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The flick is about a 16-year-old assassin (Hailee Steinfeld) who fakes her own death to have a normal adolescence in high school, and it is currently filming in Atlanta. Based on the pictures and videos coming from the set, it seems like the entire cast is enjoying Turner's tendency for hilarious antics with her cast members.
Director Kyle Newman (husband of "Hart of Dixie's" Jaime King) has been sharing a number of adorable videos and pictures of Turner on his Instagram. In one, Turner photo bombs him, while in another she tries to slam Dove Cameron's face into some food.
"So happy to be back in Atlanta. This cast and crew is amazing, »
I don’t remember when I started to notice the argument my parents weren’t having.
As Cool as I Am (2013) is the story of a young girl coming through her mid-teens the way most of us felt at the time. Lucy Diamond (Sarah Bolger) is the young child of young parents, Chuck (James Marsden) and Lainee (Claire Danes). Born when they were in high school, Chuck is now a lumberjack who spends very little time at home while Lainee finds her way in the world. That leaves Lucy virtually alone to navigate her first boyfriend (Thomas Mann), school, dangerous parties, and her own dreams of being a successful chef. It’s a rough old world out there, but luckily Lucy’s got enough sarcasm and personal strength to get through it. Spoiler alert.
- Jason Ratigan
And the steady flow of Afm 2013 news keeps on coming despite the big dance not officially opening its doors for a few more days. Next out of the gate is the first word on Accident 3D. Read on for details.
According to Deadline Project X's Thomas Mann and Chronicle's Ashley Hinshaw (pictured) are attached to star in Accident 3D, a debut feature from commercials and video helmer Dan Tondowski. Brian O’Shea’s The Exchange will kick off sales at Afm.
Based on a true story, the movie follows four teenagers on a joy ride gone wrong. Stuck at the bottom of a ravine after a violent crash, they find themselves in the crosshairs of the car’s psychotic owner, who will stop at nothing to retrieve it and its valuable contents.
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- Uncle Creepy
Brian O’Shea’s Los Angeles-based sales and financing company has added the 3D thriller to its slate in the lead-in to Afm.
Commercials and music video director Dan Tondowski will direct the story of four teenage joyriders who wind up at the bottom of a ravine in a car containing precious cargo as the vehicle’s psychotic owner enters the fray.
“We are extremely excited to be involved with Accident and this very talented team,” said The Exchange CEO Brian O’Shea (pictured).
“The demand for high-concept, 3D action thrillers that are unique and marketable is very high. We feel that this film could be a real breakout success for our buyers and we are excited to bring it to market.” »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
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A good sign though - "I've got to go actually and do some more voice-over, just like reams and reams of that". [Source: The Playlist]
Currently in production, Boutella will shoot her scenes in London until late January. [Source: Deadline]
Sean Bean plays a deep-cover operative with the uncanny ability to transform himself into a different person for each job. But his own identity comes into question when a mysterious stranger suggests »
- Garth Franklin
Up-and-coming actor Sam Dillon has been cast alongside James Franco and Thomas Mann in the indie drama “Memoria,” TheWrap has learned. Vladimir de Fontenay and Nina Ljeti are writing and directing the movie, which Franco is executive producing under his RabbitBandini Productions banner. Franco met the filmmakers while enrolled at New York University. Dillon and Franco recently worked together on Gia Coppola’s “Palo Alto,” which was based on Franco’s book of short stories. “Memoria” is one of three feature films being adapted from Franco’s short stories, along with “Killing Animals” and “Yosemite.” It is specifically based on the short stories “Memoria, »
- Jeff Sneider
• Felicity Jones may have helped put director Drake Doremus on the map with her affecting performance in his lovely indie Like Crazy, and then again in Breathe In, but Doremus is eying a new heroine for his next project: Kristen Stewart. The director is reportedly courting the Twilight star and Nicholas Hoult (Warm Bodies) for Equals, a science fiction love story. Moon scribe Nathan Parker wrote the script. [Deadline]
