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Lautner will play Dr. Cassidy Cascade in the new series which premieres in September.
Twilight star Taylor Lautner has been cast in season two of Fox horror-comedy 'Scream Queens' as Dr. Cassidy Cascade. The 24-year-old joins John Stamos as season two’s newest cast member, alongside returning stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin and Lea Michele.
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In this thriller the narrative follows Vee Delmonico on her quest to make a change in her life as she becomes tired of living life on the sidelines. Vee makes the decision to play the popular online game Nerve, which dictates dares that you need to do in order to win money, this starts of as just a bit of fun but she soon finds herself caught up in the adrenaline - fuelled game.
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Emma Roberts during her interview with Chelsea Handler on 'Chelsea Lately' described how her now fiancé, Evan Peters, found her "weird" when they first met on the set of 'Adult World'.
Emma Roberts, the niece of actress Julia Roberts and one of the stars of American Horror Story: Coven, appeared on Chelsea Lately on Wednesday (January 29th). She told the show's host, Chelsea Handler, about her first encounter with fiancé and American Horror Story co-star, Evan Peters.
Emma Roberts discussed her relationship with Evan Peters on Chelsea Lately.
Roberts and Peters met in 2012 on the set of the comedy Adult World and, although Roberts was taken with 27-year-old Peters, the feeling wasn't initially mutual. Roberts claimed from the onset she was determined the two would get together, she told Handler: "I actually, on the set, was like, 'Oh yeah, we're totally going to date.'"
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Besides being the most aptly named episode of American Horror Story so far – several characters literally went to hell – last night's Go To Hell also finally laid out some of this season’s mechanics, like those infamous Seven Wonders we’ve been hearing so much about. And do we even need to say it? Spoilers ahead. So many spoilers.
With Fiona (Jessica Lange) and three other characters biting the dust in this episode, things are hitting the fan.
"Every generation needs its leader, the Supreme. No simple test could ever determine the sovereign among us. We rely upon seven,” we learn from a handy witchcraft tutorial. Those seven turn out to be telekinesis, concilium (controlling someone else’s mind), transmutation (transporting oneself to another location), divination (to see the future), vitalum vitalis (to bring a person back from the dead), descensum (to move between life and the afterlife) and pyrokinesis (to control fire with the mind). This means that whoever gets to be the Supreme (Fiona was betting on Queenie in this episode) will have to perform all three during a ceremony in the next and final episode.
Continue reading: AHS Coven Recap: "Go To Hell" Or The One Where Everybody Died.
The young lovers have put a grisly incident behind them after Evan popped the question.
Emma Roberts and Evan Peters are reportedly engaged now after the actress was spotted wearing a ring and one of their photographer friends confirmed the news. Peters, 26, and Roberts, 22, have only been together for little over a year but the Kickass actor apparently decided the time was right and got down on one knee over the festive season.
Emma Roberts & Evan Peters Are Now Engaged!
Photographer Tyler Shields used Twitter to congratulate the couple with an awe-inspiring photo showing the We're The Millers actress Emma flying through the air towards Evan's outstretched arms. "Congrats to @RobertsEmma and Evan Peters for getting Engaged this was the moment I knew he really loved her!" he captioned the professional shot.
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The 32-year-old author struggled with depression throughout his life.
“Be More Chill” and “The Other Normals,”Author of “It’s Kind of a Funny Story” Ned Vizzini, committed suicide this Thursday. After The Associated Press originally reported that the 32-year-old writer had died after jumping off the roof of his parents’ Brooklyn home, the focus has fallen on Vizzini’s depression and problems of mental disorders in general.
Vizzini, who reached worldwide fame with his 2006 young adult novel, later turned into a motion picture, had been struggling with depression for most of his life. In fact, the writer penned “It’s Kind of a Funny Story,” based on his time in a Brooklyn psychiatric ward as a teen. It was later made into a film starring Zach Galifianakis and Emma Roberts.
Vizzini's bestselling novel was made into a young adult film starring Zack Galifianakis.
Season 3 Episode 7 of 'American Horror Story', entitled 'The Dead', saw Zoe and Cordelia hatch a plot to kill the Supreme Fiona; whilst Queenie has been making plans to change Coven.
American Horror Story has taken convoluted and bizarre to a whole new level. Season 3, Episode 7 entitled 'The Dead' aired on Wednesday night (20th November).
Sarah Paulson and Jessica Lange star in American Horror Story: Coven as Cordelia and her mother Fiona.
