'Arrow's Echo Kellum Previews Team Split on Winter Return Tonight

'Arrow's Echo Kellum Previews Team Split on Winter Return Tonight

The team is still divided when Arrow returns from the winter break tonight — and Echo Kellum, aka Curtis, has a little insight on the big issue.

“They’re very much still at odds in terms of their capacity to work as a cohesive unit together,” he says in a new interview with ScreenRant. “A lot of lines have been crossed, and those are tough to cross back over.”

Echo adds, “[Rene] selling out Oliver, that’s gonna be tough to accept Rene back into the circle. The line is still very much there and [Oliver and Rene] are definitely on different sides of it. It’s something we’re going to pick up with when we come back, and throughout the rest of the season.”

While we know exactly what drove Rene away from the team, Curtis’ is a little different.

“In my opinion, [Curtis] is kind of like, ‘I wasn’t even doing anything!’” Echo says, pointing out that while Dinah was having secret meetings and Rene was the snitch, his character really wasn’t doing anything.”

“He’s like ‘Hey, we have this history; I’ve known you guys longer than those two and you guys still lump me in the same box.’ To Curtis, Team Arrow definitely crossed a line,” he shares. “He’s not so much mad or angry at Oliver, but more hurt and disappointed…He is a forgiving person, but they are going to have to make large strides in order to regain his trust and forgiveness.”

Arrow returns @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW.

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Anne Winters Almost Had This Other Role in '13 Reasons Why'

Anne Winters Almost Had This Other Role in '13 Reasons Why'

Anne Winters will be in the upcoming season two of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why as Chloe — but before that, she was up for another key role in the series — Hannah Baker!

Speaking with Hollywood Life, the actress (who you know from AwesomenessTV’s Zac & Mia) opened up about reading for the part, which ultimately went to Katherine Langford.

“I actually almost got the role of Hannah,” Anne revealed. “I went to New York and met Brian [Yorkey, creator] and everything.”

Not getting the role had her avoiding watching the series at first, too: “You know, when you don’t get something you’re like ‘oh, that sucks’. When it was such a big hit at the beginning I was like you know what, I don’t need to watch it right now. I’ll wait ’til later.”

But then, she booked Chloe and “I was like ‘okay, I gotta watch all of them’, so I binge watched it all.”

Anne is also keeping mum on any spoilers for season two as well, and that includes anything about Chloe.

“My character is pretty in the middle of the drama this whole season,” she says. “I’m curious to see what people’s view of her is like because I think it might change from the beginning to the season towards the end. She kind of goes through a big arc. So I’m excited to see the reaction to her.”

13 Reasons Why will return sometime this year on Netflix.

Harry Styles Was Nominated For A Film Award

Harry Styles Was Nominated For A Film Award

Dove Cameron Is Working 14 Hour days on 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'

Dove Cameron Is Working 14 Hour days on 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'

Dove Cameron might be becoming the next Marvel superhero, or supervillain on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. — and we are here for it!

We definitely think it’s one of the two because she admitted on Twitter today that she’s working 14-hour days!

“I’ve been working on @AgentsofSHIELD every day lately,” Dove wrote. “14 hour day yesterday, back at it today.”

While we still don’t know much details about her top secret character, her co-stars can tell you that “nothing you’ve seen her do will prepare you for what she does in our show.”

Just last week, Dove and Clark Gregg shared a cute Twitter exchange. Check it below:

Josie & The Pussycats' Rachael Leigh Cook Would Love to Guest Star on 'Riverdale'

Josie & The Pussycats' Rachael Leigh Cook Would Love to Guest Star on 'Riverdale'

The original Josie McCoy, Rachael Leigh Cook, really wants to guest star on Riverdale!

The actress, who starred in the movie about the iconic comic-book band, spoke with IBT about guesting on the CW series and totally wants in.

“I would totally do that,” she shared. “I hope they [Ashleigh Murray and Hayley Law] told their bosses…because I think that would be a great time.”

Rachael is actually a big fan of the show, too.

“I remember when I was watching the pilot with my husband [Daniel Gillies] and I said, ‘How come I’m not someone’s mom? I’m somebody’s mom in real life, I could be somebody’s mom,’” she adds. “But then I saw the moms that they cast and I thought, ‘Yeah, they’re killing it.’”

TELL JJJ: Would you like to see Rachael on Riverdale?

Fans Rally Around Lucy Hale After Sharing & Then Deleting Her Own Sexual Assault Story

Fans Rally Around Lucy Hale After Sharing & Then Deleting Her Own Sexual Assault Story

Lucy Hale opened up in a big way to her fans earlier today on social media.

The 28-year-old Life Sentence actress revealed her own experience of being sexually harassed, but then quickly deleted the note off of Twitter and Instagram.

“I never understood sexual assault until tonight,” she wrote in the note. “I always sympathized but never truly felt the pain of it until right now. My dignity and pride was broken.”

Lucy continues, “I am completely at a loss for words. I feel for anyone that has felt this pain that I feel right now. But I promise. I will not let a moment go by that I don’t try to make a difference.”

After sharing her story, fans quickly sent their support to Lucy for her openness.

“lucy hale became a victim of sexual assault last night. shocked. disgusted. sending all the love & prayers her way. we love you,” one fan wrote.

Another added, “LUCY HALE YOU’re IMPORTANT, LOVED AND ADMIRED!”

Sending all our love to Lucy during this time.

Supernatural's 'Wayward Sisters' Backdoor Pilot Premieres Tonight!

Supernatural's 'Wayward Sisters' Backdoor Pilot Premieres Tonight!

Supernatural‘s backdoor pilot will kick off with a familiar phrase to all die-hard fans: “Sam and Dean are missing. They were on a hunting trip, and I haven’t heard from them in a few days”.

Wayward Sisters will make its’ premiere tonight on The CW.

The backdoor pilot kicks off with Claire (Kathryn Newton) returning home to Sioux Falls and Jody (Kim Rhodes) when the guys go missing. She reunites with Alex Jones (Katherine Ramdeen), who has stayed behind with Jody and tries to balance a “normal” life with being a part time hunter.

“I don’t want to separate things into, This is a masculine thing and this is a feminine thing, because people and characters are way more dynamic than that,” Katherine told Elle about the episode, but promises that “people can expect the same type of badassery [that's in] Supernatural.”

Clark Backo, Yadira Guevara-Prip and Briana Buckmaster will also star.

Tune in TONIGHT, January 18th @ 8PM ET/PT.

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'Fantastic Beasts': Muggles In France Aren't Called Muggles At All

'Fantastic Beasts': Muggles In France Aren't Called Muggles At All

Fantastic Beasts is giving us more clues about the upcoming movie, The Crimes of Grindelwald and it’s getting us majorly excited.

After revealing that each of the five movies will take place in a different city, director David Yates also confirmed that they’ll have a brand new word for non-magical people.

In the first film, the American word for muggle was just “no-maj” — and in Paris, where the new film takes place, the word is “Non–magique.”

“[The wizarding world in Paris is] quite glamorous, it’s quite beautiful,” the director added about the feel and setting of the movie. “There’s a community that lives alongside the muggle community, it’s much freer than in New York, where there’s segregation.”

He continues, “Paris is a bit like England, actually, not so hung up about the differences between the two. Magical people can freely move into non-magical communities as long as they’re discreet about their talents.”

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald will open on November 16th.