Dane DeHaan’s Lucien Carr and Daniel Radcliffe’s Allen Ginsberg make a stunning couple as seen in these film images for John Krokidas’ Kill Your Darlings. The film also stars Jack Huston and Ben Foster in the iconic roles of Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs, respectively. Michael C. Hall and Elizabeth Olsen round out the cast.
Reading the Beats’ works is more an experience than a just a mere piece of literature. That could be why it’s been difficult to translate the works into a film and capture its essence. Krokidas brings these larger than life characters we’ve only experienced through words to the big screen hopefully with more success than the last couple of reiterations.
Images of the Kill Your Darlings cast dressed in their glamorous 1940s costumes.
The cast includes Ben Foster, Michael C. Hall, Daniel Radcliffe, Elizabeth Olsen, and Dane DeHaan.
Kill Your Darlings trailer starring Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan, Michael C. Hall, Ben Foster, Jack Huston and Elizabeth Olsen. The film follows the explosive friendships of the Beats - Allen Gingsberg, William Burroghs, Jack Keourac and Lucien Carr from their origins at Columbia University in the 1940s.
Images from the comedy Neighbors starring Seth Rogan, Rose Byrne and Zac Efron.
Zac Efron and Dave Franco channels Robert De Niro. Zac Efron looking abtastic. Rose Byrne and Seth Rogan are the unsuspecting new neighbors.
Zac Efron has come along way from his High School Musical Days. He seems to be a comedic match for Seth Rogan in this film. His portrayal of the free-spirited zen Nat in last year’s Liberal Arts starring Josh Radnor and Elizabeth Olsen was the highlight of the indie film that Radnor also wrote and directed.
Hillarious trailer for Neighbors starring Seth Rogan, Rose Byrne, Zac Efron, Dave Franco, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jake Johnson and Lisa Kudrow.
The movie follows married couple Seth Rogan and Rose Byrne with a new baby who move into a seemingly idyllic neighborhood until they realize their neighbors are a frat house. Zac Efron looking pretty hunky plays one of the frat boys alongside Dave Franco and Christopher Mintz-Plasse. The couple to their detriment wages war on the frat house.
Love the scene with the air bag and Zac Efron and Dave Franco dressed up as different Robert De Niro characters - classic.
The movie was directed by Nicholas Stoller of Forgetting Sarah Marshall and comes out May 2014.
Meet Anastasia Steele. E.L. James announced over the Labor Day weekend that the 23-year-old daughter of Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith was casted in the lead role for the film adaption of her highly popular 50 Shades of Grey novel.
The unknown actress starred in the brief lived Fox show Ben and Kate. She also appeared in 21 Jump Street, The Five Year Engagement and The Social Network. In The Five Year Engagement she played the unstable younger girlfriend of Jason Segal’s Tom after he breaks-up with Emily Blunt’s Violet. She played hot mess and cray cray very well.
Sons of Anarchy’s Jax Teller is taking on mommy porn by being casted in the role of Christian Grey for the film adaption of E.L. James’ best selling, 50 Shades of Grey.
The British hottie may be unknown to the rest of the world but his fans know all about his talented “body” of work.
Do you think his casting deserves some of the backlash hitting the internet? I think he’s sexy as hell and can see him doing all the kinky shit the book describes.
"A long time ago, we use to be friends but I haven’t thought of you lately at all. If ever again, a greeting I send to you, short and sweet to the soul is all I intend."
“We Use to be Friends” - Dandy Warhols
Veronica Mars movie coming in 2014. Can’t wait to see Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring) smolder on the big screen. Piz was sweet but Veronica and Logan were EPIC!
John Krokidas’ Kill Your Darlings is an origin story of the Beat Movement. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe as Allen Ginsberg, Jack Huston as Jack Kerouac, Ben Foster as William S. Burroghs and Dane DeHaan as Lucien Car. The story follows the founding fathers of the Beat generation at Columbia University where they initially meet. Michael C. Hall portrays David Kammerer who was obsessed with Lucien Carr and whom Carr ultimately kills in self-defense.
This will be the third movie adaption about the writers of the Beat Generation following this year’s On the Road and Big Sur. This is the one adaption I am excited to see considering the talented actors attached to it.
Douglas Booth is featured in the latest issue of Flaunt Magazine. He is following in the footsteps of Leonardo DiCaprio by taking on the iconic role of Romeo in Carlo Cerlei’s adaption of Romeo and Juliet. He starsalongside Hailee Steinfeld.
He next stars as Harry Villiers in the film adaption of the play, Posh. The story centers on the members of the fictional Riot Club at Oxford University. The film also stars Max Irons and Sam Claflin. In the article, he talks about his character in the film.
“I play Harry Villiers,” says Booth, explaining the character he is currently immersed in. “It’s an ensemble piece, each character is so individual. My character is sporty, he’s very good with women, but he’s stuck in this place where he’s going to inherit this big house because his dad’s a duke. So he lives in this weird place where, whatever he does he knows where he’s going to end up: at this country pile, fixing the roof for the rest of his life, maintaining things. These years at Oxford are his years to just breathe.”
Max Irons as King Edward and Rebecca Ferguson as his queen from Starz’s The White Queen
Max Iron’s King Edward of Starz’s The White Queen marries Rebecca Ferguson’s Lady Elizabeth Grey - a commoner and fights for his throne.
Swedish Actress Rebecca Ferguson will next me seen in The Vatican produced by Ridley Scott for Showtime.
Max Irons is currently filming Posh. The film is based on the play by Laura Wade that centers on the fictional Riot Club. The club is an elite Oxbridge dining society that meets regularly in a private dining room of a pub. The original play starred Kit Harington of Game of Thrones. The film also stars Sam Claflin and Douglas Booth.