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Mar 2014
Interview Videos • Emily   /   0 Comments

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Mar 2014
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Mar 2014
News • Emily   /   0 Comments

Prom season is right around the corner, so we wanted to see which of your fave celebs has what it takes to be crowned Teen’s 2014 Prom King. A prom king is usually someone who everybody loves and gets along with, and it’s no secret that we ADORE all of the guys in the running. However, it’s up to YOU to determine the winner. Will it be newcomer Ansel Elgort? Or maybe someone more seasoned like Zac Efron? Cast your vote(s) daily to make sure your fave fella wins!

Ansel is nominated and make sure you vote daily at Teen.com!

It’s hard to recall a time when Ansel Elgort’s handsome face wasn’t instantly recognizable as belonging to a hot young actor. He is, after all, starring in two of the most-anticipated YA novel adaptations ever to hit the big screen. But there’s one person out there who does remember those strange, desperate days before Ansel Elgort was famous.

Of course, that person is Ansel Elgort, who spoke with MTV as part of the kickoff for his “Divergent” adaptation’s “Candor Week” in celebration of the film’s “honest” faction.

“I was living with my parents, who were very supportive. I was just making tapes all the time in my stairwell,” the actor said, remembering the long, dry days before he landed a career-making role in “Divergent.”

With just one film under his belt — as Carrie White’s ill-fated prom date in the 2013 remake of “Carrie” — Elgort was anxious to work again. And by the time he was submitting his audition tape for “Divergent,” seven months after shooting his character’s ignominius death courtesy of a tumbling bucket of pig’s blood, he was getting both a little desperate and more than a little creative with his submissions.

“I auditioned for Four,” he said, referring to the “Divergent” role played by Theo James. “We did a few takes and it wasn’t really working — it was okay, whatever — and [my friend] was like, ‘You should take a knife and hold it while you’re giving the speech.’ So I took a big kitchen knife, a big one, and I had the kitchen knife and I was holding it, playing with it, giving this speech as Four…”

He paused, and then laughed.

“I wasn’t ready for Four.”

It’s OK, though: Elgort says that he’s thrilled to have landed the role of Caleb — “He’s a really interesting guy,” he mused — and furthermore, that he knew as soon as he saw Theo James in the role that the right man had won the part. Actually, he was so moved by James’ performance that he felt compelled to tell him so at the first possible opportunity, which came at, er, a not-so-opportune moment.

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Hollywood, meet Ansel Elgort: The 19-year-old star of the upcoming film adaptation of John Green’s teen novel The Fault in Our Stars has only been associated with two major big screen projects — the first being March’s Divergent, based on Veronica Roth’s novel — but he’s already slowly becoming a household name among the tween set. Need a refresher on the triple-threat actor/dancer/singer? Us Weekly rounds up five fun facts about the shaggy-haired teen below!

1. Elgort is no stranger to acting. In high school, “I played Link Larkin in Hairspray,” says the graduate of NYC’s prestigious LaGuardia arts high school, who also starred off-Broadway in Regrets with Alexis Bledel during his senior year. “Nothing like wooing a girl in front of 1,200 people!” Elgort’s first big screen role was alongside fellow young Hollywood standout Chloe Grace Moretz in 2013’s remake of Carrie, where he played the title character’s ill-fated prom date Tommy Ross.

2. Movie fans better get used to seeing his name on the marquee. Following The Fault in Our Stars, Elgort will again team up with Woodley for this year’s Divergent, also based on a popular young adult novel. One unique difference between TFIOS and Divergent? In the former, he plays Woodley’s love interest, and in the latter, her brother!

3. He’s a trained ballet dancer and studied under Olga Kostritzky, the same coach who prepped Natalie Portman for her role in Black Swan. Auditioning at age 9 for the School of American Ballet, Elgort told the New York Daily News that he couldn’t leave the stage after his first turn in front of the bright lights. “I hated the ballet but I liked performing,” explained Elgort, who also honed his skills for seven summers at performing arts camp Stagedoor Manor. “I did 20 [ballet] shows and I could’t get the smile off my face.”

