WWW.CINEMABLEND.COM: Lily Collins is having a massive 2012. She’s set to play Snow White opposite Julia Roberts and Armie Hammer in Mirror Mirror. And now Bloody Digusting says she’s the first name added to the cast of Fede Alvarez’s The Evil Dead reboot.
The site says Collins, who most know for playing Sandra Bullock’s daughter in The Blind Side, will play Mia, one of the five friends stranded in a cabin in the woods who come across the Book of the Dead. One by one, each character is possessed by an evil force until only one survivor is left standing. Mia, according to the site, is recovering with sobriety after a recent drug overdose, which explains why the other four campers don’t believe her claims that strange things are attacking her in the woods.
Bloody says the characters in Rodo Sayagues and Diablo Cody’s screenplay are David, Natalie, Eric, Olivia, and Mia. (No Ash? WTF?!) The site says David is a mechanic. He’s engaged to Natalie, and the crew heads to the isolated cabin to help Mia detox. They speculate that Eric is the one who unleashes the centuries-old evil.
This is not to be confused with Drew Goddard’s anticipated The Cabin In the Woods, which has a similar plot but apparently goes in very, very different directions. As for Evil, I’m still getting used to the idea that they’re going to try and improve on Sam Raimi’s horror classic in the first place. But if they’re going to give it a whirl, they better commit to the trilogy, because we all know that Evil Dead 2 is the true masterpiece, and Army of Darkness could use a retouch. Oh, and more Bruce Campbell.
Hello fellow Lily fans! On December 7, Lily attented two new events – “BVLGARI” holiday celebration and The Hollywood Reporter’s Annual “Power 100: Women In Entertainment Breakfast”. She looked absolutely stunning at them both! I’ve not been able to find very many photos yet, but 20+ have found their way into our galleries. Enjoy the new photos!
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Lionsgate is set to release Taylor Lautner’s Abduction to Video on Demand for two weeks (December 22 through January 4) this holiday season before the film makes its way to DVD and Blu-ray on January 17th.
The film will be available in all cable and digital Video on Demand and Pay Per View platforms.
Directed by John Singleton (2 Fast 2 Furious) and written by Shawn Christensen, the thriller also stars Lily Collins (upcoming Mirror, Mirror), Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2), Jason Isaacs (the Harry Potter series), Maria Bello (TV’s “Prime Suspect”) and Sigourney Weaver (Avatar).
The film is a fast-paced ride as Nathan (Lautner) searches for the truth about his identity. For as long as he can remember, Nathan has had an unsettling feeling about his life. His feeling is confirmed when he stumbles upon a photograph of him as a child on a missing persons website. Just as he begins to uncover the truth about his identity, he finds himself having to run for his life.
Blu-ray and DVD special features include:
“Abduction Chronicle” – On-Camera Production Journal with Taylor Lautner
“Initiation of an Action Hero: Taylor’s Amazing Stunts” featurette
“The Fight For The Truth: Making Abduction” featurette
“Pulled Punches” Gag Reel
Abduction Application: Blu-ray Enhanced Viewing Mode – An in-depth original and personal look at the film with the cast and crew (Blu-ray Exclusive Feature)
Eight-time Oscar winner Alan Menken has been hired to compose the score for Relativity Media’s Mirror Mirror. Here’s what the composer had to say about the scoring process.
“Despite my love of musicals, of both the stage and film variety, my most intense composing experience actually comes from scoring a movie. The contained period of time when I spend my days and nights living within every fraction of a second of a motion picture is an exquisite combination of being totally at the service of a director’s vision and yet in a powerful position to influence and interpret the meaning of the film.”
Alan Menken has also won Oscars for Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and Pocahontas.
Tarsem Singh directs Mirror Mirror from a script by Melisa Wallack.
Mirror Mirror comes to theaters March 16th, 2012 and stars Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer, Lily Collins, Nathan Lane, Robert Emms, Mark Povinelli, Jordan Prentice, Danny Woodburn. The film is directed by Tarsem Singh.
Hello, and welcome to Adoring Lily Collins! I have wanted to create a site for Lily for quite some time now, and now I finally did! The aim with the site is to bring fans all the latest and greatest on one of my alltime favourite celebrities, as well as giving you bucketloads of goodies and in-depth information. We already have a information section which contains quite a lot of info, trivia and quotes – but I can assure you that this one will keep on growing! Same goes for our career page. The site is far from done, but I really couldn’t resist opening it now.
Our galleries are currently holding 3 000+ photos of Lily. This count number is going to go way up, and probably quite quickly as well, but I’ve been mainly focusing on the content of the site. Nevertheless, it still contains more pretty-ness than you can ever imagine! So make sure you do check that one out. There are even a few rares hidden among all the not-so-exclusive but still drop-dead-gorgeous ones.
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