Backstreet Boy Makes Movie Debut

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My favorite Backstreet Boy, Kevin Richardson, got good reviews for stepping into Chicago on Broadway a few years ago, and now he's taken another career advance by going Indie-wood.

He co-stars in the Steve Balderson-directed The Casserole Club, a Mad Men-era glimpse into the dark side of California suburbia, digging behind all the manicured lawns and nails to find lust, competition, and misogyny.

Kevin plays a prick of a husband who feels "a man's job is to be horny" -- and he's pretty convincing about it!

Also aboard is The L Word's Daniela Sea, who's great as a desperate housewife, uttering comments like, "Jesus, the tension in here is as thick as Nixon."

The film plays Visionfest '11 on June 24.

Quit playing games with my heart and get a ticket.


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8 comments
NoryD
NoryD

Yeah!!! Kev you are a great artist no matter what you do!!!!!

Movielover
Movielover

He looks sexy in that pic, but I could do without that little mustache.  I bet it feel like a nail brush when kissing.

Ashley M.
Ashley M.

I grew up with BSB and I met Kevin in LA last December. It breaked my heart a little bit cause he doesn't look too happy imo. I met the rest of the boys last summer and I'm proud of both Nick and AJ, they've come a long long way.

Loverboi
Loverboi

Nick became dead to me when he was alleged to have hit Paris Hilton. I always had a crush on Kevin.

Dorf
Dorf

Kevin was my second favorite Backstreet after Nick Carter. Glad to hear he might still have some kind of a career. The others don't, do they?

Ashley M.
Ashley M.

They're still touring and doing music. In fact they are on tour right now with the New Kids on the Block. I have tickets for both Toronto dates. Sold out dates I might add.

Sam
Sam

Actually, they are one of this summers hottest tour tickets. You must be living under a rock if you didn't know that.

Dorf
Dorf

"Living under a rock"? No, I'm not. I'm aware that they are a nostalgia act on the road. Is that the same thing as a career involving new projects--i.e. making a movie, like Kevin has done? No, it is not. 

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