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Welcome to Ansel Elgort Fan, your best source for American actor and DJ, Ansel Elgort. You may recognize Ansel from his roles in the "Divergent" series, "The Fault In Our Stars," "Men, Women & Children," and more. Ansel will soon star in the films "November Criminals" and "Billionaire Boys Club," and "Baby Driver." The site aims to provide you with all the latest news, photos, media, and more on Ansel and his career. Please take a look around the site and visit again soon!
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11
Aug 2014
Photos • Emily   /   0 Comments

I have added HQ photos of Ansel attending the 2014 Teen Choice Awards yesterday to the gallery! Ansel also won Choice Movie Breakout Star, Choice Movie Actor: Drama, Choice Movie Chemistry, Choice Movie Liplock, and The Fault In Our Stars Choice Movie: Drama! Congrats to Ansel and all of the TFIOS cast and crew!

EDIT: A bunch of more HQ photos have been added thanks to Kieran at The-Flash.org!

I have added HD screencaptures of Ansel in “Divergent” to the gallery!

28
Jul 2014
Photos • Emily   /   1 Comment

Ansel attended the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards last night! Ansel also won Fan Favorite Actor, Best On-Screen Couple, Best Movie for TFIOS! Congrats to Ansel! The awards will air tonight Monday, July 28th @ 8PM ET/PT on the CW! I have added a bunch of HQ photos of Ansel at the awards along with a portrait session from the awards. Many thanks to Kieran for the photos!

I have added photos of Ansel attending the Dior Homme show as part of Paris Fashion Week Menswear Spring/Summer 2015 on June 28th to the gallery!

A long time ago – like, we’re talking July last year – I called up the famous fashion photographer Arthur Elgort to chat about his trip to China with Linda Evangelista. Before hanging up, he said, “My youngest son is Ansel Elgort. He’s going to come out in a movie soon that’s going to make him big time.” That movie was Carrie – the Kimberly Peirce remake of Stephen King’s telekinetic thriller starring Chloë Grace Moretz.

Arthur Elgort was right. He did make it big time. “He believes in me,” smiles Ansel when I tell him about our exchange. He’s sat in the Soho Hotel, legs sprawled across the coffee table between us, munching on caramel corn. With only three films to date, the youngest Elgort is already girding his loins from the clamouring Tumblr ‘shippers’ (vehement fans who pair two people in a dream relationship). In The Fault in Our Stars, Ansel plays Augustus Waters: a cocksure hunk in remission who falls for Hazel Grace Lancaster (played by herbal hottie and homemade toothpaste guru Shailene Woodley). Together, they trek to Amsterdam to visit Lancaster’s favourite author, Peter Van Houten. What really happens, though, is a deluge from the beginning of the second act when the floodgates burst. You’ll sob in this movie, I swear. This acerbic account of young teenage love thriving despite being diagnosed with a terminal illness “says important things about sick people, shoots down the stereotypes,” says Elgort. So for those of you that get this, bring tissues along when you go. Okay? Okay.

Did you ever get to use Shailene’s herbal toothpaste?

Ansel Elgort: She offered it to me, the toothpaste, but I’m okay with Crest (laughs). She would give me stuff and I’d just eat it. I’m down for whatever, if you wanna give me something I’ll drink your drink – the thing about it is if she’s drinking it you know it’s probably not bad for you.

And? How’d you feel?

Ansel Elgort: I wouldn’t feel bad, I never got sick or anything. The funny thing is that with Shailene if you ask her what things are good for, she’ll like tell you for 95% of the things – the reason they’re good for you is like, “This is good for digestion.” It’s like everything is good for digestion now.

How’d you guys first meet?

Ansel Elgort: It was during the audition for Divergent. There weren’t sparks. We played brother and sister the first time we met. Shailene is a big presence, she dominates whatever scene she’s in. If the actor she’s with isn’t good, she’s going to dominate the shit out of them and it’s going to be a mess. So it needs to be someone who’s a strong enough actor. So you have to think about how can you beat her in that scene, because she’s trying to beat you.

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27
Jun 2014
Photos • Emily   /   0 Comments

I have added scans from the July issue of GQ that Ansel is featured in to the gallery!

I have added a few photos of Ansel at Paris Fashion Week attending the ‘Valentino’ Menswear Spring/Summer 2015 show on June 25th to the gallery!

Ansel is featured in the 12th issue of Visual Tales. I have added scans from the issue to the gallery, but you can view a live version of the issue here! All the photographs in the issue were taken by Ansel’s siter, Sophie Elgort!

The Natural

Some Young Hollywood Heartthrobs come out of nowhere and end up with everything. Ansel Elgort isn’t one of those guys. In fact, he’s already got all the goods you’d expect from a natural born YHH. The absurd handsomeness. (His pouty, knowing smile makes you want in on the joke.) The famously creative parents. (His father is a Vogue fashion photographer, his mom’s an opera director.) And the ability to, you know, act. (He made his Off Broadway debut as a senior in high school.) His cool-guy name alone—after photographer Ansel Adams—deserves Tumblr fan sites. And if his ascent to stardom were summed up by a hashtag, it’d be #WokeUpLikeThis.

It makes sense, then, that the 20-year-old was tapped to star in two of the year’s biggest YA-novel-inspired blockbusters: spring’s box-office- shattering Divergent and this summer’s tearstained, cancer-stricken-teens-in-love story, The Fault in Our Stars, (Not to mention, the lead in Van Cliburn.) As Augustus, the smooth-talking boyfriend of Shailene Woodley’s Hazel—”full of himself, but in an endearing way,” Elgort says—he’ll reduce even the most beer-can-crushingest bros to tears. “Anytime a movie makes someone cry,” he says, “it’s usually a good thing.” (Future cues to be taken from Ryan Gosling post-The Notebook.)

The key to nailing the tearjerker scenes, he explains, is just “tricking your mind into really believing—I’m helpless, I have no value anymore… It’s really good therapy.” A sensible, if grim, exercise with some humbling aftereffects. “I thought about how much cooler and, like, better a person Augustus is than Ansel,” Elgort says. “He’s this perfect guy. And I was like, Ansel kind of sucks.” Makes us wanna cry.

I have added photos of Ansel attending a Special Screening of “The Fault In Our Stars” in London on June 17th to the gallery!