Alex Wolff has just joined the cast of Patriots Day, a film which follows the 2013 terror attack during the Boston Marathon, according to People.
The 18-year-old actor is set to portray Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the younger Boston bomber, in a more serious role for Alex. He previously starred in the Nickelodeon show The Naked Brothers Band alongside his real-life brother Nat Wolff.
Alex Wolff is classy casual in a photo from his cover shoot for shuString magazine’s April 2016 “Flaunt” issue, on newsstands Wednesday (march 23).
The 19-year-old My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 star opened up about auditioning for the movie, working with his brother and wearing horse pajamas. Check it.
On working with brother Nat Wolff: “We’re just honest with each other and most of the time can read each other’s minds. Also Nat knows how to help me say the things I want to say the way I want to say them. I can’t without him and I think I do the same for him, hopefully.”
On his personal style: “I mostly like raincoats and pajamas. Preferably blue pajamas with horses on them. I like to wear that to events.”
On auditioning for Greek Wedding 2: “I auditioned a few times, which was daunting because the first movie is such a classic. But everyone was really nice in the audition and loose and fun.”
Nat Wolff poses with his brother Alex as they attend a screening of Demolition hosted by Fox Searchlight Pictures with The Cinema Society at the SVA Theater on Monday evening (March 21) in New York City.
Alex Wolff cutely hugs co-star Stefania Owen during the 2015 Savannah Film Festival held at Lucas Theatre on Thursday evening (October 29) in Savannah, Georgia.
The two actors joined director/writer James Steven Sadwith at the Q&A session for their new film, Coming Through The Rye.
The flick is set in 1969 and Jamie Schwartz (Wolff), obsessed with Holden Caulfield, runs away from boarding school to find reclusive author JD Salinger. Inspired by actual events, Jamie’s search for Salinger becomes a journey into sexual awakening, love and loss.