Anthony Michael Hall announced his engagement to Lucia Oskerova on Instagram over the weekend, sharing photos from their trip to Italy where he proposed

Wedding bells will soon be ringing for Anthony Michael Hall.

The Breakfast Club actor, 51, is engaged to girlfriend Lucia Oskerova, he announced on Instagram Saturday, sharing collages of photographs taken during a recent family trip to Italy.

“9.4.19 Taormina, Sicily ‘The Greatest thing you’ll ever learn, is just to love and be loved in return,’ ” Hall captioned his first post, which featured multiple photos of the couple and their families and one snap of actress Oskerova showing off her new bling for the camera.

“LoVE STORY,” the groom-to-be wrote alongside his second post, adding a multitude of hashtags to both including “#proposal,” “#loveconquersall,” “#theone” and “#lovewinsalways.”

Hall and Oskerova — who costarred in the 2017 film War Machine — have been linked since at least summer 2016, when the actor began sharing photos of the pair out and about on date nights.

They have since been snapped together at various events, including Brett Ratner‘s Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony in January 2017, the November 2018 premiere of Hall’s film Bodied, 2019 Oscars afterparties and more.

” ‘Behind every good man is a great woman.’ So grateful to the Good Lord, I am in love with the most beautiful and sweet woman, Lucia Oskerova. She is the 1 ‘LOVE WINS’,” Hall captioned a photo of the couple posted in May 2017, taken amid an outdoor landscape.

Another image, posted the same day, featured a close-up of Oskerova sporting a bold red lip, mascara and multiple black choker necklaces.

“Lucia: U R my angel and my heart. My life and breath and love. I am the most BLESSED man in this world to spend every day with U. God graced us with LoVE,” he wrote. “I will LoVE YoU 4 Eternity. Hallelujah.”

The marriage will be the first for Hall.

Source: People Magazine


Anthony Michael Hall, Danny Trejo and Mickey Rourke will star in Dead in Tombstone, the Roel Reine-directed action adventure film that begins filming next week. Mike Elliott and Glenn Ross are producing through Universal 1440 Productions, and Shane Kuhn and Brendan Cowles wrote the script. Universal Pictures Home Entertainment will distribute.

Trejo plays Guerrero Hernandez, leader of the Blackwater Gang of outlaws. But after freeing his half-brother, Red (Hall), from prison, Guerrero’s plan to loot the mining town of Edendale backfires spectacularly, when he is double crossed by his half-sibling. After making a deal with the Devil (Rourke), Guerrero comes back from the dead a year later to seek his revenge. The town, which has presciently been renamed Tombstone will soon have its dusty streets running knee-deep in a river of blood.


Brad Pitt found his military sidekick in his new Netflix feature War Machine. Anthony Michael Hall has been cast to star opposite Pitt in the satirical comedy from writer-director David Michôd (The Rover, Animal Kingdom). The project, which was inspired by the bestselling book The Operators: The Wild And Terrifying Inside Story Of America’s War In Afghanistan by the late journalist Michael Hastings, concerns a four star, “rock star” general whose lethal reputation and impeccable track record vaults him to command the American war in Afghanistan. While Pitt plays a character loosely based on Gen. Stanley McChrystal, Hall portrays the No. 2 in the military regime — Gen. Hank Pulver, who is also loosely based on McChrystal’s second in command Gen. Mike Flynn.

War Machine was acquired by Netflix earlier this year in an industry eyebrow-raising move that was considered a game-changer for the company. It not only marked the largest investment the company has made so far in a feature (around $30M), but they were able to grab hold of A-lister Pitt. The actor is producing with his Plan B Entertainment partners Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner, and producer Ian Bryce (World War Z, Saving Private Ryan).

Hall, who started out years ago as a John Hughes favorite, is now an actor, film producer, and director. He had the leading role and served as co-exec producer for the USA Network series Stephen King’s The Dead Zone for five years. During its run, he directed an episode. He also co-starred in the Oscar-nominated Foxcatcher in 2014 and most recently, he played the menacing Russian “kettle bell master” Grigory alongside Guy Pearce in the film Results, a comedy about a team of personal trainers.

Hall is represented by manager Jonathan Brandstein and attorneys Jeff Frankel and Scott Whitehead.


