Sorry, "Girls" fans, Adam Driver is a married man! The actor married his longtime girlfriend, Joanne Tucker, over the weekend.
According to Us Weekly, the nuptials took place over the weekend, and Driver's TV girlfriend, Lena Dunham, was on-hand along with her real-life boyfriend Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff. The report notes it was a destination wedding, but didn't specify where the longtime couple said "I do."
"They are very sweet together," an insider said about the couple. "They've been dating forever, years, and live together; [they're] very comfortable and in love. She was with him before the 'Girls' fame."
The source added that "They both love theater and the arts. She respects him so much...Everyone on the show is very happy for them."
Veronica Mars will be getting a little more help from her friends. The "Veronica Mars" flick just kicked off production and has nabbed yet another vet from the series to appear in the big-screen adaptation of the cult-loved series. That’s right, everyone, Max Greenfield will reprise his role for the movie.
The "New Girl" star, who has won fans over recently with his kooky role of Schmidt on the Fox sitcom, confirmed he will once again play Deputy Leo in the movie. "I will be there -- so will Deputy Leo,” he said in a Google Hangout on Tuesday (via The Hollywood Reporter).
Sean Faris can frisk us anytime. The actor joins "Pretty Little Liars" this season playing a cop, who is pretty nice to look at but probably will stir up more trouble for the liars. But, hey, those four seem to love trouble, especially when it's wrapped up in such a nice package, And by the way, Sean, please take our advice and steer clear of A. We hear she has a thing for Hump Day Hotties.
Check out this dreamy photo of Sean, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: This dreamboat grew up in Texas and Ohio, where he got an early start modeling. The 31-year-old eventually took those good looks to Los Angeles where he pursued an acting career.
It seems that you're not the only one who is a Channing Tatum fan girl. On Tuesday night, the beefy actor dropped the video for "I Want To Channing All Over Your Tatum" during "Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night." And, in addition to appearances from the dreamboat and Kimmel, an array of A-listers including Jamie Foxx, Miley Cyrus, Tatum's "Magic Mike" co-star Olivia Munn and Gabourey Sidibe also drop by the funny clip.
Foxx and Tatum (co-stars in "White House Down" out on June 28) get their suave on in the video, where they rap/sing about Channing on your Tatum, whatever that means. Though we have a pretty good idea it might be something NSFW. One of the key clues include, "She likes to sing into my mic/ Because my mic is magic." Boom! Did it!
Soon you’ll be calling actor Nick Zano just plain ol' "Nicky." The "Happy Endings"/"2 Broke Girls"/"90210" star is teaming up with his real-life pal and "10 Years" co-star Channing Tatum for his eponymous sitcom.
According to Deadline, "Nicky" will be based on Nick's own real-life experiences of growing up in the Garden State around the seven women, of many generations, in his family who helped make Nick—er, we mean Nicky—the guy he is today.
The series will follow the 30-year-old character as he plans to finally leave the nest...but is wrangled into staying longer than expected to help raise his little sister.
With "The Bling Ring" opening today (in limited release), it’s kind of crazy to believe that Sofia Coppola's feature directorial debut, "The Virgin Suicides," is nearly 15 years old. Released in 1999, the flick is somehow drenched in both hyper-realized sunshine and the gloom of being a teenage girl.
Sure, it was 2003’s "Lost in Translation" that catapulted the director’s career to the next level, but there’s something about "The Virgin Suicides" (based off of Jeffrey Eugenides' 1993 novel of the same name) that defines Coppola’s oeuvre.
The film, first off, is beautiful to look at, as her projects tend to be. It’s got a hazy vibe to it that perfectly complements the madness of what drives the plot, about five blond sisters who feel so trapped by their overprotective parents and the despair of suburban life that they all kill themselves. The film never glamorizes their actions, but instead it puts it (and our reactions to it) under a microscope, handling such traumatic events with great delicacy.
"Veronica Mars" fans have some casting news to celebrate. According to the show’s creator, Rob Thomas, a bunch of familiar faces have just signed on to the project, set to begin production next week.
Per an email (via E! News) sent out to the folks who donated to the Kickstarter campaign, Tina Majorino will be back to play Mac once again.
"I really wanted Tina in 'Veronica Mars.' To say I wrote Mac with Tina in mind would be an understatement. I wrote Mac for Tina, and Tina only,” Rob said in the email. "Veronica needed a female friend, and a Q to her Bond. Tina felt like just the sort of girl that Veronica would like and respect. I couldn't be more pleased that she'll be with us for the movie."
Disney's live-action spin on "Cinderella" is shaping up to be quite the "Downton Abbey" reunion. Sophie McShera, who plays oh-so-sweet kitchen maid Daisy on the soapy PBS drama, is in talks to join the movie as one of Cinderella’s stepsisters.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sophie could potentially join "Downton Abbey" co-star Lily James, who has been cast as the titular princess, in the Kenneth Branagh-directed movie.
"The Borgias" actress Holliday Grainger has been cast as Cinderella’s other wicked stepsister. And, considering how sweet Daisy is on “Downton Abbey,” seeing Sophie flex her bad-girl muscles in this latest spin on the classic fairy tale could prove quite exciting for fans of the period drama.
Keegan Allen has kept our attention for the last three seasons of "Pretty Little Liars," and it’s no wonder considering he’s often shirtless and often surrounded by lots of mystery. With the new season of the ABC Family series adding some intrigue to our summer, now seems like the perfect time to pay homage to just how hot Keegan helps keep Rosewood (and our DVRs). He’s this week’s Hump Day Hottie!
Check out this dreamy photo of Keegan, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: This SoCal cutie, 23, grew up around artists (his mom is a painter and his dad was an actor). And he got his start in Hollywood at an early age, with that road eventually and thankfully leading to the soapy series.
Never was a story of more woe told than this of Juliet and her Romeo...and it's about to get told (again) this fall. The latest big-screen take on the Shakespearean tale has been set for a September 6 release date, Variety reports.
The Hailee Steinfeld and Douglas Booth-starring film, directed by Carlo Carlei, will hit theaters just in time for American high school students to kick off their English lit classes in earnest, and will get a limited release through Relativity Media.
No word yet on when the film will be released nationwide, but we are certainly excited to see what “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes has in store for the star-crossed lovers (he penned the script). Fellowes has handled many doomed romances on his British TV series, so we know he’ll once again bring it to this flick.