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Luke Evans The Hobbit
Luke Evans, Lee Pace, and Evangeline Lilly steal the spotlight in the first teaser for Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.” Originally an exclusive premiere to attendees of this weekend’s Comic-Con at San Diego, the teaser for the final installment in the “Lord of the Rings” prequel has now hit the web, giving us our first look as Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) and the Dwarves of Thorin’s (led by Richard Armitage) quest to reclaim Erebor comes to a close and they face the dragon Smaug (BenedictRead More
Looks like conquering “Motor City” just isn’t enough for Dominc Cooper, who’s setting his sights on something more global, as Variety reports the busy and rising actor has replaced Clive Owen in international thriller “Cities”. The new casting could call into question Cooper’s previous commitment to “Motor City”, the ambitious dialogue-free revenge thriller he was slated to star in opposite Amber Heard. Cooper will join Orlando Bloom, Kirsten Dunst and Anil Kapoor in “Cities” for director Roger Donaldson, which will tell “stories of characters around the globe, including a NewRead More
Last November, Saoirse Ronan was announced to be taking on the title role in Emma Thompson-penned period romantic drama “Effie”, but as is often the case in long-gestating projects, Ronan, along with co-star Orlando Bloom, has moved on. Deadline reports Dakota Fanning is now in negotiations for the part vacated by Ronan, and British up and comer Tom Sturridge will replace Bloom as her love interest. Thompson, director Richard Laxton and actor Greg Wise remain on board. The film tells the story of Effie Gray, who marries a much olderRead More
An exclusive report from Variety announces that Greta Gerwig (“Arthur”) is set to star in Fox’s romcom “Lola Versus“. Meanwhile, Orlando Bloom is close to sealing a deal to star alongside Gerwig. “Lola Versus” tells the story of a young woman (Gerwig) who is dumped by her college sweetheart a mere few weeks before they are set to wed. The break-up results in a journey of self discovery for Gerwig’s character as she struggles to find her place as an independent woman before she turns 30. All in all, itRead More

Posted On January 20, 2011By Tamara ManneIn Images

New Stills from “The Three Musketeers 3D”

Here are three new stills from Paul W. S. Anderson’s The Three Musketeers 3D, starring Ray Stevensen, Matthew Macfayden, and Luke Evans as the musketeers. Also seen in the stills is now nineteen-year-old Logan Lerman as D’artagnan. Oscar winner Christoph Waltz is Cardinal Richelieu, Milla Jovovich, who worked with Anderson in the Resident Evil franchise, portrays M’lady De Winter, and Orlando Bloom, after barely laying down his Pirates of the Caribbean sword, picks up another one as the musketeers’ arch-nemesis The Duke of Buckingham. This 3D action adventure will beRead More
The revolving doors on the cast of Glenn Close’s “Albert Nobbs” continues as The Playlist confirms Aaron Johnson will be joining the cast, most likely replacing Orlando Bloom. Just recently Mia Wasikowska replaced Amanda Seyfried in the role of Helen. A passion project that Close co-wrote is producing and also starring in, the 19th century drama about a woman who must pretend to be a man in order to survive is set to begin filming in and around Dublin any day now. Rodrigo Garcia is directing. Veteran actor Michael GambonRead More
Earlier this year, it was announced that Amanda Seyfried, along with Jonathan Rhys Meyer, Glenn Close, Orlando Bloom and Michael Gambon, would be starring in Rodrigo Garcia’s “Albert Nobbs”, a drama, “featuring Close as a woman in Nineteenth Century Ireland who disguises herself as a man in order to survive”. Not anymore, according to Bleeding Cool, who have announced that Mia Wasikowski, star of Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland”, has replaced her in the role of Helen. Wasikowski starred in Garcia’s “In Treatment” in 2008, a role which many seeRead More

Posted On November 3, 2010By Linda GeIn Casting

Saoirse Ronan to play title role in “Effie”

At only 16 years old, Saoirse Ronan might be one of the hardest working actresses in Hollywood. Consistently taking on diverse, challenging roles, it’s no surprise she’s already one of the youngest Oscar nominated actresses ever, and every new film seems to put her back into awards contention. This year she can be seen in the Peter Weir escape epic “The Way Back”, and she is currently in production on teenage assassins caper “Violet and Daisy” for director Jeffrey Fletcher. Production Weekly is now reporting that Ronan will next takeRead More