The season premiere of "Glee" is just two weeks away, and Gleeks are getting an eye-popping first look at the Beatles-themed premiere thanks to a new set of stills.

And if you were wondering just how colorful the Beatles episodes (the first two of the season) would be, well, wonder no more. The premiere, "Love Love Love," will be a rainbow of bright costumes, marching bands and carnival attractions. As for the episode's plot, it seems Klaine will finally (maybe) make a decision about their future, while Rachel's ambitions will take an unlikely turn.

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The CW has released a slew of new images from the season-five premiere of "The Vampire Diaries"—appropriately titled "I Know What You Did Last Summer" (shout-out to Kevin Williamson!)—capturing Elena and Caroline's first days as college co-eds.

"They're really committed to enjoying life and enjoying college and being college freshmen. It's a good plan—too bad it's not going to work," executive producer Julie Plec told Hollywood Crush regarding the girls' matriculation. "Of course things will go instantly, terribly wrong, because that's what always happens, but they remain committed to trying to have a true college experience and it bonds them in a really good way."

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Ah, the English countryside. Rolling hills, charming cottages, cute British boys with even cuter British accents...all in all, not the worst place for an American girl to spend a much-needed summer vacation! Oh, but there's a catch: Just when you've finally gotten used to Marmite and the metric system, and just when it looks like something might finally happen between you and the delectable hottie who lives just down the country lane, your holiday abroad turns become an ill-conceived exile in a strange, hostile land that's quickly devolving into chaos.

No, this isn't just a bizarre scenario we came up with in order to entertain ourselves on a dull Friday morning; it's the fascinating premise of the upcoming movie "How I Live Now"—based on the 2004 YA novel by Meg Rosoff—which features Saoirse Ronan as an American teenager, Daisy, whose summer stay in a remote English village unhappily coincides with the sudden onset of a third world war.

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Robert PattinsonOh, 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.

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In case you missed the memo, Selena Gomez has officially completed her 2013 transformation: from a teeny-tiny Wizard of Waverly Place into a full-grown lady who likes high fashion, fast cars and things that go BOOM! on the big screen. Want some proof? Just feast your eyes on her appearance from last night's premiere of "Getaway," where she strode in on mile-high heels and stole the show—which, considering that it's a heist movie, is quite the accomplishment.

Gentlemen, start your engines! Selena lived right up to her new status as a young style icon with her look last night: a dress with a pretty lace panel slung across its plunging V-neckline, and a tulip skirt that offered a peek of purple at the hem. A matching plummy manicure and some serious ear-baubles completed her look, which, let's be honest, is just one more style success in a series of hits. She's been nailing her red-carpet looks like a boss ever since the "Spring Breakers" buzz put her in the spotlight early this year. We can't wait to see what she wears next!

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Vampire AcademyWith the "Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters" teaser trailer debut just hours away, the Weinstein Company is whetting our appetite for all things St. Vlad's with a handful of first look images that debuted this morning at USA Today.

All three feature "Beautiful Creatures" actress Zoey Deutch as Rose Hathaway, the badass bodyguard-in-training at the heart of Richelle Mead's best-selling book series. The story follows Rose as she returns to school after having run away with her best friend, Moroi princess Lissa (Lucy). But the dangers that sent them fleeing in the first place seem to have returned, and Rose must protect Lissa from a mysterious foe who wants her gone. Of course, in between all that mortal peril, there may just be a few cute boys waiting in the wings to complicate things. (A certain Russian mentor comes to mind...)

When we talked to Zoey earlier this year before shooting began on "Vampire Academy" in London, she explained a bit about the tone screenwriter Daniel Waters and director Mark Waters were aiming for.

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Sexy Shadowhunters (and marvelous mundanes, too) were out, about and dressed to the nines at last night's big L.A. premiere of "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones"—and we've got the pics to prove it. Just fix your peepers on these photos of the cast on the arrivals carpet, and try not to faint over how good they all look.

These premieres are usually a style showcase for the ladies in attendance, but this time around, it was the men of "The Mortal Instruments" who turned up looking eye-catchingly fashionable. Case in point: Jamie Campbell Bower, who sported a cobalt three-piece suit and looked beeeeauuuutiful in blue. Also earning kudos for stylish menswear: Kevin Zegers, who upped the ante on a slim black suit with some white piping on his jacket lapels; Godfrey Gao, who donned a sleek black tux that would've no doubt earned the approval of Magnus Bane himself; and Robert Sheehan, who was unignorable in what looked like the world's most formal paisley pajamas.

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Let it never be said that kids these days have no taste for excellence in entertainment: The teens have chosen, and chosen wisely! Last night marked the surfboard-distributing excitement of the Teen Choice Awards, with honors going to all the actors, musicians, shows and movies deemed worthy by a mass survey of teenage tastemakers. From "Pitch Perfect" to "Perks of Being a Wallflower," many of our favorites from 2012 got a nod at last night's awards—and from Rebel Wilson in a wetsuit to One Direction in an artfully styled lineup, the arrivals carpet was one major party.

Among those who went home with trophy surfboards last night: Logan Lerman, whose swoon-worthy turn in "Perks" was deemed the best dramatic performance by those in charge, and Rebel Wilson, whose appeal as Fat Amy in "Pitch Perfect" cannot be denied by anyone, of any age, ever. Also: Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder, perennial favorites for "Vampire Diaries," took the Choice acting awards for TV Fantasy/Sci-Fi yet again; and Selena Gomez, who was nominated in half a dozen categories, went home with a pile of surfboards after winning Choice Female Hottie, Breakup Song and Summer Music Star.

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If we had to guess the theme for Dior Homme's new campaign featuring "Twilight" star Robert Pattinson, we'd go with something along the lines of Flirting With Architecture While Looking Pensive In Expensive Outerwear.

The fragrance brand has released yet another photo tease (via its Twitter account) of the 27-year-old, and yet again, he's atop an edifice looking deep in thought. (Not to mention, looking deep in dreaminess.)

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With a name like the Young Hollywood Awards, you know that this red carpet was bound to be a veritable buffet of hot celebrity prospects—particularly in the sense that we couldn't possibly pick just one favorite item from all the delicious options available. Just about everyone who's anyone in the newest new class of celebs came out last night to celebrate Young Hollywood, where prizes were handed out in categories like Breakthrough Performance and Superstar of Tomorrow to some of this year's freshest stars.

There were a whole lot of looks to love on last night's arrivals carpet, but we've gotta give our biggest props to the ladies in florals: Holland Roden, who wore a long-sleeved, black flower-print jumpsuit that made for a hot contrast with her fiery auburn locks; and Crystal Reed, who went prima-ballerina pretty in a classic Audrey Hepburn-esque number with a big, full skirt. And though it was bugs, not blooms, that adorned her strapless dress, AnnaSophia Robb can have an honorable mention for her always-impeccable style.

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