Emma Greenwell has joined the cast of “Pride Prejudice and Zombies” starring Lily James, Douglas Booth and Jack Huston. Pic also stars Bella Heathcote and Sam Riley. Filming will start in September…
“Downton Abbey” actress Lily James, Sam Riley (“Maleficent”) and Bella Heathcote will star in the long-stalled movie version of “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.” Filming will start in September…
Disney has released its first teaser trailer for the live-action "Cinderella," and it is just that -- a tease. In the trailer, fans will not get glimpse of Cinderella, a fairy godmother, nor even a…
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James Franco probably thought being a multi-hyphenate performer and artist seemed pretty great. That was before he agreed to be the subject of this year's Comedy Central roast, which was taped Aug…
British actress Sophie McShera, known to most as Daisy Mason on PBS' hit show “Downton Abbey,” has been cast as the evil stepsister Noemi in Disney's live adaptation of “Cinderella.” McShera joins…
Helena Bonham Carter, who will next be seen in Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer's “The Lone Ranger,” will play the fairy godmother in the studio's “Cinderella.” Kenneth Branagh is directing the live…
The King in the North is becoming Cinderella's Prince Charming. “Game of Thrones'” Richard Madden has been cast as the prince in Disney's live-action version of “Cinderella.” Kenneth Branagh will…
The "Downton Abbey" actress will star in Disney's upcoming live-action version of the classic fairy tale that Kenneth Branagh will direct. Cate Blanchett co-stars as the evil stepmother.
Reality shingle Go Go Luckey has made key promotions within its senior management team to accommodate the departure of co-founder and partner Gary Auerbach to Wilshire Studios. Go Go Luckey…
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