Leven Rambin, who played Glimmer in The Hunger Games, has joined The Tomorrow People in a dangerous new role, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The Hunger Games has finished casting its 24 tributes, who will compete in a grisly competition in which the victor is the only one who survives.
Alexander Ludvig (Race to Witch Mountain) and Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan) will play...
Hunger Games has found its drunk former champ.
Woody Harrelson has been cast as Haymitch Abernathy in the upcoming big-screen adaptation of Suzanne Collins' dystopian novel, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Let the Hunger Games casting continue.
Stanley Tucci has won the role of Caesar Flickerman, the iconic host of the Hunger Games, according to the film's official Facebook page. Tucci, who can be seen next in Captain America: The First Avenger, joins Wes Bentley, Elizabeth Banks and Paula Malcomson, who play Seneca Crane, Effie Trinket and Mrs. Everdeen, respectively, as the few adult characters in the film.
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Wes Bentley has joined the ever growing cast of The Hunger Games.
Bentley, who starred in American Beauty, will play Seneca Crane, the head gamesmaker in the 74th Hunger Games. The 32-year-old actor joins Elizabeth Banks and Paula Malcomson, who play Effie Trinket and Mrs. Everdeen, respectively, as one of the few adult characters in the film.
Elizabeth Banks cast as Effie in Hunger Games
In other Hunger Games news, casting is almost complete for...
Sorry, Kristin Chenoweth: Elizabeth Banks is the new Effie of The Hunger Games.
The 37-year-old 30 Rock star has been cast as the "maniacally upbeat" Effie Trinket. Effie acts as...
Hunger Games has cast Caprica star Paula Malcomson to play the mother of Katniss and Prim, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In the books, Mrs. Everdeen is grieving after her husband's death and...
Newcomer Willow Shields will play Primrose Everdeen in the upcoming film adaptation of The Hunger Games, Deadline reports.
Primrose, the younger sister of Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), is originally selected to take part in the Hunger Games. However, knowing her sweet and delicate sister can't handle the...
Leven Rambin, David Henrie
For Wizards of Waverly Place's Justin Russo, love is always complicated, and in an upcoming three-part story, it won't get any easier.
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In Friday's episode, Justin, played by David Henrie, is distracted when a new student, Rosie (Leven Rambin), catches his eye. But when she's incapable of completing a wizard wand drill that he's teaching, he learns that she can't do magic because she's actually an angel.
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"She's gorgeous and Justin starts to fall in love with her [but] she's not who we think she is," Henrie says.
Virginia Madsen, Scoundrels
Take it from Virginia Madsen: Sometimes being bad can feel oh-so-good.
"Sometimes it's really fun to root for the bad guy," Madsen tells TVGuide.com of her new ABC dramedy, Scoundrels (premiering Sunday at 9/8c).
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Madsen plays Cheryl West, the matriarch of a family of criminals. When her husband Wolf (David James Elliott) is sent to prison, Cheryl decides she and her four children — ditzy aspiring model Heather (Levin Rambin), young and smart Hope (Vanessa Marano), and twin boys (both played by Patrick Fleuger), one of which is a dim slacker while the other's a sharp lawyer — are going to go straight. Of course, things don't exactly work out that way...