Tag Archives: Lena Headey
So what would happen if "The Hunger Games" involved the entire country and not just a handful of hot teenagers? Well, thanks to the brand Apple Trailers clip for the upcoming horror film "The Purge," we now know the answer to that burning question.
And just as you might imagine, it involves a lot of Ethan Hawke looking like he's about to crap his pants. Get More »
This week: Tim Burton expands his short stop-motion film "Frankenweenie" into a charming feature-length film about a boy who uses science to bring his beloved pet back to life.
Fans of Cassandra Clare's "The Mortal Instruments" series will agree that casting for the "City of Bones" movie has been one hellaciously long process. Consider this: The first actor announcement came down nearly two years ago.
However, as the spiffy new official movie website for "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" now shows, there are very few spaces left open on the casting roster. In fact, this week "The Tudors" star Jonathan Rhys Meyers might've nabbed the biggest opening left (he's reportedly in talks to star as Valentine Morgenstern, the brainy and sadistic arch-villain of the series). Get More »
Heads up, Shadowhunters!
Lena Headey may be best known as the golden-haired Cersei from HBO's "Game of Thrones," but she's about to touch down on (and become a redhead for) another book-to-film phenom - this time on the big screen for "The Mortal Instruments"! Also joining the cast are "Mad Men" star Jared Harris and Godfrey Gao!
Author Cassandra Clare made the announcements on her blog today: Lena Headey will portray Jocelyn Fray, the mother slash badass shadowhunter whose kidnapping sends daughter Clary on a long, hard-fought rescue mission against the world's most powerful and deadly creatures. Meanwhile, Jared Harris is the pick for the duplicitous Hodge Starkweather, who has to decide between preserving his freedom and betraying the little ones. Finally, Godfrey Gao signs on as Magnus Bane, the illustrious High Warlock of Brooklyn. Get More »
Someone's back, and this time it's not Arnold.
"Terminator: Sarah Conner Chronicles" star Lena Headey has reportedly been cast as the lead villainness in the new 3-D "Judge Dredd" movie.
The smoldering actress will play Madeline Madrigal, aka Ma-Ma, the leader of a gang that has taken over the Peach Tree City Block—which has some people scratching their heads. In the script, Ma-Ma is described as being "in her late fifties or early sixties with a big scar through her cheek and lip," Total Film recounts. Get More »