Garrett Hedlund

Peaches, triple axels and sea creatures, oh my!
In this age of franchises, trilogies, and shared universes, it's not altogether surprising that we now have Pan, director Joe Wright's prequel depicting an abandoned orphan's inevitable journey to becoming the flightiest kid in Never Land.
For more, check out The Hollywood Reporter. Indiewire speculates that Disney's decision to axe the movie may be related to
The idea of Important differs from Best: for American Sniper, Selma, and Unbroken, Best is beside the point. Each film is enormously engaging, highly recommended, and grounded in history on a large canvas.
Back in the day, Kerouac praised his friend's writing to the proverbial skies, calling it as good as anyone's prose. When
Director Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken" tells the story of Olympian and war hero Louis Zamperini. Stars Jack O'Connell, Miyavi, Finn Wittrock and Garrett Hedlund stop by to give us a look inside the film, plus dish on their roles and working with Jolie.
"Unbroken" Star Jack O'Connell joins Ricky to discuss the advice offered to him by Brad Pitt.
Young C.J. Valleroy was first inspired to become an actor watching Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt battle it out in Mr. & Mrs. Smith's famous kitchen fight scene. How fitting then that his breakthrough role in the upcoming dramatic feature Unbroken would be directed by Jolie, a woman he now considers a friend.
Popcorn Profile Rated: R (Language) Audience: Grown-ups Distribution: Mainstream limited release Mood: Sober Tempo: In no
After being outsiders, the Coens are in the strange position of having critics seemingly tripping over each other to lionize whatever they do -- and I feel like that's what might be happening with their latest film Inside Llewyn Davis.
We are awash in films examining the Beats and the roots of the generation shift that occurred from the late 1950s through the 1960s - but none with a clearer eye than Joel and Ethan Coen's Inside Llewyn Davis.
Sometimes, books just don't translate well onto the big screen. Want proof? Look no further than this week's release, On the Road. While you've got to give director Walter Salles (The Motorcycle Diaries) credit for tackling such an ambitious project, his adaptation of Jack Kerouac's beloved classic just doesn't work.
It's taken me a while to get around to it, but I wanted to offer a nod of approval for Walter Salles' On the Road, which came out in limited release at the end of 2012.
One of the most significant challenges of the film is to make us feel as if we're seeing this lifestyle with a fresh eye. The film does a terrific job of putting us in the era and making us feel like we're actually there.
That Hedlund and Kosinski would even get the opportunity to re-team for "Tron 3" is somewhat surprising. The film was a perceived
"The Beat Generation," as Kerouac defined them so early on, has maintained a fascinating hold on popular culture, even though during their heyday they were mocked by the mainstream.
Kirsten Dunst plants a kiss on her beau Garrett Hedlund while out for a romantic evening on Sunday (November 18) in London