Will Poulter
British actor
Will Poulter
William Jack Poulter is an English actor, most notable for his roles as Lee Carter in Son of Rambow, and as Eustace Scrubb in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
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Will Poulter hits Lanvin at finale of Paris menswear season
Yahoo News - about 1 year
PARIS (AP) — Rising star Will Poulter, who stars alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in the Oscar-nominated movie "The Revenant," led the list of front row celebrities Sunday at Lanvin as the Paris menswear shows reached their final creative crescendo.
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MTV Movie Awards 2015 Winners List: 'The Fault In Our Stars' & Shailene Woodley Take Home Top Honors
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
What could we need more than yet another award show? How about an award show featuring nominated performances and moments from movies that have a 23 percent ("The Other Woman"), 29 percent ("Annabelle") and 35 percent ("Horrible Bosses 2") rating on Rotten Tomatoes. But this is the 2015 MTV Movie Awards, which is not to be confused with those other award shows where the average voter is a 63-year-old white man. Nope, these are cool, hip and so very edgy awards. Just ask MTV. Comedian Amy Schumer hosted the 24th annual celebration of box office hits and YA adaptations, and anticipated that people would be "mad" when it's all said and done -- so we knew things were off to a great start. While prestige award-winners "Boyhood" and "Birdman" were thrown a bone with a couple nominations, "The Fault In Our Stars" won Movie of the Year, and Shailene Woodley won Best Female Performance and MTV's Trailblazer Award. Below, a full list of MTV Movie Awards winners for 2015: Mov ...
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'We're The Millers' 'Friends' Outtake Explained By Director Rawson Marshall Thurber
The Huffington Post - over 3 years
This post contains spoilers about an end credits joke in "We're the Millers." One of the funniest moments in "We're the Millers," the new R-rated comedy that has grossed $38 million during its debut week, is a group sing-along to the TLC song "Waterwalls" from characters played by Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts and Will Poulter. That moment makes a return during the film's de rigueur closing credits outtakes, but with a twist: Instead of "Waterfalls," Sudeikis, Roberts and Poulter break character and serenade a bemused Aniston with The Rembrandts' "I'll Be There For You," a.k.a. the "Friends" theme song. Read More... More on Movies
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Jen Aniston Afraid Kissing Scene In 'We're The Millers' Was Illegal
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Jennifer Aniston admitted on "Conan" that she had some real concerns about getting into legal trouble during the filming of her new film, "We're the Millers." The concern came from a scene where her character teaches a teenage boy how to kiss. “It’s so disturbing. He’s very young. He was underage," Aniston said. She said that she looked into it deeply to ensure that kissing him wasn't breaking any laws. "I thought, this is kind of illegal. But then, no, we didn’t. It was just a kiss. That’s not illegal.” The co-star she kissed, Will Poulter, was born in 1993. So unless the movie was filmed more than a couple of years ago, she should have been okay anyway, right? But better safe than sorry. After all, basically everything else about "We're the Millers" is about breaking the law. Aniston joins Jason Sudeikis on a road trip to smuggle drugs across the Mexico/United States border. The film is in theaters now. Tune in to "Conan" every weeknight at 11 p.m. ET on TBS. ...
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SOME PROBLEMS
Huffington Post - over 3 years
-- "We're the Millers" is an identity comedy with identity issues. Jason Sudeikis plays a pot dealer who, as a disguise for smuggling a huge shipment of weed, forms a fake family to drive an RV across the Mexico border. He gathers local stripper Rose (Jennifer Aniston), surly homeless teenager Casey (Emma Roberts) and his young, naive neighbor Kenny (Will Poulter). The whole concept has two motives: to lampoon the idea of the traditional all-American family, and as an excuse to get Aniston to take off her clothes. Both are worthy endeavors, but everything in "We're the Millers" feels forced – a hodgepodge of comedic rhythms made to lurch from one crude gag to another. Despite obvious comedic talents, Sudeikis and Aniston have each had difficulty finding their place in the movies, and neither really fit their parts: small-time Denver pot dealer (dispatched for the pick-up by Ed Helms' polite but ruthless drug lord) and bitter stripper with a heart of gold, resp ...
