This one goes out to all the "Beautiful" people: Today marks the publication and audiobook release for Christina Lauren's latest "Beautiful Bastard" novel, "Beautiful Player," and we not only have an EXCLUSIVE excerpt for your aural pleasure, but also an interview with the authors and narrator Grace Grant!
In "Beautiful Player" we meet Hanna Bergstrom, a New York transplant who moves to the city to pursue graduate studies. But the education she really needs is in fostering a healthy social life. Her older brother tasks his long-time bud (and seasoned womanizer) Will Sumner with the honors. Will's known Hanna (otherwise known as "Ziggy") since she was a kid, but things are different when they reunite all these years later. And by "different" we mean "sexy."
If you squint hard enough, you can just make it out there in the distance: the city limits sign for Ravenswood, Pennsylvania, where Caleb Rivers will begin unraveling a mystery that will pull him away from his life (and love) in Rosewood.
The much-hyped "Pretty Little Liars" spin-off, "Ravenswood," debuts tomorrow on ABC Family, and ahead of episode No. 1, we hopped on the phone with actress Britne Oldford, whose character Remy is among the first to welcome Caleb to the ooky spooky town. Keep reading for all the details on Remy's rocky relations, steamy love life and whether we'll ever see vampires walking the streets of Ravenswood.
It's a big week for Demi Lovato. Not only will she make her debut on FOX's song-and-dance series "Glee" tonight, but during yesterday's appearance on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno," she debuted a new blue 'do—which may or may not be tied to her upcoming Neon Lights tour.
The songstress tweeted, "LIKE NEON HAAAIIIIIRRRRR!!!!" along with a selfie of her dye job. (The 21-year-old had previously been rocking blond locks.)
Demi's never been one to shy away from changing her look, telling MTV News this spring, "It's, like, my only form of rebellion. I don't drink. I don't do drugs. I don't party, so I'm like, 'Tattoos and hair color!'"
We're just one sleep away from the big season-five premiere of "The Vampire Diaries," and, well, it'll be a miracle if we get any shut-eye because we're just that excited. After all, there are big changes in store for our favorite Mystic Falls residents—or should we say, former residents? Elena and Caroline are kissing their town good-bye to give higher learning a go at Whitmore College, while those dastardly Originals are heading down to the Big Easy to reclaim their throne in New Orleans. (Better hire someone to update that population sign, council.)
Given all of this upheaval, what exactly, then, can we expect from the premiere episode? We posed that question to stars Kat Graham and Candice Accola recently, and they offered up a few interesting tidbits. We won't spoil the video above, but suffice it to say refrigerators, bangs and shirtless boys are involved. Just watch.
Somewhere in Austin, Texas, former pastor/DJ/current event-planning major Casey is crying into his brisket and baked beans. Because as we saw on last night's "Mindy Project" episode "Music Festival," the affianced couple just couldn't make it work.
But if we've learned anything from multiple guest appearances by Bill Hader and Mark Duplass, Dr. Lahiri's one-time loves are skilled at finding ways back into her life. So could we see Casey again?
"You know, Pastor Casey is finding himself," actor Anders Holm told MTV News while we visited the set of his other series "Workaholics." "I think there's a chance he might drift back into Mindy's life sometime in the future, but right now the guy is all over the place. He's a mess. You know, he's getting fatter. I don't know if you've noticed that. The guy is a wreck."
While Hollywood was busy having babies this past weekend, it appears "Twilight" actor Jackson Rathbone spent his time tying the knot.
Us Weekly reports that Jackson wed his burlesque-dancer girlfriend, Sheila Hafsadi, in a ceremony in Malibu.
"It was a small wedding," a source told the magazine. "Just close friends and family only."
The couple began dating after meeting on a 100 Monkeys tour stop, and they have a son, Monroe Jackson Rathbone VI, who was born in July 2012.
So it wasn't just us who noticed how utterly stylish actress Lily Collins is! Cosmetic company Lancome announced today that the 24-year-old will be their newest face, joining the ranks of "Mirror Mirror" co-star Julia Roberts, Penelope Cruz and Emma Watson as a brand representative.
"It's an absolute honor and privilege to have been chosen to represent the Maison Lancome," the "Mortal Instruments" star said in a statement. "I have always admired the brand's unique and distinctive appreciation for inner beauty and grace, elegance and utter radiance. I feel incredibly lucky to be included among the most inspirational women ambassadresses for one of the most prestigious brands in the world. It's truly a dream come true."
Whether you yearn to be one-degree of poly-cotton blend from Robert Pattinson's heaving bosom or simply believe in the power of higher education, "Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke may have something you'll be interested in. The auteur is hoping to raise $10,000 to benefit University of California students, and as an incentive to donate, she's offering the chance to win the very V-neck Bella (Kristen Stewart) wore during her first kiss with Edward.
All you have to do is gift $25 to her Promise for Education page, and you'll be entered for a chance to own a piece of movie history. Whether you keep it hermetically sealed in a subterranean vault or wear it to bed every night while clutching your Edward Cullen body pillow is completely up to you.
It's getting hot in here—and it's not because of that five-alarm bean burrito you definitely shouldn't have had for lunch. (Though it would probably benefit all of us if you cracked a window.) No, the source of all that heat is the final poster for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" released today by Lionsgate.
The latest one-sheet is rather reminiscent of "The Hunger Games"' final poster, with Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) aiming her bow and arrow at some unseen foe. Except this one has major swag in the form of scarlet flames everywhere. EVERYWHERE. (And on a style sidenote, I really like Katniss' hair down like that.)
If the first set of stills from the upcoming "Pretty Little Liars" spin-off "Ravenswood" are any indication, Caleb will spend plenty of time haunting the dead when the series debuts on October 22 on ABC Family.
To wit, here he is with ally Miranda (played by Nicole Gale Anderson), investigating a headstone in the cemetery. (We're guessing it's the same marker that bares Caleb's old-timey likeness, featured in the trailer released earlier this week.)