I have added photos of Ansel attending “The Fault In Our Stars” Reunion And Bench Dedication Ceremony yesterday, November 20th to the gallery!
I have added a few photos of Ansel attending the Academy Nicholl Fellowships In Screenwriting Awards & Live Read last night, November 13 to the gallery!
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is gearing up for a February shoot in Queensland, Australia, which means the official cast is starting to heat up. Disney is reportedly targeting a number of young actors for the role of Henry.
No character details have been revealed in regards to Henry. Being tested for the role are Taron Egerton, who is already receiving advanced praise for his role as a young hit man in the upcoming comic book adaptation Kingsman: The Secret Service. George MacKay, a relatively unknown actor last seen in the gay activist drama Pride. Brenton Thwaites, who gained quite a bit of attention for his lead role in this summer’s The Giver and his co-starring role in Disney’s Maleficent. Mitchell Hope, who had a small role in The Descendants. Ansel Elgort, who has garnered a lot of attention and praise for his roles opposite Shailene Woodley in both The Fault in Our Stars and Divergent. And Sam Keeley, who has already earned his sea legs as part of Ron Howard’s In the Heart of the Sea cast.
At this time, there is no odds on favorite mentioned, though Ansel Elgort and Brenton Thwaites are the best known of the bunch. The question is, are either of them right for Henry?
Johnny Depp is set to reprise his iconic role as Captain Jack Sparrow in this latest franchise adventure. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is being directed by Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg, the pair behind the Oscar-winning adventure movie Kon-Tiki. Jerry Bruckheimer will produce.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales comes to theaters July 7th, 2017 and stars Johnny Depp. The film is directed by Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg.
Are you ready for it to be March 20, 2015 already so you can see the next installment of the “Divergent” series, “Insurgent?”
Well, unfortunately, we can’t make that happen for you. But what we can do is provide you with this “Insurgent” interactive 3D character poster of Ansel Elgort as that traitorous Erudite Caleb Prior, to celebrate Lionsgate’s announcement that the next step of Tris’ (Shailene Woodley) adventure will be released in both 3D and 2D. Check him out in all his interactive glory below:
Pretty cool, no? Lionsgate will be releasing a different character poster every hour on the hour on Tuesday (October 28), so feel free to check back in and click on Mr. Elgort to see who comes next!
Ansel Elgort is embracing his status as a heartthrob.
The 20-year-old actor ahs become one of the most in-demand youngsters in Hollywood thanks to his star-making role in The Fault in Our Stars (co-starring Shailene Woodley). In Hero Magazine (Issue 12), Elgort proudly displays his six-pack abs—and E! News has the exclusive first look at his sexy photo shoot!
“I couldn’t be happier about being known for The Fault in Our Stars,” says the up-and-coming actor, who is also an EDM musician that goes by the name Ansølo. “I’m lucky because a lot of people get known for big films and don’t really get to show themselves. They are just known because the film is so popular. But this film was so much about the performances and the characters that it really was like an acting piece for both Shailene and me. We are so happy to be known for that because, as much as I think Divergent is a great movie, if I was only known for that I’d be like, ‘Wait until you see me really act.'”
Elgort will reprise his role as Caleb Prior in Insurgent, the second installment in the Divergent franchise. He will also play the titular character in Van Cliburn, which chronicles the piano prodigy’s rise to fame. Elgort currently appears in the movie Men, Women & Children, directed by Jason Reitman and co-starring Kaitlyn Dever, Rosemarie DeWitt, Jennifer Garner, Judy Greer, Dean Norris and Adam Sandler.
The actor says he learned a lot from Sandler, as he’s had success in both comedies and dramas. “Good comics always say that to be funny you have to be truthful. Good comedy is about the truth,” he says. “And I suppose he’s really good at that, because he’s so truthful in this movie, in a really honest way.”
As Elgort hones his craft, he’s also learning how to deal with being a public figure.
“There’s 9 million people in the city every day—you almost never see the same person twice,” the New York City native explains. “That’s awesome. But that’s gone now. I don’t have that now, which is crazy. Kaitlyn Dever, who’s in this movie with me, we wanted to go grab an ice cream in L.A. and I realized that I can’t go get ice cream in Los Angeles, that’s not an option. I can’t do it. Even if only one person recognizes me, the whole shop, even if they don’t know who I am, wants pictures and autographs.”
Hero Magazine (Issue 12) is on newsstands Oct. 21.
Sorry for the delay! I have now added HD screencaptures of Ansel in The Fault In Our Stars to the gallery! Enjoy!
I have added high quality photos of Ansel attending the European premiere and after party of “Men, Women & Children” yesterday October 9th to the gallery!
I have added HQ photos of Ansel attending the press conference for “Men, Women & Children” press conference during the 58th BFI London Festival yesterday, October 9th to the gallery.
I have added photos of Ansel attending the “Men, Women, and Children” Los Angeles premiere and After Party on September 30th to the gallery!
Thanks to Kieran, I’ve added a four high quality stills of Ansel in Men, Women & Children and a behind the scenes photo to the gallery!