Skylar Astin suits up as Jean-Baptiste for his guest stint on last night’s (March 11) episode of Glee!
The 26-year-old actor performed the Styx classic “Mr. Roboto” and OneRepublic‘s hit “Counting Stars” with his group, Throat Explosion, and SPOILER ALERT – took home the Nationals trophy with New Directions coming in second place.
Just the day before, Camilla rocked a super colorful dress while attending the film’s press day in Los Angeles.
Cavemen opens in theaters THIS Friday, February 7th.
FYI: Camilla is wearing a Dior outfit, Brian Atwood shoes, a Smythson bag, and David Yurman jewelry. She is wearing a Julia Korol dress and lia sophia jewels at the press day. CMM is wearing Joe’s Jeans.
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Skylar Astin and Camilla Belle struggle with their platonic relationship in this brand new trailer for their upcoming movie Cavemen!
The 26-year-old actor plays playboy Dean, who is fed up with one-night-stands and empty relationships — he wants more out of life than just a party.
With a little inspiration from his nine-year-old nephew and his best friend Tess (Belle), Dean decides to try his hand at finding true love for the first time — which proves to be much more difficult than he thought in modern-day Los Angeles.
“You guys!! Thanks for watching! All your reactions have been so amazing! Continue to watch #GroundFloor and lemme know what ya think!” the actor tweeted after his sitcom Ground Floor premiered earlier this week.
“I think it’s a delicate subject,” Skylar recently told ETOnline about a Pitch Perfect sequel. “I would love to read a script because I can’t imagine a world in which I wouldn’t be on board. I want to see what they come up with; hopefully Jesse is a part of it. That was such a wonderful moment for all of us so I can’t imagine any of us wouldn’t want to do it again — particularly because we all get along so well.”
The 26-year-old actor chatted with the glossy about his new gig in TBS’ Ground Floor and maybe heading back to the stage. Check it:
On Ground Floor: “The script was very in on the joke of him being a little bit flawed and sensitive beyond his seemingly perfect exterior, as far as his clothes being all tailored [and] his hair being perfectly kept. We start to watch him break down as well. Bill Lawrence really attracted me to the script because he created shows like Scrubs, Cougar Town and Spin City. This guy, his writing holds up, and it will hold up for as long as TV will be around, and I want to be in his world because it’s fun.”
On his character: “Brody is kind of a ‘master of the universe’-in-training; he has everything in place. It seems like he was a way with people. But when he meets Jenny – his love interest – and the other people on the ground floor where she works, you start to see him unravel a little bit, and it opens him up and exposes a little bit of his flaws, just like some relationships can do. It’s fun to watch him struggle to see how the other half lives. There’s this pull between his top floor lifestyle with his boss, and his love affair with someone who works on the ground floor of his building.”
On his stage dreams: “What’s cool about doing this TV show is that it’s in front of a live audience, so I do get that rush. But nothing’s like doing it on the platform of theater and doing it all together really – no stops, no cuts. So I think that a theater return is inevitable, and I’m hopeful for one.”