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Newcomer Harrison Gilbertson to star in Fallen + new trailer for Need for Speed

Wednesday, September 25, 2013 1:22 PM | Anonymous

Aussie Harrison Gilbertson has signed on to star in "Fallen," the film adaptation of the first novel in Lauren Kate's best selling, four-part, young adult fiction series.

Gilbertson joins Jeremy Irvine and Addison Timlin, who are already attached.

A gothic romance, Fallen tells the story of Luce (Timlin), a young girl who is banished to a reform school in Georgia after she is accused of murdering a boy.

Gilbertson is set to play Cam Briel, a young boy she befriends at her new school.

Two-time Oscar nominated Australian director Scott Hicks will direct. 

Lotus Entertainment and Mayhem pictures are producing.

Gilbertson recently wrapped shooting a supporting role in Dreamworks' "Need For Speed" starring Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad). Check out the brand new trailer released TODAY.

Directed by Scott Waugh, "Need for Speed" is based on the popular video game and stars imogen Poots, Kid Cudi, Ramon Rodriguez, Rami Malek, Harrison Gilbertson, Dakota Johnson, and Michael Keaton.

Look out for it in US theatres March 14. No Aus release date has been set. 

Gilbertson can also be seen in Mac Carter's upcoming horror flick "Haunt" alongside fellow Aussie Jacki Weaver. 

"Haunt" tells the story of a family who moves into a strange new home. The son (Gilbertson) becomes romantically involved with his beautiful young neighbour (Liana Liberato) and together they unwittingly invote an alternative dimension of the house.

Congrats, Harrison!


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