"Look for the theatrical premier of Space Station 76 in September 2014, followed by a DVD release in fall 2014."
- Burba & Hayes (co-producers of SS76) [x]


I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for the love and support throughout the years. You’ve all helped me through this journey and I have learned a lot and really come into my own and the response to today’s announcement truly overwhelmed me and reminds me of why I chose to do this publicly.

I think we all evolve as we get older and that’s normal but I like to think that my recent transition hasn’t made me into a different individual. Same person, no difference at all just a different sex . I hope you can all understand that.

I would also like to to reach out to all young gender non-conforming youth out there: I know it’s hard, I’ve been there, but remember it’s your right to be accepted as what you identify with—-you deserve the same respect as any other human being on this planet. As a transgender woman I hope to show that after transition (a life-saving process) one can be happy and successful in their new chapter without having to alienate their past. Most importantly differences should not equal divisions, let’s all stand together in union.#betruebeyou

@mattbomer [vers 1 was deleted]

Matt Bomer and Liv Tyler in Space Station 76 [x]

Space Station 76 DVD
USA/Region 1 [amazon preorder] (September 30, 2014)
UK/Europe/Region 2 [amazon preorder] (October 6,  2014)

Space Station 76 DVD

USA/Region 1 [amazon preorder] (September 30, 2014)

UK/Europe/Region 2 [amazon preorder] (October 6,  2014)

Space Station 76

MATT BOMER - Meet & Greet @Giffoni Film Festival 2014

Space Station 76


Ever wonder what it would be like if Ron Burgundy had gone to space in the 1970s?

That’s the general vibe of the trailer for Space Station 76, which stars Patrick Wilson as the mustachioed, hard-drinking captain of Omega 76, a groovy space station that is turned upside down when the new assistant captain turns out to be a… woman (Liv Tyler).

The film’s vision of the future cleverly samples from B-movies and sci-fi television of that era, and its melodrama, which includes crumbling marriages, affairs, and petty jealousies, may have been cribbed from your favorite classic soap.

Veteran TV actor Jack Plotnick co-wrote and directed, recruiting actor friends to improv and workshop the scenes until a developed film took shape. The film debuted at SXSW earlier this year, and though Sony hasn’t yet announced its release and VOD plans, EW has the exclusive trailer. [ew]

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