If watching this video didn’t move up to the top of your to-do list as soon as you heard about it, I really don’t know how to help you. More
Topic: Brie Larson
We can never resist a pretend casting around here, so let’s get to it. I’m going to assume this version of the story will follow Disney’s animated version, so that’s what I’m basing the characters on. More
Brie Larson is maybe about to sign on to costar with Mark Wahlberg in a movie called The Gambler, about a dude with a gambling addiction…and that got me to thinking: who the hell is Brie Larson? I mean I’ve heard the name before, but do I really know anything about her? Let’s remedy that. More
Joseph Gordon-Levitt character in Don Jon struggles a ton, partially because he has an actual addiction to porn, but the other part is that he’s just a jerk. And that makes me love him even more. More
In The Trouble with Bliss, Brie Larson seduces Michael C. Hall… just like she did with Chris Kattan in Tanner Hall, and other older men in other movies since 2009. More
The following is a guest post from our friends at Luckymag.com.
Tanner Hall, the first feature-length film from Tatiana von Furstenberg (yep, the designer’s daughter) and Francesca Gregorini, follows four boarding school seniors making their way, messily, to adulthood. Fernanda (Rooney Mara) pursues an affair with an older married man; Lucasta (Amy Ferguson) grapples with a surprising attraction; Kate (Brie Larson) uses her sexuality to drive a teacher nearly mad; Victoria (Georgia King) sits back, pulls the strings and manipulates the whole lot. Through it all, you’ll probably find yourself gazing at Fernanda’s excellent high-heeled boots and cozy plaid coat and wondering, “hmmn, what year is it anyway?” More
Calling all beautiful little fools: Baz Luhrmann‘s prepping to begin directing his film adaptation of The Great Gatsby. He’s apparently set on Leonardo DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby and Tobey Maguire as Nick Calloway — but what about Gatsby’s love, Miss Daisy Buchanan? Apparently, Baz is having a harder time finding the right woman. Rebecca Hall played the role at a reading, but the director has some other actresses in mind as well.
Reportedly, he’s considering Keira Knightley, Amanda Seyfried, Blake Lively, Abbie Cornish, Michelle Williams, Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman. Amanda gets our vote for the gal we can best see sinking her teeth into the iconic role, but since absolutely nobody asked us, here’s a list of five more actresses we’d like to see Baz consider for the part: More