Tag Archives: Ed Westwick
Of course, we've seen a number of them on to the silver screen already — including Leighton Meester "That's My Boy" and "The Oranges" and Blake Lively in Oliver Stone's "Savages."
Since the world of these privileged few thrives on competition, it only made sense to see which GG star's movie career leaves the rest of the beautiful people in the dust. Read our (very scientific) rankings to find out, then weigh in yourself in our poll below. Get More »
We've been really clamoring for some new "The Mortal Instruments" casting news lately, and while we still don't have a Simon, voila! Our Isabelle Lightwood is now in the house!
Series author Cassandra Clare spilled the beans yesterday on her blog that French "The Borgias" actress Jemima West will portray the vixen shadowhuntress for the film, joining the already in-place castmembers Jamie Campbell Bower and Lily Collins.
"She's beautiful (like whoa) and really talented," Clare wrote about West. "You can see her as Vittoria on 'The Borgias' right now. She had a lot of Izzy's toughness and directness in her audition. I like her." Get More »
'Tis the season ... for holiday movies! When the weather outside is frightful, there's nothing quite like snuggling up on your couch to watch a holiday classic (or two, or three, depending on just how cold it is outside).
Celebrities are no different -- they like having their heartstrings tugged, too. We asked 18 actors, writers, directors and personalities what their favorite holiday movies are; and though you'll see some familiar titles on this list, you may spot a few surprises, too.
Ah, how we adore all of the elements involved with young love: the monetary negotiations, the cute yet sometimes unintelligible British accents, the winter sports...
As you can see, Ed Westwick and Felicity Jones have something of an unusual courtship in "Chalet Girl," the Brit rom-com that's finally getting a release in the States. Jones plays a former skateboarding champion who takes a job at a posh resort in the Alps, where she hopes to win some prize money in the snowboarding competition... and gets involved with her charming boss (Westwick).
Check out an exclusive clip of the two rolling around in the snow on Hollywood Crush. "Chalet Girl" will be OnDemand starting Sept. 9 and hits theaters on Oct. 14.
Paul Wesley, best known for his portrayal of the 162-year-old vampire Stefan Salvatore on "Vampire Diaries," is about to sink his teeth into something new.
Word around Tinseltwon is that the chiseled heartthrob is being eyed for the role of Count Paris in Carlo Carlei's adaptation of "Romeo and Juliet."
Wesley would be pitted against British thesp Douglas Booth (Romeo) to win the heart of Juliet, played by current "it" girl Hailee Steinfeld. He would join an A-list cast that also includes Holly Hunter as Juliet's nurse, Ed Westwick as the (ill-fated) Tybalt and Kodi Smit-McPhee as Benvolio. Get More »
A new, cinematic version of Shakespeare's classic romantic tragedy "Romeo and Juliet" is in the works and needs a young man to play Tybalt, a high and mighty prick who loves to ruffle feathers. Hmm, who could pull that off?
It seems the production team went with the most obvious (and perfect) choice: Ed Westwick, a.k.a. Chuck Bass, resident slimeball and trickster on CW's "Gossip Girl." The actor has been tapped to play the role of Juliet's cousin, reports Variety, alongside recent Oscar-nominee Hailee Steinfeld, who is set to play the titular female lead.
Hey, nothing wrong with riding the coattails of an 15-year-old if it means you get to be on the big screen! Get More »
While partying and lip-locking may not look like the greatest challenge for actors, the cast of "Gossip Girl" as certainly parlayed their four seasons (and running) into career wins. Blake Lively co-starred in "The Town," Leighton Meester shows up in "Country Song" and now Ed Westwick will make the jump to the big leagues in Clint Eastwood's upcoming J. Edgar Hoover biopic, "J. Edgar."
Details are scarce on what areas of the infamous FBI Director's life the script will focus on, but, according to Deadline, Westwick is set to play an agent recruited to pen Hoover's biography. In the process, he uncovers some peculiar information. Get More »