In the episode, “Young & Assistant”, Josh (Jonathan Sadowski) is about to launch a new app and hires a new assistant Randall (Charlie Saxton), who is the epitome of efficiency and work ethic, to help him with this busy time. Thinking Randall is a little too good at his job and out to get theirs, Gabi, Elliot and Yolanda set out to get him fired.
Meanwhile, Sofia (Aimee Carrero) is annoyed at her new neighbor (Sulkin) for constantly playing loud music, until she meets him face-to-face…because, how could you stay mad at Gregg?
“Young & Assistant” will premiere on Wednesday, July 6th @ 8PM ET/PT on Freeform.
Bella Thorne and Gregg Sulkin pose with a group of young kids during their visit to Hospital Infantil Privado in Mexico this week.
The couple joined Miss Universe Mexico Kristal Silva and model Nazanin Mandi for Smile Train’s newest journey where they spent time with the kids and witnessed what happens during cleft surgeries.
“It was like watching Picasso at work @smiletrain Incredible to see how happy a family can be after seeing their child have a successful surgery,” Gregg captioned on his Instagram with a pic.
Bella also shared some of her experience, writing, “She was da best???? love playing cup of tea with her and watching her smile ???? thank you @smiletrain for all you do helping kids everywhere.”
During the week, Bella, Gregg, Kristal and Nazanin also learned more about the organization’s sustainable model and Smile Train’s local partners who are on the ground helping cleft patients 365 days a year. Plus, they also got to see a special performance by Smile Train Children’s Cleft Choir.
10+ pics inside of Bella Thorne and Gregg Sulkin in Mexico…
“Happy birthday TO THIS MANLY MAN,” the 18-year-old actress started out with a collage of pics of Gregg.
Bella continued, “You have showed me the light in the world and I can’t believe mine was so dark..you have helped me walk through fire (not literally) and I can’t ever thank you enough for that. All these photos show very different times in our relationship and I’m so happy to look back on them. Ps. What a good kitty daddy you are. #iloveyou #sweetpumpkin.”
Garrett Clayton and Gregg Sulkin debate over what do to about the phone call they’ve just recieved in this still from their new movie, Don’t Hang Up.
Premiering at the LA Film Festival next weekend, the flick is about an evening of drunken prank calls, which becomes a nightmare for a pair of teenagers when a mysterious stranger turns their own game against them…with deadly consequences.
Garrett spoke to JJJ about the flick, saying, “When I first saw it I was SO HAPPY it turned out the was it has. It’s polished, funny, and heart breaking. A LOT of heart went into the making of this movie. I’ve never seen myself as an aggressive man. Funny enough a couple friends came with me to the firsts screening. At the end they turned to me and said ‘I DID NOT KNOW YOU COULD DO THAT.’”
He added about working with directors Damien Macé and Alexis Wajsbrot, “I’ve never had two directors on a movie before BUT I love how Damien and Alexi balance each other.”
“I like to think of them as a kind of opposites attract situation. Alexi is VERY expressive actors director and loves to act out the scene with you! Where as Damien is very cool and collected not one to yell or be loud but knows how to speak to you to get what he needs from a scene. I had a GREAT time working with them. Who doesn’t love to hear stories of making the EPIC movies they have been a part of,” Garrett continued.