PT Anderson's adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's 'Inherent Vice' has cast Oscar-winner Reese Witherspoon, comedy legend Martin Short, and 'Sucker Punch' star Jena Malone.
After assembling a superteam of Hollywood’s shaggiest, frequently stewed male actors for its stoner detective story, Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice has also stirred the increasingly potent Reese Witherspoon into the mix. Anderson...Show More Summary
Paul Thomas Anderson has a habit of getting his stars Oscar nominations, so it’s no wonder he’s got some big names interested in his next project Inherent Vice. Reese Witherspoon has just boarded the Thomas Pynchon adaptation, joining Joaquin Phoenix, Owen Wilson, and Benicio Del Toro. Jena Malone and Martin Short round out the cast. [...]
Joining Phoenix, Del Toro, and Wilson.
One criminally underrated hottie is Jena Malone. I don't know what it is about her, but I dig her - a lot! I first noticed her thinking she looked a lot like Avril Lavigne, now I like Jena Malone because she looks like Jena Malone! It's no secret that the actress has dabbled in our genre either. Show More Summary
The first batch of character portrait posters for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire all had familiar faces, and now more have emerged with Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) and Gale (Liam Hemsworth) getting the Capitol glamor treatment. But we also have our first look at two characters who have yet to show up in any official photos from the anticipated sequel. Show More Summary
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Lionsgate has come out with two more character portraits in anticipation of Catching Fire's theatrical premiere in November. And both are pretty fantastic. First, we get our first look at Jena Malone in the key role of Johanna Mason,...Show More Summary
A bunch of new “Victory Portraits” have been released featuring the characters of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, including Jenna Malone’s Johanna Mason. You can have your first look at her below. Mason, hailing from District 7, participates in the … Continue reading ?
Check out your first look at Jena Malone as her character Johanna in the highly anticipated film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire! “Don’t you let her fool you, she’s sly and cunning,” the Johanna character description read. A portrait of Jeffrey Wright as Beetee was also released today. Check it out below! In case you [...]
OK, this one is scurry! Catching Fire's latest Capitol Portrait just found it's way to the internet and we want to be the first to show you a glimpse of the eerily enchanting Johanna Mason! Played by the lovely Jena Malone, we see a quiet malevolence behind the girl from District 7. Frankly,he creepy gaze is freakin' [...]
Jena Malone portrays a former Hunger Games winner from District 7 who is called back into the arena for the Quarter Quell. [...]
The series continues.
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Deadline reports that actress Jena Malone, who has had mostly supporting roles, most notably in the miniseries: Hatfields & McCoys and in Suckerpunch will now star in the film adaptation of the ghost story “Angelica”. Mitchell Lichtenstein (Teeth, Happy Tears) will direct. Here … Continue reading ?
Mitchell Lichtenstein is directing this thriller about a troubled married couple who receive a ghostly visitor. [...]
A Victorian gothic story.
Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Jena Malone has been on the cusp of superstardom for the entirerty of her career, it seems. I could have sworn Donnie Darko would have propelled her to A-list status, but instead she chose interesting, smaller...Show More Summary
Sucker Punch and Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire‘s Jena Malone, pictured right, is stepping into the lead to tangle with seductive specters in Victorian England. Deadline reports that Mitchell Lichtenstein (Teeth, Happy Tears) is directing Angelica, a psychological thriller set in 1880s London based on the novel of the same name by bestselling author Arthur [...]
Jena Malone has signed on to star in the Victorian ghost story ANGELICA, which comes from TEETH director Mitchell Lichtenstein. The tale is spun from author Arthur Phillips' 2007 novel of the same name, about a family that experiences...Show More Summary