Fright Night stars Anton Yelchin and Imogen Poots are reuniting for the new thriller Green Room from director Jeremy Saulnier (Blue Ruin).
The story centers on a punk rock bank, lead by Anton Yelchin's character, who witness a murder at one of their small venue concerts in the middle of nowhere. They lock themselves in the green room, as they become targeted by a group of murderous and racist skinheads. Imogen Poots is playing a skinhead whose friend is the murder victim, which causes her to join forces with the band.Read More
Patrick Wilson, Jessica Biel, Imogen Poots, and Toby Jones have signed on to star in The Blunderer.
The story, adapted from Patricia Highsmith's novel of the same name, follows Walter Stackhouse (Patrick Wilson), a successful architect with a lovely wife (Jessica Biel) in the 1960s. While Walter appears to have the perfect life, he becomes obsessed with an unsolved murder case, which spirals out of control as he faces both a deadly killer (Toby Jones) and an ambitious detective, all while lusting for another woman (Imogen Poots).Read More
Cross Creek Pictures along with Smuggler Films announced today that Imogen Poots is attached to star as the young ingénue, "Dee Moray," in Todd Field's Beautiful Ruins, based on the sensational #1New York Times best-selling novel by Jess Walter, which has sold more than a million copies and been translated into 25 languages. Beautiful Ruins was adapted by Field and Walter, and Field will produce the film through Standard Film Company with Cross Creek's Brian Oliver and Tyler Thompson, as well as Smuggler Films' Patrick Milling Smith and Brian Carmody. In addition, Adam Kassan will oversee production for Cross Creek Pictures. Filming starts May 2014 in Italy.
The epic story begins off the Ligurian coast in the spring of 1962 and centers on four characters whose orbit around one another is set in motion by an incident involving the international jet-set center, Rome, in the throes of La Dolce Vita madness during the shooting of Cleopatra. As the sole female lead, Poots will play "Dee Moray," a young actress whose ties to several men, a force-of-one studio raconteur, a WWII veteran struggling to finish his first novel, a young Italian hotelier, and the great Richard Burton himself, are the epicenter of the story. Casting for the male roles is underway.Read More
Just days after we reported Imogen Poots will play the female lead in Need for Speed, the actress has also signed on to star in Are We Officially Dating? for QED International.
The story revolves around three male best friends who make a pact to remain single. The plot thickens when each begins to fall in love. Zac Efron is starring as one of the friends, while Deborah Ann Woll will portray the ex-wife of another man in the group. No details were given for Imogen Poots' character.Read More
DreamWorks has chosen Fright Night star Imogen Poots to play the female lead in Need for Speed. We reported earlier this month that Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul will portray the male lead.
John Gatins (Real Steel) and George Gatins developed the original story, while George Gatins wrote the script. No concrete story details have been released, although the video game adaptation is said to be a throwback to auto-centric films from the 1970s. The plot will not be based on any specific game from the Electronic Arts franchise. No details have been released for either the male or female lead characters as of yet.Read More
The Marvel sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier is in the process of narrowing down its leading lady.
In the top running are Emilia Clarke, who of course is connected to directors Joe Russo and Anthony Russo through their work together on Game of Thrones, and Jessica Brown Findlay, best known for her work on Downton Abbey.Read More
Actresses Anna Friel, Tamsin Egerton, and Imogen Poots have joined the cast of The King of Soho for Revolution Films and director Michael Winterbottom.
The story centers on Paul Raymond (Steve Coogan), who was dubbed The King of Soho because of the vast fortune he built through real estate properties and his pornographic productions. The plot will focus on both his personal and professional life. It isn't known what roles Anna Friel, Tamsin Egerton, and Imogen Poots will play in The King of Soho.Read More
International production and sales outfit Celluloid Dreams, headed by Hengameh Panahi, has acquired worldwide rights to the highly anticipated film Greetings from Tim Buckley starring Penn Badgley, Imogen Poots, Frank Wood, Norbert Leo Butz, Ben Rosenfield, Jessica Stone , William Sadler, and Frank Bello. Daniel Algrant (People I Know) is directing the script he co-wrote with Emma Sheanshang and David Brendel.
Greetings from Tim Buckley follows artist Jeff Buckley's (Penn Badgley) eminent 1991 performance at his father's tribute concert in St. Ann's Church. Through a romance with a young woman working at the concert, he comes to understand the father who abandoned him. Culminating in a cathartic performance of his father's most famous songs, Jeff's debut stuns the audience and launches his career as one of the greatest young musicians of his time.Read More