Ashley has been shooting a new and upcoming web series called, Made In Hollywood and his cast mates have been posting photos, check them out below…
Amelia’s 25th is out now in America, Click HERE to purchase your copy and if you haven’t yet, check out the trailer below.
The DVD is available on many platforms and outlets such as Amazon.com & Amazon.ca, DeepDiscount.com DVDs, Blu-ray, Music, Books, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, F.Y.E., Newbury Comics, DVD Empire, Movies Unlimited and Family Video.
Yes, its finally here. After filming it back in 2011 Amelia’s 25th is being released through Breaking Glass Pictures and will be available on DVD from August 6th. For more info on the film click here and don’t forget to check out Ashley (topless… again – YES!!!) in the Trailer below.
Back in 2010 Ashley shot a Movie called “Pizza Man” featuring Frankie Muniz, Shelley Long, Dallas Page and Stan Lee among others.
We got in touch with the Producer Foz McDermott (Heroes) about the release of Pizza Man and Foz told us: “It’s out of my hands now. Belongs to another company. i think we will see it someday”
Check out the Trailer below:
Hey one of our Twitter Followers sent us a link, where Ashley is starring in a Digital Short Video called “Chubby Chaser”
Video: Chubby Chaser
Starring: Ashley Parker Angel
Comedic short written and directed by: James J Leary
Director of photography: Grant Goza
Thx to @Carre2308
IMDB – Plot Summary for Amelia´s 25th:
“Birthdays hold a magical milestone in everyone’s lives. Each one represents a different exciting adventure in life: Ten years old- Double digits; Thirteen- Bar-mitzvahs; Fifteen- Quinceanera; Sixteen- Sweet Sixteen & a driver’s license; Eighteen- a legal adult, Twenty-one- Legal drinking age… except for twenty five. Nothing special happens after you turn twenty-five. Especially in Hollywood… twenty five is the new forty!
That is what Amelia discovers when she turns a quarter of a century old. In the city of Lost Angels, twenty-five is the equivalent of “old” and “done” to a struggling actress like Amelia. With a disconnected father, her live-in boyfriend struggling financially, and surviving in a complex of noisy neighbors who call themselves artists, her life could not seem bleaker. This notion not being what her dreams imagined at this age, sets her out on her quest for discovering her true purpose in life in this hilarious and heart warming dark comedy.
Aaron, her boyfriend, a struggling film producer, feels alienated by the crush of providing a future for himself and the girl he loves, and is sent out on his own path of success. In both their journeys, they find each other. Spanning over the course of one day, Amelia finds guidance and wisdom in the most curious places: A movie star, a photographer, Casting directors, unemployed actors, plus size sex shop owners, playboys, psychics, and a cross dressing neighbor- all leading her to the Angel she has always longed to meet. Alice may have lived in Wonderland, but Amelia lives in L.A. In Hollywood, it’s not “Coming of Age”, it’s “Coming to Grips”.”