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'Noah' Super Bowl ad: Russell Crowe races against the clock -- VIDEO

Russell Crowe is working against time and his own mankind as havoc begins to reign down on Earth in a brand-new TV spot for the upcoming film Noah.

The 35-second teaser for the upcoming biblical film is scheduled to air sometime during this Sunday’s Super Bowl match-up between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. Watch the new promo for Noah below:
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Casting Net: Daniel Radcliffe to play American reporter in 'Tokyo Vice'; Plus Reese Witherspoon, more

• In case you chose to forget about Equus and Kill Your Darlings, we’re just here to remind you that Daniel Radcliffe is really never going back to his Harry Potter days. He’s just lined up a new project: an adaptation of Jake Adelstein’s Tokyo Vice, a non-fiction account of Adelstein’s work as an American crime journalist in Japan. Music video director Anthony Mandler (Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” and Rihanna’s “Diamonds”) will helm the feature, and playwright J.T. Rogers will write the script. [Deadline]

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Check out the new poster for 'Stuck in Love,' starring Jennifer Connelly and Greg Kinnear -- EXCLUSIVE

A father, his daughter, and his son all navigating the rough waters of love and relationships — such is the story of upcoming film Stuck in Love, starring Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly, and Logan Lerman.

Stuck in Love features Kinnear as Bill Borgens, a veteran novelist who hasn’t been able to write since his divorce three years earlier. Still obsessing over his ex-wife, Erica (Jennifer Connelly), Bill gets a talking-to for spying on Erica from his own daughter, Samantha (Lily Collins), also an aspiring writer. Samantha has her own relationship problems at college, where she’s recoiling at the very thought of first love with diehard romantic Lou (Logan Lerman). Meanwhile, Bill’s teenage son, Rusty (Nat Wolff), is trying to find his voice, both as a fantasy writer and as the unexpected boyfriend of his school’s dream girl.

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'Perks of Being a Wallflower': How the cast bonded during the 'best summer ever' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a high-school movie, capturing the trials and tribulations of adolescents trying to find their place in the world, but for the actors in Perks, the set felt a lot more like college.

“We were kind of living in a dorm environment,” star Logan Lerman said of the nights in the hotel during production with Emma Watson, Ezra Miller, and other castmates.

A featurette on Perks’ DVD and Blu-ray (available today) called “Best Summer Ever” puts a spotlight on the bonding the young cast did in that dorm-like environment. Check out an EW exclusive clip from the featurette below, then read on for what Lerman had to say about shooting Perks and his next project with Watson, Darren Aronofsky’s Noah. READ FULL STORY

'Perks of Being a Wallflower': Emma Watson and Ezra Miller tear up the dance floor -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

Anyone who’s ever been to a school dance has likely had that moment, when they’re standing on the margins of the dance floor, watching bolder, older kids cut loose with abandon in the center, wondering if they themselves have the nerve to step into the crowd and join in. That kind of adolescent yearning is at the heart of the coming-of-age drama The Perks of Being a Wallflower, writer-director Stephen Chbosky’s adaptation of his own best-selling YA novel of the same name.

In this exclusive clip from the film — which premieres Saturday at the Toronto Film Festival and begins a limited release in theaters Sept. 21 — young freshman Charlie (Logan Lerman) is the kid on the sidelines, and his new friends, seniors Sam (Emma Watson) and Patrick (Ezra Miller), are the ones tripping the light fantastic on the dance floor. Check it out below:  READ FULL STORY

Emma Watson on 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' and leaving Hermione behind

The Perks of Being a Wallflower marks Emma Watson’s first major post-Harry Potter role. She remembers meeting with Stephen Chbosky (who not only wrote the 1999 novel but wrote the screenplay and directed the movie, too) who persuaded her to take on the part of Sam, a rebellious and popular high school girl. “At our initial meeting, he said, ‘Okay, not  only is this going to be one of the most important parts you play, you’re also going to have the summer of your life and meet some of your best friends.’ I thought, ‘That’s quite a claim. Who is this guy?” Watson says with a laugh. “Everything he said came true.”

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