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Snapshot: The Actor Will Poulter Talks About ‘We’re the Millers’
NYTimes - over 3 years
In “We’re the Millers,” Will Poulter has a full-frontal sequence, he raps, and he makes out with Jennifer Aniston and Emma Roberts at the same time.     
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'The Maze Runner' Casts Patricia Clarkson
MTV News - almost 4 years
Despite more than a month of production deep inside the cinematic labyrinth of "The Maze Runner," another casting announcement for the dystopian drama has founds its way to the wire. Entertainment Weekly reports that Patricia Clarkson has joined the cast of the film in a pivotal role. (One, it should be added, is a spoiler in and of itself if you haven't read the James Dashner novel upon which the film is based, so we'll let you decide whether to click to the full report or not. But suffice it to say, SHE'S IN THE MOVIE.) "The Maze Runner" follows Thomas (played by "Teen Wolf" star Dylan O'Brien), who wakes up in an elevator with a gnarly case of amnesia. But that's just par for the course for the boys who arrive in the Glade, a large enclosure surrounded by a deadly maze. No one knows why they're there, or how to get out—only that they're being watched. Set for a February 14, 2014 release, the film also stars Kaya Scodelario, Aml Ameen, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Will Poulte ...
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'Maze Runner' Movie Looks For Its Boy
MTV News - about 4 years
Heads up, literati! The list of YA adaptations on which to keep your ever-watchful eyes looks like it might be getting a new addition: the long-awaited "Maze Runner" movie, based on the book by James Dashner, is eyeing a leading man. Deadline reports that the perpetually babyfaced Will Poulter has been offered one of the main roles in the dystopian sci-fi drama, which has been in development in Hollywood since 2011. "Maze Runner" is the story of Thomas, a teenage boy who wakes up in a mysterious concrete enclosure, surrounded by boys his own age and with no memory of how he got there. Soon, he discovers that his strange new home lies at the center of a constantly shifting maze full of deadly threats, watched over by a mysterious group known as the Creators. It's Thomas' destiny to conquer the maze and lead his new friends to freedom—if he doesn't die in the attempt. Meanwhile, there's no character name attached to the reports of Will's potential casting in the "Maze Runner" m ...
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Geoff Cox’s DVD guide: Bel Ami, Wild Bill, Shanghai
The Bucks Herald - over 4 years
The commercial tail wags the artistic dog with the casting of Twilight heart-throb Robert Pattinson in BEL AMI (15: Optimum). In this decorous dramatisation of the oft-filmed French novel, Pattinson plays a former soldier on the make in Paris. It’s believable that the young actor’s chiselled looks could lure a succession of influential aristos into bed as he climbs the social ladder to wealth and influence.And Twihards will no doubt be satisfied with a glimpse of his bare bottom. But Pattinson lacks the range to convey the required mix of ambition, guile and duplicity. As his lovers, Uma Thurman, Kristin Scott Thomas and Christina Ricci do their best with an English-sounding script, but Budapest fails to convince as the French capital for exterior shots. The film’s directors, Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod, are founders of the Cheek By Jowl theatre company, yet they struggle to convert their stage experience into a convincing cinematic whole. > Actor Dexter Fletcher makes ...
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Ones To Watch - Will Poulter
Clash - almost 5 years
If you recognise Will Poulter as Son Of Rambow’s boisterous Lee Carter or as part of Narnia’s fantastical adventures, you’ll see a new side to him in Wild Bill. He plays the fifteen-year-old Dean who has to look after his younger brother after seeing his father Bill go to jail and his mother abandon them. “Wild” Bill’s freedom should establish some stability in the family equilibrium, but the relationship between them requires rebuilding. “Dean bears the responsibilities of an adult,” begins Poulter. “I couldn’t really relate to him as I’m really lucky in that respect. He’s messed up in many ways because he’s had to suppress the pain and the hurt that he feels with regards to being abandoned. Despite the backdrop of such bleakness and it being set in such a dark world, there’s a theme of hope.” Poulter’s dyslexia meant that he struggled in school, but his passion for drama led to him joining the School Of Comedy sketch team and landing a role in Son Of Rambow. “We had ...
