Behold the smarmy-sexy face of PURE UNADULTERATED EVIL, you guys: the villainous antagonist has been cast in the TV adaptation of Lauren Oliver's "Delirium," and he's every inch the handsome devil you've been hoping for.
Entertainment Weekly reports that the role of Thomas Fineman, a lobbyist determined to fight tooth and nail for the eradication of deliria, a.k.a. love, a.k.a. this man was clearly not hugged enough as a child, will be played by Billy Campbell. (You might know his craggily handsome mug from his recent appearances on "The Killing"; this blogger recognizes him as the babyfaced heartthrob of early-1990s retro romance "The Rocketeer," in which he was adorable, just FYI.)
Emma Roberts has never been shy about her love for all things YA, so it wasn't a surprise when paparazzi recently snapped the actress toting around a copy of Lauren Oliver's dystopian drama "Delirium." But, as it turns out, the novel isn't just a pleasure read—according to Entertainment Weekly, the actress has snagged the lead role of Lena Haloway in the upcoming Fox television adaptation!
"Delirium" is set in an alternate reality where love is a disease (amor deliria nervosa) that must be cured. Each citizen is required to have the lobotomy-like procedure when they turn 18, but weeks before Lena is to receive the cure she falls in love with Alex—changing everything she understands about her society and its rules.
Ohmigod you guys, our two franchise favorites of all time just collided and we are freaking out: Kristen Stewart (a.k.a. the once, future, and forever Mrs. Edward Cullen) and Elizabeth Banks (a.k.a. the Panem Capitol's most flamboyant fashionista) have been cast together in a new comedy flick about the cutthroat crazy world of footwear design.
According to Deadline, the two actresses are on board in supporting roles for "The Big Shoe," which is being pegged as a dark, erotic, funny film in the same vein as "Secretary" (although presumably with less James Spader-administered spankings.)
FROM NEXTMOVIE: Remember how Ryan Gosling is making his directorial debut with "How to Catch a Monster," a script he penned himself, which follows a young boy who discovers a road to an underwater town? Well, rumor has it that Ryan has cast his another lead (in addition to already announced Christina Hendricks), and it's a lovely lady he knows well—both on and off screen. Have you figured it out yet? Why, it's his main squeeze, Eva Mendes! Boy, it's rough being a Gosling girlfriend.
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With vampires and werewolves roaming the streets of New Orleans, it was only a matter of time before "The Originals" conjured UP a witch to complete the supernatural trifecta.
Deadline reports that the potential "Vampire Diaries" spin-off (being introduced through a back-door pilot episode airing April 25), has cast Daniella Pineda in the role of Sophie, "a witch whose magic has been silenced but not snuffed."
Daniella's graced the small screen a handful of times, with appearances in "Homeland" and "Men of a Certain Age."
It was only a matter of time before Sam Claflin and Lily Collins, rising stars of young Hollywood and veterans of last year's two best (okay, only) movie reboots of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," tried their respective hands at the romantic comedy genre—but even though it was bound to happen, can we talk about the extra-super cuteness of it happening for both of them, at the same time, in the same movie?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sam and Lily are set to star together in "Love, Rosie," a movie based on the book by Cecelia Ahern.
The big-screen adaptation of Richelle Mead's "Vampire Academy" has found its lead—and she's one of the "Beautiful Creatures"!
Actress Zoey Deutch, who appears in the Southern gothic out February 14, will play tempestuous Dhampir Rose Hathaway when production begins on the blood-sucking flick this summer, Deadline reports. Also cast are Australian newcomer Lucy Fry, who will Rose's best friend Lissa Dragomir, and Russian actor Danila Kozlovskiy, who will play Rose's mentor and love interest Dimitri Belikov.
Mark Waters ("Mean Girls") will direct based on a script written by brother Dan Waters.
Disney Channel's "Boy Meets World" spin-off has cast its second girl! Just days after landing lead Rowan Blanchard, "Girl Meets World" is adding Sabrina Carpenter as Riley Matthews' rebellious BFF Maya Fox, according to a report from Entertainment Weekly.
The 13-year-old's credits include the TV series "Goodwin Games" and the upcoming Daniel Radcliffe-starring fantasy film "Horns." And much like co-star Rowan, Sabrina seems to have singing aspirations, as she's signed to Hollywood Records.
World, meet Girl. Entertainment Weekly reports that the Disney Channel series "Girl Meets World," a spin-off of the much-loved TGIF staple "Boy Meets World," has found its titular lead in 11-year-old Rowan Blanchard.
Producers launched a nationwide casting search late last year to find a young actress for the role of Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga's (Danielle Fishel) precocious 13-year-old daughter Riley, from whose perspective the story will be told. Rowan has appeared in "Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D" and "The Back-up Plan."
Here's a casting rumor we'd hop a speeding locomotive to make come true: Kate Winslet is in talks to join the big-screen adaptation of Veronica Roth's "Divergent," according to Variety!
Curiously, the report does not indicate which role the Oscar-winning actress is eyeing. Some theories: It could be the part of Tris' mom, Natalie, who proves pivotal in the story's final pages. Or antagonist Jeanine Matthews, the Erudite leader who abuses her position. Or (and in our opinion, least likely) tattoo artist/test administrator Tori.