In The Devil’s Double, Dominic Cooper had to play two very different men: Uday Hussein (the son of Saddam) and his body double, Latif Yahia. Although Cooper took on both roles, even he had to rely on the saving grace of many actors: A stand-in who would hold the other character’s spot in scenes that featured Uday and Latif, as Cooper then recited the opposite lines.
Even in movies where the star plays only one character, he or she uses stunt doubles for fearsome action sequences, and stand-ins for the long hours between shots. We’ve found the professional doubles for Kate Beckinsale, Robert Pattinson, Lea Michele, and others… and the resemblance is quite uncanny. More
David E. Kelley‘s new Wonder Woman series, starring Friday Night Lights‘ Adrianne Palicki, is currently shooting in Los Angeles, and one fan got a video. @WonderboyLB tweeted a video of Palicki in full Amazon gear racing after nameless criminal, much less stylish in their white-hoodie-and-black-sweatpants ensembles. More
The first image of Adrianne Palicki as Wonder Woman in David E. Kelly’s new NBC remake has been released. And all I can say is:
Oh, honey. No. More
It’s always fun to discover terrible films that well known actors starred in before their careers took off. But when lots of popular faces show up in a new terrible movie, it’s just confusing.
And that’s definitely the case with Elektra Lux, Robert Guttierez’ new film about a former porn star who finds out she’s pregnant and then has a really weird day. Carla Gugino plays Elektra and also happens to be Guitterez’ girlfriend in real life. Making this film one of the best cases of dating nepotism in awhile.
Former Friday night Lights star got some good news this week when she got tapped to star in David E. Kelley‘s new remake of Wonder Woman. Friday Night Light fans will be excited to see her on the small screen again. And she’s certainly got the curves to fill out Wonder Woman’s costume. Let’s take a look back at Adrianne’s career so far to see how this move will change her Hollywood trajectory.
First of all: Ageism is a horrible thing. (Thanks to Patti Stanger, it’s our favorite phrase to pin on guys — “Him? He’s SUCH an ageist.”). We’d never deny a very good actress a very good part on a successful … More