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Disney’s fourth sequel to “Pirates of the Caribbean” has found its new young male lead in Brenton Thwaites, and now he needs a love interest. Variety reports young actresses going in for the female lead role in the film include Kaya Scodelario, Gabriella Wilde, Lucy Boynton, Jenna Thiam and Alexandra Dowling. “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” features Thwaites as a young British soldier who must team up with Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) on some new maritime adventure. The actresses in contention will go in for chemistryRead More
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Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde beat out a slew of competitors to land the lead roles in Shana Feste’s remake of 1980s romantic drama “Endless Love,” so we’ll have to see if their on-screen love really does conquer all. A new trailer has been released for the Valentine’s Day 2014 release, which sees Wilde’s nose-in-a-book good girl falling for bad boy Pettyfer, much to the chagrin of her father. Their love is intense in a way that only first love can be, and involves a lot of joyriding, frolicking inRead More
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Gabriella Wilde and Alex Pettyfer get too close too fast (for her dad’s taste, anyway) in the first trailer for the remake of 1980s teen romantic drama “Endless Love.” She’s a good girl who’s spent her life with her nose buried in a book, he’s a bad boy from the wrong side of the tracks, but it’s pretty much love at first sight for our young lovers. Pretty soon he’s texting her romantic, not creepy at all messages like “What are you doing every day for the rest of yourRead More
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A bit of Carrie’s strict home life is teased in the first clip released from Kimberly Pierce’s remake of Stephen King’s classic horror novel “Carrie,” with Chloe Moretz in the role of the telekinetic misfit and Julianne Moore as her, um, eccentric mother. As if being sent into a closet to pray as punishment for some minor infraction isn’t bad enough, the state of Moore’s arms indicate there is something else very wrong with Carrie’s mother. It’s no wonder then that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree andRead More
British actress Emma Rigby and Aussie actor Rhys Wakefield have joined the cast of romantic drama remake “Endless Love”, according to The Wrap. Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde play the leads originated by Martin Hewitt and Brooke Shields in the 1981 original film, and “The Hunger Games”‘ Dayo Okeniyi, Bruce Greenwood and Robert Patrick also have supporting roles. Shana Feste is directing. Wilde and Pettyfer play a pair of high school students who fall deeply in love and whose intense relationship puts her parents on edge. When they are forcedRead More
Dayo Okeniyi, who played Thresh in “The Hunger Games”, continues to be one of the most prolific and fast-rising young actors to break out of the 2012 blockbuster. THR reports today he has landed a major role in Universal’s remake of 1980s romantic thriller “Endless Love” starring Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde. Wilde and Pettyfer play a pair of high school students who fall deeply in love and whose intense relationship puts her parents on edge. When they are forced to break up until the end of high school, Pettyfer’sRead More
Chloe Moretz looks the perfect blend of vulnerable and menacing in the full length trailer for Kimberly Pierce’s new adaptation of Stephen King’s horror classic “Carrie.” The new trailer takes us basically chronologically through Carrie’s journey from outcast laughingstock (the film is clearly set in present day, with the notorious bloody shower scene getting the very modern twist of being captured on someone’s cell phone camera) to deadly villain prompted by a prom night prank gone horribly, horribly wrong. Julianne Moore also looks appropriately creepy as Carrie’s zealously religious mother,Read More
Filmmakers have been searching for a pair of young actors to headline a remake of 1980s romantic thriller “Endless Love” and have finally found them in Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde, according to Variety. Director Shana Feste screen tested five young actresses last month, Wilde among them, but Pettyfer has apaprently pulled off a coup for his role, taking it from Brenton Thwaites, who the filmmakers reportedly liked enough to pair in readings with all the girls. In any case, it’s now Pettyfer and Wilde who will play intensely inRead More
MARCH 11TH UPDATE: Watson has decided to pass on playing Cinderella for Disney. The search continues. ORIGINAL POST: “Harry Potter” may have made Emma Watson a household name, but the young star’s next potential role is poised to continue that trend. Variety reports Watson is in early talks to play the lead in Disney’s live-action adaptation of “Cinderella”, to be directed by Kenneth Branagh from a script by Chris Weitz. Curiouser and curiouser, this film is just the latest in a line of recent live-action fairytales, including “Alice in Wonderland,”Read More
Another big role is up for grabs for young actresses, and refreshingly, it’s not for a superhero’s girlfriend. THR reports a remake of 1980s teen romance “Endless Love” is in the works, and five young actresses are flying in to LA tomorrow to begin testing for the female lead originally played by Brooke Shields. Australian up and comer Brenton Thwaites will be doing chemistry reads with the ladies but he has not yet officially been cast for the male lead, though he is “well liked” by filmmakers. Director Shana FesteRead More