Videos/Photos: Visits “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Added new photos and videos of Jacob Elordi visiting “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on January 18.

Videos: “He Went That Way” (Official Trailer)

Vertical Entertainment will release the Jacob Elordi/Zachary Quinto thriller HE WENT THAT WAY on streaming next month, arriving on digital platforms on January 12th, 2024. The film will launch in US theaters in limited release on January 5th.

He Went That Way is directed by Jeffrey Darling in his directorial debut and is based on the non-fiction book Luke Karamazov by Conrad Hilberry. The film follows Jim Goodwin, an animal trainer accompanied by his pet chimpanzee, who picks up a hitchhiker later revealed to be a serial killer. It is inspired by real life events involving serial killer Larry Lee Ranes.

Check out the official trailer:

Videos: Access Hollywood

Jacob Elordi had an incredible experience making “Priscilla” with director Sofia Coppola and co-star Cailee Spaeny. “I felt like I was in safe hands the whole time, so it was one of the most kind of freeing creative experiences I’ve ever been a part of … It was just joyful,” he told Access Hollywood‘s Zuri Hall. Jacob and Cailee also spoke to Access about collaborating with each other and told the story of their first meeting ahead of filming. Plus, Sofia shared what Priscilla wanted the movie to capture about her story and how she reacted to seeing the film for the first time. “Priscilla” hits theaters nationwide on Nov. 3 and is now out in limited theaters.

Videos: Vanity Fair

Sofia Coppola, director of the biographical drama film about America’s most iconic rock n’ roll couple Elvis Presley and Priscilla Beaulieu, discusses everything about the chair throw scene along with stars Jacob Elordi and Cailee Spaeny in a Vanity Fair interview. Get the full breakdown of the set, the lighting and the emotions that went into creating the memorable scene.

Videos: SiriusXM

Jacob Elordi & Cailee Spaeny discuss with Andy Cohen their experience working with director Sofia Coppola on ‘Priscilla’ in SiriusXM.

Videos: The Kelly Clarkson Show

Jacob Elordi dishes on the music he’s listening to lately — including Bon Iver, The National and David Bowie — and he reveals that listening to Eminem music helped him break his Australian accent. Tune in today for more fun with Jacob Elordi.

Videos: “Saltburn” Official Teaser Trailer

Welcome to Saltburn. Written & directed by Academy Award Winner Emerald Fennell and in select theaters November 24, 2023. ç

Catch Jacob Elordi and Ayo Edebiri in the absurd American satire “The Sweet East”

If you’ve been looking for the next grainy, indie, dark satire to fill the void of shows like The End of the F***ing World or a Safdie brothers film, then look no further than Sean Prince Williams’ absurd American odyssey film The Sweet East. Fresh from its Cannes Film Festival premiere earlier this year (during the Directors’ Fortnight section), the film features both Euphoria heartthrob Jacob Elordi and The Bear’s breakout star, Ayo Edebiri. The film is Prince Williams’ directorial debut, who also wrote the screenplay alongside Nick Pinkerton. Shot in his signature 16mm grain, the film makes for a grungy, dark and comedic ride.

The film follows disaffected high school senior, Lillian Wade, whose school trip to Washington D.C. is suddenly derailed by gun-toting Pizzagate conspiracy theorist. Escaping sudden chaos with emo-punk and self-identified ‘artivist’ Caleb, Lilian falls in with his travelling crew of trust-fund anarchists before leap-frogging between a myriad of all-American caricatures and cults – from a delusional director-producer duo desperate to have her star in their bizarre, butter-themed film, As It Churned, to being taken in by a professor and Edgar Allen Poe fan, who happens to also be a white-supremacist Neo Nazi. Throughout, we see Lilian carve out her own kind of Americana narrative through a picaresque journey along the underbelly of the East Coast – a journey that sees her countless opportunities for reinvention.

The film’s breakout star is Talia Ryder (who you may remember from Netflix’s Do Revenge or her part in Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story), who plays the lead of Lilian. She stars alongside Elordi (who is also leading Sofia Coppola’s A24 Priscilla film), Edebiri, Jeremy O. Harris and Earl Cave (son of Nick Cave).

A picaresque journey through contemporary America, undertaken by a young woman granted access to the strange sects and cults that proliferate in this country by a series of gatekeepers eager to win her over.

Video: “Priscilla” Official Teaser

From writer/director Sofia Coppola and starring Jacob Elordi and Cailee Spaeny. PRISCILLA – Coming Soon.

‘Euphoria’s Jacob Elordi Talks Season 3 Hopes, Praises “Mad Genius” Creator Sam Levinson

Euphoria concluded its sophomore season on a note of suspense for nearly every character, including Jacob Elordi’s unhinged and insecure teen Nate Jacobs. At a Euphoria FYC event held at the Academy Museum in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Elordi spoke to Deadline about what Nate calling the cops on his father (Eric Dean) means for his character.

“I think maybe he’s at the end of of his tether and that’s him facing his demon or his god even,” he said. “That’s kind of the last thing he can do.”

In addition to ratting out his dad in the season’s final episodes, Nate broke things off with Cassie (Sydney Sweeney), leaving her to confront the wrath and heartbreak of best friend Maddy (Alexa Demie). With fractured relationships and a tragic end for a Euphoria staple, season three has great potential to pick up the pieces. However, Elordi said he doesn’t yet know what’s in store for his character.

“I don’t know he’s so unpredictable and Sam (Levinson) is so unpredictable but I’m happy to see it go anywhere,” he said. “I trust Sam and he’s a bit of a mad genius so wherever he takes it I’m happy to go.”

While tightlipped about his character’s direction, Elordi did share that “my only hope is maybe I don’t have to walk silently down a high school hallway again.”

“I’m aging,” he added.


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