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Apr 16
Emilia Dead 7, Media

On April 1st Dead 7 premiered on SyFy and in LA a premiere event was held with the majority of the cast members and various guests. Nick was interviewed on the red carpet by MaximoTV. Watch the interview below and if more interviews should appear they’ll be added here.

Nick along with his wife Lauren talk about the arrival and their baby with E! Online.

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Apr 16
Emilia Dead 7, News

Nick Carter says he always kept his fellow, former boy-band members in mind as he crafted characters for the new Syfy flick Dead 7.

Carter wrote and produced the mashup movie, and starred in it alongside many of his recording-artist friends, such as his fellow Backstreet Boys Howie Dorough and A.J. McLean; Chris Kirkpatrick and his NSYNC bandmate Joey Fatone; Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees and Erik-Michael Estrada of O-Town.

“A.J.’s character, which is one of my favorite characters, when I had this idea, eight, nine years ago, writing it, I was on a tour bus next to these guys with my computer, writing it, looking at A.J. every, single day, thinking about: ‘I really want him to be the villain. This is the kind of person I want him to be,'” Carter told UPI in a phone interview Tuesday. “So, yeah, he was tailored for that part and it was well-thought-out. Also, Joey… I always wanted Joey in the film and he was perfect for it because I watched him in the original My Big Fat Greek Wedding and watched him in The Cooler and I loved his personality. He’s over-the-top. He’s great. And, so, yeah, most of the people I tailored the parts after them and I thought about it because I wanted to play on people’s strengths, as well. Because, look, I don’t consider myself the greatest actor, but that was my problem going on auditions in Hollywood and, trying to fit into the acting world, just never worked for me. So I was like, ‘Well, I’m going to try to do something and create it for myself and something I can learn and grow from.’ And that’s what I did with all the characters.”

However, the popular musician and one-time Dancing with the Stars contestant admitted it was a long, bumpy road from when he first started penning the script to the ultimate unleashing of the finished Dead 7.

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Apr 16
Emilia Dead 7, News

It’s gunslingers versus zombies in Syfy’s latest TV movie, DEAD 7. Conceived and starring Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter – and produced by Asylum – the project takes place in a post-apocalyptic Western world plagued by Apocalypta (Debra Wilson) and her zombie army. It’s up to Jack to assemble a rag-tag group of outlaws to take her down. Along with Carter, the film stars fellow Backstreet Boys members A.J. McLean and Howie Dorough, ‘NSYNC’s Joey Fatone, 98 Degrees’ Jeff Timmons and O-Town’s Erik-Michael Estrada.

With DEAD 7 premiering tonight on Syfy, Carter spoke to SHOCK about his love of zombies, the movie’s genesis, comprising a boy band cast and the gore factor.

SHOCK: What about zombies intrigues you, while freaking other people out?

Carter: First of all, I have been watching zombie movies since I was young with NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and EVIL DEAD. I love zombie movies. I enjoy the fact that it is something that is still unexplained. It is a mystery to be a zombie. It fascinates us because it’s unsolved. For me, I’m attracted to all sorts of different movies from vampire movies to horror and slasher movies. I love all the dark material. Zombies is just one of them I like, so I wanted to experiment with that.

SHOCK: This is a labor of love for you. Where did the concept for DEAD 7 originate and how has it evolved over the years?

Carter: It started eight or nine years ago when I wrote a screenplay called Dead West. I had this idea to do a hybrid zombie-Western movie because I was a big fan of the old spaghetti Westerns as well. Those are two of my favorite genres. I wrote that screenplay because I wanted to act in Hollywood. I couldn’t do it because I was always on tour with the Backstreet Boys and always working. I was like, “I need to create something that I can act in, that I can do in my time frame.” That’s when I wrote the script.

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Mar 16
Emilia Dead 7, Media

TheSpectrum.com attended Salt Lake City’s Comic Con FanX last week and interviewed Nik, AJ McLean, Carrie Keagan and Joey Fatone on Dead 7 and more during the press conference.

Watch the video over on their website TheSpectrum.com.

JaredOnAir shared video of the entire press conference on YouTube. Check it out below!


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Mar 16
Emilia News

New York City radio station 103.5 KTU announced their annual KTUphoria concert at Jones Beach for June 4th. One of the acts announced to perform is the Backstreet Boys!

KTU will be giving away tickets today until Friday or you can enter to win tickets on their website.

You can also purchase tickers on Ticketmaster starting Monday at 10am ET.

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Mar 16
Emilia Dead 7, News

As Dead 7 gets ready to see its premiere this Friday on Syfy in the US fans are wondering when they can see the movie in their country. Well, so far we only know of the following countries airing the movie in the next few months.

SyFy Australia – April 13 confirmed by SyFy Australia on Twitter.
SyFy Asia – May 1 confirmed by SyFy Asia on Twitter.
SyFy UK – May 3 confirmed by SyFy UK on Twitter.
SyFy Brazil – May 7 confirmed by E! Online. Dead 7 will premiere on SyFy Latin America on this same day.
SyFy France – June 2 confirmed by SyFy France on their website.
SyFy Spain – June 17 confirmed by SyFy Spain on Twitter.
SyFy Germany – June 23 confirmed by SyFy Germany on Twitter

Not everyone gets SyFy in their country but if it is available in your country check their Twitter page for details on when Dead 7 will air in your country. You can also check Kaos Online on Twitter or right back here. I’ll update once we hear more release dates for the movie in other countries.

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Mar 16
Emilia Dead 7, News

Former boy banders Nick Carter and Chris Kirkpatrick say they were happy to record a theme song for their small-screen zombie Western Dead 7.

Carter wrote and produced the Syfy mashup movie, and starred in it alongside many of his recording-artist friends, such as his fellow Backstreet Boys Howie Dorough and A.J. McLean; Kirkpatrick and his NSYNC bandmate Joey Fatone; Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees and Erik-Michael Estrada of O-Town.

The song “In the End” — featuring all of their vocals — can be heard playing over the film’s final credits.

“It was just fitting. Thankfully, our cast is all musicians, so we can do that, so we felt that it would just be fitting to have something,” Carter told UPI about the song in a phone interview Tuesday. “One of my favorite movies ever, Young Guns, which was a little bit of an inspiration for this movie as well, they had the title track with Bon Jovi. I remember from the beginning, I am like, ‘We have to have a song like ‘Dead or Alive,’ our own version.”

Source: UPI.com. Visit the site to read what Chris Kirkpatrick said about recording the song.

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Mar 16
Emilia Dead 7, Media

Entertainment Weekly released another exclusive clip of Nick’s new movie “Dead 7”. Check it out! Also, head over to EW.com for an article with a interview from Nick.

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Mar 16
Emilia Dead 7, Media

Tonya Papanikolas from Spoiler TV was at the Salt Lake City Comic Con FanX where she interviewed Nick on his new movie “Dead 7”.

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Mar 16
Emilia Dead 7, Media

ET Online shared an exclusive clip of Nick’s new movie “Dead 7”. The clip features Nick, Lauren Kitt-Carter, Carrie Keagan and Jeff Timmons. Nick also talks a bit about filming Dead 7. Visit ETOnline.com to read what he says.

Rolling Stone shared a clip of the opening scene to the movie. Check it out over at RollingStone.com!

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