We already know that Niall Horan is likely to show up shirtless in the One Direction 3-D flick, "This Is Us," and now it seems like he’ll be missing something else at the film's premiere in August.
On Wednesday, the towheaded heartthrob confirmed that his braces are finally off! He even treated fans to some before and after pics of the dental work.
In the hours leading up to the reveal of his straight chompers, the 19-year-old expressed hope that he would soon be braces-less. He wrote (with very enthusiastic punctuation), “Morning. ! This is it ! I'm goin to the dentist! I think this is my last hour with braces! Oh how I'm gona miss them ! Naaaaaaat !”
Hilary Duff has just booked herself a high-profile gig on the small screen this May. The new mama and former "Lizzie McGuire" star will play Ashton Kutcher’s love interest on the season finale of "Two and a Half Men."
Hilary is set to play Stacey, TVLine reports. And while Ashton’s Walden has a thing for Stacey, he also happens to fall for her grandma in the process. TV sitcom legend Marilu Henner will play her grandma on the May 9 episode.
Some additional details about the role come straight from Hil herself, who tweeted, “So excited to be joining the cast of @TwoHalfMen_CBS this week! I get to play a crazy drunk girl, funnnn!!!” Now there’s a side of Hilary we’re excited to see.
Winter is coming and so is Thomas Brodie-Sangster to the world of "Game of Thrones." And, let us be the first to say, boy were we surprised to see how grown up the adorable kid from "Love Actually" has become. In honor of that, we’re dubbing him this week’s Hump Day Hottie. "GoT" co-star Kit Harington can offer him some advice, should he need it.
Check out this dreamy photo of Thomas, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: Thomas grew up in London with his family. And, here’s an interesting factoid about the 22-year-old thespian: He’s also distantly related to the one and only (and one-time “Love Actually” co-star) Hugh Grant. They are second cousins once removed. Now, there’s a family reunion we’d love an invite to.
Max Irons is not only the star of this week’s highly anticipated sci-fi romance "The Host,” but he is also full of high-profile acting DNA and really easy on the eyes, to boot. Did we forget to mention he's English too? If those aren’t enough reasons to name him this week’s Hump Day Hottie then we don’t know what to tell you.
Check out this dreamy photo of Max, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: Max is a man of breeding. The 27-year-old Londoner grew up around some of the best in the biz, including his actress mom Sinead Cusack and his superstar actor dad Jeremy Irons. He attended the Dragon School in Oxford and later graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
It might come as no surprise to find out that Nico Tortorella has us tuning into “The Following” week after week. As you know, we here at Hollywood Crush love gawking at good looking dudes. Nico, as you can see, is very, very, very easy on the eyes (one reason we named him our Hump Day Hottie back in 2011).
OK, we’ll level with you here. There are lots of reasons why we’re really into the Fox thriller about a killer cult—with a Poe fascination—who take their orders from lit professor/serial killer Joe Carroll. Nico just happens to be at the top the list.
Yes, the story is compelling and the twists always surprise us, but seeing Nico play a naive cult follower torn between his best mate (and sometimes gay lover) and his girlfriend (with that pixie cut we kinda wish she’d grow out), is rather fascinating.
Things have been quiet on the "Fifty Shades of Grey" front. We know something is happening with that movie, but we have no idea what. But now comes word that "Arrow" star and all-around-dream-man Stephen Amell (and his perfect abs and baby blues) could tackle the role of Christian Grey. Our pulses are racing!
"I get questions about Christian Grey all the time," Stephen shared on Facebook. "That project is a long way off. I know this, because I had a meeting about it. Long way off. I mean, not that long, but not close. I wouldn't call it long, but I wouldn't call it close."
He used to be in the Naked Brothers Band, but these days Nat Wolff is all grown up. And with age, comes more adult projects. This week he joins Tina Fey and Paul Rudd in their new comedy "Admission." While those two are crushing on each other in the movie, we are crushing on Nat as this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Nat, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: The 18-year-old has show biz in his DNA. His mom is "thirtysomething" actress Polly Draper and his dad is jazz musician Michael Wolff. He grew up in L.A. and knew early on he wanted to be an actor. You see, kids, sometimes dreams do come true.
On April 16, "Awkward" will be back—and junior year is going to prove to be just as uncomfortable as ever for Jenna Hamilton and her pals.
Season three of the hit MTV series finds Matty and Jenna together, but of course Jake is always there. And, that relationship proves to have its lingering effects, especially during a game of charades.
And when Jenna’s not in the middle of that Matty-Jake love triangle, there’s a new guy. Welcome Nolan Gerard Funk’s Colin to the mix. And he’s the kind of guy who makes the sorts of Jane Austen references that leave girls a little bit weak in the knees.
Nick Jonas is ready for his close-up, again. The 20-year-old has announced (and Hyde Park/Troika Pictures has confirmed) that he will join Isabel Lucas in the new thriller "Careful What You Wish For."
The actor/singer, who is currently on tour with the Jonas Brothers and prepping for a 2013 album release with the group, shared the movie news on Monday, tweeting, "Excited to announce that I'm joining cast of the movie, Careful What You Wish For."
And, it sounds to us that Nick is ready to grow up in a big way in the flick. The film revolves around Doug (played by Nick) Lena (played by Isabel) who start up an affair. But, it turns deadly. After her investment banker hubby turns up dead, everyone ends up being a suspect. Um, not our Nick! We hope! The film will begin shooting this April in North Carolina with Elizabeth Allen (“Aquamarine,” “The Vampire Diaries,” “Life Unexpected”) directing.
While "The Vampire Diaries" writers have never treated anyone like they were sacred, we were pretty shocked when Elena's brother, Jeremy, was killed off last month. It was a pretty gutsy move for the show to make—considering he was the only person really keeping the vamp from showing her fangs.
When MTV News' Tami Katzoff spoke to writer/producer Jose Molina about the earth-shattering decision to off Jeremy, he explained why little Gilbert was the character that just had to go, leaving us with Steven McQueen withdrawals.
"You never kill off a main character without giving it a lot of thought, but one of the things I always loved about 'TVD' as a fan was how fearless it was. When I joined the show this season, I wanted to keep the stakes as high as ever, and it felt like Jeremy's death would have the most impact," he explained. "Not that it was remotely a unilateral decision on my part —it was one that Julie and the writing staff made together—but I personally felt like it was a good move, and I'm very happy that I got to pull the proverbial trigger!"