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Well, it looks like Hollywood was definitely hiring today.
Show business is apparently still booming, as Diane Kruger, Chris Pratt, Lucas Till, Mos Def, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Octavia Spencer and even "Adventures in Babysitting" star Elisabeth Shue all scored new gigs today, according to various sources.
Kruger, whom we just can't wait to see as The Seeker in "The Host" next year, is hitting the history books as she's joined the cast of another Abraham Lincoln movie, "The Green Blade Rises," according to Deadline. She'll be playing Sarah Lincoln, Abe's stepmother, in a film that to our knowledge will feature neither vampires nor Daniel Day-Lewis. Get More »
Lucas Till is looking over his shoulder.
The "X-Men: First Class" star has signed on to join Liam Hemsworth, Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman in the high-tech thriller, "Paranoia," according to Deadline's report that Relativity Media has picked up the U.S. distribution rights to the film. Get More »
We have a quick confession: We're pretty stoked about the two fresh faces joining director Chan-wook Park's super-spooky Fox Searchlight film "Stoker."
Lucas Till, who wreaked Havok in "X-Men: First Class,"and Alden Ehrenreich, from Francis Ford Coppola's "Tetro" and upcoming gothy film "Twixt," are coming aboard. Get More »
It was a celebration of the swinging '60s. Mod dancers (on boxes!), vintage cars (for the stars!) and a live jazz band that never took a break set the stage for the New York premiere of "X Men: First Class."
A-list cast members including James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Rose Byrne, January Jones, Lucas Till, Kevin Bacon and Zoe Kravitz pulled up to the scene in Cold-War-era rides, looking hot to trot.
And with good reason, "X Men: First Class" is certainly one of the most highly anticipated flicks this summer — and, from the looks of the scene tonight, it won't disappoint. Get More »
Michael Fassbender, January Jones, Lucas Till, James McAvoy, Zoe Kravitz, Kevin Bacon, Rose Byrne: Sure, they're the stars of "X-Men: First Class," but the seven stunning stars also make the perfect red carpet lineup.
Arriving in sweet vintage cars, they brought the pretty to New York City's Ziegfeld Theater. See for yourself.
All the months of speculation, guessing, arguing and, most of all, tweeting, have finally come down to this: our first official list of contenders for the roles of Peeta and Gale in the upcoming big budget adaptation of Suzanne Collins' "Hunger Games" trilogy.
Yes, according to The Hollywood Reporter, screen tests have begun and Gary Ross is already focusing in on a few handsome faces to play opposite Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence as the boys vying for the heart of freedom fighter Katniss Everdeen.
Now the real test for fans begins: choosing sides. Let the games begin. Get More »
Alex Pettyfer is undeniably pretty. So pretty, in fact, that movie studios -- to the delight of his fans -- have been vying to cast him in roles in highly anticipated YA fare such as Jace in "Mortal Instruments," Tom in "The Last Apprentice" and Peeta in "The Hunger Games."
But of the hot Brit's three potential roles, we're actually hoping that Pettyfer gets passed over for Peeta. There, we said it. Nothing personal, Alex, we just don't think you're right for such a critical role, especially in a movie franchise that could rival "Twilight" in terms of fan reach and box-office pull.
Sure, Pettyfer looks the part for a "Hunger Games" lead. As anyone who has read Suzanne Collins' beloved dystopian thriller knows, Peeta Mellark is handsome and strong, with blue eyes, wavy ash-blond hair and a muscular build from years of hauling 100-pound bags of flour (he's a baker's son). But Peeta is much more than a pretty face atop a sculpted six-pack. He's charismatic, kind, honest, selfless and loving -- all with an intensity that bubbles just beneath the surface, and Pettyfer just couldn't pull that off that nuanced a role. Get More »