In a recent Facebook Live sesh with Cosmopolitan, Lucy kind of/sort of opened up about the whole thing.
“I have no clue what they’re talking about,” Lucy jokingly denied any knowledge about an Ezra/Aria wedding during the series finale of the show, before adding, “Dang it, Ian! You have to check this stuff!”
She adds later, “I think [the fans are] seeing things, I think someone photoshopped that on me. [Laughs.] People notice everything, it’s kind of scary.”
Office Uprising is set inside one of the world’s leading arms manufacturers where a substance is slipped into the employees’ drinks by the board of directors to supposedly make them work more efficiently.
Due to a slacker within the company, though, they are fed the wrong formula and start turning into homicidal maniacs.
Ian will be playing the role or Dr. Frohm, who is in the research and development at the company. Dr. Frohm is also Jane‘s character’s boyfriend in the flick.
The 29-year-old actor is set to publish an essay collection, called “Odd Birds” and it will be out in May 2017.
“YEP, IT’S REAL. So excited to share this,” Ian wrote on Twitter as soon as it went up on EW‘s website.
“Odd Birds” will chronicle Ian’s life in Hollywood — including anecdotes from PLL — through the lens of bird watching, making it a fascinating and funny journey for readers of both celebrity memoirs and nature books.
After coming clean with him about her involvement in killing Elliott Rollins aka Archer Dunhill, Ezra was willing to look past it all in the name of love.
Speaking with THR, Ian opened up about the duo’s nuptials, their future and more. Check it:
On Ezra and Aria’s wedding: “They’re pretty in sync with each other, so they could combine dreams. She would probably do a lot of boho-chic stuff, but he would want it in one of the cities of his favorite writers like Paris or London or even further, like Prague or Lisbon. They would want a destination wedding more than anything.”
On living in Rosewood: “Geez, anywhere but Rosewood! Why are they still there, dear God? People are dying every other week. I can’t imagine the property values are very high there with the amount of murder that’s happening. I think some dust bowl in the middle of Oklahoma would be better than Rosewood. They’d probably live abroad for a few years and get as far away from the shenanigans of their Philadelphia suburb. They would try Europe, maybe Canada for a bit.”
On Aria coming clean with Ezra: “Especially after what we saw tonight, it would be very hard to break up their love and respect for one another. There are a few scenarios I could imagine playing out that might really disrupt things, but people will have to watch that. Our immediate storyline will be seemingly very lovely and then, you know, not. Nothing is ever fine and good in Rosewood.”
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