Madison (Emma Roberts) is back from the dead, thanks to Zoe (Taissa Farmiga), and is struggling to feel anything. She overeats, takes drugs and finally ends up in the arms of Kyle (Evan Peters). Kyle is still unable to speak and has discovered, owing to numerous tattoos around his body, that he is made up of his fraternity brother's body parts. Zoe considers killing Kyle, concerned he is a danger after killing his sexually abusive mother, but changes her mind. She attempts to communicate with Kyle but he is reduced to being a comfort for both Madison and Zoe simultaneously.
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Consistently amusing but never uproariously funny, this comedy plays it relatively safely by gently subverting our expectations of Aniston and Roberts, while making rising-star Poulter the butt of most jokes. There's just enough rude humour to keep fans of adult-oriented comedies happy, even if the movie continually reveals a squidgy-soft underbelly of sentimentality. But it's fun while it lasts.
The chaos begins when happy small-time Denver pot dealer David (Sudeikis) is robbed, leaving him indebted to his supplier Brad (Helms). Then he's offered a way out: travel to Mexico and collect a "smidge" of weed to smuggle back across the border in an RV. To increase his chances of getting through without an inspection, he creates a fake family from his neighbours: desperate stripper Rose (Aniston), lonely geek Kenny (Poulter) and homeless tough-girl Casey (Roberts). And the fact that they struggle to act like a convincing family is the least of their problems as they're chased by two vicious goons (Sisley and Willig) and befriended by a too-friendly couple (Offerman and Hahn) along the road.
Yes, this is one of those road comedies in which something unexpected happens every step of the way. Sudeikis rides out the film relatively unruffled, while Aniston's big scene is a scorchingly over-the-top striptease performed to distract a drug kingpin. Roberts' only subplot is a silly liaison with a moronic skater (Young). These sequences are carefully calculated to be mildly funny but never embarrassing to the big American stars. On the other hand, acclaimed British actor Poulter (see Son of Rambow and Wild Bill) dives in to his humiliating scenarios with gusto, from an awkward romance with another girl (Quinn) to kissing practice with his "mother" and "sister" to a ghastly spider bite. In the process, he walks off with the whole film.
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Julia Robert's sister, Nancy Motes, has spoken to the press claiming the 'Pretty Woman' star bullied her about her weight.
Julia Roberts allegedly bullied her sister, Nancy Motes, and caused her to feel embarrassed of her weight. Motes was 20 stone when she decided to undergo gastric bypass surgery last year. Since the operation she has lost 7 stone.
Julia Roberts at the L.A. premiere of Larry Crowne.
Motes low self-esteem was, allegedly, exacerbated by Roberts who would criticise Motes for her weight. It seems Motes constantly felt as though she was being compared to her sister. On the subject she said "I think growing up as Pretty Woman's little sister has definitely made me try to see the person inside and not the person outside. A lot of my life I felt judged for my weight."
'Wanderlust' star Jennifer Aniston and 'Hotel for Dogs' actress Emma Roberts looked absolutely stunning as they arrived on the red carpet for the New York premiere of their new movie 'We're The Millers' held at the Zeigfeld Theater. Others at the event were 'Horrible Bosses' star Jason Sudeikis and basketball star Iman Shumpert.
We're The Millers is a 'missed opportunity' - but don't tell the studio.
We're The Millers should have been absolutely fantastic. There's no excuse. Let's get the boring stuff out of the way first. The big-budget comedy is directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber - this is the guy who helmed Dodgeball.
It was written by Bob Fisher and Steve Faber - these are the guys who penned Wedding Crashers.
We're The Millers is the story of a small-time pot dealer whose clientele is mainly chefs and soccer moms. However, when he winds up getting jumped by a trio of punks, he's left in a major debt to his supplier (played by the hideously miscast Ed Helms) and is tasked with crossing the Mexican border with a fake family (Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, Will Poulter) to bring back a huge stash of drugs
'We're the Millers' is released today stateside, starring Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Ed Helms and Emma Roberts.
We're The Millers enjoys is first day of release today (7th August) in the USA after a shocking reported case of domestic violence marred its early outlook. What looked like the perfect recipe for comedy delight: SNL star Jason Sudeikis, The Hangover's Ed Helms and Horrible Bosses' Jennifer Aniston seems to have fallen a little flat at the hands of critics.
Jason Sudeikis Plays The Small-Time Drug Dealer Paying Off His Debts.
