26-year-old Pigg is also making his feature film debut later this year co-starring opposite Ellen Page in the Drew Barrymore directed film Whip It.
Opening this Friday is Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut “Whip It”.
Drew's ET director Steven Spielberg also joined her on the red carpet and saw the film for a second time as he was one of the first people that she screened it to.
Pigg is the singer-songwriter behind the perfectly infectious song featured in De Beers and AT&T commercials “Falling in Love at a Coffee Shop,” and recently released his sophmore album, The rest of the songs on The Boy Who Never have a similar sweet vibe to “Falling in Love . .” and feature Landon’s honey voice spilling over addictive riff.
Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: 2009 sophomore album from the singer/songwriter.
Produced by Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Modest Mouse, Tom Waits), the record includes a new arrangement of Pigg's fantastic single 'Falling In Love At A Coffee Shop.' Since the release of his debut album in 2006, this unique and enigmatic artist has had an incredibly productive and creative period.
So to help promote the film, at the Toronto Film Festival I had the chance to interview most of the cast and after the jump you can see Alia Shawkat and Landon Pigg talk about being at the Festival, working for Drew Barrymore, the sport of Roller Derby, Rock Band/Guitar Hero, and Alia talks about the “Arrested Development” movie and “The Runaways”.
Skin tight: Drew Barrymore brings a lapdancing leather-look to the red carpet at the premiere of her new film Whip It in Los Angeles last night The 34-year-old chose for the occasion a L’Wren Scott lacquered tweed dress from the Autumn 2009 collection, which looks similar to the wet-look leggings that have been adopted by so many women on the High Street.
She teamed it with red satin heels and statement earrings for the Whip It launch.
The soundtrack also features contributions from The Section Quartet, a group of composers with a knack for turning popular rock songs into string quartet compositions.
The film stars Page, who was nominated for the Best Actress Academy Award for her performance in the 2007 comedy Juno.