You might also know him as dreamy Tristan from Stardust or despicable Philip, Duke of Crowborough from Downton Abbey but soon audiences will know actor Charlie Cox as the Man Without Fear, Daredevil.
Sure. Fine. Whatever.
“Dude, I have gotten in some trouble for my little quotes and I am learning to whoop [zipped-lips motion]. I thought that I was saying things that were foregone conclusions. It turns out nothing is, and you will not be hearing from me on the Batman front.” - actress (and Ben Affleck's wife) Jennifer Garner speaking with Collider. Garner previously made headlines when she barely said anything about Affleck's Man of Steel sequel costume. ”I’ve seen the suit,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “The suit is unbelievably cool. It’s a total reinvention. It looks great.” I wish her the best of luck but I also kind of wish she slips and says something else down the road because I'm dying to know more. Garner will next be seen in Draft Day opposite Man of Steel's Kevin Costner. (via The Hollywood Reporter) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?
A Lesson in HumilityStu Zicherman is on the interview circuit for his new movie A.C.O.D., and in a recent interview Badass Digest took the opportunity to ask about his experience writing the 2005 flop and all-around awful movie Elektra. Because apparently they like rubbing salt into wounds over at Badass Digest.
I Want to BelieveThe year 2001 was a big one for both Jennifer Garner and J.J. Abrams. The duo teamed up for the flashy spy drama Alias on ABC and neither could have predicted it would catapult them to stardom. They'd both had a significant amount of work on their resumes already but Alias was the perfect storm. Could it be time to revisit the property? Garner was recently asked just that and didn't turn her nose up at the idea. On the contrary, she said she'd totally be done...on one condition.