Heather Parry- The Renowned, Successful Television and Film Lady Producer

Heather Parry is a successful lady in the film and television production world, born in Macungie Pennsylvania United States. She attended the Emmaus high school St Gregory Ulisiack. She was named the president of Live Nations Production in 2015. Parry wants an energetic person with a brilliant and creative mind, traits that saw Live Nation Production scaling heights under her Leadership. She knew an opportunity at first sight and would go for it with no fear and with this the Live Nation bounds were expounded and especially through her creativity and enthusiasm. Being a former employee at MTV, Perry had a wide network and power base through the numerous knowledge of people in the industry, a trait that she used to elevate her career and become a celebrated Successful lady.

Heather had joined MTV news at 22years of age and became the loved and hardworking producer of the Week in Rock, the well known Get Rich or Die Trying a film that was starring the celebrity 50 Cents and also The Longest Yard a film that was starring Adam Sandler. Parry left MTV news in 2005 and went for greener pastures as a head of film at Sanders Happy Madison and successfully produced three films namely The House Bunny, Just Go With It and Pixels for a good ten years of her career life.

When Perry joined Live Nation Production, she was during her birthday put in Eagles of Death a role that she took humbly, responsibly and saw it scaling heights. She Maximized the assets of the great Renowned Live Nation production that were later go be exploited fully for the production of one great film, A Star Is Born.

A Star is Born is a movie about a seasoned singer Jackson who falls know live with an upcoming and struggling artiste, Ally who is about to give up on her dreams until Jackson encourages her to ghetto limelight. As Ally career and ream begin to rise, their relationship seem to be headed for the rocks as Jackson is struggling to fight with his personal demons,


Heather Perry has seen the emerging of Live Nation production as a great film production house under her able leadership and enthusiasm and creativity at the work place. She is a perfect example of a strong lady with a success oriented mind and one who doesn’t fear to take risk and opportunities.

Rebel Wilson Purrs in “Cats”

The upcoming movie version of the stage musical “Cats” has added Australian talent Rebel Wilson to its already star studded cast. Wilson, who is best known for her stints in the Pitch Perfect series and her breakout small part in Bridesmaids, will play Jennyanydots, an older, wiser Gumbie cat with a nocturnal taste for cooking, dancing, and teaching mice to knit despite her laziness. Read more: Rebel Wilson Joins Cats Movie Musical

Rebel Wilson has plenty of experience using her vibrant personality and singing voice, even beyond playing “Fat Amy” in all three Pitch Perfect films. The Sydney native portrayed Ursula in The Little Mermaid performed live on stage in Los Angeles at The Hollywood Bowl in 2016. Soon after, she made her West End debut in Guys and Dolls, where she was cast as Miss Adelaide. In 2018, she returned to The Hollywood Bowl as LeFou in Beauty and the Beast. Read more: Stunning Transfprmation Rebel Wilson | The List and Rebel Wilson Isn’t it Romantic First Book

The movie is being directed by Tom Hooper (Les Miserables, The King’s Speech) and will also star Jennifer Hudson, James Corden, Taylor Swift, Ian McKellen, Judi Dench, Idris Elba, Jason Derulo, and others. The movie, with music by esteemed Broadway sensation Andrew Lloyd Webber (Jesus Christ Superstar, Phantom of the Opera) is expected to be released in December 2019. https://www.wmagazine.com/story/rebel-wilson-givenchy-couture and https://www.today.com/style/pitch-perfect-star-rebel-wilson-talks-clothing-line-hair-secrets-t139700

Before Cats comes out, though, Wilson is keeping plenty busy. On Valentine’s Day 2019, her film Isn’t It Romantic will be released, co-starring Adam Devine, Priyanka Chopra, and Liam Hemsworth. Wilson plays a young woman who experiences a traumatic brain injury. Upon waking up, her life plays out like a traditional and stereotypical romantic comedy.

Just a few months later, she will be starring alongside Anne Hathaway in The Hustle, a female led remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. And in the fall of 2019, Wilson can be seen with Scarlett Johansson and Sam Rockwell in Jojo Rabbit.

Finally, Rebel is working on producing and starring in a feature film adaptation of Crowded, a popular comic book. But to really see Rebel Wilson in meowing form, we will have to wait for Cats.