Brenton Thwaites

Dead men tell no tales, but Will Turner's son spills the beans.
Oscar-winner Helen Hunt wrote, directed, and stars in "Ride," the story of an overprotective single mother from New York who follows her son to California and learns to surf.
This movie is very captivating. I had my eyes glued to the screen the whole time, not wanting to miss a second of the story. I was so excited to see this movie because The Giver is one of my favorite books and I think the movie is just as good, although a bit different.
I had my concerns about The Giver, another teen-oriented film from the Weinstein Company. Serving as definite counter-balance to my trepidations: the presence at the helm of Phillip Noyce. Turns out my faith was not ill-founded.
That’s the thinking behind “First Experiences,” a project that’s giving people around the world memorable first experiences
When a novel that's sold more than 12 million copies takes two decades to develop as a film, expectations are rather high
Get ready for the name Brenton Thwaites to be on your daily celeb radar. With the upcoming release of the highly-anticipated
Discipline wand: A slender item used to correct misbehavior in newchildren. Learning community: The group with which children
Gino DePinto, AOL BUILD A best-selling novel and 1994 Newbery Medal winner written by Lois Lowry, The Giver is making the
Fans were distraught when the movie's first trailer lacked the novel's signature black and white. Were there any kinks to
After I saw 22 Jump Street, I noted publicly that, while it was funnier than 21 Jump Street, so was my root canal. (Although the latter did include laughing gas.) Still, the bar wasn't particularly high.
"Giver" purists cried out in dismay when the first trailer failed to offer the black-and-white imagery for which Lois Lowry's
The Weinstein Company is set to debut Phillip Noyce's adaptation of Lois Lowry's beloved young-adult novel "The Giver" on
How frustrating is it when a film has all the stuff it needs -- promising premise, good production values, decent cast, director who can twist filmic reality in imaginative ways -- and just... doesn't ... grab... you?
Gird your loins, Millennials. The first trailer for "The Giver" (perhaps you know it as the book that got all deep on you
My last day at the Sundance Film Festival ended with a big bang: The Raid 2, Gareth Evans' sequel to his eye-popping 2011 action film The Raid. And it was a good day prior to that, with a pair of mysterious films -- one a sci-fi thriller, one a marital comedy -- and most of an eye-opening documentary.
If we've learned anything from the new "Maleficent" trailer that debuted on Disney Channel, it's that Angelina Jolie's cheekbones