The mixed feelings on Taylor Swift acting in the movie of the book 'The Giver' has been evident, but like it or not....it happened. Although, when Taylor said it was a small part, she really wasn't joking. A brunette Taylor got around .22 seconds in the preview....to check out the first look of the movie, chhheck it out below:
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This morning, Travis Tritt linked to a Facebook post that announced that he had joined a movie as a narrator.
Well not just any narrator, but The Narrator.
You know it's an important part when they capitalize it.
Before all his major life-changing health issues this summer, Randy Travis did some acting - something he has done quite often over the years.
This weekend one of his movies is set to air.
Travis, who portrays local store owner Mr. Greenhall, joins One Tree Hill alums Hilarie Burton and Tyler Hilton for "Christmas On The Bayou," which is set to premiere on Saturday, December 14, at 8 pm ET/PT on Lifetime.
NBC has released a second teaser trailer (first here) for "The Sound of Music" and this one actually shows all the characters rehearsing, singing, and having what looks to be loads of fun.
In other "Sound of Music" news, NBC is giving fans a chance to star in a music video with some of the cast.
Do you want to star in a music video with Carrie Underwood, Mike Tompkins & Chester See? This is your chance to be included in a music video for The Sound of Music! Sing your do-re-mis for a chance to be a part of the next Mike Tompkins music video, with guest star Chester See, The Sound of Music star Carrie Underwood and many more surprise guests.
For a chance to participate, send us a video of you singing along to the instructional video by Mike Tompkins. Your submission will be entered into consideration for the final music video. Hurry! Watch The Sound of Music Live! starring Carrie Underwood, Thursday Dec 5 on NBC.
You can head to SoundofMusicMashup.com to record your own video.
Back earlier this month, Taylor Swift was briefly rumored to be dating Australian actor Brenton Thwaites. Both denied the rumors. Now comes word that they really weren't dating, just getting ready to star in a movie together.
Variety is reporting that Harvey Weinstein has confirmed that he's involved in the big screen adaption of Lois Lowry’s 1993 young adult novel, "The Giver," which will star Meryl Streep, Jeff Bridges, Katie Holmes, and Alexander Skarsgard. Also signed onto the film is Taylor and Brenton.
This afternoon Jason Aldean tweeted the movie poster for "Sweetwater," his very first acting role.
Inspired by the reveal, I went looking for the trailer and definitely wasn't disappointed. This looks like a pretty good movie. Here's a short synopsis from IMDB.
In the late 1800s, a fanatical religious leader, a renegade Sheriff, and a former prostitute collide in a blood triangle on the rugged plains of the New Mexico Territory.
The only place in the trailer I thought I might have spotted Jason was at about the 22 second mark. It looks like him riding a horse, although I could be mistaken.
"Sweetwater" is set to be released October 9 according to IMDB.