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Oscar week is officially in full swing, and there was no shortage of stars on hand as Vanity Fair continued its “Campaign Hollywood” by partnering with Fiat for a celebration of the town’s young actors and actresses on Feb. 25.
Celebs including Oscar presenter Michael B. Jordan, Cobie Smulders, Tom Felton, Nick and Joe Jonas all gathered at Hollywood’s No Vacancy for the star-studded soiree, hosted by Vanity Fair’s west coast editor Krista Smith and Captain America himself, Chris Evans.
While DJ Ms. Nix served up a mix of tunes, guests including Rumer Willis and Kellan Lutz grabbed drinks at the bar (Moscow mules seemed to be the drink of the night) and sampled an assortment of appetizers before making their way to the outside patio area, where Evans spent most of the evening.
Evans, who stars in the upcoming Marvel sequel “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” posed »
- Andrea Seikaly
Things are looking up! It's finally (for now) stopped spitting out snow on the East Coast, it's Friday, and best of all…we have spoilers for you! In today's addition, there's some royal Reign scoop just in time for the show's triumphant return next week, CSI's new deadly turn and some interesting family spoilers for How I Met Your Mother. All that, plus a Scandal British invasion? No, not the Fab Four, but a mysterious man. Ah, mysterious men, the best kind. Read on for all the scoop that's fit to print! Gabby: Any How I Met Your Mother finale scoop? Get ready to meet the kids…at a different age! We'll see Son (David Henrie) and Daughter (Lyndsy Fonseca) »
CBS’ long-running comedy series How I Met Your Mother is coming very close to its conclusion, but it was recently revealed that certain scenes for the series finale were actually filmed eight years ago. When How I Met Your Mother first debuted, it offered viewers something quite different than your standard CBS sitcom. It was still a sitcom, but it involved a highly serialized conceit that would play out through the series’ run, culminating in the titular reveal of how Ted (Josh Radnor) met his wife. The show has certainly had its ups and downs along the way and the current final season has been frustratingly disappointing, but it will hopefully all have been worth it when the series finale airs later next month. In a recent Ama on Reddit, series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas answered burning questions about the show, and during the course of the event »
- Adam Chitwood
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 has been given a release date.
The sequel, which is a follow-up to the 2010 comedy, will open in cinemas on Christmas Day this year (December 25, 2014), reports Deadline.
In the sequel, Lou (Corddry) is in trouble, which leads Nick (Robinson) and Jacob (Duke) to turn on the hot tub time machine again to go back to the past. However, they end up time travelling to the future and must change the future to save the present.
Last August, Corddry revealed that John Cusack will not be returning in the sequel but Adam Scott will play the son of Cusack's character.
"We go ten years into the future and we don't hit the »
Los Angeles (AP) — Producers filmed the climactic scene of CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" finale eight years ago, fearing the actors involved would become unrecognizable, and have kept it under wraps ever since. The Monday-night comedy concludes after nine seasons on March 31 with a one-hour episode. The comedy's central conceit is that it's a story told by actor Josh Radnor's character, Ted, to his teenage children about how their mom and dad met. The children, played by David Henrie and Lyndsy Fonseca, were depicted in the series' early days sitting on a couch, shifting uncomfortably in boredom as »
- David Bauder (AP)
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