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Beautiful Creatures (13-Feb-2013)

Director: Richard LaGravenese

Writer: Richard LaGravenese

From novel by: Kami Garcia; Margaret Stohl

Keywords: Fantasy, Romantic Drama

Film adaptation of the 2009 novel of the same name tells the tale of South Carolina teenager Ethan Wate and his chance acquaintance with a mysterious young woman at his high school.

ABSTRACT
Beautiful Creatures tells the tale of Ethan Wate, a teenager in the backwards Southern small town of Gatlin, South Carolina who dreams of leaving his stiflingly-familiar confines and attending college to further enlighten himself. Noticing a girl named Lena who bears a striking resemblance to a previously-unknown individual he has been having recurring dreams about upon arriving at his junior year of high school, he embarks on a quest to enamor himself with her that ends up bringing him a supernaturally-greater deal than he'd bargained for.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eileen Atkins
Actor
16-Jun-1934   Co-Creator of Upstairs, Downstairs
Viola Davis
Actor
11-Aug-1965   Nurse Peeler on City of Angels
Kyle Gallner
Actor
22-Oct-1986   Cassidy Casablancas on Veronica Mars
Jeremy Irons
Actor
19-Sep-1948   Dead Ringers
Margo Martindale
Actor
18-Jul-1951   Rita Perkins-Hall on A Gifted Man
Emmy Rossum
Actor
12-Sep-1986   The Day After Tomorrow
Emma Thompson
Actor
15-Apr-1959   Howard's End
Pruitt Taylor Vince
Actor
5-Jul-1960   American character actor

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