The soundtrack to "Welcome to the Rileys," which mostly features a score by Marc Streitenfeld, hits digitally and physically November 9 via Lakeshore Records.
Directed by Jake Scott (the son of Ridley Scott), the film stars Kristen Stewart, James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo, David Jensen, and centers on a damaged man (Gandolfini) on a business trip to New Orleans who seeks salvation by caring for a wayward young stripper (Stewart). The soundtrack does also feature the Ying Yang Twins' "Jigglin" and "URA Fever" by The Kills, both of which are played in the strip club where Stewart's character works (don't get too excited, while it's Rated R, we're pretty sure you see no K-Stew skin).
Originally scheduled for a November 5 release in theaters, the film was recently bumped up one week to a October 29 date. You can watch the trailer here and you can see the tracklist below.
Over the last couple of weeks, The Hollywood Cog has given me a few scoops that fall in the “interested” category, which is to say: The actors are “interested” in these particular projects, but they are not attached, they are not signed, and the projects themselves — while in development — have not even been greenlit. When an actors marks himself down as “interested,” it basically means he or she is saying, “Hey! The pitch sounds cool. Send my agent the script when it’s finished, and I’ll take a look.” One of those “interested” stories was Sandra Bullock and Steve Carell being interested in Tom Perotta’s Abstinence Teacher, which has already been reported elsewhere. These potential casting notes fall under that same category — they’re iffy, at best. So, if you must label, then label the following as rumors, though interesting ones:
THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE DVD/Blu-Ray hits shelves December 4, 2010! Not only will you be able to own the movie nationwide that day, but you can also get every available special feature (including audio commentaries w/ Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Stephenie Meyer) in one place when you buy the 2-Disc National DVD or the Blu-ray/DVD Combo!