The Hunger Games hunk will be playing Bjorn, the “bold and intelligent warrior son of Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel)” on season 2 of the History Channel’s smash hit. Another reason I need to start watching this show. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
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From top left: Jennifer Aniston on the Stamford, Connecticut, set of her new movie, still being called Untitled Elmore Leonard Project; Hollywood survivor Jerry Lewis leaving a restaurant in Beverly Hills; odd couple David Spade and Alexander Ludwig ended up in a tight embrace on the street after leaving Los Angeles eatery BOA; and The Wanted’s Tom Parker, along with the rest of the UK boyband, were photographed looking sober at 1AM as they were leaving Saddle Ranch, the western bar on Sunset Boulevard. (Photos: Pacific Coast News)
Henry Cavill, who suddenly looks so dapper and so old Hollywood that he seems to be morphing into David Niven, was spotted at the Chanel pre-BAFTA dinner at Annabels in London. Next to him is my darling Alexander Ludwig at the Warner Music group Grammy after party held at the Chateau Marmont, and the more I stare at this picture the more I become convinced that, by God, he just might have what it takes to become this generation’s Dolph Lundgren. *Fingers crossed.* And below, perhaps my favorite picture
of the day EVER. Rupert Grint and Shia LaBeouf attending The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman premiere at the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival in Berlin. I love Rupert’s maniacal grin and and the way he’s grabbing on to poor Shia, who looks like he’s posing for an Ablixa ad. “Will… somebody… please… get Ron Weasley OFF of me?” (Photos: Pacific Coast News)
Ready to print, enlarge, and wheatpaste on your bedroom ceiling.
So we’ve seen Alexander Ludwig in this sleeveless flannel shirt before, on the set of Grown-Ups 2. But now he’s added a wig and goatee and suddenly it makes sense: He’s playing David Spade’s son. Except David Spade never looked quite this succulent. Yum. (Oh, and yes, those terrible tattoos are for the role.) (via Just Jared)
The brutally handsome Hunger Games star suits up for another cover. Somebody make this kid a star already. His IMDB page lists no new projects after The Hunger Games, but how could that be? I’m SURE studio execs heard the audiences squeal every time he came onscreen. They can’t be that oblivious to a pretty face.