Saturday, May 1, 2010

DREAMWORKS' FANTASY "I AM NUMBER FOUR" CASTING UPDATES

In recent few days we've heard about a whole bunch of new actors joining the cast of DreamWorks' sf adventure "I Am Number Four". Helmed by D.J. Caruso it will tell a story about a group of nine earthbound aliens who escaped their planet just before it was annihilated by a rival species. Hiding out on Earth, disguised as a human teenager in high school, the title character discovers that he is being hunted by the enemy that destroyed his planet.
Kevin Durand will play "The Commander" who chases aliens Number Four (Alex Pettyfer) and Number Six (Teresa Palmer) to Earth from their alien planet. Gorgeous Dianna Agron from "Glee" has also signed on for a role in the film. Young Callan McAuliffe will play the role of Sam, who becomes Number Four's best friend. The script of the fantasy action was written by the creators of popular TV show "Smallville".
You will be seeing charismatic Alex Pettyfer this summer in "Beastly", while gorgeous Australian actress Teresa Palmer will appear in "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" and is connected to "Mad Max 4" as well. You can watch good old Kevin Durand this summer in "Robin Hood" as Little John.

13 comments:

  1. Hey Dez, I ordered the Cheryl Cole cd, so we'll see how I like it. Coming from the UK so looks like I'll have a bit of a wait due to continuous volcano issues messing with flight schedules but looking forward to listening to it.

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  2. I love Dianna Agron on Glee. Definitely looking forward to seeing her on the big screen!

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  3. @Answer
    did Diana remind you on Cheryl? :))) I'm a bit obsessed with Cole's song and video "Parachute" but the slow version.

    Hey, Emily, glad you like it :) Hope we'll be seeing you here often :)

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  4. I'm not sold on this story. Why would aliens need to disguise themselves as teenagers, and in high-school no less.
    As a minor, still attending school, you wouldn't have sufficinet freedom to operate in this (alien) world. You would need adult's help in many aspects of everyday life: shoping, traveling, living accomodations, etc. It would look suspicious if teenager alone did these things.

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  5. Bels, maybe the aliens are also teenagers :)

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  6. That would make some sense Dezz. :)
    Still, if the whole group of alien escapees are in their teenage years... ...well, I wouldn't want to be in their position. Even without those alien assasins on their tails.

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  7. aliens or no aliens, logic or no logic, Bels, haven't ya seen that teen fantasy is the new trend :)

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  8. I wont see the movie, not my thing but I like Dreamworks.

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  9. @Dez - something like that. Anyways received it in the mail today, I'll let you know what I think. Reminder - you need to get on Twitter so I can converse with you off topic!

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  10. or you need to go Facebook :PPP I do have a wish to start twitting, by I just don't understand the whole system there, who writes where, to whom, why, when, how ... it's all too complicated for me right now. Whenever I visit someone's Twitter page I don't understand a thing.

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  11. @Dez it's pretty simple you have the ability to write up to 140 character sentences and when you want to say something to someone you include their screen name like mine is @csmoviereviews and I see it.

    I mainly use Twitter to advertise new posts, people who are interested in my reviews follow me and whenever I "tweet" they see it on their end.

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  12. I've just started Twitting, Answer :) But I totally don't understand the way of communication there. God help me in these wretched hours :)

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  13. read the book it makes more sense

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)