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'Begin Again' trailer: Keira Knightley loves Adam Levine like a fool -- VIDEO


Begin Again, the summer musical romance from Once director John Carney, stars Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo as two wounded souls who connect in New York City. But the film also features two original coaches from The Voice, Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green. Levine, making his feature-film debut, actually plays a crucial role as Knightley’s boyfriend, a good-looking hipster-folkie who gets blinded by fame and fortune when a few of his songs are used in the soundtrack of a popular movie. Green pops up as a version of himself; he helps Ruffalo’s washed-up music exec in his last-ditch attempt to turn Knightley into a star.

In the film’s new trailer, Levine sings a more radio-friendly version of the tune his girlfriend wrote for him, “Lost Stars.” READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Cee Lo Green joins Adam Levine in 'Can A Song Save Your Life?' Plus: Shailene Woodley, Tommy Lee Jones


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• Cee Lo Green will join his fellow judge from The Voice
Adam Levine in the music-based drama Can A Song Save Your Life?, playing -- brace yourselves now -- a famous hip-hop artist. Levine plays the loutish boyfriend of Keira Knightley's character, an aspiring musician. Mark Ruffalo, Hailee Steinfeld, and Catherine Keener costar; John Carney (Once) is directing. [Variety]

Shailene Woodley will star in writer-director Gregg Araki‘s indie drama White Bird, about a young woman whose life is thrown into disarray after her mother disappears. [Variety]

• Tommy Lee Jones is finalizing talks to join Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer in Malavita, an action comedy about a mobbed up couple who relocate to France under the witness projection program. Jones would play their F.B.I. minder. Luc Besson (The Professional) will direct, from a script he wrote with Michael Caleo (The Sopranos). [Variety]

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