Thursday, March 31, 2011
Today's Red Carpet MVP is Jennifer Garner. The actress has been named Miss Marple, Agatha Christie's famous elderly detective, for a new adaptation by Disney. Marple is traditionally portrayed as an older woman, but Garner's version will reinterpret the role to fit her age. Garner is also producing the movie, though no plot details are available yet.
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Today's Red Carpet MVP is Mila Kinus. The Golden Globe nominee, hot off her success in "Black Swan," has joined the cast of Sam Raimi's "Oz: The Great Powerful," which is a prequel to the beloved "Wizard of Oz." Kunis will play Theodora, one of the witches who starts out good but eventually turns evil. James Franco stars as the con man who accidentally lands in Oz and later becomes the wizard.
Monday, March 28, 2011
Today's Red Carpet MVP is Reese Witherspoon. The Academy Award-winning actress tied the knot over the weekend with talent agent Jim Toth. The couple got married at Witherspoon's home, and rumors are that her two children were involved in the ceremony, as was ex-husband Ryan Phillipe. Witherspoon wore a Monique Lhuillier gown.
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Jennifer Lawrence, recently in the spotlight thanks to her Academy Award nomination for "Winter's Bone," has landed a challenging role in the highly anticipated version of "The Hunger Games." Based on the best-selling young adult series, "The Hunger Games" presents a post-apocalyptic world in which teenagers are chosen to fight to the death in a televised event. Lawrence will be tackling the role of the main character Katriss Everdeen. The film is set to open in March 2012.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Today's Red Carpet MVP is Drew Barrymore. The actress/director is taking another stab at directing with an adaptation of the novel "How to Be Single." The story follow a group of New Yorkers as they go through the ups and downs of lover over a 10-year period. Barrymore has asked Marc Silverman and Abby Kohn, who adapted "He's Just Not That Into You," to write the screenplay.
Monday, March 14, 2011
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Today's Red Carpet MVP is Julianne Moore. The 50-year-old actress has been cast as controversial political figure and former Alaska governor Sarah Palin in a new HBO movie. The film, "Game Change," will follow Senator John McCain's presidential campaign against Barack Obama in 2008. Moore can pick up acting tips from Tina Fey, who parodied McCain's running mate, on "Saturday Night Live" during the heat of the election.