Joe Gould is a true-life character made briefly famous in a couple of magazine profiles penned by the New Yorker's legendary Joseph Mitchell. Gould, a shabby old bohemian gent who's slowly going mad as he gathers up oral histories from denizens of the city. He's a kind of whirling dervish of the street -- charming one minute and raging abusively the next.
We all know what Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson are up to, but what ever happened to Seamus Finnigan?
The mag knows that sex sells.
Aubrey Graham, did you really start from the bottom?
Chris Hemsworth as John Smith? Yes, please. We cast (or re-cast) celebs as their Disney character counterparts.