The 11th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews will be held at the Paley Center. The previews will kick off on September 6 through September 16. Josh Hutcherson will be attending the screening and panel for his Hulu show Future Man, on September 8th. Tickets go on sale on Friday, July 21st at 9:00am PT. Fans can save … More Josh Hutcherson scheduled to appear at Paley Center event
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has revealed its 2018 honorees for the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday. The Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence will be receiving her Walk of Fame star next year. Other recipients include Mark Hamill, Shonda Rhimes, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Taraji P. Henson and more. Congratulations to everyone!
The Darkest Mind adaptation has roped in a second The Hunger Games alum. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gwendoline Christie is joining Amandla Stenberg in the dystopian movie, adapted from the YA novel of same name. Christie, known for her roles in Game of Thrones and Star Wars, played District 2’s Commander Lyme in Mockingjay: Part 2. TDM follows Ruby Daly (Stenberg), a … More Gwendoline Christie joins Amandla Stenberg in ‘The Darkest Minds’ adaptation
The first poster for Amandla Stenberg‘s Everything, Everything is here. Check it out below: Everything, Everything is based on Nicola Yoon’s YA novel of the same name. The movie tie-in edition, featuring Amandla in a variation on the poster, which you can check out here. The movie hits theaters May 19. TW: Ableism.
Recently, Hulu released a montage of its on-going and upcoming shows, including a first look at Josh Hutcherson in comedy series Future Man. Watch it below. Future Man follows a janitor named Josh Futterman, played by Hutcherson, who is a “socially inept” janitor. But he’s also “a world-ranked videogamer by night,” and excels in a dystopian game Cybergeddon “where his … More Watch: First look at Josh Hutcherson in ‘Future Man’
Josh Hutcherson is all set to trade his acting chair for the director’s with his short film, Ape, in which he also stars as Travis, a young man who has schizophrenia. The film is part of The Big Script, an incubator series-collaboration between Josh’s company Turkeyfoot Productions, digital studio Indigenous Media and Condé Nast Entertainment-which mentored … More Josh Hutcherson talks his directing debut and future plans
The Hunger Games and Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer is joining Foxtel’s six-part drama, Picnic At Hanging Rock. The Australian drama is described as a re-imagining of Joan Lindsay’s novel of same name, which tells the mysterious story of a group of schoolgirls and a teacher who disappear on Valentine’s Day in 1900. Another familiar name for the American … More Natalie Dormer cast in Australian series ‘Picnic At Hanging Rock’
The first trailer for the movie adaptation of Nicola Yoon’s YA novel, Everything, Everything, is here. It stars The Hunger Games alum Amandla Stenberg in the leading role, Madeline, who lives an isolated life due to an immunodeficiency disease. Watch the trailer, featuring Naught Boy’s Runnin’ (Lose It All) with Beyonce’s vocals, below. What do you think of the … More Watch: First trailer for Amandla Stenberg-starrer adaptation of ‘Everything, Everything’
Variety has released the first still from upcoming drama set in Nazi Germany, Where Hands Touch, featuring Amandla Stenberg and George MacKay. While the timing of a project that seemingly humanizes a Nazi character will raise flags, filmmaker Amma Asante notes that the purpose of the story is “to shine a light on the existence of German children of … More First look at Amandla Stenberg in ‘Where Hands Touch’
The 2017 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards are here. Captain America: Civil War, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story racked up top nominations. The Hunger Games alum Jennifer Lawrence picked up two nominations for two separate movies, one of which, #Squad, can be voted for using special KCA hashtags. Alan Ritchson (Gloss, Catching Fire) is also nominated for Teenage Mutant … More Jennifer Lawrence nominated for two Kids Choice Awards