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Beautiful Creatures

In the small town of Gatlin, S.C., teenage Ethan Wate (Alden Ehrenreich) has his static world shaken by the arrival of Lena Duchannes (Alice Englert), the niece of town patriarch Macon Ravenwood (Jeremy Irons) . Ethan is immediately drawn to Lena, although destruction surrounds her, and she has supernatural powers that are beyond her control. Even worse, a curse looms for Lena as her 16th birthday approaches -- the time when the forces of either light or dark will claim her.
  • Genres: Fantasy, Romance
  • Running Time: 123 minutes
  • Release Date: Thursday, February 14, 2013
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13 [ Scary Images, Some Sexual Material, Violence ]
  • Starring: Alden Ehrenreich [Ethan Wate], Alice Englert [Lena Duchannes], Jeremy Irons [Macon Ravenwood], Viola Davis [Amma], Emmy Rossum [Ridley Duchannes], Thomas Mann [Link], Emma Thompson [Mrs. Lincoln/Sarafine], Eileen Atkins [Gramma], Margo Martindale [Aunt Del], Zoey Deutch [Emily Asher], Tiffany Boone [Savannah Snow], Rachel Brosnahan [Genevieve Duchannes], Kyle Gallner [Larkin Ravenwood], Pruitt Vince [Mr. Lee], Robin Skye [Mrs. Hester], Randy Redd [Rev. Stephens]
  • Directed by: Richard LaGravenese [Director], Richard LaGravenese [Screenwriter], Erwin Stoff [Producer], Andrew A. Kosove [Producer], Broderick Johnson [Producer], Molly Smith [Producer], David Valdes [Producer], Yolanda Cochran [Executive Producer], Philippe Rousselot [Cinematographer], Richard Sherman [Production Design], David Moritz [Film Editor], Jeffrey Kurland [Costume Designer], Margery Simkin [Casting], thenewno2 [Original Music], Troy Sizemore [Supervising Art Direction], Lorin Flemming [Art Director], Matthew Ferguson [Set Decoration]
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