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Thomas Dekker
The first stills of Tanner King Barklow and Gil Kofman‘s Israel-set romantic drama “The White City” have debuted via IMDb, giving us our first look at Thomas Dekker and Haley Bennett. The film, which marks King Barklow and Kofman’s second collaboration together since they first teamed up for the award-winning 2012 documentary “Unmade in China,” centers on an “emotionally charged love triangle between three young artists (played by Dekker, Bennett, and Bob Morley) that develops against the hot political climate of modern Tel Aviv.” In an interview with Thomas DekkerRead More
Thomas Dekker
The first stills of Tanner King Barklow and Gil Kofman‘s Israel-set romantic drama “The White City” have debuted via IMDb, giving us our first look at Thomas Dekker and Haley Bennett. The film, which marks King Barklow and Kofman’s second collaboration together since they first teamed up for the award-winning 2012 documentary “Unmade in China,” centers on an “emotionally charged love triangle between three young artists (played by Dekker, Bennett, and Bob Morley) that develops against the hot political climate of modern Tel Aviv.” In an interview with Thomas DekkerRead More
Thomas Dekker
The first stills of Tanner King Barklow and Gil Kofman‘s Israel-set romantic drama “The White City” have debuted via IMDb, giving us our first look at Thomas Dekker and Haley Bennett. The film, which marks King Barklow and Kofman’s second collaboration together since they first teamed up for the award-winning 2012 documentary “Unmade in China,” centers on an “emotionally charged love triangle between three young artists (played by Dekker, Bennett, and Bob Morley) that develops against the hot political climate of modern Tel Aviv.” In an interview with Thomas DekkerRead More
Thomas Dekker
The first stills of Tanner King Barklow and Gil Kofman‘s Israel-set romantic drama “The White City” have debuted via IMDb, giving us our first look at Thomas Dekker and Haley Bennett. The film, which marks King Barklow and Kofman’s second collaboration together since they first teamed up for the award-winning 2012 documentary “Unmade in China,” centers on an “emotionally charged love triangle between three young artists (played by Dekker, Bennett, and Bob Morley) that develops against the hot political climate of modern Tel Aviv.” In an interview with Thomas DekkerRead More
Thomas Dekker
The first stills of Tanner King Barklow and Gil Kofman‘s Israel-set romantic drama “The White City” have debuted via IMDb, giving us our first look at Thomas Dekker and Haley Bennett. The film, which marks King Barklow and Kofman’s second collaboration together since they first teamed up for the award-winning 2012 documentary “Unmade in China,” centers on an “emotionally charged love triangle between three young artists (played by Dekker, Bennett, and Bob Morley) that develops against the hot political climate of modern Tel Aviv.” In an interview with Thomas DekkerRead More
Thomas Dekker
The first stills of Tanner King Barklow and Gil Kofman‘s Israel-set romantic drama “The White City” have debuted via IMDb, giving us our first look at Thomas Dekker and Haley Bennett. The film, which marks King Barklow and Kofman’s second collaboration together since they first teamed up for the award-winning 2012 documentary “Unmade in China,” centers on an “emotionally charged love triangle between three young artists (played by Dekker, Bennett, and Bob Morley) that develops against the hot political climate of modern Tel Aviv.” In an interview with Thomas DekkerRead More
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New photos of Hailee Steinfeld and Asa Butterfield on the New York set of “Ten Thousand Saints” have debuted and give us a new look at Steinfeld’s role as a pregnant teen. Based on Eleanor Henderson’s 2011 novel of the same name, Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini‘s “Ten Thousand Saints” is set in the 1980s and follows a 15-year-old boy named Jude (Butterfield), who moves from Vermont to New York City after the death of his friend Teddy (Avan Jogia) to a drug overdose. Although Teddy dies in orderRead More
Bella Thorne
Bella Thorne and Cameron Monaghan both flaunt edgier new looks on the L.A. set of “Amityville,” the Franck Khalfoun-directed reboot of the longtime Amityville Horror franchise. The original 1979 haunted house flick by Stuart Rosenberg centered on a newlywed couple moving into the infamous Long Island house, where they soon discover that it was the site of a murder and fall victim to its supernatural terrors. The film went on to spawn numerous sequels and reboots throughout the decades, with the most prolific arguably being Andrew Douglas’ “The Amityville Horror”Read More
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Well we haven’t really seen a successful supernatural YA love triangle on the big screen since “Twilight” but now “Fallen” is stepping up to try to do what “The Host,” “Beautiful Creatures” and “The Mortal Instruments” could not. Yahoo have debuted the first official image from the film based on Lauren Kate’s series of novels, and our leads – Addison Timlin, Jeremy Irvine and Harrison Gilbertson – certainly look brooding and beautiful enough. Timlin’s Luce is our heroine here, who is accused of killing a boy by starting a fireRead More
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We’ve seen a couple of on-set snaps of Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain in their just-wrapped crime drama “A Most Violent Year,” but this week’s Entertainment Weekly has the first official stills from the film (scans via murtadae on Tumblr), as well as some plot and character details. The year is 1981 and Isaac and Chastain play married couple Abel and Anna. He’s a “principled businessman” but finds himself needing to get his hands a little dirty as his gas company runs up against the criminal underworld. Luckily, Chastain’s AnnaRead More