mary Viola, Martin Moszkowicz and Robert Kulzer serve as executive producers. The second half of the show’s third and final season — which will consist of 12 all-new episodes — is slated to premiere in spring 2019