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We could all use a little more Edward Norton in our lives.
Though the Fight Club star has had a few particularly zeitgeisty moments (see 1996, which brought us Norton’s Primal Fear/Larry Flynt/Everyone Says I Love You trifecta, or 2002, when he had big roles in four movies… one of which, granted, was Death to Smoochy), he generally keeps a pretty low profile by appearing in just a few carefully chosen films each year. This, plus Norton’s closely guarded personal life, mean that he’s sort of impossible to get sick of — and makes his first time hosting »
- Hillary Busis
In case you’re still in denial that there’s a fourth Jurassic Park film on the way, here’s some casting news to really drive the point home. This movie is happening. And “the kid from Iron Man 3″ is going to be in it.
Deadline is reporting that Ty Simpkins has been cast as a lead in “Jurassic World.” Simpkins actually has quite a resume. Aside from IM3, the 12 year old has also appeared in “War of The Worlds,” ” Revolutionary Road,” “Little Children,” “Pride and Glory,” and “Insidious.” If the murmurs are true, he’ll soon be joined in the “Jurassic World” cast by Bryce Dallas Howard and possibly Jake Johnson (New Girl).
“Jurassic World” will be coming your way during the stacked Summer of 2015, and will be directed by Colin Trevorrow- who also co-wrote the script with Derek Connolly after winning the job with his work on “Safety Not Guaranteed. »
- Mario-Francisco Robles
Iron Man 3 star Ty Simpkins looks to be heading to Jurassic World in 2015, with Deadline revealing that the young actor has joined the cast of Colin Trevorrow's (Safety Not Guaranteed) fourth instalment of the Jurrasic Park franchise in a lead role, where he'll link up with the previously announced Bryce Dallas Howard (Spider-Man 3).
Despite being just 12 years of age, Simpkins has built an impressive resume, having appeared in the likes of War of the Worlds, Pride and Glory, Revolutionary Road, Little Children, Insidious and Insidious: Chapter 2, as well as having a three film deal with Marvel Studios. Meanwhile, the site is reporting that Trevorrow's Safety Not Guaranteed star Jake Johnson (21 Jump Street, New Girl) is also being lined up as part of the cast, although Universal is yet to confirm that a deal has been made.
Jurassic World is currently set for release on June 12th »
- Gary Collinson
After being place on hold, "Jurassic Park 4," which is actually called "Jurassic World," is moving forward at lightning speed. It was recently announced that Bryce Dallas Howard is in talks to star in the film. And now comes word she'll be joined by Ty Simpkins. Simpkins is the little boy from "Iron Man 3" and "Insidious." His other credits include "Revolutionary Road," "Pride and Glory" and "Little Children." Joining "Jurassic World" means that the actor will re-team with Steven Spielberg after working together on "War of the Worlds." "Jurassic World" is directed by Colin Trevorrow and is set to hit theaters on June 12th, 2015. Click here to read more about "Jurassic World." »
The 12-year-old actor recently worked on Iron Man 3 and now has a lead role in the dinosaur film, according to Deadline.
The first »
Exclusive: We got another lead casting in Jurassic World, the Colin Trevorrow-directed sequel that will be shot in 3D and which Universal will release in June 12, 2015. I keep hearing that New Girl and Drinking Buddies star Jake Johnson is in the mix, but the studio won’t confirm him. I don’t think they confirmed Bryce Dallas Howard, who has also been in talks for a role. I’m hearing that 12-year old Ty Simpkins, fresh from Iron Man 3, has booked a lead in Jurassic World. Despite the fact I probably have food in the freezer older than this young actor, Simpkins has worked before with producer Steven Spielberg, who is producing with Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley. Simpkins made his feature debut in the Spielberg-directed War Of The Worlds, opposite Tom Cruise and Dakota Fanning. Last year, Simpkins starred in the genre smash Insidious, and reprises in the sequel. »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
The new Clive Owen vehicle, Blood Ties, looks to pick up where Pride and Glory and We Own the Night left off. Essentially, this crime drama is set to follow the lives of two brothers on opposite sides of the law; one being a cop, and the other a former mobster who was recently released from prison, on top of several disparate individuals whose lives are all seemingly interconnected to the New York City underworld in the 1970s.
The film is a remake of the French language film Les Liens du Sang (Rivals), but whether it is a shot-by-shot remake remains to be seen. However, in an interesting twist, the star of the original is the writer and director of this English speaking update.