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Will Poulter discusses growing up onscreen for Wild Bill role
STV - about 5 years
Having starred in Son of Rambow and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Dexter Fletcher’s Glasgow Film Festival hit Wild Bill offered <a class="fplink fp-283407" href="/Will+Poulter+1">Will Poulter</a> his first chance at a more adult role – he told STV about how he embraced the challenge.
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Tony Nixon (Rynelf) shares his experiences with Ben Barnes (Caspian) and other ... - Narnia Fans
Google News - over 5 years
I play your king&#39;. To read the rest of the piece (and it&#39;s definitely worth it!), visit Tony&#39;s blog HERE. You can also follow him on TWITTER and FACEBOOK. Pssst….did you know that every adult on set wanted to adopt Will Poulter?
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Will Poulter has joined Twitter - Narnia Fans
Google News - over 5 years
Will Poulter has just joined, though, and you can find him at @PoulterWill! As far as we know, he&#39;s the only main cast member to have a twitter account. All others are fakes. Will is one of the nicest guys that I&#39;ve ever met, period
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Opinion: Sequel? Prequel? Reboot? What now? - Narnia Web
Google News - over 5 years
Not just talking about Will Poulter&#39;s age but the popularity of the books. the big problem is-Will Poulter will get too old. But it&#39;s better if they will make SC then LB. 3. If they will reboot the series, it will not get even better
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Gravina: Estate gravinese - GravinaLife
Google News - over 5 years
Con Ben Barnes, Skandar Keynes, Georgie Henley, Will Poulter, Laura Brent. Titolo originale The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Fantastico, Ratings: Kids, durata 115 min. - Gran Bretagna 2010. - 20th Century Fox uscita venerdì 17
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Berättelsen om Narnia: Caspian och skeppet Gryningen - Helsingborgs Dagblad
Google News - almost 6 years
I rollistan: Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes, Ben Barnes, Will Poulter. Längd: 1 tim, 53 min. (SF) DVD. FRÅN BIO. &quot;Filmen fullföljer det lite mörkare stråk som påbörjades i &quot;Prins Caspian&quot; (2008) och lånar drag från &quot;Pirates of the Carribean&quot; och,
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Blu-ray Review: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader - HDTV Magazine
Google News - almost 6 years
by The HT Guys on May 29, 2011 With their dour, bookish cousin Eustace (Will Poulter) in tow, the youngest Pevensie offspring -- Lucy (Georgie Henley) and Edmund (Skandar Keynes) -- take an unexpected trip back to Narnia and join noble King Caspian
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Will Poulter
    TEENAGE
  • 2010
    Age 17
    Poulter announced that he would begin filming a small British independent film called Wild Bill, directed by Dexter Fletcher, at the end of 2010.
    More Details Hide Details It centers around Bill Hayward, played by Charlie Creed-Miles, who, on parole after spending eight years in prison, finds his two sons, Dean (Poulter) and Jimmy (Sammy Williams), living alone abandoned by their mother. With the attention of social services now focused on the boys, Bill struggles to play good dad while keeping out of jail as Jimmy gets in trouble with some dangerous acquaintances of Bill's past. The film was released on 23 March 2012.
    In 2010 he appeared in the BBC Three pilot The Fades, a 60 minute supernatural thriller written by Skins writer, Jack Thorne.
    More Details Hide Details The pilot has been commissioned to be written as six-part series with almost entirely a new cast.
  • 2009
    Age 16
    In 2009 he was selected to play the role of Eustace Scrubb in the film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (filmed in Queensland, Australia), and was accompanied by some members of his family.
    More Details Hide Details The movie was first screened on 10 December 2010.
  • 2008
    Age 15
    He also performed with other young comedic actors in School of Comedy, which aired its pilot on Channel 4's Comedy Lab on 21 August 2008.
    More Details Hide Details School of Comedy was then commissioned for a full series by Channel 4, which began airing on 2 October 2009. He then did the second series of the programme and appears as a whole new collection of characters.
    Poulter was educated at Harrodian School. He played various acting roles before landing the role of Lee Carter in the 2008 movie Son of Rambow.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1993
    Age 0
    Born on January 28, 1993.
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