Here’s the synopsis: When young newlyweds Sam (Shively) and TJ (McCurdy) embark on their honeymoon and accidentally hit a man walking on the side of the road, what was meant to be a peaceful national park tour turns into a series of unfortunate events and coverups that force the couple to decide what is most important to them: humanity or their honeymoon.
8 Bodies is free to watch today, Valentine’s Day, and is available for purchase afterward!
The 23-year-old actor and director updated fans about London‘s condition and what was going on with them on Instagram.
“So proud of this baller. After over a decade of sometimes debilitating pain, my girl stuck to her guns amid frustrating doctor’s visits, elected to have surgery, and discovered that she’s been dealing with endometriosis for much of her life,” Nathan wrote of London.
He added, “She did great in surgery and is recovering at home. We’re so thankful for this outcome, and I’m absolutely pumped to watch her quality of life improve as a result. Here’s to you, Londy. We are blessed, today, and every day.”
Sending our well wishes to London for a speedy recovery!
The 23-year-old actor will not only direct an upcoming episode of Game Shakers for the network, but he’s also returning as Freddie Benson — kind of.
The episode is iCarly themed and the Game Shakers cast is up in arms over who Freddie really liked more — Carly or Sam. So, obviously, they have to track down Nathan to get get the answer out of him by any means necessary.
Check out the BTS pic iCarly and Game Shakers creator Dan Schneider shared on Facebook below!
Nathan is also pictured below at the premiere of Tell Me How I Die with Ethan Peck, Ryan Higam, Virginia Gardner, and Mark Furze at LA Center Studios on Thursday night (September 15) in Los Angeles.
The 23-year-old actor will star alongside Brent Rivera as his brother in the indie teen comedy, Variety reports.
The two team up with their coder buddies to throw a house party while their parents are out of town to gain popularity.
Nathan‘s character is the older brother and a former high school hero working at a venture capital shop who overhears his boss speaking with General Electric about an innovation competition and dreams of becoming the next Mark Zuckerberg — so he agrees to help throw the party in exchange for help with an app.