- Lindsey Bahr
• Melissa McCarthy can basically do whatever she wants these days, especially alongside her Bridesmaids and The Heat director Paul Feig. Her latest awesome endeavor? Potentially starring in Susan Cooper, a spy comedy about a James Bond-esque character. McCarthy, of course, would play the female Bond spinoff. According to the report, the project is being developed as a potential franchise and Feig would direct. Scheduling could be an issue, though. McCarthy has multiple projects with her production company On the Day as well as her Mike & Molly commitments. Still, McCarthy as a James Bond-type sounds delightfully promising. [The Wrap]
- Lindsey Bahr
Here's the latest casting news: Rhys Ifans (The Amazing Spider-Man) and Lucy Punch (Ben and Kate) will join Peter Bogdanovich's ensemble comedy Squirrels to the Nuts, along with Ahna O’Reilly (The Help) and Jake Hoffman (Click). Eve (Barbershop), Amaury Nolasco (Prison Break), Parker Young (Enlisted), Joey Lauren Adams (Chasing Amy), Elizabeth Gillies (Victorious), Paul Iacono (The Hard Times of R.J. Berger), Thorsten Kaye (Smash) and Jeremy Sumpter (Friday Night Lights) join the Drew Barrymore-produced horror film, Animal. Thomas Mann (Project X) will join Shira Piven's Welcome to Me, starring Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids), Will Ferrell (Anchorman), Tim Robbins (The Shawshank Redemption) and Linda Cardellini (Freaks and Geeks). Hit the jump for more on each picture. THR reports on the casting additions to Squirrels to the Nuts, a story that centers on “a married Broadway director (Owen Wilson) who meets a call girl (Imogen Poots) and tries »
- Dave Trumbore
"Project X" star Thomas Mann will join Kristen Wiig in the indie comedy "Welcome to Me," which is being produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay as well as Bron Studios, an individual familiar with the project has told TheWrap. Wiig stars as a woman suffering from a personality disorder who wins the lottery and decides to finance a cable access talk show in which she discusses her life. Also read: Jason Sudeikis Confirms 'SNL' Exit on 'Letterman' Mann will play an art student who is a big fan of Wiig's show and »
- Jeff Sneider
As Cool As I Am is a coming of age story about a smart, young girl caught in small town America. Dreaming of a bigger life, Lucy (Sarah Bolger) is subjected to her parents’ Lainee (Claire Danes) and Chuck (James Marsden) disintegrating marriage. Finding it tough to navigate her own relationships, Lucy not only confides in, but relies on best-friend, Kenny (Thomas Mann), for emotional and physical support. Ultimately, she finds hope and her dreams are within reach.
Director: Max Mayer
Starring: Claire Danes, James Marsden, Sarah Bolger As Cool As I Am is now available to watch in select theaters, Cable VOD, SundanceNOW and other digital outlets (iTunes, Amazon Streaming, PS3 Playstation Unlimited, Xbox Zune, Google Play and YouTube) »
- Melissa Howland
We're all aware that many people in Hollywood share an uncanny resemblance. We're not about to rattle off some tired list of celebrity twins. Instead, we take things up a notch with Hollywood Doppelgänger Math, a new series from GeekTyrant that is sure to change the way you look at actors and the roles they play. To make the cut, a person has to look like the sum of at least two other people. For this first collection, we focused on equations that resulted in young and/or up-and-coming actors. We have also included a list of other connections the actors share.
All three have played secondary love interests in popular sitcoms; Amy Adams in The Office, Alison Brie in Community, and Alexandra Daddario in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Both Adams and Brie have played sisters to characters portrayed by Emily Blunt; Adams in Sunshine Cleaners and Brie in The Five-Year Engagement. »
- Eli Reyes
The first trailer for As Cool As I Am from director Max Mayer debuted today. The film stars Claire Danes and James Marsden as a married couple struggling to raise their teenage daughter for whom they sacrificed life as they knew it when they were little more than teenagers themselves.
Sarah Bolger stars as the daughter in question alongside Thomas Mann as her potential love interest. As Cool As I Am, from IFC Films, has June 21st release date lined up in the States, with no UK release date announced as yet.
