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Exclusive Clip: Billy Burke on the Set of ‘Red Riding Hood’

Exclusive Clip: Billy Burke on the Set of 'Red Riding Hood'

To celebrate the release of the Red Riding Hood DVD (it came out yesterday), we’ve got an exclusive clip from behind the scenes of Catherine Hardwicke‘s darker, sexier take on the classic fairy tale. The video itself is more on the funny side, featuring the cast blocking out the big party scene partway through the movie. Billy Burke — he plays Amanda Seyfried‘s hardworking father Cesaire, and is also Bella’s dad in Twilight — jokingly chugs from a soda bottle to imitate Cesaire’s drunken state as he stumbles through the snowy set.

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‘Beastly’ and ‘Red Riding Hood’ Walk the Line Between Sticking to Original Fairy Tale and Providing New Take

'Beastly' and 'Red Riding Hood' Walk the Line Between Sticking to Original Fairy Tale and Providing New Take

“To adapt or not to adapt?” This question is less relevant now that many of Hollywood’s latest film offerings seem to build in some way on stories we already know. Now the dilemma for writers is, do they stick to the recognizable details, or strike out in an entirely new direction?

Two new releases have retooled beloved fairy tales for the teen set: Beastly, which came out last week, and Red Riding Hood, which hit theaters today. Both initially aim for darker takes on the stories, with mature protagonists, yet before the movie is over each has fallen back on details from the classic versions. More »

Hot Shot: ‘Skateland’ Star Shiloh Fernandez

Hot Shot: 'Skateland' Star Shiloh Fernandez

Shiloh Fernandez is a model-turned-actor whose star is on the rise with a slew of new flicks. In Skateland, he stars opposite Ashley Greene as a kid from East Texas trying to navigate his 1970s world. He’s also gets to kiss Amanda Seyfriend in Red Riding Hood – and who knows, he might even be the wolf! Take a look at the Skateland trailer: More »