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Posted on 01/16/2014 6:18:12 AM PST by C19fan
Kristen Stewart is hooking up with Jennifer Lawrence's boyfriend on the big screen. The 23-year-old actress has signed on to star opposite Nicholas Hoult in the upcoming futuristic love story Equals. In a recent interview with The Associated Press, Stewart explains why she's nervous to take on the part. "I can't believe I agreed to do it," Stewart told The Associated Press on Monday, Jan. 14. "I'm terrified of it. Though it's a movie with a really basic concept, it's overtly ambitious." "It's a love story of epic, epic, epic proportion," she added. "I'm scared." Equals is an adaptation of the 1956 film 1984, which itself was based on George Orwell's classic novel about rebellion in a futuristic society. The project begins filming later this year with director Drake Doremus, who also directed Lawrence, 23, in 2011's Like Crazy.
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1984 with a happy face?
Hook a generator up to him, and we could probably power the entire planet, he’s spinning so fast.
This young woman cannot act. Why the praise???
Kristen Stewart is so homely.
Will Robert Pattinson be playing O’Brien? LOL!
The Current FReepathon Pays For The Current Quarters Expenses?
Nineteen Eight-Four (1984) with Richard Burton, John Hurt, and Suzanna Hamilton was pretty good.
If you want a motion picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face--for ever.
What they really need is a musical.
That way they can truly unload all the stupid they have.
Bad casting. They should have chosen Elijah Wood to star as her boyfriend. Both of them have exactly one facial expression and have the emotive acting abilities of a cardboard cutout of a flower pot.
“What they really need is a musical.”
Springtime for Hitler comes to mind.
Maybe moviemakers can do to 1984 what they did to The Time Machine (yuck)
Time to watch the REAL 1984 for something wicked this way comes.
that statement chills my blood every time I read it.
Why redo the ‘56, which was widely panned, especially by Mrs. Orwell?
these people are just absolutely clueless...
She'll be playing, like, you, won't she?