The tender moment occurs before the two young stars join together to solve a classmate's murder, in the film adaptation of the acclaimed YA novel.
Warner Bros. and Amazon Studios look to have found the star for their adaptation of Donna Tartt’s acclaimed novel “The Goldfinch,” offering Ansel Elgort the lead role.
'Baby Driver' crew visits Yahoo Movies, director Edgar Wright shares story of getting a thumbs-up from Ryan Gosling for first car-chase scene at CinemaCon
New trailer for 'Baby Driver,' Edgar Wright's music-driven cops-and-robbers romance, scored to oldie but goodie "Tequila" and playfully dubbed "TeKillYeh"
Crime-flick love story as Pop-conscious as Wright’s earlier work but unironic about its romantic core, it'll delight director’s fans and connect easily at multiplex
Ever since Lady Gaga wore the meat dress to the VMAs , it’s anything goes at the most out-there awards show of the year. Tonight on the red carpet at the 33rd annual show, some of MTV’s finest ? and a motley crew of other personalities ? were the ones wearing the wackiest ensembles. Take a look.
Reps for Shailene Woodley and Co. expected to push for re-negotiations as clients' contracts were contingent on a theatrical release
Ansel Elgort is in early negotiations to star in Warner Bros.’ long-gestating Dungeons & Dragons movie. The Fault in Our Stars actor would star in the film based on the classic role-playing game, which will be directed by Goosebumps helmer Rob Letterman from a script written by Wrath of the Titans scribe David Leslie Johnson. Hasbro’s Brian Goldner and Stephen Davis will produce, along with Courtney Solomon and Allan Zeman of Sweetpea Entertainment, as well as Roy Lee.
Writer-director of "Shaun of the Dead," "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," and "The World’s End" – is officially behind the camera again, a fact that Wright announced to the world via Twitter.
Disney and Lucasfilm are inching closer to finding their young Han Solo for the upcoming untitled Star Wars spinoff. Sources tell Variety that after seeing thousands of actors, execs have cut the list down to about a dozen actors with Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort, Dave Franco, Jack Reynor, Scott Eastwood, Logan Lerman, Brooklyn star Emory Cohen and Everybody Wants Some actor Blake Jenner among the names making the cut.
Horror movies are frequently made, often on low budgets, and they usually feature big ensemble casts full of victims ready to be cut down. For all these reasons, there’s a rich tradition of A-list actors who got some pretty humble starts in the world of cheapo horror flicks. While the most famous example might be Jamie Lee Curtis’ shriek-ifying turn as Laurie Strode in 1978’s seminal Halloween, the trend has continued well into the present. Mila Kunis took an early cinematic role in 2002’s utterly inexplicable American Psycho 2.
We’ll go on a limb and say Ansel Elgort is really excited that the hockey season started. He was animated throughout the game — jumping, hugging, and selfie-ing — but, when making an apparent play for a loose puck, he jumped over his seatmate, Alex Manon, and nearly bit it.
Orange Is the New Black actress Taryn Manning has been busy with gigs. DJ Pauly D, who audiences met on Jersey Shore, has had residencies in Vegas and Atlantic City. Former The Hills stars Brody Jenner and Audrina Patridge have both headlined clubs.
It’s the day after the premiere and after party for his latest film, Whiplash, and Miles Teller has certainly felt better. Teller stars as Andrew, a jazz drummer at an elite music conservatory who wants so badly to be a musical great that he not only forfeits all personal relationships, he also withstands the emotional and physical abuse of a fiercely intimidating instructor (J.K. Simmons). Teller shares not only Andrew’s musical talent, but also his drive. He’s already wrapped two other potential big hits: Next year’s Divergent follow-up, Insurgent, and the new Fantastic Four reboot, in which he’ll star as Reed Richards. As if that wasn’t enough to keep him occupied, Teller also had to deal with an online brouhaha last month, when he was quoted as saying he felt “dead inside” after wrapping Divergent, forcing the Philadelphia-area native to vehemently (and very frankly) defend himself.