Monday, September 12, 2011
Vanessa Hudgens And Arnold Schwarzenegger Find New Thrillers
Vanessa Hudgens broke her "Secondary School Musical" mold using this year's "Sucker Punch," now she'll expand much more to take a seat on "Frozen Ground." Deadline looks at the actress remains cast opposite Nicolas Cage and John Cusack inside the thriller based on Alaska's renowned serial predator, Robert Hansen, who kidnapped and wiped out over 24 women over 12 years. Hudgens may have the primary one victim who steered obvious of. Cage plays the Alaskan Condition Trooper who actively works to bring Hansen (Cusack) to justice. Catch the comfort of current day casting news following a jump! Schwarzenegger Is Taken "Captive" The Schwarzenegger return story continues, as Arnold has added another project to his constantly growing plate. He's in predicts star in "Captive," an indie thriller a great American property magnate (Schwarzenegger) dwelling in South usa who'll get kidnapped and held for ransom, while a detective searches to find him. Why not go all in and acquire Russell Crowe for your detective part it may be like "Proof of Existence" on crack! Wilde Might Be The "Longest" One "Tron Legacy" and "Cowboys & Aliens" leading lady Olivia Wilde is leading the cast of "The Longest Week," director Peter Glanz's comedy a great affluent New Yorker who handles to get rid of his inheritance and falls for one another all inside the span of merely one week, reviews Variety. Reilly Takes "Flight" Since Robert Zemeckis and Denzel Washington are likely to take "Flight" the film a great airline travel pilot whose substance addiction is independently responsible for the tragedy behind his most heroic deed you are available additional casting. Deadline looks at the female lead may visit "An Online DetectiveInch actress Kelly Reilly, who's presently settling for your part. Brolin Switches into "Labor" Josh Brolin and Kate Winslet are top lining the cast of "Labor Day," director Jason Reitman's next movie for Vital Pictures, with different news release. Good novel by Joyce Maynard, the film notifies the story from the steered obvious of convict who finds shelter getting just one mother and her boy about the extended Labor Day weekend. Reveal what you consider inside the comments section and also on Twitter!