i rewatched all the hunger games movies this weekend and i’m here to report that catching fire is easily the best one and also josh hutcherson is what i imagine a lego person in real life would look like
Ever since I saw this post I have been wondering what Peeta actually would’ve looked like had he been the correct age in the movies, so I decided to try and edit some pictures of 16-year-old Josh Hutcherson and…
The lyrics blaze out of the speakers, filling the room with a deep, pulsating beat.
And I barrel across the room, weaving in and out of the crowd, struggling to find my husband.
My husband. Josh is my husband.
I cannot believe I’m married. Though it was hours ago, it still hasn’t sunk in. The wedding dress I’m currently wearing, the guests surrounding me, and the elegant band poised on my ring finger obviously isn’t enough to convince my mind that this is indeed, very real.
It’s just so much to take in. I married the one man who has blessed me with so much happiness, laughter, passion, and comfort. I married the one man who I can still call my best friend, as well as my lover. I married the one man who understands me like no one else can.
He’s mine. I am his. Though we already knew that the moment we met, the bond has officially been sealed.
If I wasn’t running around in heels and dodging wedding attendees, the thought might actually bring tears to my eyes.
But I’m desperate to find my husband; this is definitely a song we need to dance to.
He and I were separated for just a split second, a second too long. The bridesmaids and ladies kidnapped me to talk and gossip, and the groomsmen hoisted Josh away for God knows what.
Finally however, I spy him at a nearby table conversing with his friends, and I bite back the urge to shriek his name.
I trip on my dress a few times, and a few expletives come rolling out of my mouth, but I reach him quickly.
"Joshy!” I squeal, barely giving him time to notice my approach as I essentially tackle him, throwing my arms around his neck.
He laughs loudly and stumbles, obviously not expecting such a warm greeting.
“Babe! It’s our song!” he says, still laughing and wrapping his arms around me to return the embrace.
I stiffen, and pull away a bit, just enough to stare into his eyes.
I like Josh for many reasons, but I think my favorite thing is that he’s true to himself. He has been in the business for years and hasn’t let the fame change him. Julianne Moore said he hasn’t changed a bit since she worked with him on The Kids are Alright. Unfortunately we see many childhood stars grow up to have troubled lives, but not him. All of his coworkers and crew have said what a nice guy he is. I don’t think i’ve seen any other actor take as many pictures with his fans than him. I also support his values and beliefs: equal rights for everyone, staying true to yourself, and treat others the way you want to be treated.
Fortitude will launch the project to foreign buyers at Berlin’s European Film Market; Justin Kelly is writing and directing.
Kristen Stewart, James Franco and Helena Bonham Carter are circling the biopic JT Leroy, a Hollywood-set transgender story.
Justin Kelly, who directed James Franco in 2015’s I Am Michael, will helm the film from a script he wrote. The true story goes behind the scenes of the hoax of JT LeRoy, a woman who pretended to be a man who identifies as transgender, tricking the rich and famous in Hollywood, the fashion world and elite literary circles.
The biopic will be based on memoir and life rights of Savannah Kroop, who was behind the complicated ruse. LBI Entertainment, Aquarius and Rabbit Bandini Productions are producing with Aquarius providing equity financing.
Franco is attached while Stewart and Carter are currently in negotiations. Fortitude International will launch the project to foreign buyers at Berlin’s European Film Market, with a 2016 production start date planned. CAA is repping domestic rights.
Kelly is no stranger to bringing fascinating real-life tales to the big screen. I am Michael, which was based on New York Times Magazine article My Ex-Gay Friend, centered on a man, Michael Glatze, a gay activist who renounced homosexuality after he became a Christian pastor. It screened at both Sundance and Berlin in 2015. He’s repped by CAA and LBI Entertainment.
Following up her strong performances in 2014 films Clouds of Sils Maria and Still Alice, Stewart was most recently seen in American Ultra with Jesse Eisenberg, Equals (which premiered in Toronto) with Nicholas Hoult and Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women, which premiered at Sundance. Her other upcoming projects include Woody Allen’s next feature, Ang Lee’s Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk and reuniting with director Olivier Assayas for Personal Shopper. She’s repped by Gersh and McKuin Frankel Whitehead.
Franco will star in the Hulu TV miniseries 11.22.63, and his other upcoming work includes The Disaster Artist, which he directed and stars in as Room director Tommy Wiseau. He also directed and stars in The Long Home, which also features Josh Hartnett, Josh Hutcherson and Ashton Kutcher. The always-busy actor-director will soon shoot Why Him?, a comedy also starring Bryan Cranston and Zoey Deutch. He’s repped by CAA, Untitled Entertainment and Sloane, Offer.
Carter starred in Suffragette and Cinderella and next will be seen in Disney’s Alice Through the Looking Glass. She’s also attached to Sony’s 55 Steps. She’s repped by WME and MGMT Entertainment.