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Topic: Stanley Tucci
Several Tumblr users noted that Emma Watson‘s major projects have her acting in trios of best friends: Harry Potter, a TV movie called Ballet Shoes, and now The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Think this could be a deliberate choice? More
Most of the fun of The Devil Wears Prada was the delicious knowledge that this was a takedown of Anna Wintour. But where will Lauren Weisberger get the material for her sequel? Not from real life, obviously. More
What a fun day #HungerGames50 is turning out to be! Lionsgate has released a new Hunger Games trailer showing more of the Capitol before Katniss and Peeta go into the Games. Plus, we see how Caesar Flickerman (Stanley Tucci) and Cinna (Lenny Kravitz) each helps Katniss in his own way. More
Linda Flowers, head hairstylist for The Hunger Games, says she was inspired by “the classics and old Hollywood, mixed it with contemporary textures and colors to create contemporary classics” when it came to Jennifer Lawrence and Elizabeth Banks‘ hair in the movie. But what about Stanley Tucci‘s navy-blue ponytail? More
Over the past year, you might’ve heard of The Lawrence/Julie & JuliaÂ Project, where college student Lawrence DaiÂ endeavored to watch the blog-to-movie Julie & JuliaÂ every day starting November 29, 2010 and blog about it. His repeated viewings led to a bevy of funny, off-the-wall posts about racism in the movie, reenactments, and of course recreating Julia Child‘s recipes.Â Viewing #365 happened last nightâ€”not in Lawrence’s Northwestern dorm, but a public screening in Denver attended by his fan club and even Amy Adams‘ mom! More
We get to see District 12 and the Reaping, not to mention our first glimpses of the beautiful Capitol where Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) prepare to compete in the Hunger Games. This movie looks so good! More
Last week, Vanity Fair released a huge cast photo of Josh Hutcherson, Leven Rambin, and the other young “tributes” who fight to the death in The Hunger Games. And even though it was fantastic to see the movie’s main cast all together, we couldn’t help but miss the older actors who weren’t included: namely,Â Elizabeth BanksÂ and Stanley Tucci, who play members of the series’ image-obsessed Capitol. If the Hunger Games themselves are a commentary on reality TV, then the Capitol is a commentary on plastic surgery and eternally youthful Hollywood. More
Lionsgate just announced that Catching Fire, the second movie in the Hunger Games series, won’t be released until November 22, 2013. That’s more than two years from now, and twenty months after the first movie, which comes out March 23, 2012. Why the delay?! More
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Although I was holding out hope for him to play the sinister President Snow, I’m excited to see that Stanley Tucci will be part of the Hunger Games universe regardless. The actor has just signed on to play Capitol celebrity Caesar Flickerman, who conducts pre-Games interviews with each of the 24 tributes. (Think Ryan Seacrest, but with his hair, suit, and makeup dyed a new color each year.) More
The latest Hunger Games casting rumors claim that fantastic character actor Stanley Tucci, musician Lenny Kravitz, and Woody Harrelson are all on the short list for a handful of roles in the Lionsgate movie. Sources differ on how the parts will be distributed, but what I’ve heard is that they might play (respectively) President Snow, Cinna, and Seneca Crane. More
Here at Crushable, we have Burlesque fever — and one of our symptoms in an inexplicable need to figure out the spirit animal essence of each of the film’s actors. Pythons! Chimpanzees! While we’re getting our bed rest and drinking lots of fluids, check out the results of our Xtina-and-Cher-related fever dreams. More
Crush This is your weekly guide to what’s coming in music, movies and TV in the week to come. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows finally hit theaters today, and we’ve already made you a list of reasons to go see it. But if you can’t think of anything to do between now and Thanksgiving, don’t fret. Thanksgiving isn’t a holiday to stress about. It’s time to relax, watch TV, go to movies, and potentially drink…I mean eat too much. More
As Oscar night approached, it was a widely held belief that Christoph Waltz would take the Best Supporting Actor statuette for Inglourious Basterds. The belief was so widely held, in fact, that Supporting Actor nominees Matt Damon and Stanley Tucci … More