At the very least, the movie seems to showcase a very different Clive Owen than we are used to. The permanently debonair actor takes on a »
- Jay Russell
We knew Kristen Stewart had gotten new tattoos a couple weeks ago when she visited Pride and Glory Tattoo Parlor in Tennessee, but now we actually have photos. At the Chanel show at Paris Fashion Week, Stewart displayed two new small, minimalist tattoos she'd gotten on the sides of her wrists.
The one on her right wrist is an infinity sign while the one on her left is four parallel lines.
Start making your guesses on what they mean. »
- Todd Van Luling
Kristen Stewart showed off more than her killer legs in Paris this week -- she also revealed two new tattoos!The "Twilight" star's short shorts at the Chanel show on Tuesday almost made us miss her ink, which she got at Nashville, Tennessee's Pride and Glory parlor in June.So ... what do they mean? We don't know for sure, but some are speculating the Infinity symbol has to do with Robert Pattinson and that the four lines represent punk band Black Flag's logo.Those may both be a stretch (maybe she just likes the number 8), but get another look in the gallery above -- plus see more inked up female stars!What do you think of her tiny new additions? Sound off below. Read more »
- tooFab Staff
The perfect accessory for Kristen Stewart's edgy look at Paris Fashion Week? Two tiny new wrist tattoos! The 23-year-old Twilight beauty showed off her new ink at the Chanel show on Tuesday, July 2. Stewart revealed a tiny black infinity symbol on the inside of her right wrist, and a four tiny black parallel lines on the side of her left wrist. Last month, the actress was photographed at Pride and Glory tattoo parlor in Nashville, Tenn., while enjoying a road trip with friends. What do her tattoos [...] »
We're finally getting a look at Kristen Stewart's new tattoo! While attending the Chanel show at the 2013 Paris Fashion Week Haute-Couture Fall/Winter 2013-2014 presentation today (her first public appearance since officially breaking up with Twilight beau Robert Pattinson), the 23-year-old actress revealed her fresh ink. The tat, which Stewart got over a week ago at Nashville, Tenn.'s Pride and Glory parlor, appears to be a tiny infinity symbol in black ink on the inside of her right wrist. Stewart got the tattoo while on a cross-country road trip with a group of her pals last month. Stewart also showed off another tattoo on her other hand: four small parallel lines in black ink on her »
Kristen was spotted leaving Lax on June 30 and she looked upset. Do you think she’s trying to get out of La since Rob is moving on?
Kristen Stewart definitely looks sad in new pictures of her departing Lax. The 23-year-old actress’ destination is unknown but she kept her head down as she made her way through the airport with security alongside her. Do you think her getaway has anything to do with Robert Pattinson?
Kristen wore her signature skinny jeans and white t-shirt as she walked through Lax. This trip comes just days after she got a tattoo in Nashville, Tenn., at Pride and Glory Tattoo Parlor.
It’s unclear if Kristen was heading on another trip with friends or something business related. But either way, her ex-boyfriend hasn’t wasted any time moving on from the actress.
We told »
- Chloe Melas
Looks like Kristen Stewart had the itch to get inked. The Twilight beauty stopped by the Pride and Glory tattoo parlor in Nashville, Tenn., Friday, where she posed for pics with fans after getting a new tattoo. A source exclusively tells E! News Kristen "came in with a group of five people, all on their way to the airport, and they stopped in to get a quick tattoo." Although it's difficult to tell, it looks like the actress opted for a small design in red ink on her right wrist, but it's unclear if it's a symbol with any special meaning. The source could not provide any specifics on K.Stew's tat, although it appears to be her first. Kristen was »
Tattoos and birthdays kick off The Gossip Table this week! Robert Pattinson threw a lavish birthday party for a friend at his house. Chloe Melas reports that it was a Great Gatsby themed event with guests decked out in ’20s-inspired outfits. It sounds like more fun than the movie itself.
Meanwhile, Kristen Stewart was nowhere to be seen (not that she wasn’t invited per say). The actress and some friends are road-tripping across America and made a stop in Nashville, Tenn. K-Stew visited the Pride and Glory Tattoo Parlor where she got a new tattoo and took photographs with the staff.
Meanwhile, another ex-couple wants nothing to do with each other.
