Maggie Grace plays the daughter of the U.S. president in the new sci-fi thriller Lockout. In the film, Grace's character is trapped in a maximum security prison, which, by the way, is in space. Trapped forever it seems! That is, unless CIA agent Snow, played by Guy Pearce, can rescue her.
Kristen Stewart, 22, has confirmed that she will be starring in Focus, a romantic comedy with Ben Affleck, 40. It was reported in November that Stewart was in talks to star in the movie as a neophyte con-artist who eventually teams up with Affleck’s character, the more experienced of the two, according to Deadline Hollywood.
The cast of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 aren't quite done yet: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Kellan Lutz, Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed and Maggie Grace have been busy touring the world as the film premieres globally — and they have been going all out on the occasion, donning sophisticated garb to celebrate the end of an excellent run.
Twilight fans have been on quite the emotional roller coaster lately, what with the near-miss breakup between Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, the interminable gaps between movies that have to be endured with the help of primetime substitutes like the CW's The Vampire Diaries, starring K-Stew and R-Patt imitations Nina Dobrev and Ian Sommerhalder, and now the countdown to the absolute and complete end of it all with the movie version of the final book Twlight: Breaking Dawn — Part 2! Right? Hold up there, vampire fans.
The Following, a new series by Kevin Williamson (The Vampire Diaries, the Scream franchise), starring Kevin Bacon as an FBI agent on the trail of James Purefoy, a serial killer with a pesky Edgar Allen Poe obsession, hit Comic-Con this week to what initially seemed like a lukewarm audience, before the red-hot viewer reactions started pouring in.
In The Twiight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Parts 1 and 2), Maggie Grace plays Irina Denali, a character she describes as "more or less, effectively, the villain" in the popular vampire series. "But I think it's more of a misunderstanding, really," Grace said in our exclusive interview.
Watching former Langley spook turned divorced security expert Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) comfort a traumatized young pop star shortly after saving her from an anonymous, knife-wielding nutcase backstage at a gig, it’s clear that Taken has a very important, very socially conscious message – beautiful, ultra-rich, white girls need their daddies because beyond the limos and the penthouse suites, they are just such delicate flowers.