Zach Gilford sports some facial scruff while attending John Varvatos’ International Day of Peace Celebration held at the John Varvatos Boutique on Sunday (September 21) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The 32-year-old actor was joined by his wife Kiele Sanchez, as well as Happyland‘s Ryan Rottman.
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According to the Chicago Tribune, Zach has been cast in the USA pilot Stanistan, which follows the staff of an American compound in the fictional country of Stanistan — including State Department workers, covert CIA operatives and journalists. Congrats to him on the new gig!
A few days earlier, Zach had a mini-Friday Night Lights reunion with Michael B. Jordan and Matt Lauria at the Men’s Fitness 2014 Game Changers Event held at Palihouse.
Grant Gustin makes us swoon as Barry Allen in these brand new cast photos for The Flash!
His fellow stars Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Rick Cosnett, Tom Cavanagh, Jesse L. Martin, and Carlos Valdes also got their own new shots.
Meanwhile, the show just recruited two new guest stars! According to Variety, Amanda Pays has been cast as Dr. Tina McGee, which is the same role she played in the original live-action version of the show.
Meanwhile, EW reports that Nick Tarabay is set to appear in several episodes of Arrow as Digger Harkness (AKA Captain Boomerang), and will appear in The Flash crossover episode too.
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Theo James is becoming a big franchise star and will next be seen in the new Underworld movie!
The 29-year-old Divergent actor played a vampire in the 2013 film Underworld: Awakening and he will be joined in the new movie by two new female characters, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Kate Beckinsale has starred in the last four films in the franchise, but she will not be returning.
The new Underworld movie will not be a reboot of the franchise, but instead an expansion on the existing universe.
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Aimee Teegarden just landed a new gig!
According to Variety, the 24-year-old Star-Crossed alum is set to star in the upcoming dance-romance movie Heart Beats 3D!
Aimee will play “a feisty American hip-hop dancer who travels to India with her family for a wedding and falls in love with a new style of dance and the man who introduces her to it.”
The film is scheduled to start production in India early next year with Tiger Shroff in talks to star as the male lead.
Vanessa Marano is switching it up a bit with a new guest-starring TV gig!
JJJ can exclusively reveal that the 21-year-old actress will stop by the brand new CBS show NCIS: New Orleans, which premieres September 23!
She is set to play Natalie, a sophomore college student who is described as beautiful, smart, sympathetic and sweet, and somewhat of an old soul. But her world is shaken once she wakes up next to a murdered young man.
After it’s revealed that Natalie is a collegiate call-girl, her naive demeanor shifts and she changes into a capable young woman who can handle herself.
Congrats, Vanessa! We can’t wait to watch!
Austin Butler isn’t letting his relationship with The CW go so easily.
The 23-year-old former Carrie Diaries actor has joined Arrow, THR reports, as Thea Queen’s love interest.
Austin will paly Chase, who first appears in the seventh episode and is a charismatic DJ whose talent and wiles catch the attention of Thea (Willa Holland). Their professional relationship will quickly blossom into a romance.
“Thea is going through something pretty crazy,” Willa dished at Comic-Con about Thea’s arc this season. “All I can say is I’ve been hitting the gym a little bit.”
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The Riot Club‘s Holliday Grainger and Cinderella‘s Richard Madden are headed to BBC One’s adaption of Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Variety reports.
The 26-year-old actress will star as the title character, while Richard, 28, will play gamekeeper Oliver Mellors. Actor James Norton, who stars on BBC One’s Happy Valley, will play Lady Chatterley’s war-wounded husband Sir Clifford Chatterley.
The controversial 1928 novel by D.H. Lawrence is the story of a physical and emotional relationship between a working-class man and an upper-class woman, and was once put on trial in 1960 to determine if the book fell under Britain’s Obscene Publications Act.
Filming starts in October with a premiere date set in 2015.