Whether Monday's "Fifty Shades of Grey" casting news left you squealing in delight or seeing a shade in keeping with Christian Grey's Red Room of Pain, actors Charlie Hunnam and Dakota Johnson are here to stay as the bad-boy billionaire and his paramour Anastasia Steele (so you can kindly put away your petitions, okay?). And amid all this furor, an important detail has been overlooked: Director Sam Taylor-Johnson has yet to cast the film's other hot young couple, Kate Kavanaugh and Elliot Grey.
Fans of E.L. James' best-selling series will surely recognize these names. Kate is Ana's best friend and roommate—a budding journalist who comes down with the flu the day of her big interview with Christian Grey. She sends Ana in her place, and the rest is, well, you know. Elliot, on the other hand, is Christian's easy-going adoptive brother, who embarks on a relationship with the feisty Kate after meeting her at a bar.
New Directions are poised to prove that all you need is love when they returns for the fifth-season premiere of "Glee" on September 26, busting out the Beatles' songbook for the first two episodes. And if you don't somehow get your fill of the Fab Four on Fox's song-and-dance series, you can always download the accompanying album, Glee Sings The Beatles, when it drops September 24.
Today, Columbia Records announced the tracklisting for the release, in addition to some details about its accompanying episodes.
The premiere, "Love, Love, Love," finds the glee club tasked with paying homage to the Brit band, while Klaine makes a decision about their future, and Rachel's New York ambitions "take an unexpected turn." The second episode, "Tina in the Sky With Diamonds," centers around Tina's quest for the prom queen title, and finds Rachel and Santana working in a Broadway diner for extra dough. (Literally singing for their supper?!)
Click past the jump for the full Glee Sings The Beatles tracklisting!
Costume designer Trish Summerville is once again teaming up with a top-notch retailer to bring film fashion to your closet. Much like "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"-inspired line she launched with H&M in 2011, Trish is collaborating with Net-A-Porter for "The Hunger Games" collection Capitol Couture, according to film studio Lionsgate.
"I am extremely proud of the designs that we created for ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ and there’s no partner more appropriate for ‘Capitol Couture’ than the world’s most cutting-edge luxury retailer," Trish said in a statement.
The collection, which will go on sale in November ahead of "Catching Fire"'s theatrical debut, will feature 16 ready-to-wear pieces, in addition to jewelry and leather goods designed by Trish.
Blame "The Bling Ring," but Emma Watson's abs aren't exactly a revelation to us. However, even we must admit that we've never seen the actress flaunt quite so much flesh on a red carpet before.
Emma attended the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London Tuesday evening, where she showed off her toned mid-section in an ivory crop top and black trousers, both from Balenciaga.
It's a sexy look, to be sure—accented by pulled-back hair and rosy makeup—but not one we're entirely in love with. The effect of the black-and-white color scheme and wide bolero sleeves call to mind a flying nun more than a sleek sophisticate. (Albeit, a flying nun who owns 27 "Abs of Steel" workout tapes...)
But what do you think, Crushers? Vote in our poll after the jump!
At least we'll have GIFs of naked Alexander Skarsgård to keep us warm (and titillated) at night!
HBO announced today that its fangtastic series "True Blood" will end after the upcoming seventh season.
"From the moment I read Charlaine’s books, I thought there was potential for something really special," creator Alan Ball said in a statement. "Then our amazing writers, cast and crew brought her world to life in a way that exceeded my wildest expectations. I’m deeply grateful to HBO for being true partners and collaborators, and, of course, to the viewers who chose to spend Sunday nights in Bon Temps with us."
The teasing is finally over! (Or, has it just begun?!) After months and months and months of sneak peek images from Dior Homme's ad campaign featuring "Twilight" star Robert Pattinson, the fashion house has finally released an "Uncensored Official Director's Cut." And you'll definitely want to check out the clip if any of the following pique your interest:
-Robert Pattinson looking hot while smoking a cigarette in a bathtub.
-Robert Pattinson looking hot while making out with a model in an elevator.
-Robert Pattinson looking hot while making out with a model in a bed.
-Robert Pattinson looking hot while driving a car through the surf.
-Robert Pattinson looking hot.
Fans got their first taste of the big-screen adaptation of Richelle Mead's "Vampire Academy" earlier this month with the bloody fabulous debut of a teaser trailer. (SHIRTLESS DIMITRI WHAT!!!!!!!) But with a big-screen bow more than six months away, we're already bloodlusting for more.
Sooooooo... we hopped on the phone with screenwriter Daniel Waters (probably best known for penning 1988's "Heathers") to get all the dirty details about the Zoey Deutch-starring film, including what's changed from the book and how "Vampire Academy" will be different than other teen flicks.
Enter Coldtown...if you dare.
Holly Black's latest novel, "The Coldest Girl in Coldtown," imagines a world in which vampire attacks are an everyday occurrence, despite quarantine zones (i.e. Coldtowns) where the infected live out their days in what could best be described as a televised orgy of blood and booze. Enter 17-year-old Tana, who after a crazy night of partying, wakes up to find all her friends murdered—save for mysterious vampire Gavriel and her newly infected ex-boyfriend Aidan. She decides it's her duty to take them to the nearest Coldtown—but once she gets in, will she be able to get out?
With "The Coldest Girl in Coldtown" out in a matter of days, Hollywood Crush rang up Holly to chat about this latest entry into the vampire canon ("Twilight" it's not!), her favorite reality show (we're partial to it, too) and whether Tana could take a trip to the silver screen.
Oh, those maddening minxes at Dior! The fashion house continues to tease us with images from "Twilight" star Robert Pattinson's upcoming campaign, and we're positively slobbering over this latest batch!
The black-and-white snaps (which you can find at the Dior Homme website), feature the heartthrob alongside a lucky lady model in various swoony scenarios—snuggling in bed, romping on the beach, canoodling in an elevator—all teasing the September 1 release of the ad.
With school back in session, it's no surprise TV's teachers are quickly being cast into the classroom.
The latest (via Entertainment Weekly): Rick Cosnett, who will join "The Vampire Diaries" as Dr. Wes Maxfield, a biology professor at Whitmore College. He will make "fast enemies" with new students Elena and Caroline, and they, in turn, will begin to suspect he's hiding something. (But, really, what character on "The Vampire Diaries" isn't hiding something?)
Rick's casting is just the latest bit of news pertaining to the BFF's entry into higher education. Earlier this summer, we talked to "TVD" executive producer Julie Plec, who spilled a few details about the upcoming semester, er, season.