Friday, September 9, 2011
Russell Crowe And Helena Bonham Carter Sing For 'Les Miserables'
Do you hear the people sing? Singing the song of Russell Crowe? Well, you'll certainly be hearing his singing voice in full force come December 2012, as the Oscar winning actor has been cast as fugitive hunter Javert in Tom Hooper's "Les Miserables." Crowe is in talks to star opposite Hugh Jackman in the musical adaptation, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Additionally, the always creepy Helena Bonham Carter has been tapped to join the cast as Madame Thenardier, who sings the best line by far in "Master of the House." Great casting all around! Check out the rest of today's casting news past the jump! Stormare Makes A "Last Stand" Arnold Schwarzenegger, prepare to meet your match. Peter Stormare has joined the cast of "The Last Stand" as the villain's primary henchman, Variety reports. He's the second actor to sign onto the film following Schwarzenegger, who makes his big screen comeback with the July-shooting picture. Rodriguez Goes "Dark" For "Magic" Two new roles for "CSI: Miami" star Adam Rodriguez today. First up, Splash Page reports that the actor has a small role to play in "The Dark Knight Rises," Christopher Nolan's third and supposedly final Batman movie. Beyond that, he also has a role to play in "Magic Mike," Steven Soderbergh's movie about male strippers based loosely on Channing Tatum's pre-Hollywood career. Hopkins Finds "Solace" It's back to the serial killer genre for Anthony Hopkins, though Hannibal Lecter is nowhere in sight. Instead, the actor is set to star in "Solace," in which he'll play a former doctor with psychic abilities who now works with the FBI. It's through this profession that he finds himself on the path of a serial killer, reports Variety. Tell us what you think in the comments section and on Twitter!