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Keira Knightley BLASTED By Her Director On Begin Again: 'I'll Never Make A Film With Supermodels Again'

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Why would he say this… especially TWO YEARS after the film was released?!

So unprofessional!!

Director John Carney is speaking out about Keira Knightley's work on Begin Again, a movie where the actress was tasked with playing a songwriter dumped by her boyfriend (played by Adam Levine) who starts over with a former record label exec (Mark Ruffalo).

Related: Get More Keira News HERE!

Carney, speaking to The Independent, absolutely demolishes Knightley and her work on the film, beginning by saying:

"I think that's what you need as an actor; you need to not be afraid to find out who you really are when the camera's rolling. Keira's thing is to hide who you are and I don't think you can be an actor and do that."

But wait — it gets worse!

Carney continues:

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Adam Levine's New Solo Track Is AH-Mazingly Beautiful — Go Now & Watch The Music Video!

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Adam Levine has once again lent his voice to the soundtrack for one of John Carney's films!

The Voice coach teamed up with the director before when Adam sang Lost Stars with Maroon 5 for 2013's Begin Again, and now he's done it again for the filmmaker's latest film, Sing Street.

Levine's latest solo song, Go Now, will be featured on the film's soundtrack — but the best news is there's already a music video!

Related: Miley Cyrus & Adam Reportedly 'Find Each Other Annoying'!

The video features clips from the film — which follows a 1985 teen who forms a band to escape his family drama.

Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing music video for Go Now (above) and see Sing Street, opening in select theaters April 15!

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Adam Levine Film Finds A Second Voice In Cee-Lo Green

Cee-Lo Green Cast A Song Can Save Your Life Film

He saw Adam driving round town with a film he loved and was like, "Hey you! Cast me too!"

We love that the makers of the upcoming romantic drama A Song Can Save Your Life aren't shying away from casting legit musical vocalists!

We reported a few weeks ago that the Maroon 5 frontman hopped aboard, now they signed his Voice co-star Cee-Lo Green too!

Are Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton next? LOLz!!

Once's John Carney wrote and will direct the film. Keira Knightley and The Incredible Hulk Mark Ruffalo are already attached as stars!!

Aren't U guys totes excited to see how this one turns out?

[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]

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Adam Levine Is Gonna Be A Movie Star!

Adam Levine Is Gonna Be A Movie Star!

Adam Levine just can't seem to get a break! LOL!

The poor Voice judge, Maroon 5 frontman, and future American Horror Story star has landed a leading role in the feature film, Can A Song Save Your Life.

The musical film — written / directed by Once's John Carney and produced by Judd Apatow — tells the story of:

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Keira Knightley Steals Scarlett Johansson’s Movie Role!

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Well, not steal…

But Keira IS replacing Scarlett in John Carney & producer Judd Apatow’s drama Can A Song Save A Life!

Scarlett Johansson reportedly backed out of the musical project for the Black Widow film personal reasons, but not to worry ‘cause pouty princess Keira Knightly has swooped in to the rescue!

Keira will play

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Once Is Coming To Broadway!

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Amazing! We always thought this movie would translate well to the stage!

The lovely 2007 indie romance Once - which tells the story of a broken-hearted Irish Busker and young immigrant who connect romantically through the music create together - is currently being adapted into a Broadway production!

Producers John N. Hart Jr., Jeff Sine and Fred Zollo, who bought the live theater rights to the film back in 2008, have announced that Irish playwright Enda Walsh will adapt the script of the John Carney film for stage, and director John Tiffany expects to have it ready for a fall of 2011 premiere!

Wow! We cannot wait to see how this ends up looking!

The simplicity of the film, combined with the amazing performances and beautiful music, really proves how just a little authenticity can elicit a powerful emotional reaction from an audience, so hopefully lightning will strike twice with the stage version!

What do U think?? Do U want to see the Once musical??

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