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Shawn Mendes Will Make Acting Debut On 'The 100'!

Shawn Mendes Will Make Acting Debut On 'The 100'!

Remember when Shawn Mendes wanted to guest star on The 100? Well, it’s happening!

The 16-year-old “Stitches” singer just revealed to his fans on Twitter that he’ll be guest starring on the popular CW show in its upcoming third season, which will premiere early next year.

“HEY GUYS !!! IM GUNNA BE ON #THE100 !!! SO EXCITED!!” Shawn wrote next to his trailer, which revealed his character name as Macallan.

He added in a statement, “I’m so excited to take a step into acting. It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a long time, and can’t wait for everyone to see my first role in ‘The 100’.”

ARE YOU EXCITED to see Shawn on The 100?

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The 100's Ricky Whittle Leaves Comic-Con Panel To Hug Crying Fan In Audience

The 100's Ricky Whittle Leaves Comic-Con Panel To Hug Crying Fan In Audience

Ricky Whittle leans his head on Marie Avgeropoulos shoulder during The 100 panel during 2015 Comic-Con on Friday afternoon (July 10) in San Diego, Calif.

The 33-year-old actor, who plays Lincoln on the CW show, left the panel for a bit to comfort a fan who prepared to ask a question to the stars before she started crying because she couldn’t believe she was standing in front of them.

“Aww,” one of the panelists said. “We’re going to start crying.” Check out the sweet moment below!

In case you missed it, check out all the spoilers that are coming in season three of the show!

FYI: Eliza is carrying a Nancy Gonzalez clutch.

25+ pics inside from The 100 panel…

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Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley & 'The 100' Stars Dish On Season Three At Comic-Con Panel

Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley & 'The 100' Stars Dish On Season Three At Comic-Con Panel

Eliza Taylor steps out at the panel for The 100 during the 2015 Comic-Con on Friday afternoon (July 10) in San Diego, Calif.

The 25-year-old actress joined her co-stars Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropoulos, Lindsey Morgan, Ricky Whittle, Isaiah Washington and executive producer Jason Rothenberg to dish about the upcoming third season premiering next year.

“We’re going to have our first time jump between seasons,” Jason shared. “We’re going to pick things up … a couple months after Clarke bailed on her people. The A.I. story [in that mansion] really sets us in a new, much more … science-fiction direction.”

Check out what else is coming on the show (via TVLine):

Eliza On Clarke: “She’s gone bats–t crazy. What she did at the end of the season was so huge and traumatic, so she’s running away, which is very un-Clarke-like. When we pick things up, I think she’s going to be losing it a little,” Eliza shared.

Jason added about Clexa, “I suppose there’s hope for reconciliation [between Clarke and Lexa], because Alicia Debnam-Carey is coming back to the show,

Bob On Bellamy: “Clarke left him there to [be a leader]. So I imagine he’ll just do what Clarke couldn’t do, which is to become a leader.”

Marie on Octavia: “Octavia hasn’t really fit in anywhere, growing up under the floor. Through Lincoln, she really found her place within the world. The Grounders brought out the warrior in her, so I think she’d have a hard time going back to the Arkers and being resentful towards those people.”

Lindsey on Raven: “I think she’s still a little bitter [about her injury]. For her to lose a certain strength, but to find an even greater strength in learning how to live and operate no matter what, shows her inner strength. I get the opportunity to portray someone with a disability on TV; I think that’s really important.”

Ricky on Lincoln: “We’re all molded by our experiences. The good thing about Lincoln is that his moral compass has never changed. … He’ll continue to make immense sacrifices for his beliefs and for Octavia.”

FYI: Eliza is carrying a Nancy Gonzalez clutch.

20+ pics inside…

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The 100's Eliza Taylor & Bob Morley Meet Lexa Cosplayer At SuperCon

The 100's Eliza Taylor & Bob Morley Meet Lexa Cosplayer At SuperCon

Eliza Taylor and Bob Morley pose with a fan dressed up as Lexa during their appearance at 2015 SuperCon on Saturday afternoon (June 27) in Miami, Fla.

