Actress Rumer Willis will be guest starring on the upcoming season of ABC Family’s hit series Pretty Little Liars. The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Rumer is set to star in at least one episode of the fourth season, with the possibility to return for more.
The 24-year-old will play Zoe, a charity organizer who is “the type of girl who will change the world and keep her sense of humor at the same time”.
Rumer has also appeared in several episodes of the CW series 90210, and was also seen in the hit comedy The House Bunny back in 2008.
Rumer’s episode will air in late July, with the show premiering on June 11th on ABC Family.
The Scream 4 actress is currently ‘nearing a deal’ to join the cast of FX drama American Horror Story: Coven for its upcoming third season. In the show, Emma will star as Madison, a “self-involved party girl”.
The show also stars Emma’s boyfriend of almost a year, Evan Peters, who has already worked with Emma on the film Adult World last year.
Emma and Peter were spotted out and about in New York on Wedesday (May 22), as they headed out to grab an iced coffee together. The duo looked casual as they walked with drinks in hand, with Emma wearing a simple blue v-neck tee paired with jeans and a sweater wrapped around her waist.
As he continues to film his latest movie Townies in Los Angeles, actor Zac Efron was spotted getting into his role of a rowdy frat boy on Wednesday evening (May 22) for a new scene.
Sporting a frat t-shirt and sweater, Zac was caught jumping onto the bumper of a police car in a new scene from the movie, which also stars Seth Rogan and Dave Franco. Zac was later seen shooting scenes from the window of the frat house with a beanie hat on his head.
Between scenes Zac took a quick food break, where he ate some tacos while chatting with the crew on set.
It was just announced that Zac has signed on to star in a new FOX film called Narc, a crime film based on a true story of a college student turned police informant. Zac will play “a student, frat president, and lacrosse team captain who’s busted for drugs intended for a party, then secretly turns narc and helps the cops bust criminals while carrying on his BMOC campus life.”
More pictures of Zac on the set of Townies below! (FameFlyNet)
Branching out from his acting career, The Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson will be adding producer to his list of achievements. According to The Wrap, the 20-year-old actor has signed on to star in the new dark psychological thriller named Ape for Atomic Owl Pictures and JetLag Productions.
Ape will be “a dramatic tale of a young man’s struggle with mental illness, love and a deep-rooted family secret.”
The film will be directed by Miguel Sapochnik, with Bree Herzog producing fro Atomic Owl and Josh producing with JetLag’s Michelle Fightmaster and Ric Beddingfield.
We strongly believe in the global appeal of this project and we’re excited to work with Bree Herzog and team” Josh recently said of the new project.
“‘Ape’ is a passion project for us and to see it get made would truly be a dream come true.”
Meanwhile, Herzog expressed her excitement to work with Josh saying, “Josh is a tremendously talented and versatile actor who has already had an exciting career with roles spanning from blockbuster franchises such as ‘The Hunger Games’ to award-winning independent films like ‘The Kids Are All Right.’ We couldn’t be happier to be collaborating with Josh and JetLag Productions on ‘Ape,’”
You can catch Josh in the next Hunger Games film Catching Fire this fall, as well as in the new animated movie Epic which comes out tomorrow (May 23)!
Australian actor Liam Hemsworth has just signed up to star in Relativity Media’s film Aurora Rising.
According to Deadline, the film will be produced by Alexandra Milchan, Scott Lambert, Guymon Casady along with Ryan Kavanaugh with Antonio Moura Santos Jr as executive producer.
In the film, Liam will be playing “a Southern California surfer turned military fighter pilot who, after acing a complicated and messy first combat mission, gets recruited to be part of an elite team to test the next generation of aircraft. This happens just as an international conflict begins to escalate.”
Liam has been busy over the past week in France as he attends the Cannes Film Festival, where he has been promoting Catching Fire, the second film in The Hunger Games series. The film is set to be released this November.
22-year-old actress Jennifer Lawrence is barely recognizable in this new behind-the-scenes picture from the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past.
In the film, Jennifer will be reprising her role from 2011′s X-Men: First Class as Raven/Mystique, the shapeshifter whose real look is blue-skinned and yellow-eyed.
Director Bryan Singer tweeted this photo of Jen getting into character today saying, “First look: #JenniferLawrence as a vengeful #Mystique. #XMen #DaysOfFuturePast ”
While the cast is busy filming the movie now, it won’t be released into theatres until July 2014.
The Weinstein Company movie is based off of the hit teen novels by Richelle Mead, which “tell the tale of Rose Hathaway, a teen who has a mental and spiritual bond with her vampire best friend Lissa. The two attend a special school for vampires who are attempting to keep some of their humanity while other of their species are becoming more wild.”
Sarah will be taking on the role of Natalie, best friend of the lead characters Rose and Lissa, and the daughter of one of the leaders of the Academy, Victor.
Shooting for the film is scheduled to begin next week.
Sarah is also scheduled to reprise her role as Hayley in the hit ABC comedy Modern Family, which just wrapped its fourth season and will be returning this fall.
With his Wizards of Waverly Place days behind him, actor Jake T Austin is moving on to bigger and better things with his new ABC Family series The Fosters, premiering next month. The now 18-year-old actor spoke with Glamoholic magazine about his new upcoming projects, and his excitement for his new challenging roles.
“It’s great to be a part of something so impactful.” Jake said on ‘The Fosters’. “The show is a one-hour drama about a multi-ethnic family mix of foster and biological kids who are being raised by two moms, Stef Foster (Teri Polo) and Lena Adams (Sherri Saum).”
In the show, Jake plays Jesus Foster, one of the foster kids along with his twin sister. “Jesus and Mariana are twins who have been estranged from their biological mother since birth. This character has enabled me to explore new depths as an actor. A role with such a unique backstory demands a real performance, and I enjoy the challenge of trying to deliver that every day I come into work.”
Jake also got the opportunity to work with the show’s executive producer Jennifer Lopez. Jake said, “She has been very active on set and involved with the show in every aspect. Working with Jennifer Lopez has been a blessing. Having the chance to learn from someone like her is something I will be forever grateful for.”
When asked if he would ever star with Jennifer on-screen, Jake said: “Working with her on screen would be amazing! I am up for ANY role that will challenge me as an actor.”
Check out Jake’s full interview below! The Fosters premieres on ABC Family on June 3rd! (more…)
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