Yes, okay, so the government officials of "Delirium" are hateful, horrible fascist freaks who want to scalpel out our Feelings Lobe and make the world a loveless place. We know this! But hey, if they all look like Senator Hargrove, then...well, at least we understand how their brutal policies might have become popular in the first place.
Lauren Oliver, who penned the books that the show is based on, announced on her blog today that the gorgeous Michael Michele has been cast in the role of the Senator.
The competition for Prince Maxon's heart is heating up!
TVLine reports that another young actress has been added to the royal court for the small-screen adaptation of Kiera Cass' YA novel "The Selection."
Meet Sarah Winter, a British actress who will take on the role of Ashley Brovillette, one of the 35 girls participating in the "Bachelor"-style contest. Sarah joins previously cast stars Yael Grobglas (America), Michael Malarkey (Maxon), Celia Massingham (Celeste), Lucien Laviscount (Aspen) and Anthony Head (King Clarkson).
"Glee" is finally returning after a short, cliff-hanger of a hiatus, and we couldn't be happier. But that's not the only reason to celebrate tonight's episode. As star Lea Michele noted on Twitter today, "Girls (and Boys) on Film" will feature the series' 500th performance, which just so happens to be the classic "Shout."
And even better? When you download a digital copy of the single, Columbia Records and Twentieth Century Fox Television will donate 100 percent of the proceeds from U.S. sales to the music education charity Give A Note. Now that's something to sing about!
It was nearly five months ago that we got official word "American Idol" alumna Jessica Sanchez would rub elbows (and vocal cords?) with the crew from Lima, Ohio, to film an appearance on "Glee." So what of that big guest turn?
When we caught up with the songstress recently on the set of her first music video, she told us that it's still very much happening.
"As far as 'Glee,' I have no script yet," Jessica said. "I'll be taping very, very soon. I got a call from them, like, a couple days ago, very, very excited. I've been practicing my acting. It's like a whole new element for me. I've never acted before, so I mean, it's just like dancing; it's unexpected. So we'll see how I do."
With its most important bachelorettes in place, "The Selection" is finally getting around to populating its royal palace—with a qualified gentleman to sit on the biggest throne!
The Hollywood Reporter has the dish that Anthony Head, former father figure to the stake-toting Buffy Summers on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," is officially on board to play King Clarkson.
Or, in other words: The King is Giles! LONG LIVE THE KING!
Ashley Benson looks all patriotic on the April cover of Seventeen—what with her we-want-them-now American flag shorts—but inside she’s all ambitious, sharing that one day she’d love to take home a much-coveted Academy Award.
"I love Michelle Williams and Natalie Portman—those are the careers I want," the "Pretty Little Liars" star said in the issue, out March 12. "My goal is to win an Oscar, and I’m going to take the steps to get there."
And she’s definitely making strides towards more mature films. She’ll have to wait and see if her role in the titillating “Spring Breakers” gets her any closer, but she knew that it was a leap she needed to make, regardless.
Last night, for the first time in history, we announced the full list of MTV Movie Awards nominees in our live, glorious, never-to-be-duplicated Nominations Spectacular! And we're not gonna lie, y'all: It was amazing. But if you missed it, don't cry! ...No, seriously, stop crying, you're getting all splotchy and it's freaking us out. Here, you want to know who scored a spot on our list of contenders to win the Golden Popcorn? Grab a tissue, and grab onto something, because we're going to tell you everything worth knowing about who's hot this year.
First up, our favorite category for this year's awards: Best Female Performance. It's a veritable girl crush buffet, as Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Mila Kunis, Emma Watson and our very own Awards host Rebel Wilson picked up nominations for their work.
Hot on the heels of all those renewals for shows like "New Girl" and "The Mindy Project," comes word that Alexis Bledel, America’s favorite Gilmore girl, has just been cast in the new Fox sitcom "Friends and Family."
Jason Ritter has been cast as her love interest on the single-camera pilot, which will be the American version of the BBC series "Gavin & Stacey." According to The Wrap, the show will focus on Alexis and Jason’s long-distance romance, and how their friends and family (oh, we get it!) keep interrupting their plans. Haven’t they heard the saying, “If the van is a rockin', don’t come a knockin'”?
The Matthews family is growing!
TVLine reports that "Boy Meets World" spin-off "Girl Meets World" has found Cory and Topanga's son Elliott, who will be played by actor Teo Halm.
Elliott is also (obviously) the brother to titular "Girl" Riley, played by 11-year-old actress Rowan Blanchard. The character was described in earlier reports as "a thinking man's jock."
Pretty little Shay Mitchell, of "Pretty Little Liars," is on the pretty little cover of Teen Vogue this April—and you'll love reading what she has to say about her breakout role on everyone's favorite guilty primetime pleasure. From dealing with angry, close-minded superfans of the source material to discussing her work with the Somaly Mam organization against sex trafficking, Shay is thoughtful and well-spoken about her work, her life and why she's absolutely right in her girl-next-door role.
Unfortunately, Shay's entry into the public eye made her the instant object of ire for jerky fans who didn't like seeing a non-white girl in the role of Emily Fields.