From siblings to star-crossed lovers! EW reports rising star Ansel Elgort has been offered the male lead in "The Fault in Our Stars" opposite Shailene Woodley - who plays his sister in the currently-filming dystopian adaptation "Divergent."
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UPDATE: Director Wes Ball tweets that Ki Hong Lee has also joined the cast as Minho, a fellow Glader and ally to Thomas throughout the series. Lee is probably best known as a regular on short-lived ABC Family Read more
I mean, duh, we called it. It has now been officially confirmed with glowing quotes from director, producer and author in tow that the increasingly in demand Shailene Woodley will play the lead role of Hazel Grace Lancaster Read more
After a somewhat unpredictable year in which the stars we expected to break out largely didn't but fresh faces came out of nowhere to surprise us all, we are ready to look ahead to the new talent waiting to Read more
Another year, another new crop of fresh talent. Just like last year, the hardest part is narrowing down which of the dozens of the year's rising stars shone the brightest. This year we heralded the arrival of the unlikeliest Read more
Entertainment Tonight is the first on the Thailand set of the sequel to last summer’s monster hit “The Hangover” and brings us our first footage of the black-out drunk antics of Doug (Justin Bartha), Phil (Bradley Cooper), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Stu (Ed Helms), whose marriage is being celebrated this time around. Other familiar faces will be returning, such as Mike Tyson and Ken Jeong as Mr Chow, but not Heather Graham. Apparently it wouldn’t have made sense for her character to have a role in the sequel since it’s set in Thailand… but bumping into Mike Tyson and Mr. Chow is completely logical. Oh well. Stu will be marrying Jamie Chung instead.
Check out the new footage, which feels much bigger than the first movie, with more locations and bigger stunts, but is it just us or is poor Doug once again conspicuously missing for most of the action? See how they manage to lose him again when the film hits theaters on May 26.
It’s barely the new year and while we’re still thinking about our favorites of 2010, The LA Times invites us to look forward to the movies that will be fighting for our attention in 2011, with new stills from a dozen of the most highly anticipated (and not so anticipated) releases in the next 12 months.
There’s Emma Stone going dramatic in 60s Era civil rights drama “The Help”, supermodel Brooklyn Decker making her acting debut in the truly awful-looking “Just Go With It”, Jake Gyllenhaal stuck in Groundhog’s Day trying to solve a life-or-death mystery in “Source Code”, the guys from “The Hangover” back for more black-out-drunk shenanigans – this time in Thailand! – and many more. In short, there’s something for everyone heading our way.
Below are just a small sampling of first and second looks at a few of what 2011 has to offer. Of course, with Sundance around the corner – always at least a few breakouts and surprises in store – and the big awards contenders not bowing until late in the year, there’s still much to look forward to even if nothing in this group excites you.
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