Movie News: The Top 5 'Captain America' Love Interests, Plus Black Widow, Too

Movie News: The Top 5 'Captain America' Love Interests, Plus Black Widow, Too

Oct 03, 2012

The Avengers

Captain America: The Winter Soldier: Steve Rogers, AKA Captain America (Chris Evans) needs a new love interest, and five young actresses are reportedly vying for the role: Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Jessica Brown Findlay (Downton Abbey), Teresa Palmer (I Am Number Four), Imogen Poots (Fright Night), and our sentimental favorite, Alison Brie (Community, Mad Men). It’s not known which character the chosen actress would play in the sequel, Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Adding to the intrigue, it’s also rumored that Scarlett Johansson will make an appearance as Black Widow. [Deadline]

Daniel Radcliffe: Formerly (and perhaps forever) known as Harry Potter, Daniel Radcliffe is moving on with his career, and his next performance will see him playing a character with, er, um, well, there’s no other way to put it: Horns. Yes, that’s also the title of the movie, and the story follows developments that occur after poor Daniel wakes up with horns growing out of his head. It’s said to be a “deeply emotional” role. A new photo reveals the actor’s new look. [Entertainment Weekly]


Mobius, AKA Moby Dick in Space: The title is, officially, Mobius, but the new project to be directed by Lynne Ramsey (We Need to Talk About Kevin) has been described as "Moby Dick in Space." The film takes its cues from Herman Melville’s literary classic, as an obsessed captain of a deep-space vessel seeks to destroy an “enigmatic” alien. Ramsey is working on the script with Rory Kinnear; her next film will be the Western Jane Got a Gun with Natalie Portman and Michael Fassbender, so Mobius won’t be out for a while. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Ernest and Celestine Trailer: Wistful, lovely and charming, a new trailer for the animated Ernest and Celestine gives us a peek at the relationship that grows between a mouse and a bear. The trailer is in French, but animation is an international language. The only sad thing about it is that we’ll have to wait until next fall before the movie hits theaters. [Twitch]

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