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Make room for the new Brit Pack. Some of the hottest rising British actors are in various stages of negotiations for “An Education” director Lone Scherfig’s adaptation of play “Posh”, with The Daily Mail reporting “Twilight”‘s Robert Pattinson, “The Hunger Games”‘ Sam Claflin, “The Host”‘s Max Irons and “Jupiter Ascending” star Douglas Booth are just four of the names being bandied about. An adaptation of Laura Wade’s 2010 hit play of the same name, Irons, Pattinson, Claflin and Booth would play members of The Riot Club, a fictional version ofRead More
British actress Tuppence Middleton is rounding out the cast of the Wachowskis’ “Jupiter Ascending”, according to Variety. She joins Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis, Eddie Redmayne, Sean Bean and Douglas Booth in the sci-fi epic. The film is set in a world where human beings are at the bottom of the food chain. Far superior beings keep an eye on the lowly homo sapiens from far away, and the story centers on Kunis as a Russian immigrant who’s scrubbing toilets for a living, unknowingly carrying some powerful genetic DNA makeup thatRead More
British rising star Douglas Booth is the latest to join the cast of the Wackowskis’ next sci-fi epic, “Jupiter Ascending”, according to Variety. He joins already onboard cast members Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis, Eddie Redmayne and Sean Bean. The film is set in a distant future (or alternate reality) where human beings are no longer the most evolved creatures in the universe, but rather “just the Cro-Magnons, or even the Australopithecines, of what beings can ultimately go on to become in the galaxy.” Far superior beings keep an eye onRead More
UPDATE: According to THR, Booth is indeed testing for Harry Osborn, along with “Les Miserables” actor Eddie Redmayne, “Pirates of the Caribbean”‘s Sam Claflin and “The Host” star Boyd Holbrook. THR also states Webb is now seeking an athletic, good looking Harry and the initial shortlist of DeHaan, Alden Ehrenreich and Brady Corbet is now defunct, though this doesn’t explain why DeHaan was taking a meeting with the filmmakers alongside Booth. More as this story develops… ORIGINAL STORY: Maybe. Fans over at Comic Book Movie spotted Andrew Garfield and HarryRead More
The first set photos from Darren Aronofsky’s biblical epic “Noah” have surfaced, and “Evan Almighty” this is definitely not. Collider has the first photos and Logan Lerman, playing Noah’s eldest son Ham, is pictured dirtied and bloodied up, while Madison Davenport looks equally grimy as Ham’s wife. Russell Crowe stars as the titular bearded figure who’s tasked by God to build an ark and fill it with two of every animal at the onset of an apocalyptic flood. Douglas Booth also stars as Noah’s other son Shem, while Emma WatsonRead More
UPDATE: Variety reports Dakota Fanning was Aronofsky’s first choice, but had to pass when scheduling conflicted with upcoming flick “Very Good Girls.” “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” co-stars Logan Lerman and Emma Watson are set to share the screen again (the trend continues), according to Deadline. Watson is now in negotiations to join the cast of Darren Aronofsky’s biblical epic “Noah”, while Lerman a couple of days ago, along with British actor Douglas Booth. Russell Crowe stars as Noah, who built an ark and piled it up with twoRead More
Darren Aronofsky has cast Logan Lerman and Douglas Booth to play the sons of Russell Crowe’s titular “Noah” in his biblical epic, according to Deadline. The search is now on for Noah’s wife, with Jennifer Connelly in the mix, and the film’s villain, as well as roles for two more young actors: Noah’s eldest son Jepeth and his love interest. Lerman will play middle son Ham, while Booth will play the youngest, Shem. Described as a big fantasy epic, the film will allow Aronofsky to create a whole new worldRead More
These were taken last month, but here finally we have our first look at Hailee Steinfeld and Douglas Booth in Italy filming Carlo Carlei’s new rendering of Shakespearean classic “Romeo and Juliet.” Steinfeld and Booth play the doomed lovers in the traditionally period set adaptation, supported by a cast that includes Tom Wisdom as Romeo’s romantic rival Paris, Kodi Smith-McPhee as his cousin Benvolio, “Gossip Girl” star Ed Westwick as Juliet’s cousin Tybalt and Paul Giamatti as the couple’s confidant Friar Laurence. Steinfeld tweeted earlier today that she has wrappedRead More
Since “Friday Night Lights” left the air in 2011, actress Aimee Teegarden has slowly been making a name for herself in Hollywood, taking on roles in Scream 4,  Prom and 60s war drama AWOL – which will hit theaters this year and also stars Liam Hemsworth and Teresa Palmer. Up next for the young actress though is a role alongside fast rising Brit actor Douglas Booth in the adaptation of Life at These Speeds, which Booth joined earlier this year. Mark Novak has adapted the novel, by Jeremy Jackson, forRead More
One of our favourite British rising stars is set to go the distance in new film “Life At These Speeds”. Douglas Booth will play “a rural teenager who loses his best friends in a tragic accident and channels his survivor’s guilt into an addiction to running, becoming a world-class distance runner in the process.” Based on a novel by Jeremy Jackson, the film will also star Billy Crudup, who will play Booth’s coach and confidante. Leif Tilden will direct and actor Sam Rockwell will executive produce for the first time.Read More