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Miller, Crudup & Angarano Join ‘Stanford Prison Experiment’

It was only yesterday that we brought you the trailer to Billy Crudup's latest venture, RUDDERLESS, and now it looks like he might be...

Two More Nightwing Contenders Emerge For Snyder’s ‘Batman Vs. Superman’

Yesterday we brought you details of the first talent linked to the sidekick character of Nightwing in Zack Snyder's still-untitled MAN OF STEEL sequel...

‘Frank And Cindy’ Gather More Castmates

  FRANK AND CINDY, the new project from young filmmaker G.J. Echternkamp, has added Oliver Platt, Jane Levy, Marc Maron and Johnny Simmons to its'...

THN’s Top Ten Former Child Stars That You Now Totally Would:...

To celebrate the release of Sophia Copolla’s THE BLING RING starring Emma Watson, we at THN bring you the Top Ten Former Child Stars...

Logan Lerman Finds The Perks Of Being Cast In David Ayer’s...

END OF WATCH director David Ayer, who's currently shooting action-thriller TEN (formally BREACHER) with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sam Worthington, is already lining up the...

Awkward New Poster For ‘Stuck In Love’

A brand new (and obviously awkwardly Photoshopped) poster has been released for STUCK IN LOVE (titled A PLACE FOR ME in Australia). Starring Greg Kinnear...

Exciting New Images From ‘Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters’

Brand new stills have arrived online for the PERCY JACKSON sequel PERCY JACKSON: SEA OF MONSTERS. Starring Logan Lerman (who really impressed me in THE...

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower DVD Review

Director: Stephen Chbosky Starring: Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Ezra Miller, Mae Whitman, Johnny Simmons, Melanie Lynskey Running time: 102 minutes Certificate: 12 Extras: TBC As an avid reader and...

‘Sin City: A Dame To Kill For’ Finds Its Ava Lord!

It appears everybody wants to be part of Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's prequel, SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR. A who's who...

THN’s Top 5 Of 2012: Number 5

2012 has seen box office records Hulk-smashed, Bond turn 50 as suavely as Jon Bon Jovi, and the Dark Knight's Rise. So, to reflect...