So to make sure you’re fully prepared for what the best movie of the year (at least in the Dystopian Nightmares for Tweens category), I’ve rounded up my favorite interviews. Watch. Enjoy. And pray that one day you’ll be half as entertaining as these people. More
Topic: Jena Malone
I have to admit, I was worried about getting a little Jennifer Lawrence-d out and Catching Fire still won’t be released about another week. I know it’s probably not possible to O.D. on J-Law, but nevertheless I’m relieved that Jena Malone made an appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night. More
Recently Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Sam Claflin and Jena Malone sat down with Moviefone to do an unscripted interview about the movie. And by unscripted, they really mean unhosted. More
Are you ready for a massive Catching Fire pic dump? Awesome. More
We’re excited to see Stephanie Leigh Schlund (Cashmere) interact with several of the stars of Catching Fire: Alan Ritchson as her brother Gloss, Jena Malone in a badass fight scene, and her old on-screen brother Liam Hemsworth. More
Finally, Jena Malone will play Johanna Mason! But there are still a bunch of question marks left on CatchingFireCasting.com. Find out who’s left to join the movie, and see who we want to fill those roles. Warning: Our casting ranges from totally reasonable to utterly impossible. But we stand by it! More
Jena Malone, who we’ve all known since Donnie Darko and Saved, beat out unknown Zoe Aggeliki for the role of axe-swinging, often-naked District 7 victor Johanna Mason. More
Combine Jena Malone‘s roles in Saved!, The Go-Getter, and Sucker Punch, and she’s got everything you need to play the often-naked, axe-wielding, Katniss-bugging tribute Johanna Mason. More
You think you’re being sneaky, Hollywood, but we know what you’re doing: Releasing two movies with hunky leads and ambiguously dramatic plots on the same day (today). Channing Tatum plays a hard-edged cop in The Son of No One, while Cam Gigandet goes the romantic-dramedy angle with Five Star Day. So which one should you spend your hard-earned cash on? We differentiate between the plots, leads, love interests, and central angst to help you decide. More
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Nicki Stewart is a wardrobe fashion stylist who has worked for clients such as Chevy, MTV, and AT&T. We met up for tea at Local in Silverlake to discuss the highs (Paris Fashion Week!) and the lows (16-hour days!) of the gig. More
So, apparently I’m the only person on the Internet who actually liked Sucker Punch. (Jennifer at TheGloss hated how strangely personal the various tortures were.) Note that I did not love it: The messages about female empowerment and male possession were at times heavyhanded and incredibly confusing. But as I said to my friends when I left the screening, “I wish I had thought up this story.” To have time to play in the world that Zack Snyder — in his first wholly original work — created would have been a thrill.
But the video-game aesthetic of the worlds-within-worlds comes second in criticism to the hyper-sexualization of the five female leads. That was the part of Sucker Punch that made me uncomfortable, because it was often difficult to tell if this blend of sultry strip dancing (more on that in a minute) and ass-kicking were for the girls’ benefit, or for the men who were invariably watching. More
Last night was the California premiere of wacky-digital-reality of flick Tron: Legacy, and everybody dressed the part! Sparkles and silvers abounded while Olivia Wilde, who plays digi warrior Quorra, rocked a full-length gold shimmery dress that looked like a computer chip.
“Who are you wearing, Olivia?”
Ahh, we can’t wait for Sucker Punch! Director Zack Snyder has called his all-female lead flick “Alice in Wonderland with machine guns.” Which sounds pretty awesome to us. The film stars Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens, Abbie Cornish and Jena Malone and even features Jon Hamm in a non-Draper role. We can’t believe we have to wait until March to see it. More
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