Chloë Grace Moretz’s newest film “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” has been praised by critics after the Sundance Film Festival premiere. The film is a comedy-drama, but viewers can expect to see sex scenes that aren’t typical in most today’s films because they are handled with a bit of sensitivity.
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Dylan Sprouse sat down with Vulture for a chat about what he’s up to. Aside from sinking “most” of his money into a New York meadery with a seriously delayed opening, Dylan has been busy taking small-time rolls as creeps and nerds. It’s a far cry from his “Suite Life of Zach & Cody” days, but it sounds like there’s a reason for that. It’s the same reason he left Disney all those years ago.
Bella Thorne is the target of some new criticism from “Orphan Black” star Jordan Gavarais. The Canadian actor came out as gay in a recent interview with Vulture, and he had a lot to say about identity politics in Hollywood. He had some strong words for YouTube stars and social media mavens. Addressing the struggles the movie and TV industries are facing, he lambasted the use of follower counts to determine who gets a part.
“I mean, movies are the worst, because the movie business is failing terribly and they think they have some amazing model that’s going to fix it all, and it all involves hiring a girl with 2 million Instagram followers,” he said. “Hasn’t worked yet. And then in television it’s the same thing. Parts are offered to these YouTube sensations.”
“So you have these people in positions of power with all this capital, handing it over to somebody who has no experience running their own show, no experience writing in long-form narratives, and giving him a television show because their YouTube video got 8 million hits,” he said while talking about a YouTube star who got $13 million for a problematic series.