Having earned herself the unsavoury moniker of 'Boyfriend Batterer', young actress Emma Roberts experienced a potentially career-damaging incident at the start of the We're The Millers press tour. She and her boyfriend were involved in an altercation that left the Kickass actor Evan Peters, bloodied, bitten and bruised. The 22 year-old actress was arrested and held but soon released after Peters chose not to press charges. The incident impeded the positive press towards the film this time last month due to reporters only being interested in the alleged case of physical assault. However, it seems that a purely dodgy plotline is the main aspect souring critics' reviews upon the movie's release.
David isn't your classic drug dealer type - he sells pot here and there for the personal use of his buyers, but he certainly tries not to get involved with the more serious and deadly aspects of it. But when his large stash is stolen, he is forced to pay back a big-time dealer by venturing to Mexico to smuggle a 'small' shipment of marijuana across the border. However, he soon begins to release that it's not going to be at all easy to get across the border without being searched and so he hatches a plan to rope together a fake family called 'the Millers' to help him appear like an average tourist. He gets a young, slightly over-friendly teen friend of his to act as his son and pays an aggressive gutter punk to be his daughter, and his stripper friend to be his wife. However, things still don't go as smoothly as they'd like when their camper van breaks down, his 'son' is hospitalised after an allergic reaction to a spider bite and they are caught with the drugs by ruthless Mexican mobsters.
This brilliant comedy has been directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber ('Dodgeball', 'The Mysteries of Pittsburgh') and written by Bob Fisher, Steve Faber ('Wedding Crashers'), Sean Anders, John Morris ('She's Out of My League') and Dan Fybel. 'We're The Millers' will hit UK cinemas everywhere on August 23rd 2013.
'The Millers' actress Emma Roberts was arrested after she allegedly turned on her boyfriend Evan Peters, leaving him bloodied.
Emma Roberts has attracted the wrong kind of attention after an argument between her and her boyfriend concerned other hotel guests to the extent that the police were called to break up the ugly scene. The young actress and her boyfriend Evan Peters were discovered post-scuffle by police, with Peters said to have had "obvious physical injuries," tells a source speaking to TMZ.com. The Kickass actor has a bloodied nose and what looked distinctly like a bite mark, leading to Roberts being arrest after it appeared she had inflicted the wounds upon her lover.
Emma Roberts: Unsavoury Rumours Circulate That She's A Boyfriend-Batterer.
Sources close to the actress have claimed that both parties were using physical violence, but Roberts had not bitten her boyfriend. Roberts was held in custody but released hours later after Peters said he wouldn't be pressing charges, and the couple have not broken up over their very public tiff.
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The unassuming actress apparently harbors an explosive temper.
This is a story you don’t hear every day – actress Emma Roberts (22, 5ft2) has been arrested in Montreal on suspicion of domestic violence against her boyfriend, actor Evan Peters. She was arrested on July 7th, after a serious scuffle with Peters, which reportedly left the actor with a bloody nose, according to TMZ. Let's recap: 5'2" Emma Roberts attacked and seriously injured 5'9", 28-year-old Evan Peters - once again, not your typical tale of a relationship gone sour.
Roberts's unassuming exterior apparently hides an explosive personality.
Police arrived on the scene after an anonymous call, reporting the incident. They found the 26-year-old actor, who stars in American Horror Story bloodied and sporting a fresh bite mark, according to one of the law enforcement officials. Despite his apparent injuries, Peters chose not to press charges against his girlfriend and Roberts was released just hours after her detention. Bloody nose or not, it appears Peters wasn’t seriously harmed.
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Jennifer Aniston's new movie could be a return to form for the former Friends actress.
Jennifer Aniston stripping in theWe're The Millerstrailer has predictably dominated all talk of Rawson Marshall Thurber's new comedy movie this week, though it's worth pointing out that this thing may actually be pretty good. Aniston strips down for Jason Sudeikis in the trailer and the pair become bound together on a doomed trip to Mexico to smuggle drugs back into the U.S. for a mobster - played by a horrendously miscast Ed Helms, it seems.
Sudeikis' character David forms a fake family made up of Aniston, Emma Roberts and Will Poulter who set off to Mexico in the hope of avoiding suspicion at the border. The comedy actor is always good value for money and steals the trailer (apart of Aniston stripping of course) when he realises how much marijuana he has to haul back to America, telling his boss, "This is not a smidge, you got me moving enough weed to kill Willie Nelson man!."
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At the end of the clip, Will Poulter gives us a word-perfect a cappella rendition of TLC's Waterfalls, before the original song closes things out. We're the Millers certainly looks funnier than Horrible Bosses and wouldn't have to do much to be a bigger commercial hit than Wanderlust, Aniston's 2012 film with Paul Rudd that grossed just $17.5 million domestically after receiving poor reviews.