The Chris Brown and Rihanna roller coaster continues. We know they are no longer together but don’t ever expect to hear them on the same song again. Delaina Dixon reports that Breezy doesn’t want his ex on anymore of his tracks. »
- Stacy Lambe
Disney has announced that Jon Hamm's new film, Million Dollar Arm, has started shooting. The movie is being directed by Craig Gillespie (Fright Night), and also stars Bill Paxton, Lake Bell, and Alan Arkin. Here's what the film is about:
Based on a true story, Disney’s “Million Dollar Arm” follows Jb Bernstein, a once-successful sports agent who now finds himself edged out by bigger, slicker competitors. He and his partner Aash (Aasif Mandvi) will have to close their business down for good if Jb doesn’t come up with something fast. Late one night, while watching cricket being played in India on TV, Jb comes up with an idea so radical it just might work. Why not go to there and find the next baseball pitching sensation? Setting off for Mumbai with nothing but a gifted but cantankerous scout (Alan Arkin) in tow, Jb stages a televised, nationwide »
- Joey Paur
Principal photography has begun on Walt Disney Pictures’ Million Dollar Arm, starring Jon Hamm. Directed by Craig Gillespie (“Lars and the Real Girl,” “Fright Night”), the film is produced by Mark Ciardi and Gordon Gray, through their Mayhem Pictures, and Joe Roth, under his Roth Films banner, with Palak Patel and Kevin Halloran serving as executive producers. Tom McCarthy (“Win Win,” “The Visitor”) wrote the screenplay.
The film also stars Bill Paxton (“Haywire,” “Hatfields & McCoys”), Lake Bell (“What Happens in Vegas,” “It’s Complicated”), Suraj Sharma (“Life of Pi”), Aasif Mandvi (“The Daily Show,” “Margin Call”), Madhur Mittal (“Slumdog Millionaire”), Pitobash (“Three Idiots,” “Shanghai”) and Academy Award®–winner Alan Arkin. A.R. Rahman (“127 Hours,” “Slumdog Millionaire”) is scoring the film. Million Dollar Arm will shoot on locations in India, Georgia and Los Angeles.
- Michelle McCue
The deal came together after footage was shown at Cannes this week. The companies had no comment, but an informed source confirmed the talks.
CAA is repping domestic rights and Exclusive Media is selling international rights to “Jane” at Cannes.
Gavin O’Connor directed “Jane,” replacing Lynne Ramsay as director on the indie Western. Ramsay departed in March just before shooting was to start in New Mexico.
- Dave McNary
At 11 years old, Ty Simpkins already has quite a few credits on his resume. Simpkins has been in movies since he was barely 3 months old, and has roles in flicks such as Insidious, The Next Three Days, and Little Children. Maybe even more interesting is how many times he's been cast in films with his real life sister Ryan Simpkins - they play siblings in Revolutionary Road, Pride and Glory and Arcadia, among others.
Like many kids his age, Ty is a huge Iron Man fan. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Miranda R)
Rhodey isn’t Tony Stark’s only sidekick in Iron Man 3. In the threequel, Tony, while stranded in a small, snow-covered Tennessee town, gets some help from a science-savvy kid named Harley, played by young actor Ty Simpkins. As seen in the EW exclusive photo above, Harley encounters Tony when his suit is rather worse for wear.
When EW met up with Simpkins on the Disney lot to talk about Iron Man 3, the 11-year-old donned a T-shirt covered with Stormtroopers on skateboards, and tucked back on his head was the pair of Stark Industries 3-D glasses he got at the movie’s premiere. »
- Emily Rome
Everyone involved with "Jane Got a Gun" seems hellbent for leather in making the movie actually work out as another cast member has joined the getting less-troubled Western.
Gavin O'Connor is making his sudden last-minute directing gig less stressful by surrounding himself with people he's worked with before, such as new recruit Noah Emmerich, according to Deadline. "Jane Got a Gun" marks the fifth collaboration between Emmerich and O'Connor, following "Tumbleweeds," "Miracle," "Pride and Glory" and "Warrior."
Emmerich has been cast as the husband of Jane (Natalie Portman), an outlaw who comes home one day chock full of bullet holes. Hubby has become the target of a notorious gang (led by Bradley Cooper), so Jane hires the services of an ex-lover (Emmerich's "Warrior" pal Joel Edgerton) to protect him, her and their farm.
- NextMovie Staff
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