4. Those who have worked with the young talent expect him to quickly earn celebrity heartthrob status. “He’s a very clear type — a handsome leading man,” Sandy Faison, the head of LaGuardia High’s drama department, tells the NYDN of Elgort. “He goes out of his way not to play that up. But if I was casting Armie Hammer’s younger brother, I’d look no further than Ansel.” His former professors aren’t the only ones into Elgort’s good looks. In 2009, Elgort modeled in a campaign for Teen Vogue — with his photographer father, Arthur Elgort, behind the lens.

5. If Elgort’s film talents don’t wow you, his music might. “I write music because I love it. Sometimes more than anything in the world,” the teen — who records dance music under the stage name Ansolo — recently wrote on Twitter. Raves Woodley of the musician: “He’s got the perfect balance of being quirky and young . . . and an old soul,” Woodley tells MTV. “He’s a nugget of light!”
The Fault in Our Stars hits theaters June 6, 2014.

-Source: USMagazine.com

22
Feb 2014
Divergent News • Emily   /   1 Comment

MEET THE CAST OF DIVERGENT!

We’re excited to announce that author Veronica Roth and the cast of DIVERGENT will attend red Carpet Screenings in 14 cities in North America starting March 3. Each city will host a local red carpet screening which moviegoers are invited to attend, watch the arrivals and have a chance to be among the very first to see the highly anticipated film!

Those who do not get a ticket to see the film are still welcome to attend and line the red carpet to see the stars of the film in person.

The DIVERGENT tour will visit the following cities over the course of four days and will be attended by the corresponding talent. Talent availability and event dates and locations are subject to change.

For more details regarding each event, send an email to the address listed for each respective city.

March 3
Atlanta: Shailene Woodley & Theo James – DivergentATL@gmail.com
Orlando: Veronica Roth & Ansel Elgort – DivergentORL2014@alliedim.com
Washington DC: Maggie Q & Mekhi Phifer – DivergentDC2014@alliedtha.com
Denver: Ben Lloyd-Hughes & Christian Madsen – DivergentDEN2014@alliedim.com

March 4
Chicago: Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Ansel Elgort & Veronica Roth – DivergentCHI@gmail.com
Detroit: Maggie Q & Mekhi Phifer – DivergentDET2014@gmail.com
Dallas: Miles Teller & Jai Courtney – DivergentDAL2014@levensongroup.com
St. Louis: Ben Lloyd-Hughes & Christian Madsen – DivergentSTL2014@gmail.com

March 5
Toronto: Shailene Woodley & Theo James – DivergentTOR@eonefilmspromo.com
Minneapolis: Veronica Roth & Ansel Elgort – DivergentMSP2014@gmail.com
San Francisco: Maggie Q & Mekhi Phifer – DivergentSF2014@gmail.com
Phoenix: Miles Teller & Jai Courtney – DivergentPHX2014@gmail.com
Miami: Ben Lloyd-Hughes & Christian Madsen – DivergentMIA2014@alliedim.com

March 6
Seattle: Miles Teller & Jai Courtney – DivergentSEA2014@gmail.com

The Divergent sequel Insurgent will begin filming in Chicago this May, according to the production company.

Red Wagon Entertainment made note of the planned start date when announcing a new VP of film and TV earlier this week.

The news aligns with recent reports that Summit was aiming to begin filming in the spring to meet the March 20, 2015 release date they’ve already set for Insurgent.

The start of production may be a bit tricky for stars Shailene Woodley (Tris) and Ansel Elgort (Caleb) who will have to promote their roles in The Fault in Our Stars around that same time, because the book to film adaptation of John Green’s young adult novel hits theaters June 6, 2014.

Insurgent already has a screenwriter working on the script, but it does not have a director. Neil Burger decided to not return for film two because he’s too busy finishing up Divergent.

Summit has also set a release date for the third (and final) film Allegiant: March 18, 2016. The source material hit store shelves in 2013.

Meanwhile, the first film in the Divergent trilogy starring Woodley, Theo James (Four), and Kate Winslet (Jeanine Matthews) is set for release this March 21. The final trailer was released earlier this week.

The dystopian series is based on the books of the same names by author Veronica Roth. All three books have consistently floated atop best-selling books lists in recent months, indicating that there’s a lot of anticipation for the movie adaptations thanks to good word of mouth and a hunger for another big franchise.

-Source: Hypable.com