Tag Archives: Jeremy Irvine
That was fast. It seems like overnight Dakota Fanning went from the penultimate child star to… young lady bravely facing death? Guess in the movies, anything is possible.
The trailer for big sis Fanning's latest flick, "Now Is Good," features the starlet as 17-year-old Tessa, a charming girl who is dying of leukemia—and enlists the help of a young man (played by the absolutely b'dorable Jeremy Irvine) to help her knock out her bucket list before she dies… which doesn't give the duo much time. Get More »
Just before Steven Spielberg took a chance on Jeremy Irvine to star in "War Horse," Jeremy Irvine was appearing in the chorus of the Royal Shakespeare Company, as a tree. Despite his lack of feature-film experience, Irvine impressed Spielberg during auditions for this epic adaptation of both a bestselling children's book and an award-winning Broadway show. The film depicts a boy (played by Irvine) and his horse inexorably transformed by World War I. Now that he's been anointed by the legendary director, Irvine's starring role promises to change his life as well. Get More »
What the Dickens is going on in the film industry?
After many less-than-successful attempts at remaking "Great Expectations," (we're looking at you, Alfonso Cuaron), a group of British filmmakers are giving it another shot with a brand new cast.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, David Nicholls' adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic is scheduled to start filming in the U.K. later this month, with newcomer Jeremy Irvine -- the kid we named one of Fall's biggest breakout stars thanks to his upcoming turn in Steven Spielberg's "War Horse" -- heading up the cast as Pip. Get More »
The leaves are falling, school is starting, and Oscar season is on its way. You might think it's time to leave summer blockbusters behind, but this fall has something for everyone, from arty indies to 3-D extravaganzas.
Some of these folks, like Julianne Hough and Lea Michele, are familiar faces from the boob tube who are making the leap to movies; and others, like Noomi Rapace, are better known overseas. What they all have in common is that their breakthrough moments are upon us, as sure as school supplies. Get More »
There are only so many Will Smiths and Natalie Portmans to go around, and as much as Hollywood producers would love to cast them in everything (for reals, Portman's in like 100 movies this year) they have to eventually take a chance on some fresh faces.
But which of those faces have the appropriate level of freshness? Our handy guide will let you know exactly which ponies to bet on (like "Sucker Punch" lead Emily Browning, left) as we scour through the wheat and the chaff to predict the most promising breakout success stories of the year to come. Get More »