Booboo Stewart (aka Seth Clearwater in the Twilight Saga movies) is looking healthy and fit in Hansel & Gretel: Warriors Of Witchcraft. Check out some pics!
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I was just going through Twitter and noticed a lot of Booboo Stewart fans using the hash tag
#BoobooForUriah. It seems as though his name has been floating around as a possibility for the role.
From Just Jared Jr.
Booboo Stewart and Kelli Berglund step out at the DoSomething.org and Aeropostale launch of the 2013 “Teens For Jeans” event held at Palihouse on Tuesday night (January 8th) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The two were joined by Booboo‘s sister Fivel and Pretty Little Liars star Brendan Robinson.
Booboo‘s name has been floating around the world wide web for the role of Uriah in Divergent, with Shailene Woodley.
Uriah is described as a “tall and handsome, with brown skin and dark eyes and of Middle Eastern descent. His smile looks white against his bronze skin. There is a tattoo of a snake behind his ear, its tail curls around his earlobe. He has another tattoo right above the waistband of his pants.”
I personally LOVED these books and would really love to see Booboo snag the role! He just seems like such a huge sweetheart who will always use his name for good. He’s a true humanitarian–not only that, he just DOES fit the description of the role perfectly!
What do you think? Use the #BoobooForUriah tag on Twitter if you think he should get the role!
In the meantime, enjoy these pics of Booboo Stewart at the Teens For Jeans Event (January 8th) in West Hollywood.
NOTE: You may have noticed that Booboo has dropped some weight recently: This was for a role in a movie. He explained on his Twitter:
Below is some information on one of Booboo Stewart’s latest projects, The Pineville Heist.
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
Seventeen-year-old Aaron Stevens stumbles into the aftermath of a five million dollar bank heist gone wrong. Hiding under a canoe, Aaron partially catches the murder of one of the robbers. Through the chaos he sneaks away with the money and heads straight for the closest place of safety, his high school. Terrified, Aaron tells his shocking tale to Amanda Becker, his drama teacher, but it doesn’t take long for one of the psychotic robbers to show up. In the locked down school the pair are relentlessly pursued in a quest to get the money back and wipe out the evidence.
The adrenaline rushed teen thriller is already gaining a huge following, with 60,000 fans following @pinevilleheist on Twitter and over 42,000 copies of ‘The Pineville Heist’ having been sold in ebook, paperback and audiobook formats.
In what can only be described as a unique and bold move, Chambers adapted his award-winning screenplay with Todd Gordon into a novel while going through the processes of producing the movie version.
“I want to star in The Pineville Heist movie because it’s a good story and something I haven’t done before. I like bringing things to life and I just think this is a great project. I really enjoy how, once it starts, it just goes. It’s a thriller!” Stewart enthuses.
A hint of romance that is also likely to appeal to the already rapidly growing band of young female followers of The Pineville Heist and this young movie heart throb.
Lee Chambers is a British Canadian writer, director and producer who has received critical acclaim from Total Film Magazine and Fox Television. In 2005 Chambers developed the Make It Short Film Project gaining Executive Producer support from Academy Award winners, Paul Haggis, Denys Arcand and Roger Corman. With his heart-warming 2009 critically acclaimed, ‘When Life Gives You Lemons’ short, starring Basil Hoffman, an experience Hoffman describes, “… as comfortable as any experience I have had including my work with eight Academy Award winning directors”. The film was selected by over 45 film festivals worldwide. In 2012, Chambers won Screenwriter of the Year Award by Music Film and Motion in Canada for his short film, ‘Hugh Jackman Saves the World’.
#1 Amazon Best Seller Rank: Mystery & Thriller (April 2012)
#1 Amazon Best Seller Rank: Children’s Mystery, Espionage and Detective (April to July 2012)
#3 Best Seller Rank for all books in the Kindle Store (April 2012)
Award-Winning Finalist – Young Adult Fiction : 2012 International Book Awards
Grand Prize Screenplay Winner : 2011 Canadian International Film Festival
You can find more information here!