Ian Harding is headed to the big screen!
According to Deadline, the 27-year-old actor has just landed the lead in an upcoming indie movie called Dynamite: A Cautionary Tale.
Based on a true story, it’s set during the advent of mainstream pornography in the 1960s.
Ian plays Max Bornstein, a middle-class kid who leaves college to partner with a childhood buddy to distribute the contraband but whose life begins to spiral out of control as he becomes addicted to heroin.
The film is set to shoot in New York City.
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Congrats, McKaley Miller!
The 17-year-old actress just joined Braddock & Jackson, alongside Daniele Watts, Deadline reports.
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The show centers on Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence as Chicago lawyers from vastly different backgrounds who develop a partnership after they unexpectedly meet in court on the worst day of their lives.
McKaley will play Kelsey‘s daughter, Lizzie, while Daniele will star as Martin‘s daughter, Laura.
JJJ Fun Fact: McKaley previously co-starred alongside Kelsey‘s real life daughter, Greer, in Awkward.
Good news, AnnaSophia Robb fans – she’s just been cast in a new movie!
According to Deadline, the 19-year-old actress will star opposite Minnie Driver and Frank Grillo in Conspiracy on Jekyll Island, playing their cancer-stricken daughter.
Aram Rappaport is set to direct the political thriller from a script he developed with Hilary Shor. Dianna Agron and Ed Westwick will also star.
For now, you can check out AnnaSophia in The Carrie Diaries every Friday night @ 8PM on The CW!
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Elle Fanning looks cute in her glasses as she makes her way through the terminal at LAX Airport on Tuesday night (November 19) in Los Angeles.
The 15-year-old Maleficent actress was arriving on a late-night flight from out of town.
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A few days earlier, Elle‘s sister Dakota was spotted at the Dominique Ansel Bakery with friends in New York City.
According to Deadline, the 19-year-old actress just landed the lead role in Gerardo Naranjo’s untitled coming-of-age story, which centers on Viena (Fanning), a roadie who’s on a journey of self-discovery and survival as part of a punk band’s convoy, traveling through America circa the 1980s.
Callan McAuliffe has just booked his next gig: the lead in Hackers.
The 18-year-old actor will play the lead role of Alex Danyliuk, according to Deadline.
Alex is an “ambitious teen techhead member of the secret Internet criminal network known as DarkWeb”.
Lorraine Nicholson, who you might remember from Soul Surfer, will also star in the flick as Kira Whittal, another member of DarkWeb.
Shooting is expected to start at the end of the month in Toronto and will move to New York City, Dubai and Thailand.
Olesya Rulin and Harvey Guillen have hopped on board for Eye Candy, THR reports.
The two actors are also joined by Lilan Bowden and Justin Martin for the MTV show starring Victoria Justice.
Olesya will play Ann-Marie Halliday, Lindy’s (Justice) roommate and best friend, who convinces her to sign up for online dating — setting into motion the mystery that will drive Lindy to discover a new danger in her life.
Justin stars as Tyrone Hall, an ex-juvenile delinquent turned techie who works with an underground cyber crime unit. He and Juan (Guillen) are a team, constantly bouncing ideas off each other and providing comic relief. Lilan will portray Page Austin, a young hacker trying to make a name for herself as a woman in the male-dominated cyber crime unit.
Eye Candy follows Lindy, who after suspecting that one of her mysterious online dating suitors may be a deadly cyber stalker teams with a band of hackers, Lindy works to solve the murders while unleashing her own style of justice on the streets of New York City.
Robert Pattinson is set to join The Lost City of Z, The Playlist is reporting.
The 27-year-old actor will join Benedict Cumberbatch and be produced by Brad Pitt’s company Plan B.
The Lost City of Z is an adaptation of David Grann’s book, which tells the story of English soldier-turned-explorer Colonel Percy Harrison Fawcett, whose obsession with the Amazon and belief that an ancient civilization resided there led him on many expeditions where he narrowly escaped death.
After financing eventually dried up, Fawcett self-funded one last adventure into the Amazon with his son, from which neither returned.