Nyong’o may be new to the U.S. screen, but she isn’t new to the industry.
She exemplifies a trend within her generation of rising stars, who weave in and out of each other’s projects like they’re breathlessly party-hopping
“Where have you come from?” a press-conference attendee reportedly asked. But fans who’ve been watching Isaac already know the answer to that.
Among the many young stars who’ve recently made the leap from stage to screen, he finally seems to be having his well-deserved, medium-bridging moment.
Can you think of any black actresses under 30 who are headlining films? Take your time.
In the minus column, Woodley is also proving to be an arm in the recent hydra of woman-hating entertainment news.
Hoult seems to be taking a quieter route to the top, having gradually made his way from bit player to scene-stealer to young leading man.
The bookish geek and the boyish heartthrob merge in the personage of this 26-year-old Pennsylvania native who’s suddenly swimming in Hollywood deals.
She’s an angelic, yet rough-around-the-edges, beauty whose interests speak to fanboys and indie fans alike.
It would seem we’ve passed the era of child stardom all but guaranteeing personal and professional downfall