Ben Joins ABC Drama Pilot ‘Exposed’

Ben Barnes (‘The Chronicles Of Narnia’ franchise) has been tapped as a male lead opposite Mary Elizabeth Winstead in ABC’s drama pilot ‘Exposed’, from writer Charles Randolph, Peter Traugott’s TBD Entertainment, Sweden-based Yellow Bird Entertainment and Universal TV.

Based on the best-selling Swedish novels by Liza Marklund, ‘Exposed’ centers on Anna (Winstead), an investigative journalist who will stop at nothing to uncover the truth, including making questionable alliances. Barnes, repped by WME and Luber Roklin, will play Stoya, a mysterious man who develops an intimate relationship with Anna (Winstead). He claims to be a pilot, but is in fact an NSA whistleblower who is being hunted by the U.S. government because he knows too much.


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‘God Only Knows’ Publicity Stills

Five new publicity stills from ‘God Only Knows’ have been added to the gallery.

Gallery Link:
005 x God Only Knows > Publicity Stills

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Armani Celebrates Oscar Nominations

Last night Ben attended a special cocktail party, hosted by Armani, to celebrate Martin Scorsese and Paolo Sorrentino’s Oscar nominations. Check out a photo in our gallery.

Gallery Link:
001 x Giorgio Armani Celebrates Oscar Nominations

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New Release Date For ‘Seventh Son’

With Legendary joining Universal as a new partner in July, the two have already moved around release dates for upcoming projects, including pushing ‘Seventh Son’ from 2014 to 2015.

‘Seventh Son,’ starring Jeff Bridges, was set to open on January 17, 2014 but will now open on February 6, 2015. The move is interesting given that Universal is already opening ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ on Valentine’s Day 2015, but given that ‘Seventh Son’ plays to boys, the move comes off as good counter-programming.

This marks the second time Legendary has moved ‘Seventh Son,’ which was supposed to open this October, before Legendary pushed it back 3 months to January.


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Help Save The Wildlife Waystation

This past summer, Ben took part in a ‘Save The Waystation’ campaign to help raise money for the Wildlife Waystation, a non-profit animal sanctuary in Los Angeles. Check out photos of Ben with his ‘Save The Waystation’ sign in our gallery.

If you’d like to donate to the Wildlife Waystation, visit their official website.

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