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Deals have closed with Phase 4 Films for Canada, Village Roadshow for Australia/New Zealand, Nu Metro for South Africa, Karantania for the former Yugoslavia, Cinema Prestige for Russia, Falcon Films for the Middle East, Calinos for Turkey, Pictureworks for India, Fine Films for Japan and Ram Entertainment for Malaysia.
A Us acquisition is understood to be pending. The film wrapped production in Detroit last year and tells of three couples dealing with the same reality-shaking event.
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These television couples, rounded up by PopSugar , liked each other so much that they were (or still are) also couples in real life: Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin: They're married, and also played a married couple on Veronica Mars . Blake Lively and Penn Badgley: They dated for a while, and their Gossip Girl characters Serena and Dan ended up together in the end. Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas: They play Snow White and Prince Charming on Once Upon a Time , and are engaged in real life—and expecting a baby. Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder: They dated for a while, »
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Abercrombie & Fitch just announced the roster of its new "The Making of a Star" campaign, and some of our favorite young TV stars made the cut.
The new photos debuted on Friday (Jan. 31) feature "Arrow" star Colton Haynes, "The Vampire Diaries" star Steven R. McQueen, "Revenge" star Christa B. Allen, Disney Channel star Debby Ryan, "Twisted" star Kylie Bunbury, "90210" star Diego Boneta and Nickelodeon star Jazzlyn Marae. Photographs and videos of each star will be featured online, on the A&F App, and in A&F stores around the world.
"A&F's new Stars on the Rise are exceptional, multi-dimensional and optimistic," Craig Brommers, Svp of Marketing for Abercrombie & Fitch, says in a statement. "We're excited to add a new cast to our long list of successful talent."
This isn't the first time A&F recruited young actors for an ad campaign. Past Stars on the Rise include Jennifer Lawrence, »
Just one day after Jason Momoa's Batman Vs. Superman casting rumor was shot down, another unconfirmed story has emerged that Josh Holloway is being "strongly considered" for an unspecified role in the upcoming Man of Steel sequel.
There is speculation that he might be playing Aquaman, although that has not been confirmed by DC Comics or Warner Bros. However, with the inclusion of Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), it's possible that the studio is setting the table for their long-awaited Justice League movie. It wouldn't be terribly surprising to see Aquaman show up in this adventure for even just a cameo.
The problem with this casting rumor is that Josh Holloway seems a little too perfect for Aquaman. Jason Momoa would have been the less conventional choice. And that's where this franchise currently keeps landing, delivering one controversial cast member after the next. Also, we heard »
Last month, we reported that Jason Momoa was in talks for an unspecified role in Batman Vs. Superman, which was speculated to be either the villains Doomsday or Martian Manhunter. However, during a recent interview, the actor revealed that he is not involved in director Zack Snyder's superhero sequel.
"It's just rumors. I want to say something amazing, but I can't comment on rumors. It's flattering. I'm not involved in it."
When asked if, due to his massive stature, it seems like a "no-brainer" that he would star in a superhero film, he said that's possibly how the rumor got started.
"Maybe that's how it came out. Maybe someone said, 'You should be in this!' and I said, 'Yeah that would be great!' And it just went too far."
He also talked briefly about auditioning for Guardians of the Galaxy for the role of Drax the Destroyer, »
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