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Max Thieriot is not even 24 years old but has already worked with notable directors like Doug Liman, Atom Egoyan, Wes Craven and Nick Cassavetes. Thieriot made his big-screen debut in 2004's "Catch That Kid" opposite Kristen Stewart, with whom he remains close friends. You might recognize him as the younger version of Hayden Christensen's character in "Jumper" and for roles in movies like the horror film "My Soul to Take" and the psychosexual drama "Chloe."
In the thriller "House at the End of the Street," Thieriot plays a young man, Ryan, who lives in said house where both of his parents were brutally murdered. This has rendered him an outcast in the small community, but that doesn’t seem to bother Elissa (Jennifer Lawrence), who's moved in down the street with her overprotective mother (Elisabeth Shue) and who feels connected to Ryan. Is he really a nice guy who just had bad things happen to him or does mother know best?
We caught up with Thieriot just before "House at the End of the Street" opens in theaters on Friday and asked him important questions like how to pronounce his last name, how sexy it was or wasn't to play Hunger Games with Jennifer Lawrence's face on camera and his enduring friendship with K.Stew. Get More »
Well, that didn't work... though we're not quite sure what it was trying to accomplish in the first place.
We're not sure whose idea it was to stage a fake stabbing at the New York City premiere of "My Soul to Take," but they're probably showing up for work this morning with their tail between their legs. Get More »
Welcome to Shocktober.
October is always a prime month for horror movies, and there seems to be even more blood-soaked offerings than usual this year.
There are no less than nine fright fests hitting theaters this month: Take a look at what tricks and treats are in store for you (including a sequel to the box office sensation "Paranormal Activity," and of course, another "Saw") -- and which ones are already underway (the critically acclaimed "Let Me In," among others). Get More »
You all remember how that slightly creepy children’s prayer goes, right? "Now I lay me down to sleep,
I pray the Lord my soul to keep," yada yada.
Well, don't look now, but terror meister Wes Craven has taken those yadas and turned them into a film event horror fans have been praying for: "My Soul to Take."