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Exclusive Deleted Scene From ‘Not Another Happy Ending’ (Win a Signed Press Book From Star Karen Gillan)


(This is only a part of the clip.)

This week,  We Are Colony (a site that features various films with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, making of documentaries, interviews, and more) launches the independent Scottish Romantic Comedy Not Another Happy Ending starring Karen Gillan (Doctor Who, Selfie, and Guardians of the Galaxy) and Stanley Weber (Borgia, Sword of Vengeance and soon to be Outlander) with lots of exciting content and even a couple of competitions.

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Not Another Happy Ending “tells the story of Jane Lockhart, a struggling writer trying to get her book, “The Endless Anguish of My Father” published. But with an entire wall of rejection, she’s kind of losing hope. That is until the moody French publisher, Tom Duval, offers to publish her book at his small publishing house. Overjoyed, she agrees and signs a book deal with him. The two grow very close as they prepare her novel for publication, until he publishes (without telling Jane first) her book with an entirely new title. The two drift apart despite their obviously growing feelings.

Some time passes and we learn that her debut novel has become a huge success and she’s winning all kinds of awards. She’s also happily dating Willie (Henry Ian Cusick), a famous Scottish screenwriter (and also a major egoist). In all, Jane is the happiest she’s ever been. There’s just one catch. She has to finish one more book as part of her deal with Tom before she can move on from him forever and sign with a bigger publisher. The problem is, now that she’s so happy she finds herself completely blocked and unable to write the last chapter.

So, in a way to get Jane to finish her book before Tom’s struggling publishing company crumbles into oblivion, he comes up with a plan. If he can make Jane’s life completely miserable, then she’ll begin writing again. But his plan backfires because the more he schemes to mess with Jane’s life, the more he realizes that he’s fallen in love with her.”

You can read the rest of our review of the film here:  Not Another Happy Ending Film Review: A Refreshing Romantic Comedy

In collaboration with “We Are Colony,” we are sharing an exclusive deleted scene (as seen above) from the film. Check out the clip, watch the trailer and if you’re interested, buy the bundle. With the bundle comes unlimited access to Not Another Happy Ending and all of “We are Colony’s” exclusive extras, such as making of content, deleted scenes and interviews, the script, movie stills, posters, press info, and more for the film.


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“We Are Colony” is also holding an exclusive competition to win a limited edition Not Another Happy Ending necklace designed by Bonnie Bling (and made in Scotland). On top of the jewelry, they are also giving out a limited edition press book signed by Karen Gillan! You have a chance to enter both competitions by June 21, 2015.

You can enter the competition HERE (no longer available)!

To learn more about “We Are Colony,” read about them on their website.


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About Amber Topping

Amber works as a writer and digital publisher full-time and fell in love with stories and imagination at an early age. She has a Humanities and Film Degree from BYU, co-created The Silver Petticoat Review, contributed as a writer to various magazines, and has an MS in Publishing from Pace University, where she received the Publishing Award of Excellence and wrote her thesis on transmedia, Jane Austen, and the romance genre. Her ultimate dreams are publishing books, writing and producing movies, traveling around the world, and forming a creative village of talented storytellers trying to change the world through art.

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