Iain De Caestecker has one crazy name and one hot face to look at. His new show, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” already has fans buzzing, and Iain has our hearts racing. We’re naming him this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Iain, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: The 26-year-old actor grew up in Glasgow, Scotland. While he kick-started his acting career as a kid, he did attend Langside College for some time.
If you can't find Hanna or Emily in Rosewood, you might want to look on the dance floor. A trio of "Pretty Little Liars" stopped by "Dancing With the Stars" recently to cheer on cast mate Brant Daugherty—and Shay Mitchell posted the Instagram to prove it.
The actor has been rumba-ing with pro Peta Murgatroyd and doing quite well! Rosewood should be proud!
Lock your doors, bar your windows and grab your blankie—the first trailer for "Pretty Little Liars" spin-off "Ravenswood" is here, and it makes treacherous Rosewood look like an inviting idyll.
The one-minute clip opens with new-boy-on-the-block Caleb Rivers (played by Tyler Blackburn) examining a headstone, creepily baring his name and likeness (albeit an old-timey likeness). But when he questions the town mortician about the curiosity, he's told not to worry about it. A clear sign that he should totally worry about it.
What can fans expect from the first season of "The Vampire Diaries" spin-off, "The Originals"? We're so glad you asked! Because stars Claire Holt and Charles Michael Davis brought their laundry list to last weekend's iHeartRadio Music Festival. Among the items: a lot of hot vampires, war, family, war (again) and waterboarding. Wait...waterboarding?!
"That's not what we do on our show! That's 'Homeland'! Wrong one!" Claire exclaimed, correcting co-star Charles before adding more seriously: "Tonally, it's a little darker than 'The Vampire Diaries,' maybe skewed a little older."
"Sexier. And a little cooler...just slightly," Charles chimed in.
"Being set in New Orleans, it has more of a mystical element," Claire continued.
We can't say for certain whether Bonnie Bennett is in possession of a Facebook profile, but if she is, it's probably in need of a little updating. After all, "The Vampire Diaries" witchy woman isn't so much among the living after the season-four finale of her CW series—a fact we brought up to actress Kat Graham during the iHeartRadio Music Festival.
"Oh yeah, my status. I'm a ghost," Kat said with a grin.
"I love that that should be a Facebook status," chimed in co-star Candice Accola. "Like, 'Ghost. On the other side right now, BRB.'"
All joking aside, Candice was actually on to something, Kat revealed.
The shirtless boys of summer are all gone back to school—and good riddance, because there's a whole new class of fine-looking gentlemen who need your attention right now. Yep, we're talking about the fresh crop of faces on this year's new fall shows, which feature the nicest collection of sexy men you've never seen before. And if you're looking to pick a favorite, may we suggest you choose from this list of five definitive hotties? With men like these to snuggle up with during primetime, you won't need to leave your house until spring.
The man: Charles Michael Davis, 34
The show: "The Originals" on The CW
The role: Marcel, the HVIC (hot vampire in charge) of New Orleans
The random bit of trivia that makes him that much more interesting: CMD got his start as a model in ad campaigns for Foot Locker and Nike, which tells you all you need to know about the qualities of his physique.
There's just one thing more fun than a sneaky, peeky preview of new CW spin-off series "The Originals"...and that's a sneaky, peeky preview of new CW spin-off series "The Originals" in which all the men are dressed in super-sexy 1800s garb. Joseph Morgan and Charles Michael Davis wearing ruffly shirts, open at the throat to expose some beefy manflesh? Yes, please, thank you, and goodnight: We're going to go enjoy an, ahem, better look at these stills in a more private location.
For the uninitiated, "The Originals" takes place in "The Vampire Diaries" universe, exploring the sordid, sexy backstories of the series' original Mikaelson vampires. And in this peep at the second episode, titled "House of the Rising Son," we're promised a long, interesting look at the family's dynamics dating back to the early 19th century—when Klaus was still a bad, bad boy, Rebekah was still frustrated by her brother's troublemaking ways and Marcel was still a stone fox with a penchant for shirtlessness and swordplay. Meow.
It's a happy ending for Adam Pally after all! The former "Happy Endings" star has just been named a series regular on "The Mindy Project."
Although Adam has yet to appear on the just-launched season two of "The Mindy Project," The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that he’s already booked a regular gig on the show after initially signing on for a recurring role. But, we’ve got even more information for you.
We had the pleasure of chatting with Mindy Kaling earlier this week, and she revealed some details about her practice’s latest addition. “Pally is my favorite, and he plays this guy Peter Prentiss, who kind of takes over after [James] Franco leaves,” she explained. “And he is a Dartmouth undergrad/Dartmouth medical school grad.”
The twerking and tonguing were just the beginning, y'all: Miley Cyrus is actually on fire, and she's not slowing down until she's become the artist she's always dreamed of. That's the takeaway from this trailer for upcoming documentary, "Miley: The Movement," which follows Miley backstage, on tour, into the recording studio—and onto a couch for a little bit of snuggle-up time with Mama Cyrus, of course, because the girl is still a human being who needs love, too.
This documentary is a behind-the-scenes look at Miley's quest to redefine her image, starting off with a bang (also known as "the twerk heard 'round the world") at this year's Video Music Awards. And if that moment shocked you to the point where you're still talking about it, well, that's exactly what the woman intended:
"You're always going to make people talk," she explains. "You might as well make them talk for two weeks, rather than two seconds."
Mark Tuesday, October 22 on your calendars! (As if it’s not already!) You see, that's not only the day that "Ravenswood" premieres on ABC Family, but it's also the night of the highly-anticipated "Pretty Little Liars" Halloween special.
And in addition to the unforgettable juicy "A" reveal from the summer finale, the drama is about to get kicked up about 1000 notches. You see we might finally get the chance to see Alison during the special. Like in the flesh, not just in flashbacks or daydreams.
"The Liars always thought their friend was dead," the voiceover in the latest tease shares. "This October, the search for Alison is on!"
Oh. My. God!