Saoirse Ronan is one hot extraterrestrial. The star of the upcoming supernatural romance "The Host," walked the carpet at Hollywood's ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome last night to premiere her latest project alongside cast mates Max Irons, Jake Abel and Diane Kruger, plus author/producer Stephenie Meyer.
The willowy actress looked more mature than her 18 years in a maroon-hued Lanvin shift dress, strappy black heels and pin-straight locks. Her male co-stars also cut fine forms in their respective suits and ties. (Did we mention how jealous we are that Saoirse gets to make out with both guys in the film?!)
It was a true first for a "Pretty Little Liars" finale: instead of a death, we witnessed not one but two resurrections...of sorts. Now, we had a hunch Red Coat might be a long-lost Rosewood resident, but the reveal was shocking, nonetheless.
The episode began with Spencer returning home from Radley, complete with tea party welcome from her family and the little liars. And it was all so educational: We learned the difference between English muffins and crumpets and that the Hastings were planning to throw Spencer a bona fide welcome back party after her stay at the institution for exhaustion. (How very Hollywood!)
The dystopia is nigh!
Actress Emma Roberts heralded the start of production today on the small-screen adaptation of Lauren Oliver's 2011 young-adult novel "Delirium." Set in an alternate reality where love is considered a disease, the series follows teen Lena Haloway (Emma) as she faces the surgery that will eradicate her ability to have all the feels.
The Fox pilot has cast a slew of familiar faces in pivotal roles, including Billy Campbell as Thomas Fineman, Gregg Sulkin as Julian Fineman, Daren Kagasoff as Alex Sheathes, Jeanine Mason as Hana Tate and Michael Michele as Senator Hargrove.
From jumping trains to battling cancer, Shailene Woodley is determined to be your YA everygirl. Months after landing the lead role of Beatrice "Tris" Prior in the big-screen adaptation of Veronica Roth's dystopian "Divergent," the 21-year-old actress has been offered the highly coveted part of Hazel Grace Lancaster in "The Fault in Our Stars," based on the beloved John Green novel, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Published in 2012, "The Fault in Our Stars" follows teen cancer patient Hazel as she falls in love with fellow support group kid Augustus Waters. The book was one of the most celebrated YA novels of of the year, even earning Time's honor of best fiction book of 2012.
Hollywood's hottest señoritas were in the house at L.A.'s El Rey Theatre last night to celebrate the release of Justin Timberlake's long-awaited new album 20/20 Experience.
Among the glittering guest list were "Twilight" co-stars Anna Kendrick and Nikki Reed, Victoria Justice, Jordin Sparks and Emmy Rossum.
"Watching the one and only @jtimberlake perform at the El Rey theater!Everyone watch out because I'm dancing like no one is here!" Nikki tweeted, along with a photo of the concert.
The Red Coat is coming! After teasing us for the better part of the season with the warning that "Red is the new black," tonight's "Pretty Little Liars"' finale, "A dAngerous gAMe," finds Spencer face to face with the mysterious figure. Though it's unclear whether we'll be privy to the scarlet-wearer's identity, there's no stopping us from rounding up a few likely suspects for the real identity of Red Coat.
Check out our theories after the jump and be sure to weigh in with your own in the comments!
Today is anything but a mundane Monday: It's "Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" starlet Lily Collins' birthday! Happy 24th, Lily!
Though the actress has been slaying Hollywood since her breakout in the 2009 drama "The Blind Side," we have a feeling this will be her biggest year yet, thanks largely to her role as Clary Fray in the highly anticipated big-screen adaptation of Cassandra Clare's novel.
Co-starring Jamie Campbell Bower and Jonathan Rhys Meyers, "City of Bones" follows Brooklyn teen Clary as she uncovers the secrets of her lineage among a race of half-human, half-angel demon destroyers known as Shadowhunters.
Sorry, Q-tip enthusiasts. Your favorite brand of cotton swabs did not make a repeat appearance in the season two finale of "Girls." But that's not to say the lasting effects of their interloping weren't on full (gaudy) display.
The episode opens with everyone in bed. Not the same bed, of course. Hannah (still pitifully wearing her hospital bracelet) sits under the covers with her laptop, attempting to work on the pages she owes her editor. But, instead, she falls into a Google rabbit hole, researching everything from ruptured ear drums to the age your body starts melting down. Then come the eights. Then a call from editor David.
From a cocaine bender to a Q-Tip blunder, it's been a dark and twisty season for Hannah Horvath and her "Girls" ... and boys. (I mean, we'll have that Adam-Natalia sex scene burned into our brains forever...)
While we have no idea how the season will conclude on Sunday night, we did speak with a man who has some insight: executive producer Judd Apatow.
"I'm very proud of the season finale," Judd said by phone earlier this week. "I co-wrote it with Lena [Dunham], and you know, the last three episodes are almost like a three-part mini-series. I think it has a beautiful ending, and I think people are really going to like it."
Even open-minded Hanna Marin might blush when she sees what real-life alter-ego Ashley Benson has been up to. Because the "Pretty Little Liars" starlet is getting down and dirty with not one but two paramours (at the same time!) in her latest film "Spring Breakers."
Yep, Ashley has an on-screen threesome with co-stars James Franco and Vanessa Hudgens, and in a backyard pool no less! So how did the actress feel watching the moment unfold for the first time?
"The first time I saw it was on a very small screen, so I didn't really get to see what it was when I got to see the film in Venice," she recalled. "And that was extremely nerve-racking because it wasn't just me, it was tons of people watching."