Jennifer Aniston strips down as, err, a stripper in 'We're The Millers!'
Jennifer Aniston plays a stripper in her new comedy We're The Millers, with Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts and Ed Helms. The internet virtually exploded on Thursday (June 23, 2013) when the first official trailer for the movie rolled out online, showing Aniston, 44, as a scantily clad stripper tasked with helping Jason's character David pull off an elaborate drug smuggle.
Jennifer Aniston had previously told her pal Chelsea Handler that she wore three bras in order to prevent herself from putting too much on the show for the role, though fans still get an eyeful in the new trailer! In the movie, Sudeikis puts together a fake family to drive an RV across to Mexico and retrieve drugs for Ed Helms' villainous character. Hilarity ensues after they meet a sexually experimental couple along the way!
As well as Jennifer Aniston stripping down, it's worth pointing out that We're The Miller might actually looks pretty funny. During one standout scene in the trailer, David realises how much marijuana he actually has to haul back to the U.S before telling Helms, "This is not a smidge, you got me moving enough weed to kill Willie Nelson man!". Also, watch out for Sudeikis' 'son' delivering a word-perfect rendition of TLC's 'Waterfalls'
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The actress divulged some of her workout secrets and her policy on nudity.
Those, expecting Jennifer Aniston’s stripper role in We’re the Millers to come with a hefty amount of nudity, are in for a pretty big disappointment. Not only is the trailer completely PG, so is the film itself. In fact, in a recent guest appearance on Chelsea Lately, Aniston told host Chelsea Handler that she wore three bras during the stripper scenes, just to be on the safe side.
No nudity for Jennifer - the actress is keeping it PG.
Nevertheless, Jen’s outfits in the film are obviously pretty revealing, and the actress recently shared with Extra that she had to take some extra fitness measures to prepare for shooting. For Aniston that means one thing: yoga. The actress divulged to Extra the secret to her toned body – doubling up the amount of yoga she normally does with her instructor and friend, Mandy Inger.
Aniston and Sudeikis make for an excellent fake family.
Jennifer Aniston hasn’t been doing too well in terms of movies lately, with her latest film, Wanderlust, grossing just $17.5 million domestically, but at least the woman is keeping fit, as the trailer for We’re the Millers clearly shows. In the film, Aniston plays a stripper and so it’s only natural that she’d show a bit (or a lot) of skin in the trailer. Everything is kept strictly PG, of course, but it’s enough to make most women out there wonder what it is that Aniston is doing to look that good.
Anniston leaves behind her clean-cut image for this one.
As for those not enthralled with the prospect of a nude Jennifer, or with the plot of the film itself, you might be interested to know that Jason Sudeikis co-stars with her in Millers. The actor recently appeared in his final episode of Saturday Night Live – as a full-time castmember, at least - but he’s obviously not short of career opportunities after leaving that show.
David isn't what you'd call a drug lord but he does earn a living by dealing pot here and there. However, when all his marijuana gets stolen, he is left having to pay a big-time drug criminal by embarking on a trip to Mexico to bring in his latest small shipment. A young teen who lives in his block informs him that he's most likely going to get searched at the border and, not accustomed to smuggling more than a pocketful, his efforts will be futile. Thus he decides to enlist his stripper neighbour to pretend to be his wife, the teen to be his son and an even younger gutter punk to be his daughter as he concocts a plan to pretend to be a normal family that will hopefully get overlooked as humble holidaymakers. However, things don't go as smoothly as they'd hoped as they wind up breaking down in their camper van, meeting a sexually experimental couple and getting busted by gun toting Mexican gangsters.
'We're The Millers' is the hilarious new comedy directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber ('Dodgeball', 'The Mysteries of Pittsburgh') and written by Bob Fisher, Steve Faber ('Wedding Crashers'), Sean Anders, John Morris ('She's Out of My League') and Dan Fybel in his feature film debut. It is set to be released in the UK on August 23rd 2013.
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'Hotel for Dogs' star Emma Roberts waves at paparazzi as she arrives at the New York premiere for Baz Luhrmann's 'The Great Gatsby'. She displays super girly chic in a floor-length, pale pink gown and a gold clutch bag with her hair left down in loose waves.
With its refusal to follow the usual romantic-comedy formula, this snappy and observant movie is a nice surprise. Not only does it keep us wondering about where it's heading, but it gives the likeable Jones and Samberg much more complex roles than they usually get to play. And the quirky approach combined with some darkly dramatic moments makes it more interesting to watch.
