We all loved the first Diary of A Wimpy Kid movie starring Zachary Gordon, and now there’s another on the way!
Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules will be based on the second book in Jeff Kinney’s series. The summary: As he begins seventh grade, Greg (Gordon) and his older brother â€“ and chief tormentor â€“ Rodrick (Devon Bostick) must deal with their parentsâ€™ misguided attempts to have them bond.
Peyton List and Ben Hollingsworth also star.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules will hit theaters on March 25th!
Sara Paxton keeps close to boyfriend Nico Tortorella as they attend the Call Of Duty: Black Ops Launch Party held at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica on Thursday night (November 4).
The duo were joined by former The Beautiful Life costar Ben Hollingsworth at the party.
You’ll next see Nico in Scream 4 as Trevor Sheldon, opposite Emma Roberts. The flick hits theaters April 2011.
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Sara Paxton shows off the back detail of her LBD as she attends the premiere of The Joneses held at ArcLight Hollywood Cinemas in Los Angeles on Thursday night (April 8).
The 21-year-old actress reunited with some of The Beautiful Life cast on the red carpet — creator Ashton Kutcher, Jordan Woolley, Nico Tortorella (also boyfriend) and Ben Hollingsworth, who stars in the film.
Also pictured are Sara and Nico at the Tourism Season 2010 launch at The Island in St Maarten, Netherlands Antilles late last year.
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Ben Hollingsworth shows off his perfect all-American family in the new poster for his upcoming flick, The Joneses.
The 25-year-old actor stars as Mick Jones in the comedy. The Joneses also stars Demi Moore and David Duchovny as a seemingly perfect couple who, along with their equally perfect teenagers — (Amber Heard) and (Hollingsworth) — move into an upscale gated community.
The Joneses have better goods and game than any other family in town. The only problem is they’re not a family -they are employees of a stealth marketing organization, and they know how to make everyone else want what they’ve got.
The Joneses hit theaters on Friday, April 16. Bigger poster inside…
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Ben Hollingsworth shows off a bit of scruff in this new shot from the March 2010 issue of Details magazine.
The 25-year-old former TBL: The Beautiful Life star will next be starring opposite Demi Moore and David Duchovny in The Joneses, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year.
Ben chatted with the mag about one role that stuck with him, saying, “I was once in a theater production of A Few Good Men. I shaved my head, gained 30 pounds of muscle, and was walking around town in dog tagsâ€”I got a little Method. People came up to me and were like, ‘Thank you for all you do.’ And I’m like, ‘Oh, you saw the show?’”
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Nina Dobrev dons a super cute navy blue French Connection dress as she celebrates her 21st birthday at Studio 54 in the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on Saturday night (January 16).
The Vampire Diaries starlet partied with co-stars Kayla Ewell, Sara Canning, Steven McQueen, Candice Accola, and Zach Roerig. Former TBL castmates Sara Paxton, Nico Tortorella and Ben Hollingsworth also turned out to help Nina celebrate.
While Nina celebrated her 21st, Studio 54 marked its 12th anniversary.
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Just a month after posting unaired episodes of TBL: The Beautiful Life on YouTube, Ashton Kutcher has surpassed his goal.
CNN reports that executive producer of the series had a half a million (view) goal that he set for the episodes on series when he made the executive decision to put it online.
Ashton shared in a vid message posted earlier, “If we put this thing on the Web more than half a million people will watch it on the Web. I want this to be the first show ever that gets more viewers on the Web than it did on terrestrial television.”
Starlet Sara Paxton shared, “It’s pretty exciting for our friends and family to be able to watch the episodes that never aired. After it was cancelled, a lot of fans were reaching out on Facebook and Twitter and asking where they could see the rest of the episodes. Now that it lives on the Internet, who knows what it will turn into. I don’t know what to expect out of it.”
The five episodes combined have been viewed about 2.7 million times in the three weeks they have been available online in their entirety. With that said, Karey Burke (Ashton‘s business partner) revealed that they’re considering continuing to keep the show alive.
Karey shared, “Now that the airing of the episodes on YouTube has been as successful as it has been, there are conversations about continuing with the show in some form or fashion. We haven’t had any discussions with the CW about bringing the show back, but anything is possible. There certainly could be a short form version of the show that could live on the Web if our studio partners were interested in that and enough of the cast were interested.
TELL JJJ: Have you watched the new episodes on YouTube? What would you like to see happen?