The countdown is on for "Vampire Academy"'s theatrical debut on February 14, 2014. And while the buzz for the flick, adapted from Richelle Mead’s bestselling books, continues to grow, two of its stars, Zoey Deutch and Sarah Hyland, just hope fans are pleased by their big-screen take.
“I just hope that people enjoy it—fans that have already read the series, as well as newcomers—I hope they enjoy this story,” Zoey told MTV News at the VMAs over the weekend.
Things got kind of dark during the second season of "Girls," but star Allison Williams promises that’s all going to change next season.
"I think it’s a very funny season. I think it’s pretty lighthearted, but also it’s just the third year in a row you get to see these girls, so I think people have gotten to know us pretty well by now and so you get to see different dimensions of all of us,” she explained to MTV News on the red carpet at the VMAs, where she looked quite fierce in her white dress.
Among the shakeups next season: Allison’s Marnie will have to say goodbye for good to her on-screen love, Charlie, now that Christopher Abbott is no longer on the show. And she promises that that break-up will lead to some good TV.
This week, Robert Sheehan becomes our latest crush thanks to his role in "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones." With the flick hitting theaters on Wednesday (yes, that’s today!), we can’t help but nominate this adorable actor as this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Robert, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: This brunette babe, 25, grew up in Ireland, where he pursued acting from a young age, taking up gigs even as a kid. Despite attending Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology to study film and TV, his love and passion for acting eventually won out and he took on an acting career full time.
Happy birthday, Demi Lovato! Today, the singer/actress/hairstyle maven turns 21. It’s already been a wild ride for the multi-hyphenate performer, and we imagine that as she dives even deeper into her twenties, more success is coming her way.
Demi has been out of the public eye for the past few days, and based on her Twitter, we assume she’s spending her big day in Africa, upholding her promise that her summer vacation would be spent “like a boss.” That’s a much more exotic location than where we celebrated our 21st birthday. Believe us! Though we suspect that when she lands stateside again, the newly legal singer will be very busy!
First up, Demi is up for a Best Female Video Moonman at the VMAs this Sunday. She'll go against Pink, Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift and Rihanna. To find out if she’ll take home her second-ever Moonman (she won one last year) for “Heart Attack,” tune into the show when it goes live from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on August 25.
"Once again with feeling." That's the opening message of the teaser trailer for the new season of "Glee," kicking off September 26 on Fox.
The promo for season five Features a lot of upbeat music and moments to set the tone for a season that will certainly play out way differently than originally intended since star Cory Monteith died last month. There’s dancing, flirty glances, Sue Sylvester in a wig—pretty much all rehashed moments from last season. Noticeably absent? Finn.
The first two episodes will be Beatles-themed (as was always the plan) and the third episode will deal with Finn’s passing (creator Ryan Murphy has confirmed it won’t be from a drug overdose). But the trailer does hint that some fun will be had this season in addition to dealing with the show’s tremendous loss.
Remember when Nick Jonas Instagrammed that shirtless selfie? (We know, you actually can’t forget it.) Well, you may get the chance to see his washboard abs again this fall.
The singer/actor has just booked himself a role on CBS’ "Hawaii Five-0." He’s slated to appear on the series as a computer hacker in an upcoming episode. But, as it turns out, Nick’s "Hawaii Five-0" alter-ego has some intentions that may muddle up the storyline a bit.
“Just signed on for a guest role on Hawaii Five-0 that will air in late fall! Aloha! #H50 @HawaiiFive0CBS #Five0Friday,” he tweeted. Aloha, indeed! Consider our DVRs already set!
Augustus Prew is coming to a theater near you this weekend, and he's looking to kick some ass in the process. The adorable Brit will grace the big screen in "Kick-Ass 2" and, as it turns out, he’s also kicking our hearts into high gear. So we’re naming him this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Augustus, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: This 25-year-old grew up in London. He attended Latymer Upper School but started acting professionally at a young age, which included nabbing a spot in the coveted Youngblood Theatre Company.
While Lea Michele has maintained a relatively low profile over the last few weeks following boyfriend Cory Monteith's death, the singer/actress is back working again. Lea stepped back on set on Tuesday, bringing the Gleeks along for her first day of shooting.
In an image posted to her Twitter account, Lea was photographed on set in a red skirt and black top with her hair pulled back into a ponytail. While it’s unclear what’s happening in the scene she was shooting (she does look deep in thought), she did share, “Feels so good to be home... #GleeSeason5.”
Adam Brody has been making our hearts race for years now. And that’s not going to change anytime soon. He’s simply adorakable! In honor of Adam’s more mature movie, "Lovelace," out this week, we’re naming the charming actor this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Adam, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: The 33-year-old actor grew up in San Diego and favored surfing over school. Eventually, he opted to move to Los Angeles and pursue an acting career. In addition to acting, he also plays in a band, writes comic books and leaves us swooning. Currently he’s dating fellow Josh Schwartz alum Leighton Meester. There doesn't seem to be any East Coast/West Coast beef there at all.
Where were you a decade ago? If you were anything like us, probably tuning in to the series premiere of "The O.C." That’s right, folks, it’s been exactly 10 years since the world was introduced to the Fox dramedy that quickly became the weekly small-screen obsession for a generation of TV lovers and pop-culture fanatics.
It also was the day that our crushes on Adam Brody and Ben McKenzie were formed. We still haven’t let those feelings go.
The show, created by Josh Schwartz (who later brought us exploits from the Upper East Side with "Gossip Girl"), premiered on August 5, 2003 and introduced us to the quirky characters that inhabited the fictionalized version of his Orange County, California. The show revolved around the Cohens (Sandy, Kirsten; their lovable, yet nerdy son Seth; their foster son, Chino, not to mention bad boy and pool house resident Ryan Atwood), their pals and frenemies, featuring the Coopers (including bad girl Marissa), as well as Seth’s dream girl, Summer, plus a whole slew of others (studly football players, MILFs, girl-next-door types, etc.).