Jones and Samberg play the long-time couple Celeste and Jesse, who have been together since they were in school. Now married for six years, they're starting to wonder if maybe they're just best friends, rather than a couple. So they decide to separate. The main issue seems to be surfer-artist Jesse's lack of ambition but, when he begins to move on with his life, Celeste starts wondering if maybe she's the real problem. Even so, they're still completely involved in each others' lives, which is awkward for their friends Beth and Tucker (Graynor and Christian). Maybe they need some distance.
The film's perspective centres on Celeste's messy journey, which is a bumpy series of conflicting emotions. She works as a lifestyle critic, so her comments on pop culture are hilariously barbed, but as her personal life dissolves she retreats into annoying pot-fuelled wallowing. It's often not easy to watch her, but Jones gives a ruthlessly honest performance that's both funny and disturbing. Her sideplots with her gay boss (Wood), her low-life drug dealer (cowriter McCormack) and a bratty popstar client (Roberts) are nicely played but only tangentially developed.
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Celeste and Jesse have been best friends since high school and married each other very young. Many years later, they have reached their thirties and while Celeste is a successful business woman, Jesse has failed to mature with age and remains unemployed and unmotivated. Celeste believes the right thing to do is to file for a divorce as her life progresses away from him. He agrees, although he still loves her, but the pair remain inseparable friends as they begin to see other people. They are told that they should start dating again if they are unwilling to let each other go, however, Jesse soon finds another girl to fall in love with and Celeste's world comes crashing down around her as she realises she's made a huge mistake. As everything begins to warp and change in their lives, they start to learn that they may have to abandon their precious friendship in order for their hearts to heal.
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In his senior year at a Manhattan prep school, George (Highmore) can't muster up the energy to do his schoolwork. A bright kid with serious artistic talent, he's in trouble with the principal (Underwood) for failing his classes. He's also uninterested in communicating with his mother (Wilson) or stepdad (Robards). The class' hot bad girl Sally (Roberts) takes an interest in him, but he can't do much more than follow her around, even when his mentor painter (Angarano) urges him to make a move.
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Four pals go their separate ways for a fateful weekend. Shannon (Lovibond) is struggling with dark emotions as her parents split up, but her friends seem too busy to listen. Cass (Egerton) is flying to New York for an important audition and also to lose her virginity to an internet friend, but neither go as planned. Kerrys (Warren-Markland) is the loudest member of her boisterous family, clashing with her brother (Chillin) while her girlfriend (Fielding) cheers her on. And Jo (Roberts) is stuck working in the family shop through two eventful nights.
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Valentine's Day in Los Angeles brings a series of romantic crises. A flower seller (Kutcher) has proposed to his less-than-keen girlfriend (Alba), then discovers his best friend's (Garner) boyfriend (Dempsey) is married. A phone-sex operator (Hathaway) is afraid to tell her boyfriend (Grace) what she does for a living. An romance-hating publicist (Biel) is helping her client (Dane) manage a media storm. A group of teens (Swift, Lautner, Roberts and Jenkins) are grappling with chastity. And two strangers (Roberts and Cooper) strike up a conversation on a trans-Atlantic flight.
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Emma Roberts Sunday 22nd November 2009 The Cinema Society, Details and DKNY Men screening of 'Brothers' at the SVA Theatre - arrivals New York City
Emma Roberts Tuesday 10th March 2009 Emma Roberts at a medical center in Beverly Hills wearing a Trilby hat and Dr. Martens boots. Los Angeles, California, USA
Emma Roberts Thursday 20th September 2007 Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party held at Vibiana - arrivals Los Angeles, California
But Andrew Fleming's take on Nancy Drew turns out to be a snappy charmer. Though the film takes place in the present, Nancy's life could still be described by the MPAA tags on a trailer for a PG movie: mild peril, brief teen partying; she hasn't been glammed into 2007. But the film uses this mildness to its advantage, starting with the decision not to play Nancy's old-fashioned virtues -- lawful curiosity, modest fashions, and an unfailing politeness even in the face of peril -- for satire. That is not to say that Nancy (Emma Roberts, niece of Julia, son of Eric) isn't oblivious to modern life; she knows about iPods and laptops. She's just old-fashioned (she prefers vinyl and books), which makes her dedication to old-timey detecting (or "sleuthing," as she calls it) all the more individualistic, even touching, as well as sweetly funny.
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Emma Roberts Tuesday 12th June 2007 makes her first appearance at American Girl Place to help celebrate 'Nancy Drews' return to the big screen New York City, USA
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