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Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne have been set as the leads in Luc Besson’s next film, a sci-fi thriller called “Valerian,” the director announced on Twitter. The story was first published in 1967 in France as “Valerian and Laureline,” and will follow DeHaan and Delevingne as a spacetime-traveling agent and his female counterpart. The series was created by Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mezieres. Mazieres has history with Besson, having acted as a concept designer on Besson’s “The Fifth Element.” The film will begin shooting in December and will be releasedRead More
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One indie drama has lined up quite the cast. The Wrap reports Tatiana Maslany and Dane DeHaan will be the stars of “Two Lovers and A Bear.” The story centers on Roman (DeHaan) and Lucy (Maslany), who both live in a small town near The North Pole. Their town may be in the middle of nowhere, but the two benefit from meeting one another. Kim Nguyen will direct the drama and production is set to begin in March. Maslany is the star of BBC America’s “Orphan Black,” which is set to begin airingRead More

Posted On September 12, 2014By Layla HedgesIn Casting

Dane DeHaan and Rooney Mara to Star in Musical ‘Ziggy’

Actors Dane DeHaan and Rooney Mara are set to get musical in the upcoming period picture “Ziggy”. The directorial debut of Baz Luhrmann protégé Diesel Schwarze, “Ziggy” follows the rise and fall of a hunchback escape artist (DeHaan) who arrives in New York during the mass-culture boom of the late 1920s. He falls in love with a woman (Mara) who happens to be the fiancée of a powerful media mogul. The unique project is ambitious, with producer and songwriter Alex Da Kid on board to develop original contemporary music forRead More
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Dane DeHaan discovers that the cure to calm down Aubrey Plaza‘s zombie urges is simply to play a little jazz, as evidenced by the latest clip from Jeff Baena‘s zombie rom-com “Life After Beth.” The film marks the feature directorial debut for Baena (co-writer of 2004’s “I Heart Huckabees”) and follows a young man named Zach Orfman (DeHaan), who discovers that his recently deceased girlfriend, Beth Slocum (Plaza), isn’t dead after all. Well, kinda. She’s just now among the walking dead variety. In spite of her new condition, Zach stillRead More
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Dane DeHaan goes absolutely ballistic in the new clip from “Life After Beth.” But you would too if you just found out that your supposedly dead lover is actually alive — well, kinda! “I Heart Huckabees” co-writer Jeff Baena marks his feature directorial debut with this unconventional rom-com that centers around a young man, Zach Orfman (DeHaan), who discovers that his dead girlfriend, Beth Slocum (Plaza), is not dead after all, prompting him to live every moment he nearly lost with her. But, as evident in the trailer, Beth’s returnRead More
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A24 has released the first posters and trailer for “Life After Beth,” and it looks to usher in a new type of love story. Is zom-com a genre yet? The film starts Dane DeHaan (Chronicle, The Place Beyond the Pines, The Amazing Spider-Man 2) as Zach, a young man mourning the unexpected death of his girlfriend Beth (Aubrey Plaza). However, their relationship gets a second chance when Beth is mysteriously resurrected. At first, things seem to play out nicely. We see Zach mourning, and we see the way he andRead More
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Deadline reports that British supermodel Cara Delevingne, 21, is in talks for roles in both Justin Chadwick‘s 17th century-set romance “Tulip Fever” and Joe Wright‘s Peter Pan prequel “Pan.” Delevingne is up for the role of Henrietta in “Tulip Fever,” an adaptation of Deborah Moggach’s 1999 best-seller, which depicts the affair between the young wife (Alicia Vikander) of an aristocrat and an artist (Dane DeHaan) who is hired to paint their portrait. As for her role in “Pan,” it is also apparently just a small part. The film, which includesRead More
“Chronicle” was one of the best surprises at the cinema in recent years, but for one reason or another, a sequel, which should have been a guarantee given how successful the original film was, never came together. Director Josh Trank moved on (to “Fantastic Four,” among other projects), its trio of young stars did as well – Dane DeHaan to massive things, Michael B. Jordan also to “Fantastic Four” and even more massive things, Alex Russell to.. um, let’s move on – but it appears Fox hasn’t given up onRead More
There’s no keeping anything a secret anymore, the Green Goblin in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” will indeed by Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan) rather than his dad Norman, as it was in Sam Raimi’s earlier trilogy. Norman is in the new movie, played by Chris Cooper, but it’s DeHaan’s Osborn Jr. that will take the bulk of the screentime and embody the moniker of Spider-Man’s (Andrew Garfield) greatest foe. As such, Sony have released a brand new still featuring our best look yet at DeHaan’s Green Goblin. It’s a grotesque makeupRead More
Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) reunites with an old friend, Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), only to just about immediately lose him to the dark side. “Enemies Unite,” indeed. The final trailer for “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” has just premiered and we get our first real look at DeHaan’s Osborn as his evil alter-ego, the Green Goblin, not just intent on taking down Spider-Man, but teaming up with Electro (Jamie Foxx) in order to do so. We’ve seen so much from this movie already, but this purports to be the very lastRead More