A couple of days ago we broke the news that The Asylum was readying its first theatrical feature. Well, it’s still happening; only now it has a bit of a different title. That’s right, kids! Don’t Hold Your Breath has become Hold Your Breath.
Also some new casting news has come our way for the flick: Joining “30 Rock” beauty Katrina Bowden, Randy Wayne and Gerald Webb will be none other than … wait for it … wait … for … it …. ERIN MARIE HOGAN, who’s pictured below in the largest image we could possibly find of her. The star of Paranormal Entity began her career at the age of three when she constructed a stage from cardboard building blocks in her pre-school classroom and directed her classmates in a “performance.” She started her formal training when she enrolled in the Ballet Conservatory at age 5. She continued with voice, dance and theater instruction throughout her school years. As a high school student, she earned scholarships to the St. Louis Opera Theatre’s Summer Training Program and competed in many local, state and national vocal competitions with great success. She holds a degree in video production and music from Webster University in St. Louis.
Erin has appeared in several feature films, including the aforementioned Paranormal Entity and 6 Guns, and in numerous short films including Red Ink and Mistaken Love Stories, Part II. She produced and directed the short film Stiletto Kitten. She also appeared in numerous stage productions, portraying “Maria” in the Sound of Music and “Rose Smith” in Meet Me in St. Louis among others. In 2005 she appeared as “Miss Kitty” at Six Flags St. Louis and has performed at both the Fox Theatre and Powell Symphony Hall in St. Louis.
Erin was born on September 22nd, 1985, in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA.
As per our last article:
“Are you familiar with the old wives’ tale that you should hold your breath when passing by a cemetery lest an evil spirit rejected by both heaven and hell gets inside of you when you inhale? Someone in a carload of college kids on holiday doesn’t hold his/her breath when driving by a graveyard, allowing the spirit of a recently executed serial killer to get inside him/her to begin a spree of body-jumping carnage.”
“In that regard, the title Don’t Hold Your Breath doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. They should hold their breath, right? I wouldn’t be surprised if the title gets changed before its release.”
See, Foy? You talk; they listen. It’s a beautiful thing!
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