You think of all of the young actors trying to make it in movies, and they likely all look to Ryan Gosling as the model, considering how well he has done without losing his indie cred. That makes Iain De Caestecker the luckiest young guy, in that Gosling chose him for the lead of his directorial debut, How To Catch A Monster. Gosling undertook a wide search but chose De Caestecker to play Christina Hendricks’ character’s son, a loner with an active imagination who is the catalyst for this film. De Caestecker is a Scottish actor who played the male lead in two high-profile BBC series: the BAFTA-winning The Fades and Young James Herriot. He starred opposite Alice Englert in the thriller Fear which played at Sundance and next stars with James McAvoy and Jim Broadbent in Filth. He’s done well in a short time in the U.S. On his first trip to Los Angeles, and landed a series regular role on the Marvel/ABC/Joss Whedon pilot S.H.I.E.L.D., which is going to series. So even though right now this guy is a walking typo to people like me, soon we might all be able to spell his name without looking it up. Anonymous Content, WME and Hamilton Hodell rep him. Related:
It is only logical that Star Trek wine would eventually become a thing, and that day has arrived. Vinport has a special collection of Star Trek wines that are available for a limited time only! Each wine is in honor of some of the fans' favorite episodes from The Original Series. Photos: The hottest superheroes—in uniform! According to the website, the wine is from Viansa Winery in Sonoma, California and is "a special blend of Merlot, Sangiovese, Cabernet Franc, Dolcetto, Tinta Cao, and Tempranillo." The wine is also described as "full of depth and character" and of course we would expect nothing less. OK! News: The best of Reddit today So speaking of character, I got to thinking about what kind of wine each character from Star Trek Into Darkness would be. Let's explore: Kirk (Chris Pine): With his gorgeous blonde hair and dry sense of humor, he would no doubt be a Pinot Grigio. Spock (Zachary Quinto): Spock can be sort of dark, and there's a lot of complexity to his character so he is a Pinot Noir. Uhura (Zoe Saldana): Uhura is a Malbec: dark and worldly. Watch: How to get Zoe Saldana's hot outline mani Sulu (John Cho): Sulu, always one to save the day, is crisp and refreshing like a Sauvignon Blanc. Khan (Benedict Cumberbatch): The grapes that make a Cabernet Sauvignon have thick skins and are known for taking over regions where other native grapes might be growing. Sound familiar? Watch: Benedict Cumberbatch's co-stars tell all! Bones (Karl Urban): He is a Syrah, the kind of wine that can pack and punch when it needs to. Carol (Alice Eve): Carol is an elegant White Bordeaux wine. Scotty (Simon Pegg): Scott is a fine Chardonnay, always getting the job done. Photos: What the stylish celeb dads are wearing Chekov (Anton Yelchin): Chekov is as sweet as a Zinfandel. Watch: Danielle Fishel talks Boy Meets World rumors What is your favorite kind of wine? Are you going to try the Star Trek wine? Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter @OKMagazine. Photo credit: SplashNews, Paramount
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