Especially considering there’s another female hero at the forefront to make the fanboys cry. More
Topic: Felicity Jones
I literally could not choose which of these three actresses (Anna Kendrick, Imogen Poots, or Felicity Jones) should play Sharon Carter in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Well, OK, I did make a choice—click through and argue with me in the comments. More
Anton Yelchin is 23, which means he’s been in the biz for more than half his life. We relive his early roles and the ones that made him famous. Happy birthday, Anton! More
Before the critically-acclaimed Like Crazy comes to theaters, check out its star Felicity Jones in the indie film Chalet Girl. She plays Kim, a champion skateboarder who lucks into a job at a swanky chalet up in the Alps and falls for her boss’ son Jonny (Gossip Girl‘s Ed Westwick).
Crushable’s got an exclusive clip from the movie: While the boss is away, Kim and the other employees decide to have a big party complete with crazy Finnish people who love to roll around in the freezing snow and them jump into the hot tubs. Naked, of course. More
Our new Trailer Recap feature gives attention to movie trailers we think warrant in-depth analysis. This time, we address Like Crazy, the upcoming Sundance darling that stars Felicity Jones and Anton Yelchin.
This video is either the trailer for a romantic film about young people or a viral ad for an antidepressant; it’s impossible to be sure. We begin on Young People Felicity Jones and Anton Yelchin, who appear to be in the throes of the particular type of romance that blossoms in dining halls and library tables and twin-size beds. They both seem the dreamy sort. Anton asks, “Would you mind reading me something?” More
Don’t get me wrong — having read the book, I’m excited for One Day, though Anne Hathaway‘s British accent is horrendous. But then came this Sundance winner Like Crazy, which stars Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones as college seniors who fall in love instantly but can’t be together because of post-grad plans and responsibilities. Unlike Hathaway and Jim Sturgess‘ characters, who can’t admit how powerful their connection is, Jacob and Anna try with all their might to make their relationship work despite the physical distance and desire to date other people. And the Ingrid Michaelson cover of “Fools Rush In” just does you in. More