Anthony Michael Hall has joined of the cast of Live by Night, the adaptation of the Dennis Lehane novel that Ben Affleck scripted and is directing in Los Angeles for Warner Bros. Affleck also stars as the black-sheep son of a police captain who gets involved in escalating levels of organized crime. Hall plays Gary Smith, a Southern gentleman who is the distributor for the Florida bootleg market that Affleck and Chris Messina’s characters muscle out so they can set up their own operation. Scott Eastwood, Zoe Saldana, Sienna Miller, Elle Fanning and Chris Cooper also are in the cast. Hall’s recent credits include Foxcatcher and roles on TV’s Rosewood, Awkward and Psych. Repped by Jonathan Brandstein, he next appears in the features Something About Her and War Machine.


Team Downey, the independent production company founded by Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey, has signed a first-look deal with Sonar Entertainment and have set their first project, Singularity, a new series created by Downey Jr. and Anthony Michael Hall. The series will star Hall, with the first episode being directed by Downey. The first-look pact includes scripted and non-scripted content for television, including digital.

“We are excited about Team Downey’s vision for developing and producing a broad scope of original premium content,” said Thomas Lesinski, Sonar Entertainment’s CEO. “Sonar is thrilled to partner with Robert, Susan and the entire team – it is another example of our commitment to forge creative collaborations with the most dynamic talent in the industry.”

The partnership with Team Downey is the latest in a series of first-look deals announced by Sonar. Other first-look independent production partners include George Clooney and Grant Heslov’s Smokehouse Pictures and StoryBy Entertainment. Team Downey is currently developing Bodies with Hulu; Baghdad Country Club with WBTV; and TC-83, which was created at Sony and acquired by Showtime.

Hall can next be seen in Warner Bros’ Live By Night opposite Ben Affleck and the Netflix feature War Machine opposite Brad Pitt and Tilda Swinton. He is repped by manager Jonathan Brandstein and attorney Jeff Frankel.

Downey is repped by CAA and Hansen, Jacobson.


The Goldbergs will pay homage to the classic 1983 film National Lampoon’s Vacation in its annual fall tribute premiere episode on September 25. Christie Brinkley and Anthony Michael Hall have been tapped to guest star in the episode.

In “Vacation,” Beverly (Wendi McClendon-Covey) insists the family take a road trip to go on vacation to Disneyland in Anaheim, before Erica (Hayley Orrantia) and Barry (Troy Gentile) go off to college. But, like the film, things do not go as planned as they travel across the country. Meanwhile, Erica worries more and more about her relationship with Geoff (Sam Lerner) when he teases “we need to talk” and won’t tell her anything until the family returns from their adventure.

Hall and Brinkley will guest star in roles to be announced at a later date.

The Goldbergs stars Wendi McLendon-Covey as Beverly Goldberg, Patton Oswalt as adult Adam Goldberg, Sean Giambrone as Adam Goldberg, Troy Gentile as Barry Goldberg, Hayley Orrantia as Erica Goldberg, Sam Lerner as Geoff Schwartz with George Segal as Pops Solomon and Jeff Garlin as Murray Goldberg.

“Vacation” was written by Alex Barnow and Chris Bishop, and directed by Lew Schneider.

Adam F. Goldberg, Doug Robinson, Alex Barnow, Chris Bishop and Annette Davis are executive producers. The Goldbergs is produced by Happy Madison, Doug Robinson Productions and Adam F. Goldberg Productions, in association with Sony Pictures Television.

Disney-owned ABC’s Modern Family saw the Pritchett-Dunphy clan visit Disneyland in a episode during Season 3 in 2012.

The Goldbergs Season 6 premieres at 8 PM Wednesday, September 25 on ABC.


Anthony Michael Hall has join the cast of Halloween Kills, the first of two announced sequels in David Gordon Green and Danny McBride’s reincarnation of the Universal franchise. Deadline has confirmed that the veteran actor will star alongside Halloween queen Jamie Lee Curtis.

The continuation of the rebooted franchise features Curtis as Laurie Strode, her nemesis Michael Myers and the return of original director John Carpenter in a key role. The follow-ups are no-brainer after last year’s David Gordon Green-directed pic became the highest-grossing installment in the 40-year-old franchise with $255.5 million worldwide.

Hall’s recent credits include guest shots on TV’s The Goldbergs, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Riverdale, along with the features War Machine and Live by Night.

Produced by Trancas International Films, Miramax and Blumhouse Productions, Halloween Kills is set to hit theaters October 16, 2020. Variety first reported Hall’s casting.