FROM MTV NEWS: It's Miley! The documentary, that is. The Bangerz singer will take fans behind the scenes on October 2, when MTV premieres "Miley: The Movement."
"I want all my fans to come with me; to the studio, on the road, at performances," Miley told MTV. "There's going to be a lot of ups and downs, and it's going to be completely insane. You've gotta be a part of the movement with me."
Get all the details about "Miley: The Movement" at MTV News!
So...does this mean Rachel nabbed the role of Fanny Brice in the "Funny Girl" musical she auditioned for at the end of "Glee"'s fourth season? We can't say for sure, but this snap from the New York City set of FOX's song-and-dance series certainly gives us hope!
The actress took to Twitter today to share the image of herself grinning on the Great White Way, and we're anxious to see what Manhattan shenanigans Rachel, Kurt and Santana get up to next season.
If you've had any doubts about "The Vampire Diaries" spin-off, "The Originals," which premieres on October 3, star Joseph Morgan is here to reassure you. In fact, if he does say so himself, his new CW drama is pretty fantastic:
Though we're sad to see the Mikaelsons leave Mystic Falls, we can't wait to see what sort of trouble they brew up down south in New Orleans.
FROM MTV NEWS: Between shooting a fragrance campaign for Dior Homme and getting bootylicious at Beyonce concerts, Robert Pattinson has somehow found time to secure yet another film role.
The latest (via The Hollywood Reporter): Robert will play magazine photographer Dennis Stock in the upcoming film "Life." He stars alongside Dane DeHaan as James Dean.
Be sure to get all the details at MTV News!
Here's wishing the most spellbinding of days to "Vampire Diaries" star Kat Graham, who turns 24 today. Happy birthday, Kat!
The actress received plenty of well wishes via Twitter today, including one from co-star Paul Wesley. (What a guy, huh!?!)
FROM MTV NEWS: Taylor Lautner couldn't have been more in his element while filming the parkour drama "Tracers." After all, in addition to flexing his acting muscles, the star also got to utilize his athletic abilities in the action-heavy flick.
MTV News recently visited the New York-based set, where Taylor gave us the inside scoop on his difficult moves and the many tattoos he sports in the film.
Click over to MTV News to watch the full "Tracers" set visit!
Hey, Hollywood Crush! I'm Rae Carson, author of the "Girl of Fire and Thorns" series. The final book in the series, "The Bitter Kingdom" is out now, and I hope readers like it! But even if you’re new to my work all you need to know is that I write about young women who must do brave things—preferably with magic or spaceships.
Because I'm often asked about the influences for what makes a great fantasy female character, I wanted to share some fabulous fictional females who have inspired me. So in no particular order...
1. Arya Stark from "Game of Thrones"
Don't cross this pint-sized spitfire, lest she stick you with "the pointy end" of her equally pint-sized sword, Needle. This girl is determined to survive, fiercely loyal to her friends and clever as a fox. She can outrun, outfight or outsmart her enemies—and look totally adorable doing it.
Production on the big-screen adaptation of John Green's "The Fault in Our Stars" may have begun a little more than a week ago, but Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort's co-star Nat Wolff is just now stepping in front of the camera. The actor took to Twitter today to share a first-day selfie.
Nat, who originally auditioned for the role of Augustus Waters, is playing Isaac, Gus' buddy and fellow Cancer Kid Support Group member. (He's most likely wearing shades in the snap because his character lost an eye to cancer at a young age.)
Well, well, well. It looks like "Sam & Cat" star Jennette McCurdy has outed herself as a One Directioner. Welcome to the club, Jennette!
The Nick star took to Twitter today to share her love for the boyband, whose 3-D documentary, "This Is Us," is currently in theaters. But we probably didn't need to tell you that, did we, Jennette?