“Just found Lexa at #supercon2015 !! Awesome cosplay,” Eliza, 25, shared on Twitter with the pic.

Bob wrote earlier in the day, “I’m pumped for #supercon2015 today, can’t wait to hit the floor hopefully find some #Akira prints! Yeah, let’s do this Florida.”

In case you don’t know, Eliza and Bob are both up for Teen Choice Awards for Choice TV Actress & Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, plus The 100 is up for Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show! Keep voting!

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Why Is 'The 100' Missing From The Fall TV Schedule? CW President Explains

Why Is 'The 100' Missing From The Fall TV Schedule? CW President Explains

When the CW released it’s fall TV schedule, JJJ was upset that The 100 wasn’t on it.

Now, thanks to our pals at Zap2It, we have an answer on just why it wasn’t. Read below:

“We had to make some moves to put on some shows and make some changes,” Mark Pedowitz dished about the show. “We felt that Vampire Diaries and Originals is a good combination on Thursdays, we needed to shore up Thursday a little bit. We felt that Crazy Ex-Girlfriend was a better fit on Monday. I think The 100 and Jane might have been a little bit twisty.”

He also revealed that he hopes The 100 will have a Breaking Bad-like success with Netflix, where it’s currently a big hit with viewers.

“It’s a big Netflix favorite, and having the opportunity to catch up on years 1 and 2 as we begin year 3, maybe this show can get the real viewers it deserves, and maybe it’ll have that ‘Breaking Bad’ moment. We haven’t quite figured out what the order path will be yet … whether we run 13 straight or not, we will have all 13-16 episodes we need to run as we require it.”

The 100 is expected to be back on The CW in spring 2016.

TELL JJJ: Are you sad about The 100 not returning until next year?

'The 100' EP Jason Rothenberg Answers Your Burning Finale Questions! (Spoilers!)

'The 100' EP Jason Rothenberg Answers Your Burning Finale Questions! (Spoilers!)

SPOILER ALERT! DO NOT CONTINUE IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED!

Tonight’s second-part finale of The 100 left us utterly speechless.

Between Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Bellamy’s (Bob Morley) decision to use radiation to kill all the Mountain Men – including Maya! (Eve Harlow) – and her gunshot to Dante’s chest, it was a finale full of surprises all around.

Not to mention, Clarke decided to pack her bags and head out on her own, while Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Murphy (Richard Harmon) both encountered clues to what happened to life on Earth 97 years ago.

JJJ caught up with executive producer Jason Rothenberg who answered some of our burning questions and gave us a preview of what’s to come in season three!

JustJaredJr.com: Let’s talk about Clarke first. She’s had to make some really tough and not-so-popular decisions this season for the sake of her people. And now she’s leaving. Tell us about her journey and where she’s headed!

Jason Rothenberg: There are two really big decisions, right? The first of course is the decision to pull the lever and kill everyone in Mount Weather to save her people. And the second, as a result of that and really everything she’s had to do since she’s been on the ground, to just break away and get away from it all. For me, the season has always been about…I knew going into the season that Clarke was going to have to do something so horrible – although it was going to achieve her goal of saving her friends – ultimately, in the victory of that, she wouldn’t be able to celebrate. She wouldn’t feel relief, or happiness, or excitement. She was going to have to be pushed so far and so dark in order to get it done. The result is that is, at the end of this episode, when everyone is walking into the gates, she refuses to go. She was unable to be reminded of what she’s had to do by looking at their faces every day. It’s probably the first selfish thing Clarke’s done since we’ve known her. And I think she’s earned that on some level. In season three, we will find her out there in the world – whether she’s just on a walkabout, just sort of Rambo-style living in a cabin in the words, or whether we find her on some type of other course or mission, we need to wait and see. But it’s a very real choice for her to break away from these people and go off.

Click inside to read the rest of our interview with Jason RothenbergMore Here! »

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