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Bill Weasley is on a roll! “Harry Potter” alum Domhnall Gleeson is in talks to join Leonardo DiCaprio and the rest of the cast of “The Revenant,” Variety reports. The Irish actor, who can be instantly recognized by his unmistakable Weasley resemblance, will star alongside a slew of superb actors, including Tom Hardy and Will Poulter from “The Chronicles of Narnia” saga. Based on the novel by Michael Punke, “The Revenant” explores one man’s (DiCaprio) quest for vengeance after his companions leave him for dead following a vicious bear attack.Read More
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Hayley Kiyoko, 23, is reuniting with her “Jem and the Holograms” co-star Stefani Scott to play Maggie in Leigh Whannell‘s “Insidious: Chapter 3.” “Very excited to finally announce I will be in Insidious 3 with the lovely @stefaniescott and director Leigh Whannell! Thank you blumhouse productions! #2015 #insidious3,” Kiyoko wrote on her Instagram along with a photo of her with both Scott and Whannell. The third installment in James Wan‘s (who is producing the film and handing over the directing duties to Whannell) “Insidious” horror series, “Insidious: Chapter 3″ willRead More
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Maisie Williams, 17, is the top choice to lead Sam Raimi‘s live-action adaptation of “The Last of Us.” Released in June of last year, the Playstation3 game by Neil Druckman (who will write the film’s screenplay) is set 20 years after an infectious pandemic plagued humanity. It is led by two survivors, Joel and a 14-year-old girl named Ellie. Joel is hired to smuggle Ellie out of Boston, which is a quarantine zone. During a surprise appearance by Raimi (who is producing the film for Screen Gems) at this weekend’sRead More
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Who else but Tim Burton should direct a title with the phrase “peculiar children” in it? Variety reports that for his next book to film adaptation, Eva Green may play the titular character born from Ransom Rigg’s fantasy novel, “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.” Burton’s penchant for recasting actors is well-known, (No word yet on whether or not Helena Bonham Carter will join but…you know) and Green previously worked with him as a lovelorn villainess in his horror-comedy “Dark Shadows.”  The story follows a teenager named Jacob who, after suffering from aRead More
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Natalia Leite has recruited Imogen Poots, Riley Keough and Dianna Agron for the cast of her feature directorial debut, “Bare,” which starts shooting this week in New Mexico. “Bare” centers on “a young girl living in Nevada who starts a complicated relationship with a female drifter who introduces her to a darker world and forces her to grow.” Also set to star Chris Zylka, Paz de la Huerta and Rachel Korine, “Bare” will be produced by Alexandra Roxo, Chad Burris, and Christopher J. Scott. Mateo Frazier will serve as associateRead More
Rooney Mara has joined the cast of Jim Sheridan‘s anticipated drama “The Secret Scripture”. She is replacing previously cast Jessica Chastain, who presumably was forced to drop out due to scheduling reasons, and joins recently cast Jack Reynor in the film. Based on the book by Sebastian Barry, “The Secret Scripture” follows Roseanne McNulty, a 100 year old woman, the diary she keeps of her very extended stay at a mental hospital and the relationship she has with her psychiatrist. Vanessa Redgrave portrays the older Roseanne while Mara will beRead More
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The Daily Mail has revealed that a group of up and comers — Jamie Dornan, Alicia Vikander, Lily James, and Daniel Bruhl — have joined the cast of John Wells‘ comedy “Adam Jones” (previously titled “Chef”). The Steven Knight-scripted (“Seventh Son”) “Adam Jones,” as originally reported by Deadline, follows “a Paris chef named Adam Jones (played by Bradley Cooper), who destroys his wunderkind status in a blaze of decadence and out of control behavior. He cleans up and returns to Paris sober, determined to redeem himself by spearheading a topRead More
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Idris Elba, 41, is in talks to reunite with “RocknRolla” director Guy Ritchie for Warner Bros’ “Knight of the Roundtable: King Arthur,” according to TheWrap. Described as a “tentpole fantasy retelling of the Arthur legend” that is “meant to span six films”, “Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur” is written by Joby Harold (“Awake”), who is producing the film alongside Tory Tunnell, Akiva Goldsman, and Lionel Wigram. Elba is in talks to play the role of Bedivere, Arthur’s father’s right-hand man who helps train the young warrior as he learnsRead More
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British up and comer Christina Chong has joined J.J. Abrams‘ “Star Wars: Episode VII.” Latino Review reports that Chong has joined the forthcoming film in a role that is yet unknown at the time. She joins a cast that is full of fellow up-and-coming actors, such as Lupita Nyong’o, Gwendoline Christie, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, and Domhnall Gleeson — just to name a few. The film is scheduled for a December 18, 2015 release date. Chong, who recently landed the female lead as Macer in SergioRead More
In between stints on USA’s “Graceland,” Aaron Tveit is set to do some more undercover work in his newest film, an indie comedy called “They Might Be Kennedys,” the production company announced today. Tveit is set for the leading role of Johnny Manicotti, one half of a 1980s duo who try to escape their dead end lives by pretending to be Kennedys up in Hyannis Port. “Glee” star Kevin McHale is set for the role of Maicotti’s friend, Teddy Mulligan. Filmmakers describe “They Might Be Kennedys” as “Wedding Crashers meetsRead More