Channing Tatum, Mr. Magic Mike himself, has a confession to make. He likes to eat a lot, and sometimes lets his famous, dollar-bill-worthy abs get flabby in between roles. So, he has an idea for his next project that would allow him to indulge in all the food he could ever want.
"I'm a fat kid on the inside. I love food so much, and I fluctuate about 25 [to] 30 pounds between movies. I feel like I have to do a chess movie that requires very little movement at some point, just so I can eat pizza and play chess on the beach all day. And then eat more pizza and cheeseburgers and drink beer. That'd be amazing," he tells Cosmopolitan.
"I'd give anything for that. I gotta figure that movie out."
Another hottie has entered the "Game of Thrones," and we couldn’t be more excited to see Ed Skrein spice up our Sunday nights. So, to celebrate, we’re naming him this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Ed, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: This 30-year-old Brit is a man of many talents and a reformed bad boy. Not only is he an accomplished athlete and actor, but he’s also a musician and rapper. He’s managed to make some waves on the music scene back in his native U.K., touring Europe, and working with other U.K. rappers like his pal, Plan B.
FROM SPLASH PAGE: He's been up for plenty of high-profile film roles, including baker's boy Peeta Mellark in "The Hunger Games" (not to mention our personal pick for Augustus Waters in "The Fault in Our Stars"), but everyone's favorite ghost boyfriend may have just landed the part that will make him a bona fide big deal in Hollywood.
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" director Bryan Singer announced today via Twitter that he's cast "American Horror Story" star Evan Peters as the character Quicksilver in his upcoming super hero flick! (Now how can we leverage that into a role for Taissa Farmiga, too?)
Read the full story over at Splash Page!
Oh, Boyd Holbrook. You are one guy who is easy on the eyes. And with the premiere of "Behind The Candelabra" slated for this weekend, you've been added to the list of things we’re going to be doing this long Memorial Day weekend. So, in honor of the flick’s premiere, we’re naming Boyd this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Boyd, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: Boyd is from Kentucky, and the 31-year-old got his start as a model, appearing in campaigns for such powerhouse fashion labels as Gucci, Jean Paul Gaultier, Versus, Marc Jacobs, Dior Homme and Viktor and Rolf. But he’s far from just a pretty face. Boyd has also studied at New York University and Columbia. He’s also a writer, photographer and sculptor. A man of many, many talents. James Franco might want to watch his back.
As we bid another drama-filled season of "The Vampire Diaries" goodbye, we figured now was as good a time as any to gaze at the dreamiest human in all of Mystic Falls, played by Zach Roerig. Considering nearly all the hotties are now supernatural, or dead (or in some cases both), good ol’ Zach is the only fella with a pulse. And, oh yeah, he also has those dreamy good looks. So, Zach, welcome to the order of Hump Day Hotties.
Check out this dreamy photo of Zach, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: Zach, 28, grew up in Ohio and decided early on to capitalize on his hotness. He attended the Barbizon School of Modeling in Cleveland. It paid off and he eventually got a modeling deal. But, for a time, he paid some dues working for his family’s gravestone company.
Break out the beer and puppies: Today is Robert Pattinson's 27th birthday. Happy birthday, you hottie, you!
Now, just because the sun has set on Rob's "Twilight"-related duties, that doesn't mean his 27th year isn't going to be jam-packed. In fact, as he breaks away from the film franchise that made him a star, it seems directors can't get their hands on him fast enough. (Or maybe that's just us? We kid! Maybe...) With that in mind, let's take a look at Rob's upcoming year in the cinema.
First up is "The Rover," which Rob filmed earlier this year in the Australian Outback. The Brit stars as Reynolds, a man who's desperately searching for his stolen car and the valuable object left inside, in this near-future thriller. A first-look image from the film (featuring Guy Pearce) hit the web back in March, with the film tentatively slated for a 2013 release.
And, well, that's where the certainty ends, because the actor has no shortage of projects in various stages of pre-production.
Like many of you, we here at MTV have a soft spot for "The Mortal Instruments" magic-doer Magnus Bane. (Perhaps it's because our names both start with the letter "M"?) And there are few things we love more than debuting EXCLUSIVE content featuring the glittered one, like first-look images and on-set interviews. So here we go again dishing up a hunky helping of the High Warlock of Brooklyn. Are you ready for it? (OF COURSE YOU ARE.)
Take a long, lusty look at this new character poster featuring Magnus, which boasts the tagline: "An instrument of chaos."
The August 23 release marks actor Godfrey Gao's American film debut, and he admitted to a few nerves during production when we visited him last year on the set.
He might be the King in the North right now, but Richard Madden clearly doesn't mind taking a step down the royal ladder; the "Game of Thrones" actor has just snagged his first big feature-film gig in Disney's live-action "Cinderella" as the charming Prince...um, Charming.
Richard will star opposite Lily James, who plays the titular character, in a role that offers quite the change from his current kingly responsibilities of trudging around in a filthy woolen cloak and battling the Lannister armies and lopping off the heads of the traitors in his own camp (but then feeling really bad about it afterward). In fact, Richard might not even have to wield a broadsword in this film at all; traditionally, Prince Charming's entire purpose in the Cinderella story is mostly to sit around being handsome and desirable and generally lusted after by all the kingdom's single ladies. But has his battlefield experience on "Game of Thrones" adequately prepared him for the far more arduous task of looking royally delicious for hours on end? I don't know, you guys. We'd better examine the evidence.
Jay Gatsby is pretty dishy as far as literary icons go. So it's no wonder "Great Gatsby" director Baz Luhrmann enlisted Leonardo DiCaprio to play him in the splashy big-screen adaptation. And we also have to give Baz props for casting Callan McAuliffe as a young Jay in the film. In honor of his role, we are naming Callan this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out Callan talking about his part, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: The 18-year-old grew up in a suburb outside of Sydney with his family. And while in school, he focused a lot on sports and acting. Now, he’s focused on thanking us here at Hollywood Crush for bestowing HDH status upon him.
"I’m so grateful. I’d like to thank who needs thanking. I don’t know who they are. Nonetheless, I’m very deeply honored, and I think this is probably the highlight of my career,” he told us at the movie’s premiere. "And it’s all going to be downhill from this point. So thanks for that."
Somehow, Callan, we doubt that.
You know who's really good at playing titular, tortured, lovestruck leading men in films directed by Baz Luhrmann? Leonardo DiCaprio, that's who. Back when he was a Teen Beat heartthrob, Leo killed us (and himself!) dead as the lusty Romeo Montague in Baz's "Romeo + Juliet"—and now, he's doing it again as Gatsby. So when we caught up with "The Great Gatsby" director on the red carpet at the film's premiere, we had to ask: Was there anything different about working with Leo this second time around?
Baz's answer: "He was a gifted boy then, and now he's a man."
(No kidding! ...Said every woman, ever.)