Cindy Crawford, what have you done???
Cindy captioned the pic:
[Image via Instagram.]
Director David Yates revealed the primal heat between the two leads was so intense, Margot gave Alex a bruise after hitting him while filming a passionate sex scene!
But even with all that intensity, the actor revealed that he preferred locking lips with a different Aussie actor on the screen!
After being asked which one of his Australian costars was the best kisser, he said:
Well hello 80's-inspired Ryan Kwanten! We can dig it!
The film, which hits theaters and video-on-demand on March 6th, tells the TRUE story of a group of four childhood friends who kidnap Freddy Heineken (played by Anthony Hopkins).
Yes, Heineken like the beer. These four decided to get together and kidnap the HEIR to the famous beer brand's fortune.
Sounds totally crazy to us!
The movie, as we mentioned, is based on a true story but follows the narrative written by crime journalist Peter De Vries!
We're totally into it! Are YOU dying to see Kidnapping Mr. Heineken?
Ch-ch-check out all FIVE of the EXCLUSIVE stills (above)!!!
[Image via European Film Company.]
Curious how True Blood would look if it was a 1980s sitcom??
Well fear not, because internet wizard Wil Wheaton has provided brilliance in Bon Temps!
In the video posted to his YouTube channel on Wednesday, he revealed his reasoning behind the silly vid:
"This week, we wondered what it would be like if Sam's bar on True Blood, where everybody knows your name, was featured in an 80s sitcom … you know, sort of like another Sam's bar where everybody knows your name."
Cheer for the AH-Mazing Cheers inspired intro…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Does this mean he'll do it again and again and again??!
Hey, we can dream! LOLz!
Ryan now insists that tasty humpfest was just as magical to act out as it was to watch!
He even called it "fantastic" to film.
Um, did HBO finally read our True Blood slash fiction site, VAMPerez?
Because they just made all our wildest dreams come true!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) for the triumphant return of Eric! We're so glad you finally came back!
We dreamed a dream of vampires and werewolves fighting over a girl! With more nudity than Twilight!
OK, so it probably won't be Les Misérables, but is there any WAY you're not going to see a True Blood musical??
Composer Nathan Barr, who wrote the score for all seven seasons of the HBO hit, is working on an honest-to-goodness big Broadway version! He says:
"This was something that I pitched to HBO and Alan Ball… There's no guarantees, but I think the direction we're heading in is really exciting."
Incredible! But who can play the characters we've come to love- with singing?? We've got a few ideas…