Among all the faux holidays on the calendar, National Cheeseburger Day has got to be the tops. I mean, a day dedicated to grilled goodness? Sign us up! "Glee" star Kevin McHale seemed equally happy about National Cheeseburger Day, taking to Twitter to enthuse.
We'd be happy to stop by the "Glee" set and gobble down a few cheeseburgers, Kevin. Just cal us on our cheeseburger phone.
We haven't seen even a second of "Pretty Little Liars" spin-off "Ravenswood," but already writer I. Marlene King is at work on the season finale. And, on this most auspicious of days: Friday the 13th!
The mysterious ABC Family series—which takes place in a town not far from Rosewood that's been haunted by a curse for generations—will premiere on October 22 following the "PLL" Halloween special. So mark your calendars!
If "The Fault in Our Stars" author John Green ever tires of writing novels (which we seriously hope never happens), he might want to think about pursuing a career as a movie hype man, because dude is all over the set of this adaptation. When not breaking casting news, the writer is snapping adorable pics, like this one of stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort.
All we have to say is, don't stop, John. Don't ever stop.
A slew of celebrities took to Twitter today to remember those lost in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Among those honoring New York City was native daughter Abigail Breslin.
We will never forget, indeed.
When "Pretty Little Liars" returns in 2014 (after an October Halloween episode, that is), it might look a little less colorful. The official Twitter account for the ABC Family series dropped an interesting detail today; namely, that an upcoming episode will be filmed in black-and-white!
Sounds very Hitchcockian, right? We can't wait to see how the episode—fittingly titled "Shadow Play"—looks.
So...does this mean Rachel nabbed the role of Fanny Brice in the "Funny Girl" musical she auditioned for at the end of "Glee"'s fourth season? We can't say for sure, but this snap from the New York City set of FOX's song-and-dance series certainly gives us hope!
The actress took to Twitter today to share the image of herself grinning on the Great White Way, and we're anxious to see what Manhattan shenanigans Rachel, Kurt and Santana get up to next season.
Will there ever be an announcement related to "The Fault in Our Stars" movie that doesn't immediately precipitate a frantic bout of high-pitched nonstop excited squealing? ...Um, maybe? BUT NOT TODAY. Thus, we are typing the following news whilst also going "EEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeEEE!": Thanks to a tweet from John Green, we've caught a glimpse of the pretty lady who (unbeknownst to anyone 'til now) is playing the role of Monica.
The actress in question is Emily Peachey, and the most notable entry on her short resume is probably a nameless bit in the 2011 Taylor Lautner-as-action-star flick "Abduction." So, clearly she's moving up in the world with her role as the devoted girlfriend of Isaac (played by Nat Wolff)!
If you've had any doubts about "The Vampire Diaries" spin-off, "The Originals," which premieres on October 3, star Joseph Morgan is here to reassure you. In fact, if he does say so himself, his new CW drama is pretty fantastic:
Though we're sad to see the Mikaelsons leave Mystic Falls, we can't wait to see what sort of trouble they brew up down south in New Orleans.
Here's wishing the most spellbinding of days to "Vampire Diaries" star Kat Graham, who turns 24 today. Happy birthday, Kat!
The actress received plenty of well wishes via Twitter today, including one from co-star Paul Wesley. (What a guy, huh!?!)
Production on the big-screen adaptation of John Green's "The Fault in Our Stars" may have begun a little more than a week ago, but Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort's co-star Nat Wolff is just now stepping in front of the camera. The actor took to Twitter today to share a first-day selfie.
Nat, who originally auditioned for the role of Augustus Waters, is playing Isaac, Gus' buddy and fellow Cancer Kid Support Group member. (He's most likely wearing shades in the snap because his character lost an eye to cancer at a young age.)