Don’t Worry Baby has an official Instagram account at @dontworrybaby2015 where new behind the scenes pictures and the official poster for the movie have been released over the past few days. You can view a behind the scenes picture with Dreama and the official poster below.
March 27th, 2015
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I have been able to update the gallery with 25 additional production stills of Dreama Walker in the Lifetime TV miniseries Seven Deadly Sins. Enjoy the new additions.
Don’t Worry Baby is set to premiere Thursday, April 16th at the 2015 Sarasota Film Festival which takes place from April 10 to April 19, 2015 in Sarasota, Florida. If you are a member you can buy tickets for the two screenings here.
DON’T WORRY BABY
Director: Julian Branciforte
Producers: Nick Shore, Brendan McHugh, Sam Harper, Thomas Kaler
Cast: Dreama Walker, Christopher McDonald, John Magaro, Talia Balsam, Tom Lipinski
In this refreshingly written and acted indie comedy, a father and son unknowingly sleep with the same woman, then four years later compete over the paternity of her child. What sounds like the plot twist in a juicy soap opera, is a topic that is explored with insightful humor and sensitivity.
John Magaro (Liberal Arts, Not Fade Away) and Christopher McDonald (Happy Gilmore, Requiem for a Dream) portray the competing father and son with depth and honesty. Dreama Walker (Compliance, Don’t Trust the B —- in Apartment 23) plays the unassuming two-timing girlfriend.
March 24th, 2015
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Several cast members of CBS’ Doubt have posted pictures from their last day on set of filming the pilot on Instagram. Sounds like the cast had a lot of fun shooting the pilot. Now we’ve got to keep our fingers crossed that CBS will pick up the pilot for a full season!
March 21st, 2015
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KaDee Strickland talked about Dreama’s new CBS pilot Doubt in a new interview, mentioned her and how wonderful the project is.
TVLINE | Lastly, and most simply said, how would you compare the character you’re playing in CBS’ Doubt pilot to Charlotte and Christy? [Strickland stars as a defense lawyer who gets romantically involved with a client who may or may not be guilty of a brutal crime.]
You know, she’s crackerjack smart, though the other two women definitely have a real savvy and a survival and an intelligence. And all of them have predictable love lives….
TVLINE | Your Doubt character is wrapped up in a funky situation, right?
Honey, it’s great, and this cast is remarkable. I cannot tell you what it was like to walk into the first table read and, “Hey, there’s Bill Irwin, there’s Kathleen Chalfant, Elliott Gould, Dule Hill.” It’s incredible. Dreama [Walker], Laverne [Cox]…. This cast is truly exceptional, and we’re super-happy to get Teddy [Sears], who is such an interesting choice for this [male lead]. I can’t tell you too much about anything, but the whole thing is phenomenal. Shooting it in New York….
TVLINE | Will it shoot in New York if it goes to series, you think?
Yeah, yeah. New York is a character. It has been glorious. It’s been glorious. Everything about it.
Dreama has landed a role in the CBS pilot Doubt opposite KaDee Strickland. Congratulations! It sounds like a very exciting show.
Don’t Trust the B—- star Dreama Walker is set to co-star opposite KaDee Strickland in Doubt, CBS’ hourlong pilot from Timberman/Beverly and CBS TV Studios. Written by Tony Phelan and Joan Rater and directed by Adam Bernstein, the project centers on Sadie (Strickland), a smart, chic, successful defense lawyer at a boutique firm who shockingly gets involved romantically with one of her clients who may or may not be guilty of a brutal crime.
Walker, repped by Gersh, will play Tiffany, a smart, hardworking second-year associate from Iowa who reports to Cameron (Laverne Cox). The project has assembled a solid cast that includes Elliott Gould and Dule Hill.
Sadly Dreama Walker’s Amazon Studios pilot Cocked was not picked up for a full season by Amazon. Instead full season orders went to two kids series The Stinky & Dirty Show and Just Add Magic as well as the series The Man in the High Castle, Mad Dogs and The New Yorker Presents. (Source: TV Line)
It’s a bummer that Cocked wasn’t picked up because the pilot was very entertaining and it would’ve been an interesting show for sure.
NBC has released more production stills of Dreama in the A to Z series finale titled M is for Meant To Be. The gallery has been updated with two additional episode stills and the first one has been replaced with HQ.
Don’t forget to watch the episode January 22nd at 9:30/8:30c on NBC!