The British model turned actress joins Nat Wolff in the teen drama from the author of "The Fault in Our Stars"
The actress is expected to shoot both prestige projects back-to-back this fall
The film co-stars Rooney Mara as Tiger Lily, Adeel Akhtar as Smee and newcomer Levi Miller as Peter
Director Joe Wright's re-imagining of the classic fairytale has landed the young, former "Terra Nova" star as its lead
Joe Wright's "Pan" will star Hugh Jackman as Blackbeard, while Rooney Mara is in negotiations to play Tiger Lily
Hugh Jackman and Garrett Hedlund are expected to star in the Joe Wright movie
Carey Mulligan has signed with WME, according to an individual with knowledge of the actress’ plans. Mulligan just starred in "The Great Gatsby" and can...
The "Anna Karenina" filmmaker is the front-runner over Gus Van Sant, Bennett Miller and Patty Jenkins
As Joe Wright's boldly theatrical version of "Anna Karenina" hits theaters, Keira Knightley describes how she terrified the boys and confounded expectations
Keira Knightly delivers impressively in director Joe Wright's version of "Anna Karenina"
On a day crammed with high-profile premieres, Toronto showcases Ben Affleck's crowd-pleasing "Argo" and Paul Thomas Anderson's tough, weird "The Master"
Keira Knightley says there's more to the sex scene in "Anna Karenina" than you'll see onscreen -- but it'll definitely be a DVD extra
Joe Wright, the film director behind "Atonement," "The Soloist" and now "Anna Karenina," will try his hand at stage directing in London
Joe Wright's adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's novel co-stars Aaron Johnson and Jude Law and looks like an awards contender
Joe Wright will direct the movie, which Tom Stoddard adapted from Leo Tolstoy's novel
Todd Wagner predicts the future, Joe Wright goes into action, and the critics now hate James Franco for a new reason
Bad snacks, smart flicks, a fanboy fave and an Ebert hater
New trailer shows the "Atonement" star wielding all manner of weaponry and causing loads of mayhem
Alex Pettyfer will play the title role in DreamWorks' adaptation of the young-adult sci-fi novel "I Am Number Four"
Studio balks at cost of Oscar winner's "Indian Summer."