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In the not-too-distant future of Weird City, Stu (Dylan O’Brien) and Burt (Ed O’Neill) discover that dating is not what it used to be, and love can be found in the most unexpected places.

March 3, 2019


I just came across this post on Facebook and I had no idea Colton Haynes was on MTV’s The Hills!
Check the video below;

February 27, 2019


Tyler Posey has found his next television show… or at least his next pilot.

EW has confirmed that Posey has been cast in the CW pilot The Lost Boys. Based on the 1987 movie of the same name, the show will welcome viewers to sunny Santa Carla, Calif., a beautiful seaside town that happens to be home to an underworld of vampires. The pilot, written by Heather Mitchell, follows two brothers who move to Santa Carla with their mother after the sudden death of their father.

Posey will play Michael, the elder brother, whose life plans are uprooted when he learns he has the same genetic weakness that killed his dad. Medalion Rahimi will play Stella, a carefree local who has an immediate spark with Michael — but also a vampire boyfriend, David, who will be played by Dakota Shapiro. Kiele Sanchez will portray Michael’s mother, Lucy.

Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke will helm the pilot, which is being executive-produced by Mitchell, Rob Thomas, Dan Etheridge, Mike Karz, and Bill Bindley.

Although Posey is best known for his six-season stint as Scott McCall on MTV’s Teen Wolf, the actor is no stranger to the CW. After Teen Wolf, he recurred on the third season of Jane the Virgin.

February 21, 2019


Medici is a new series on Netflix that has Daniel Sharman (Isaac Lahey) in the lead. Just now, Daniel was on Twitter for a Q&A about the show. I have embedded all tweets of this Q&A under the “read the rest of the entry”-tag to avoid scrolling on the main page.

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January 26, 2019


After years of being unable to talk, Bumblebee will finally speak in his upcoming spinoff — and IGN can exclusively reveal that Dylan O’Brien (Maze Runner, Teen Wolf) is the actor giving voice to the titular Autobot in the Transformers prequel!

IGN chatted with Transformers franchise producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura last week about casting O’Brien as Bumblebee and why it was necessary for the film to finally give the Transformer his own voice.

“Since we were approaching this as an origin story, we felt that it was appropriate that you got to hear his voice,” di Bonaventura said of the character who thus far has only been able to communicate using existing media. “That’s the simple logic that we employed. The longer term implication of that is different. But the short-term implication of that is, since we really are resetting the mythology, essentially, of who Bumblebee is. And so, that seemed to us to be the appropriate, to get the chance to hear what he sounds like.”

The ’80s-set film, which sees Travis Knight take over the directorial reins from Michael Bay, follows Bumblebee as a young soldier in the Autobots’ war against the Decepticons on Cybertron who goes on an all-important mission to Earth.

While on Earth, Bumblebee befriends a teenage girl named Charlie (played by Hailee Steinfeld) who unwittingly buys him as her first car. Together, they face off against the sinister Decepticons Shatter (voiced by Angela Bassett) and Dropkick (voiced by Justin Theroux) in an adventure that will shape both of their young lives. This movie will be the first time Bumblebee’s voice is depicted in the live action films.

“Dylan has that great quality in his voice of youthful exuberance, and also sort of trustworthiness,” the producer explained. “I think those are the two qualities that we wanted Bumblebee to have.”

Di Bonaventura added that so far the responses he’s received about O’Brien’s voice casting has been positive. “Thankfully, we’ve showed it to a few audiences, and people seem to think that it’d be right and an appropriate voice,” he said. “You never know, obviously that can be a sensitive thing for people. But it turns out, they imagine his voice that way.”

January 4, 2019


Hi everyone!

I’ve been a few days late, but I’d like to wish everyone a happy new year.
Hope you all had a great holiday season!

<3,

January 4, 2019


Arden Cho has been portraying Emily, dr. Ethan Choi’s sister, on Chicago Med. Screencaptures have been added to our photo archives

November 19, 2018


Arden Cho has been portraying Emily, dr. Ethan Choi’s sister, on Chicago Med. Screencaptures have been added to our photo archives

November 19, 2018


Arden Cho has been portraying Emily, dr. Ethan Choi’s sister, on Chicago Med. Screencaptures have been added to our photo archives

November 19, 2018


Arden Cho has been portraying Emily, dr. Ethan Choi’s sister, on Chicago Med. Screencaptures have been added to our photo archives

November 19, 2018