The character posters for Divergent have arrived, and they are sexy. Tris (Shailene Woodley), Four (Theo James), and Peter (Miles Teller) are just a few of the Dauntless crew to be featured in the posters, along with their prominently placed tattoos. The YA adaptation hits theaters on March 3, and even if you don't know what it's about, you can still appreciate the view — and the film's fine gentlemen. Click through to take a look!
Maggie Q stopped to talk on the Divergent red carpet at Comic-Con on Thursday. Maggie is no stranger to the scene in San Diego, so she talked to us about which stars she was most excited to see and why this event is so special in particular. Maggie also talked about her dramatic Divergent look and the ways she got to play mentor to the younger actors on screen and off. Check it out, and watch all our Comic-Con videos!
Production recently began on Divergent, and today we found out one more bit of casting news in the adaptation of Veronica Roth's young adult novel. Tony Goldwyn has been announced as the latest cast member, joining last week's new addition of Ashley Judd as the parents of main character Tris. Tris is played by Shailene Woodley in the film, which will depict a divided society of factions and a teenage girl (Woodley) who discovers she falls into more than one faction. Find out who else will star in Divergent, and if you read the book, let us know if the casting mirrors your vision.
Nikita star Maggie Q was chic and cool on the Teen Choice Awards red carpet. A soft, feathered halter dress showed off her buff action-star arms, while sleek hair and thick black eyeliner made the most of the former model's gorgeous looks. What do you think of her style?
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The CW held its upfronts in NYC today, and the network announced it's adding six shows to its Fall lineup with stars like Sarah Michelle Gellar and Rachel Bilson. The programs include SMG's Ringer, which will air Tuesdays with 90210. Rachel, who shared a hug with costar Jaime King, was all smiles due to the success of her latest Josh Schwartz endeavor, Hart of Dixie. She shuttled between LA and North Carolina to shoot the pilot earlier this year and has lately kept the frequent flying miles coming between jaunts to France to work with Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld. The Vampire Diaries stars Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, and Paul Wesley were all in attendance to receive the news that their popular vampire series has been renewed. 90210 castmates AnnaLynne McCord, Shenae Grimes, and Tristan Wilds were in for similar celebrations. Another of the CW's hits, Gossip Girl, wrapped up this week with a dramatic season finale, though only newcomer Kaylee DeFer was on hand for this morning's press event.
Our jaws hit the floor when we saw Maggie Q's gorgeous curls at the People’s Choice Awards. You can get the look at home with tips from her hair stylist, Richard Marin, who created these curls. Find out how to re-create the look when you read more.
They're not the Fab regulars, but this week's stylish crew totally caught my attention by turning up their fashion game a few notches. Juliette Lewis proved that, along with her funky side, she has a polished, sexy one! Actress Paz Vega worked volume and ended up with one of the classiest looks of the bunch. And Maggie Q showed off her sexy limbs in a trendy long-sleeve mini. Fab favorite Carey Mulligan also makes a cameo in Proenza Schouler, as do Naomi Watts and Alexandra Richards. Click on to see why their looks were on my radar this week.
I've been on a quest to find the most kickass female character of all time, but there are a handful of new ladies around the bend that are already suitable for entering the running. This year's crop of Fall TV shows brings with it five female characters with one thing in common: they're all badass in their own right.
The TCA rolled on with presentations from Showtime and The CW yesterday after their star-studded party the night before. Showtime kicked off the morning with The Big C starring Laura Linney and Gabourey Sidibe. Laura spoke passionately about the show and her character, while Gabourey touched on how she still can't believe the past year of her life. The cast of Dexter brought a different tone, as Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter and company gave us hints about Dexter's season five before he sat down with us for an exclusive chat. Last up for the network was Matt LeBlanc's Episodes, in which the Friends star plays a fictional version of himself taking on a new acting gig. The trailer was full of jokes about his beloved sitcom, including a Ross and Rachel reference early on. Matt was adorable on stage talking about getting recognized as Joey daily and when asked if he was the first pick for the part, he was quick to joke, "Schimmer said no. . .so did Perry and Lisa."
We spent the afternoon with The CW checking out their two new shows, Nikita with Shane West and Maggie Q, as well as Ashley Tisdale and Aly Michalka's Hellcats. Then it was time for the really fun stuff, moving onto Gossip Girl in Paris! Josh Schwartz took the stage with Ed Westwick, who represented the cast as the rest stayed behind in NYC to shoot and premiere Chace's movie Twelve. Ed was charming as always, though he gave the juiciest tidbits to us at Wednesday's bash. He and Josh revealed lots of exciting news including whether or not Taylor Momsen will return and who else will be making a comeback. There's still lots more to come, so stay tuned to Buzz on Twitter for updates from the panels!
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