Sorry, James Franco. Your brother Dave kicked box office butt this week in 21 Jump Street, and now Daniel Radcliffe is on track to erase the memory of you as Allen Ginsberg. Per People, set photos surfaced today of the former Boy Who Lived taking on a new mantle: The Boy Who “Howl”-ed. Click through for the first image! READ FULL STORY »
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Elizabeth Olsen is on screen for almost the entire 88 minutes of Silent House, the new horror movie that plays out in real time without any obvious cuts or editing. As Lisa Schwarzbaum noted in her review, Olsen is the perfect actress for the part: She has one of those placid, blank-canvas faces that registers every note of fear, and she’s a member of an elite club of actresses who somehow still manage to look gorgeous while crying hysterically. (Current Club President: Natalie Portman.) READ FULL STORY »
Elizabeth Olsen had a breakout 2011, with a critically acclaimed role in Martha Marcy May Marlene, and she’s got a jam-packed schedule of upcoming films: A May-December romance with Ted Mosby, a movie where Harry Potter plays Allen Ginsberg, and an inevitable costarring role with Dakota Fanning.
But first up in theaters is Silent House, an intriguing horror remake about a young girl visiting her family’s lake house, which comes under attack from unseen forces. The twist: Like the original Uruguayan film, Silent House is told entirely in real-time, which means the film replicates the one-take aesthetic of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope. You can get a little flavor for the film from EW’s exclusive clip, which finds Olsen awkwardly welcoming a neighborhood girl. “You don’t remember me, do you?” says the neighborhood girl, sounding a little bit like a renegade demon-twin from The Shining. “We used to play together.” Watch the clip: READ FULL STORY »
Get ready to brush up on your knowledge of the Beat Generation: EW has confirmed a Variety report that Elizabeth Olsen has joined Daniel Radcliffe in Kill Your Darlings. The Martha Marcy May Marlene star will be playing Edie Parker, girlfriend and eventual first wife of Jack Kerouac, and Radcliffe will be playing Howl poet Allen Ginsberg in the film, which focuses on the events of 1944 at Columbia University and the murder of David Kammerer by Lucien Carr (played by Dane Dehaan). Filming will reportedly begin in March.
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