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Hutcherson did a lot of bicep training to build up the beefy arms you'd expect from a baker's son used to lifting heavy bags of flour, while Hemsworth, as the underfed and striving coal miner Gale, is a lot stringier and thinner. Everything about The Hunger Games so far seems to be nailing the feel of the books
One is the guy who lost out on the lead role in Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man to Andrew Garfield, even after making a video showing what he could do as the webslinger. The other is not only the brother of the actor who is playing Thor in Marvel's upcoming superhero movie, but was completely edited out of Sylvester Stallone's The Expendables
Though a wide variety of up-and-coming actors have auditioned for the lead roles in The Hunger Games, it seems two of the most famous names are getting closer to snagging the parts. According to Deadline there are no deals in place yet, but Liam Hemsworth is the lead contender to play Gale, while Josh Hutcherson
THR has a rundown of the actors testing today to play both Peeta, the boy sent along with Katniss to fight to the death in the Hunger Games, and Gale, her childhood friend with whom she's had a long-buried attraction
The last decade has brought us Hopkins as Wise Old Men in Alexander, Beowulf, The Wolfman and the upcoming Thor, and now he's moving on to Arabian Nights
David Ellison is hoping to borrow Miley Cyrus’ man for a bit so he can take the lead role in Northern Lights, the spot left vacant by the highest paid teen actor. If he bites, Liam Hemsworth will play an aerobatics pilot who butts heads with his wealthy controlling father.
The Expendables is as jam packed with stars as a movie as a movie can be. It promises to be two hours of explosions, muscles, guns and blood. But did you know that there is actually a story?
Director Chuck Russell previously made the largely forgotten Rock vehicle The Scorpion King, and it seems that in general they're going for a slightly middlebrow action film here
All movies based on Nicholas Sparks novels contain certain key elements-- North Carolina beaches, honey-colored sunsets, beautiful white people frowning as if they have real problems
Surprisingly, the movie doesn't completely focus on Miley Cyrus's adorable personality or her relationship with a hunk played by Liam Hemsworth (who looks exactly like older brother Chris, a.k.a. Thor) Instead it seems to be much more of a family comedy/drama
Miley Cyrus and Nicholas Sparks are just about a perfect match-- both of them coming out of the South with broad fanbases across the country, both of them offering the kind of comforting entertainment that feels just hip enough
It's been a while since we had any rumors about who Kenneth Branagh might be casting as Thor, so let's start another one! To be fair, this latest one isn't a rumor, but it's also not a set casting notice