Bolger, best known for TV roles in Once Upon A Time and The Tudors, looks a good fit as spirited protagonist Lucy who must deal with her own growing up as her parents do the same. Based on the novel by Pete Fromm As Cool As I Am is a coming of age story with a gritty teen »
- Victoria Bull
Claire Danes and James Marsden's on-screen daughter isn't the only one growing up in the coming-of-age movie "As Cool as I Am." Danes and Marsden are, too. The first trailer for the upcoming IFC release focuses on their bright teenage daughter (Sara Bolger) dealing with Danes forgetting her birthday and cheating on her dad, while Marsden appears to be too busy working to notice. Also read: James Marsden, Claire Danes to Star in 'As Cool as I Am' Thomas Mann ("Project X") co-stars as Bolger's high school love interest. Max Mayer ("Adam") directed from Virginia »
- Greg Gilman
IFC has debuted the trailer for Max Mayer's As Cool As I Am drama, starring Claire Danes, James Marsden, Sarah Bolger and Thomas Mann, adapted from the novel by Pete Fromm. Lucy (Bolger) is a self-confessed tomboy that is considered one of the guys with her masculine haircut and attitude. She gets on well with her father (Marsden) but is frequently separated from him for months on end when he works in Canada. Her relationship with her mother (Danes) is easy-going provided she keeps the house tidy. Her mother's lenience even allows her daughter to drive her car, even when she is too young to apply for a license. »
Fun Size, 2012.
Directed by Josh Schwartz.
Wren's Halloween plans go awry when she's made to babysit her brother, who disappears into a sea of trick-or-treaters. With her best friend and two nerds at her side, she needs to find her brother before her mom finds out he's missing.
Fun Size is a Nickelodeon movie starring Victoria Justice. Justice has made a name for herself starring in kid friendly shows like Zoey 101 and Victorious. Now she gets a lead role in a feature film that feels like a made-for-tv movie. One has to wonder why this movie made it to the big screen when it could have easily performed much better as a Friday night movie on Nickelodeon.
While Fun Size isn't all completely bad, there's nothing »
- Flickering Myth
Chicago – “Fun Size” is such a weird, weird movie. Who was it made for? It bears the Nickelodeon label but also a PG-13 rating and enough suggestive humor that it could never air uncut on the network. Perhaps the clear fact that no one ever figured out its audience is why it never found one, grossing less than any Nick movie to date and opening in 10th place. You may be curious now that it’s on Blu-ray and DVD. Just rent one of the films this work so clearly mimics instead.
If “Fun Size” was just awful, that would be one thing. There are plenty of horrendous teen-driven comedies. It’s not that bad. There are a number of talented performers here and debut film director Josh Schwartz has done enough great work on TV that he knows how to pace a comedy scene. A bit where the »
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
Check out what's new to rent and own this week on the various streaming services such as cable On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, and, of course, Netflix. Cable On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pre-theatrical exclusives for rent, priced from $3-$10, in 24- or 48-hour periods Anna Karenina (Oscar-nominated period drama; Keira Knightley, Jude Law; rated R) Argo (Best Picture Oscar-nominated drama; directed by and starring Ben Affleck; rated R) Fun Size (comedy; Victoria Justice, Thomas Mann; rated PG-13) Sinister (horror; Ethan Hawke; rated R) Red Flag (romantic comedy; Alex Karpovsky; pre-theatrical release) Streaming/Digital Download: Rent from $4-$7 or own from $15-$20 (HD may cost more than Sd) iTunes Same as...
- Robert B. DeSalvo
This week, Zoey Deutch begins a brief arc on ABC Family's "Switched at Birth." While it's a nice get for the acclaimed family drama to land one of the co-stars of "Beautiful Creatures" and The CW's "Ringer" for a multi-episode run, Deutch's appearance is really a not-quite-family reunion. See, Deutch's mother, Lea Thompson, is one of the stars of "Switched at Birth," but the two apparently don't share any scenes together. Find out what makes the role "good ol' TV incest" in this brief clip from HitFix's Dan Fienberg's interview with Deutch (and "Beautiful Creatures" co-star Thomas Mann). »
- HitFix Staff
New 'Beautiful Creatures' movie delivered great drama,comedy,special effects & more. Warner Bros. Pictures released their new fantasy/drama flick "Beautiful Creatures" into theaters this weekend. I just checked it out,and thought it was amazingly interesting if nothing else. The special effects were phenomenal. I've always liked that sort of thing,and their was definitely large amounts of drama that went down as it is a hardcore love story. There was also some great comedy,served up as well. The movie stars: Alden Ehrenreich, Alice Englert, Jeremy Irons, Viola Davis, Emmy Rossum, Thomas Mann,and Emma Thompson. The new flick is based upon the novel of the same name by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. It takes place in a small town named Gatlin that character ,Ethan Wate, desperately wants to get out of. However, he eventually meets a new girl ,named Lena Duchannes, that just arrived into town with her magical family, »
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