Eliza Taylor hits the pavement for a little retail therapy on Vancouver’s stylish Robson Street on Wednesday afternoon (January 28).
The 25-year-old The 100 actress wrapped up in a warm scarf as she stopped by several shops before her flight to London.
“Robson street, you are my b**** today. #shoppingtime,” Eliza tweeted.
The 100 showrunner Jason Rothenberg recently chatted with ET about the latest episode and revealed that the gorilla that attacked Clarke and Lexa wasn’t planned.
“[Mark Pedowitz, CW president] and I had lunch a couple months ago and he’s like, ‘You know what people really like Jason? Animals,’” Rothenberg shared. “He wanted us to take us into more layers of this world – the two-headed deer, the monster in the pilot. I said, ‘Animals cost a lot of money, that’s why we don’t see them very often.’”
He added, “But I went back to the writers’ room and I told the story and before I knew it, there was a story about a gorilla and then we did it. There was pushback along the way because none of us thought it was going to be good. We were worried that the effect wasn’t going to be as good as it was going to be because of time and money.”
Radio City’s New York Spring Spectacular centers on Jenna (Laura Benanti), a billionaire and CEO of her own company, who just purchased a NYC tour company that she plans to take virtual. She has friends in high places, a few you may recognize, but little does she know that she’s about to embark on an unforgettable New York City adventure with Rockettes!
The limited seven week engagement begins previews on March 12th, and runs through May 3rd.
Sam Smith rocks a leather jacket on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine’s latest issue, out on newsstands now!
Here’s what the 22-year-old English singer had to share with the mag:
On the relationship between him and the first man he fell for, who didn’t feel the same way: “It makes me emotional, actually… He looked out for me for the rest of school. Until I turned 17,18, he just made sure that if anyone took the piss out of me, he would stick up for me. He could have made it hell for me, you know?”
On the homophobia he’s experienced: “He was like, I don’t want to share my eraser with a gay man… Prick. I hope he’s reading this [Another time, I was with my dad and] someone drove by and yelled “faggot”. I was just embarrassed that my dad had to see that, because I could only imagine how you feel as a parent. You just want to kill them. I was always embarrassed for the people around me. It never actually deeply affected me. You just ignore it, you know?”
On his parents divorce: “I’ve never told this story before… We had no choice but to go for walks through Central Park and talk about it. My sisters, the girls would cry. I would cry. We all dealt with it suddenly. [It was]the easiest divorce ever, [but] I said that to convince myself. That’s what I did from Day One, you know? We pretend like we’re OK, but it did affect [my siblings and I].”
Here’s a synopsis of the movie: Bound by a shared destiny, former boy-genius Frank (Clooney), jaded by disillusionment, and Casey (Robertson), a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity, embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space known only as “Tomorrowland.” What they must do there changes the world—and them—forever.