Fox Searchlight is back in business with "Juno" star Ellen Page, who's in final talks to join Brit Marling and Alexander Skarsgard in Zal Batmanglij's thriller "The East."
Jesse Eisenberg, Ellen Page, Penelope Cruz and Alec Baldwin are set to star in Woody Allen's untitled pic that will shoot in Rome this summer.
Ron Nyswaner will adapt Cynthia Wade's 2007 Oscar-winning doc "Freeheld" into a feature film starring Ellen Page. James D. Stern's Endgame Entertainment is financing.
Ellen Page will follow up her star-making turn in "Juno" by starring in Mandate Pictures' "Whip It!" which marks Drew Barrymore's directorial debut.
By and large, teenage girls in Hollywood are simple creatures, easily divided into groups of shrieking gossips, wayward hellions and helpless victims.
Unlike many of the other young performers in this issue, Ellen Page doesn't have a No. 1 album or legions of screaming tween fans. The 20-year-old Nova Scotia native is a Serious Actor, and as such…
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