Mila Kunis is ready to don her ruby red slippers and fly away to Oz.
Variety is reporting that, after many months of will she, won't she rumors, the "Black Swan" star is officially set to play Theodora in "Oz, the Great and Powerful." James Franco has already signed on board for the title role, which makes Kunis the second star in the film that will be directed by Sam Raimi. Her character is a former good witch who, after having her sexual advances jilted by Oz, ends up joining with her wicked witch sisters.
Juno Temple Joins "The Dark Knight Rises"
Here's just the latest in a slew of leading ladies who are joining up with Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises": Juno Temple is coming on board the film as a "street-smart Gotham girl." Could she end up becoming Robin to Batman like in the comic book "The Dark Knight Returns"? Splash Page puzzles it out for us.
John Travolta And Nicholas Cage Might Reunite
Is it too easy of a pun to state that John Travolta and Nicolas Cage are looking to face-off again? That's the way things are looking though. Vulture has learned that the two actors who originally teamed up in 1997's "Face-Off" are planning to reunite in not one, but two indie thrillers called "Shrapnel" and "Sea Trial." Nothing is set in stone, but things are looking good for these two action stars to get back together soon.
Jennifer Lawrence Talks Landing "The Hunger Games"
Jennifer Lawrence is one lucky woman, considering she just landed the hottest role in Hollywood. MTV's Hollywood Crush reported on a recent interview with the "The Hunger Games" star in which she said she never knew whether she had the role for sure. "I did this really long improv with Gary Ross—the director—and it was the most terrifying thing of my life," Lawrence said. "When I left, and when I heard it went well, I was like, 'Are you serious?' I had my heart in my throat the entire time. I haven't been nervous at an audition in so long, but that one got me."
Rosie Huntington-Whitley Already Receiving Awards
Though model-turned-actress Rosie Huntington-Whitley's first feature film, "Transformers: The Dark of the Moon," has yet to be released, she's already receiving some serious accolades from the movie industry. The Hollywood Reporter has the news that the 23-year-old Brit has landed the title of CinemaCon's Female Star of Tomorrow, which she will receive on March 31.
"The Three Musketeers" Trailer Arrives
Never before had we realized how many ninjas, ass-kicking ladies and 3D was in "The Three Musketeers," but the flick's first trailer showed us how wrong we were. We're pretty big fans of the latest stylized take on Alexandre Dumas's classic novel, despite how we much we loved 1993's Charlie Sheen and Keifer Sutherland-starring version.
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