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You know what they say — one starlet's schedule conflict is another starlet's opportunity. (OK, so they don't really say that, but it's true.)
Case in point: as of last month, it girl Chloe Moretz was slated to star in the Portland-set indie drama, "The Wilderness of James." However, she has since had to drop out due to the production schedule for "Kick Ass 2: Balls to the Wall," leaving a gaping hole at the top of the cast list.
Enter Isabelle Fuhrman, the brunette beauty who will take Moretz's place. Get More »
All of the week's hot casting news in one fell swoop ...
• At this point, who isn't going to be in "August: Osage County"? Deadline reports that Ewan McGregor has joined the family as Bill, a college professor and estranged husband of Barbara (Julia Roberts) and son-in-law of pill-popping matriarch Violet (Meryl Streep).
• Every movie becomes better if Sam Rockwell is in it, which means "Why Now" is destined for greatness. Screen Daily reports that the "Seven Psychopaths" star has joined the cast of the indie comedy alongside Marisa Tomei and Brian Geraghty.
• Mrs. Robinson, eat your heart out! Broadway World reports that Decepticon co-ed Isabel Lucas is set to turn up the heat in "Careful What You Wish For," a "Basic Instinct"-esque thriller about a high school student's affair with an older woman that ends up having devastating consequences (as these things often do). Get More »
That bunch knows how to sizzle before the camera. But did you know Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss Everdeen) can also air-puppetteer her own face? Or that Josh Hutcherson (Peeta Mellark) can make an insane cricket chirping noise on cue? Or that Liam Hemsworth (Gale Hawthorne) can perform magic tricks for a crowd? Get More »
There may only be a few things officially lined up for "The Hunger Games" at this year's Comic-Con event (we can probably — hopefully! — count on a proper "Catching Fire" cast and filmmaker panel next summer), but there's still some real potential for the annual shindig-o-geekery to make us feel like we're living right there in Victor's Village.
We hope Isabelle Fuhrman knows ballet.
The "Hunger Games" star will soon be dancing her way back into the horror genre as she takes on the lead role in the remake of "Suspiria," according to The Playlist.
Assuming that the plot of the remake doesn't stray too far from Dario Argento's 1977 shocker, "Suspiria" follows an American student (Fuhrman) who's accepted at a prestigious European ballet school, only to discover it's actually a front for a coven of witches and set to an obtrusive Goblin soundtrack (and lit by lots of red and green lights). Get More »
March was all about one thing and one thing only for me: "The Hunger Games." Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth headed to New York for some promotional appearances and I had never been more ready. They were all over New York City, from morning shows to late night talk shows, with a premiere and a book signing in between.
And it didn't work out too badly for me. I spent 20 straight hours chasing them around and managed to snap photos with Liam Hemsworth, Isabelle Fuhrman and Stanley Tucci. Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson were the most in-demand – and therefore the most difficult to meet – but I've got my eye on them for next time.
Aside from the cast itself, I managed to meet a few other celebs at "The Hunger Games" premiere, and was lucky enough to spend St. Patrick's Day with Kellan Lutz. Not too shabby, right? Get More »
Isabelle Fuhrman is one of the most experienced young Tributes in "The Hunger Games" cast. Unlike a few of Katniss' other costars fighting it out to remain the last teen standing, Fuhrman has been acting since she was a little girl in Atlanta.
The 15-year-old actress, whom many will recognize as the creeptastic star of the horror flick "Orphan," plays Clove, a cutthroat Tribute who sets her eyes on defeating Katniss. With her newly acquired stunt skills and another high-profile movie in the works, it looks like the odds of stardom are definitely in Fuhrman's favor. Get More »
In "The Hunger Games," Katniss' only shot at sizing up the competition comes from screening a few reaping ceremonies and interviews.
We fans, however, have an opportunity to learn a lot about the line-up of young castmates thanks to their previous movies and television roles.
In fact, these kids' prior work is so great that we decided to knot together a little handy-dandy must-see list. Check these out and you'll be well-versed in who's who among the "Hunger Games" tributes and friends long before anyone steps foot in the Arena. Get More »
Former 'Orphan' and future District 2 Tribute Isabelle Fuhrman is currently in talks for a major role in "After Earth" alongside Will and Jaden Smith. The upcoming sci-fi film, which will be directed by M. Night Shyamalan, is about a father and son who find themselves back on Earth long after it was abandoned by humans.
Fuhrman, who plays Clove in "The Hunger Games," is up for the role of Rayna, a friend of Jaden's character, according to THR. The Smiths' onscreen family is already filled out with Zoe Kravitz as the daughter/sister and Sophie Okenado as the wife/mom. Get More »
When it comes to movie villains, there are levels of hate. You know, there are villains you love (Magneto, for instance), villains you love to hate (Darth Vader) and villains that you just flat-out hate (Lord Voldemort).
But today, "The Hunger Games" brings you a whole new category: villains you hate so much there aren't even words in the English language to describe it, just primal, guttural noises.
It's time to get your growl on, because Lionsgate has revealed on Facebook the actors who will be portraying the film's twin embodiments of evil, with Alexander Ludwig and Isabelle Fuhrman cast as the District 2 Tributes, Cato and Clove. Get More »