It looks like Val Kilmer’s son Jack is the guy to talk about as the “next big thing.” Check out the 5 Fast Facts on why you should be keeping your eye on Jack Kilmer.
1. Jack Kilmer’s Being Called the Next Robert Pattison
According to Radar Online, Jack is said to be the next Robert Pattinson. An insider tells the media source:
Jack is being chased by a lot of Hollywood’s most recognizable actresses who hope to be his co-star both onscreen and off!
The source also states:
Jack is already causing a commotion because of his delicate, ethereal features. He looks like a young star who would drive female movie fans to distraction, just like Rob did when he first starred in Twilight.
2. Dad Val Kilmer Had a Part in Jack’s First Film Debut
Jack’s acting debut was in the film Palo Alto, starring Emma Roberts, James Franco, and himself. It’s a somewhat dark film. Check out the trailer video above.
3. Jack’s Palo Alto Will be Released at the Tribeca Film Festival
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The movie is based on a book of short stories by James Franco and it will hit theaters this coming Spring. Tribeca Film describes the movie saying:
Palo Alto weaves together three stories of teenage lust, boredom, and self-destruction: shy, sensitive April (Emma Roberts), torn between an illicit flirtation with her soccer coach (James Franco) and an unrequited crush on sweet stoner Teddy (Jack Kilmer); Emily (Zoe Levin), who offers sexual favors to any boy to cross her path; and the increasingly dangerous exploits of Teddy and his best friend Fred (Nat Wolff), whose behavior may or may not be sociopathic. One of the strongest American directorial debuts of the past decade, Coppola’s film has a palpable sense of time and place, but her characters — seeking cheap thrills and meaningful connections — could be teenagers from any generation.
4. His Next Part Is a Hermaphrodite
Radar Online has spoken to a source that dishes a bit about Jack’s upcoming role:
Now he’s quietly rehearsing for a sure-to-be-controversial part as a lovelorn hermaphrodite in a small, as-yet-untitled independent film, opposite Elle Fanning.
Sounds like Jack’s next movie is going to be a good one …