Super-adorable scene-stealer Will Poulter and dazzling DILF Jason Sudeikis walk the red carpet at the We’re The Millers European premiere at the Odeon West End in London. (Photos: Pacific Coast News)
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On the Muppets: Most Wanted set, the already vaguely Muppet-like Ross Lynch gets tips from Kermit about how to play a scene with Miss Piggy. And, btw, HOW EXCITING does Muppets: Most Wanted look? Imagine: A movie – ONE MOVIE – starring Teen Beach Movie hunk Ross Lynch, Tom Hiddleston, Christoph Waltz, CELINE DION, Danny Trejo, and Tina Fey! Why it’s the greatest ensemble SINCE GRAND HOTEL! Or THIS EPISODE of the Love Boat! I’m even more excited for this than I am for August: Osage County and Thor: The Dark World.
I’ve just spent the afternoon with Michelle Visage arguing the merits of Teen Beach Movie star Ross Lynch. She’s thinks he has a Karl Malden nose and is in no way leading man material. I agree that he’s a bit quirky (and, occasionally, his lazy eye distracts), but think he’s just so damn gung-ho and full of life, the sky’s the limit for him. Here he is on the cover of the latest issue of Glamaholic, with the headline “Meet Your New Heartthrob, America!” – so I’m obviously not alone. For more pics from inside the mag, go to Poison Paradise, and tell me what you think of Hollywood’s new it-boy.
It was announced yesterday that the upcoming indie horror comedy Life After Beth (based on the short film from 2010) will star always stellar Dane DeHaan, who is seriously my favorite actor IN THE WORLD right now. Chronicle? GENIUS. The vastly overlooked Lawless? BEST MOVIE OF THE DECADE. The Place Beyond the Pines? HE WAS RIVITING. I love him. I love his face. He’s like Arnie Grape’s evil twin. If he’s in this, take my money right now. It also stars superfabulous it girl Aubrey Plaza, so what’s not to like? I’m already in line. (via Movie News)
On a press junket for the upcoming RED 2, the always outspoken Mirren was asked if she had any words of advice for Lindsay, Amanda, and other young actresses who are overwhelmed by their stardom. “Don’t be up your own bum,” she said. “People get up their own [bum], and you really don’t need to… Just don’t do that.” (via Gossip Cop)
The hunky young Efronnabe opens up to the magazine about becoming Disney’s new breakout heartthrob. Strangely enough, though, he refuses to give his age. “I don’t talk about how old I am because sometimes it can affect parts that you get in Hollywood. I don’t believe that it’s a necessary element. I feel that I’m a character and I’m an actor. People focusing on my age instead of the role I’m playing can be a hindrance. But, my birthday is March 19th.” Hmmm. I’ve always found one way to get people to focus on your age is to SAY YOU WON’T TALK ABOUT YOUR AGE. It’s not available on either IMDB or Wikipedia, which leads me to believe he’s really Kirk Douglas in a rubber mask. Read the whole article here. (via Just Jared)
Callan, who plays the young Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby, and weirdly looks more like a young Leonardo than Leonardo did at the same age, opens up to Glow magazine about working on the lavish production. “It was an incredible experience to say the least. I have a strong role in flashback as Young Jay. It was an honor to be involved in such a production…. Leo is a terrific guy. Baz is talented and creative and incredible to work with. My only stories would relate to how do you turn a brunette (me) into a blonde, blue-eyed Young Gatsby. I had about seven eye appointments for hand painted lenses to match Leo’s eyes and they bleached my hair several times to get from brunette to blonde. The pre-production on this film was brilliant. I actually enjoyed watching the incredible detail they put into my role and the time spent to ensure that the cross between Leo and myself was flawless.” And flawless it was. I literally gasped when I realized it was another actor on the screen and not Leo, so seamless was the flashback. (via Just Jared)