Britt Robertson has signed on to star alongside Eddie Murphy in Cook, which marks Eddie Murphy's return to the drama genre.
The story centers on Henry Church (Eddie Murphy), who is hired by a dying man to prepare meals for his cancer-striken girlfriend Marie Brody and her young daughter Charlotte (Britt Robertson) after he passes away. Henry agrees to cook for Marie and Charlotte for a six-month term, only to become deeply involved in their lives as Marie battles her illness for the next six years.Read More
Just days after Scott Eastwood signed on to star in The Longest Ride, actress Britt Robertson has landed a lead role in this adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel.
The story follows a young college student named Sophia Danko (Britt Robertson) who falls in love with a cowboy (Scott Eastwood), with this budding relationship set to alter both of their lives forever. Meanwhile, in a nearby town, a 91-year-old man becomes stranded after a car crash, forcing him to reflect on the love of his life whom he lost, as both stories become intertwined.Read More
Britt Robertson has signed on for the lead role in Walt Disney Pictures' Tomorrowland. Here's the studio's brief casting announcement below."Actress Britt Robertson (Under the Dome, Delivery Man) has been cast in a lead role in Disney's Tomorrowland.
In the film, a high school girl with an unconventional understanding of technology is launched on a journey to reclaim her future.Read More
Britt Robertson (The Secret Circle, Under the Dome) and Naomi Scott (Terra Nova) are the two finalists for the lead role in Tomorrowland. The studio has reportedly spent months searching for the right actress, with Shailene Woodley considered as an early candidate.
Both actresses will undergo a full hair and makeup test in Vancouver next month for the role of Casey Newton, described as a rebellious teenage girl who approaches a cranky inventor named Frank (George Clooney) to unravel the mystery behind Tomorrowland, a world that exists in a parallel dimension to ours. The Casey Newton part has been described as a "star-making" opportunity, for whoever is chosen. Hugh Laurie has already been cast as the villain, with Raffey Cassidy playing a child robot who joins Casey and Frank on their journey.Read More
Britt Robertson, who starred in the short-lived CW Network series The Secret Circle, has joined the cast of the remake Starbuck for DreamWorks. She will play the daughter of Vince Vaughn's character in this comedy, one of his hundreds of other children.
The story, based on the French-Canadian movie Starbuck, centers on a man (Vince Vaughn) who comes to realize that he has fathered 533 children through his sperm donations over the years. When several of his kids come forward, he must come to grips on whether or not to reveal his identity. Chris Pratt also stars as the man's attorney, and Cobie Smulders will play his pregnant girlfriend. The title comes from the anonymous nickname the man used to make his deposits.Read More