Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake
Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg have nabbed the leads in The Social Network (aka "the Facebook movie"), a drama written by Aaron Sorkin , according to Variety.
Eisenberg will play Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg; Timberlake will play Sean Parker, the co-founder of Napster who became Facebook's first president. They are joined by...
Shiver me timbers! Another Pirates of the Caribbean is coming.
To announce the big news, Johnny Depp sailed onstage upon a pirate ship at the Anaheim Convention Center on Friday to announce the upcoming fourth installment of the Disney franchise ...
Transformers star Megan Fox says she suffers from psychological ailments and fears dying young in an interview with Wonderland magazine.
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Us Weekly reports that Fox compares herself to Marilyn Monroe in the interview in the mag's September/October issue (which is not available online). "I could end up like that because I constantly struggle with the idea that I think I'm a...
Mad Men star Jon Hamm has signed on to co-star with Ben Affleck in the crime thriller The Town.
Hamm will play an FBI agent on the heels of a bank robber (Affleck) who is considering going straight after falling in love with a bank teller (Rebecca Hall), according to the Hollywood Reporter. Despite their romance, the teller ...
Jessica Stroup, Homecoming
Set in the outskirts of a frigid Pittsburgh, the new big-screen thriller Homecoming finds Matt Long (Jack & Bobby) playing Michael, a former high school football hero returning to town with his college girlfriend Elizabeth (90210's Jessica Stroup) in tow. Thing is, local gal Shelby (The O.C. alumna Mischa Barton) fancies herself still attached to Mike — and she is by no means ready to let go, even if it means making like Kathy Bates to cut the competition off at the knees — somewhat figuratively. Stroup shared a look at the making of the frightful film, as well as gave a peek at what's ahead for 90210's Silver.
TVGuide.com: Did you know what you were getting into with this film, or not until you got 20 or so pages into the script?
Jessica Stroup: For sure I did. I had seen Misery with Kathy Bates, and this is kind of an updated version of that. I've done some horror movies in the past [including Prom Night and The Hills Have Eyes II], but this is different. It's more of a psychological thriller.
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TVGuide.com: There's a particularly creepy moment when Shelby tells Elizabeth, "I'm only trying to help you" — and we're worried she actually believes that.
Stroup: It's so interesting to me to play "crazy." There's such a fine line between ...
Ryan Eggold with Tahyna Tozzi, Trophy Kids
Ryan Eggold spent his summer vacation from 90210 filming Trophy Kids, an indie that he describes as "a commentary on Generation Y, these kids who sort of... have a sense of entitlement."
Eggold plays Max, a guy "who's been on Easy Street his whole life." Bored and looking to stroke his ego, Max "arrives at the idea of making a film" — about his hard-living, party-boy self, of course, says Eggold.
As Max enlists an aspiring screenwriter (played by 7th Heaven's David Gallagher) to tell his tale, "Drama ensues, and there's a girl ...
Harry Potter may cast a spell on moviegoers with Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince beginning Wednesday, but the film will likely break a huge record with no magic at all.
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The latest Potter film is poised to push the series over the $5 billion gross mark at the worldwide box office, moving it past the James Bond catalogue as the highest-earning film franchise in history, according to Variety. The five previous Potter films have earned $4.48 billion to date, and the latest is expected to eclipse 007's mark by ...
Eric Dane and Patrick Dempsey
Grey's Anatomy stars Patrick Dempsey and Eric Dane are bound for the same big-screen project, joining the estimable ensemble for the romantic comedy Valentine's Day.
The Garry Marshall-directed film follows five interconnecting stories about Los Angelinos anticipating (or in some cases dreading) the holiday of love.
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Dempsey will tread familiar ground and play ...
Katherine Heigl has signed on to star in and produce the big-screen drama Life As We Know It — but Grey's Anatomy fans needn't worry about this new gig impacting Heigl's recently confirmed return to the ABC series.
Heigl — who is currently filming the Lionsgate thriller Five Killers, opposite Ashton Kutcher — is due back on the Grey's set in late July, now that her option for Season 6 has been picked up. And while a rep for the actress was unable to comment on the anticipated production start for Life As We Know It, it is ...