I’ve added 300+ Blu-ray screencaptures from the movie ”Funsize“. Make sure you get your copy today!
Gallery Links: Movie Productions > Fun Size (2012) > Blu-Ray Screencaptures [x304]
Thomas was featured in the 2nd Annual Men to Watch in the spring edition of Zooey Magazine! Below you can view the scan along with a behind the scenes video of the photoshoot!
I’ve added a photoshoot to the gallery that we didn’t have before. I’m not sure when this was exactly but I’m pretty sure it was either last year or the year before that. Anyways, you can check the 2 pictures below!
I’ve added additional HQ movie stills & behind the scenes photos from “Funsize“. Enjoy!
10 quick questions for Thomas Mann
1) One of my most memorable experiences was……. sitting a few rows back from Alec Baldwin when he got kicked off the plane for refusing to turn off his cell phone. Step aside 6-year-olds, this guy can throw a tantrum.
2) I can’t live without my…. toothbrush.
3) My idea of happiness…… is sitting in a rocking chair on a porch in Oregon with a bloodhound at my feet.
4) I value…. close friends and my loving family.
5) Something that I’ve not told with anyone is…. I was once kicked out of a party at the playboy mansion, which sounds a lot cooler than it is.
6) This year my goal is to…. get a dog!
7) Fashion, to me, is…. putting on a shirt, looking in the mirror, deciding it looks stupid, then putting on something else. I repeat this until I’m comfortable with the way I look. I think everyone does this. For fashion.
8) If I was not acting (or singing or modeling), I would be…. in college maybe, learning 2 write good. I envy talented writers.
9) My favorite journey has been… moving to LA when I was 17 and being able to do something I love. I’m very lucky.
10) My motto in life is… fear is the only true enemy.
I’ve added 6 additional HQ movie stills from “Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters” to the gallery. Check them out below!
Gallery Link: Movie Productions > Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters (2013) > Official Movie Stills [x6]
There’s just ONE MORE DAY until Beautiful Creatures hits theaters and JJJ will be in line to see it again!
We recently had the pleasure to chat with stars Zoey Deutch and Thomas Mann earlier this month and got the scoop on filming, their friendship and more. Check it:
JJJ: Thomas, Emmy Rossum talked to us about your “faux” dates with her during your down time. Did you freak out over the rats we heard about?
Thomas Mann: “No, I didn’t freak out. It was just a really nice touch to a really romantic evening. [laughs] No, I’m just kidding. We would go out and bond with our cast mates, so me and Emmy went out one night and literally sat with our feet dangling like over the edge of the side of where the Mississippi River is. It was super late at night, it was like drizzling rain, it was really picturesque and really nice. Then all of a sudden I see something and I’m like, ‘What is that a bird over there?’ And [Emmy] was like, ‘What are you blind? That’s a rat!’ There was a few of them! Yeah, we had some nice times together, for sure.”
Zoey Deutch: “Yeah, it always felt good for the rest of us when we would all be hanging have a great time and y’all would just split off and be like, look we’re the cool ones and we love each other! What? I’m not mad! I’m not bitter, you crazy loon! (laughs)”
In the new film “Beautiful Creatures,” a teenager named Ethan (Alden Ehenreich) longs to escape his small, backward southern town. When a mysterious new girl named Lena (Alice Englert) arrives, she seems to have stepped right out of Alden’s dreams. As their relationship blossoms, they uncover dark secrets about both their families and their hometown.
As Alden’s love of Lena grows, he pulls away from both his trusty best friend Link (Thomas Mann) and Bible-thumping mean girl ex Emily (Zoey Deutch). I sat down with Mann and Deutch (who is the daughter of ’80s superstar Lea Thompson) last month in Dallas after a screening of the film, where we discussed the challenge of taking on a character already established in the minds of readers, playing normal humans in a supernatural world, and why guys shouldn’t be afraid to see “Beautiful Creatures.”
“Beautiful Creatures” opens on Valentine’s Day.
The romantic drama Beautiful Creatures tells the story of 17-year-old Ethan Wate (Alden Ehrenreich), whose world is shaken up with the arrival of Lena Duchannes (Alice Englert), the niece of Macon Ravenwood (Jeremy Irons), the reclusive owner of gothic Ravenwood Manor. Immediately drawn to each other, it becomes apparent that Lena is a Caster with powers beyond her control, and the two are faced with a curse that will claim her for either the Light or the Dark on her 16th birthday.
At the film’s press day, Collider spoke to co-stars Thomas Mann (who plays Ethan’s best friend and wingman, Link) and Zoey Deutch (who plays Emily, Ethan’s former girlfriend and head of the popular clique at school), in both a 2-on-1 and a roundtable interview, about auditioning without getting to read a script first, their reaction once they finally did get to read it, understanding where their characters were coming from, working with Emma Thompson, the bits about their characters that didn’t make it from the book to the film, and what’s next for them, as actors. Check out what they had to say after the jump.
What was the audition process like for this film?
THOMAS MANN: Well, they didn’t release the script before the audition, so I just Googled the title Beautiful Creatures and knew vaguely what the book was about. I went into the audition blind, not knowing much at all. I did a cold read, where they gave me a scene and I had 20 minutes to learn it before I went in to do the scene for casting. They put me on tape for the director, and it was about a month before I heard anything. And then, I found out I got the part.
Once you finally got the script, and got to read it and see exactly how it was going to be, what was your reaction to it?
MANN: I just thought it sounded like a really interesting story, and not really like anything I’d ready before or acted in before. I just thought it would be a fun challenge, and Link just seemed like a really lovable, fun character to play, who didn’t take things too seriously and had this rebellious quality about him that he shared with Ethan. They both see bigger things for themselves and they both want to kind of transcend the life that’s set out for them, in this small town. And the script was really smart. It’s got this maturity to it. It has a lot of social commentary.