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Looks like Brooks Laich is quite smitten with his new ladylove Julianne Hough. Just one day after the new couple was spotted packing on the Pda, the Canadian hockey player opened up about his romance with the Safe Haven star during his weekly interview on 106.7 The Fan on Wednesday. The Washington Capitals NHL player revealed he was first introduced to Hough in December through mutual pal Teddy Sears, who worked with the Dancing With the Stars beauty on the upcoming movie Curve. "On set, apparently, he was talking with Julianne, and said he had recently just got married—just got back from his honeymoon—and then asked her if she'd been seeing anyone, and she said no or whatever, and I »
Julianne Hough, who claimed she was swearing off relationships for a bit, appears to have a new boyfriend in NHL star Brooks Laich.
Julianne Hough Dating NHL's Brooks Laich
Hough, 25, and Laich, 30, were first spotted together over the weekend, holding hands while walking around in Los Angeles. On Tuesday, the Dancing With the Stars pro was captured on camera kissing Laich goodbye before he boarded a plane at Lax.
"He's a very nice guy," an insider told E! News about the Washington Capitols player. "She really likes him."
Laich, a native of Canada, opened up about his relationship with Hough when pressed about the photos during his weekly interview on 106.7 The Fan on Wednesday. Unable to deny the evidence of a relationship, Laich decided to share his meet-cute with the Safe Haven star, which came about through his friend Teddy Sears.
"On set [of Curve], apparently, [Sears] was talking with Julianne, and said »
Julianne Hough is revealing her dating rules!The "Safe Haven" star is gracing the cover of the March issue of Self magazine, where she's opening up about how she moved on from her breakup with Ryan Seacrest."I'm a relationship girl, and I feel so grateful for the ones I've been in," she tells the mag. "They've been excellent -- I've been hurt but never angry -- and they've helped me grow to be who I am today. But my goal has been to be single for an entire year."While taking a break from dating to focus on yourself is a good thing, the blonde beauty admits that it's tough to stick to her rules."There have been moments when I'm like, 'This sucks!'" Hough reveals. "But my dad used to say to me, 'When you feel happy with who you are, you won't need anybody to fill a void. »
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It looks like Julianne Hough has a new man. The Safe Haven star stepped out in Los Angeles Sunday afternoon, sparking romance rumors after she was spotted holding hands with Canadian hockey player Brooks Laich while they headed out for a hike. Rocking a white tank top, gym shorts and sneakers, Hough brought her two dogs along for the walk as she and the hunky NHL pro headed up the trail. Following their outdoor excursion, the duo picked up some groceries at Bristol Farms, according to the Daily Mail, and headed out in Hough's white Mercedes SUV, with Laich in the driver's seat. And it wasn't the first time they were spotted out together getting cozy. The day before »
Does Julianne Hough have a new beau?The "Safe Haven" star was photographed taking an afternoon hike with Canadian hockey hunk Brooks Laich and her two dogs in Studio City on Sunday. The actress looked sporty and chic, rocking a white tank top, grey athletic shorts and matching sneakers. She also showed off her new shorter 'do during the weekend workout.Julianne and Brooks both sent out messages to their fans on Valentine’s Day. Maybe they were spending the special day together? The blonde beauty shared a quote on Instagram, writing, "Share a kind gesture to a stranger today and show them the true meaning of love. Show love. Be love. Happy Valentine’s Day!!" "Happy Valentines Day everyone – hope you are spending it with that special someone who makes you happy! #onelove," the 30-year-old athlete wrote on Twitter. We think they make an adorable couple! What do you think about this budding romance? »
- tooFab Staff
“Just keep your hands on my face in the rain.” To say that movies that started their lives as Nicholas Sparks novels have a well-established style when it comes to their content and aesthetics would be maybe about the biggest understatement of the year. Take two impossibly attractive young people, add some tragic reason they can’t be together, cut it with a love that will conquer all, and pretty much you’ve got the formula—so long as your drama is occurring in an idyllic, rural setting. It gets to the point where every time a new Nicholas Sparks movie starts getting advertised, people can tell that’s exactly what they’re looking at from the first few seconds of the first trailer, and their responses are downright Pavlovian. Not into the Nicholas Sparks thing? Bet you let out an involuntary groan. Love everything the man does? Then it’s the same deal, but »
- Nathan Adams
Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? We analyzed this weekend’s new movies across Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google (the methodology behind the numbers is below) over the seven days leading up to their release, when marketing campaigns should be at their peak.
“RoboCop” released on Wednesday to get a jump on Valentine’s Day weekend and is off to a fair start despite the winter storms. Marketing has been targeted heavily toward younger males who make up the Marvel crowd and older fans of the original 1987 classic. Social statistics suggest that engagement rates are high on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter (full disclosure: Moviepilot is working with Sony on this campaign).
“RoboCop’s” viral marketing campaign started even before production had begun on the movie: In July 2012 an OmniCorp website went online, »
- Tobias Bauckhage
If you’re looking for a romantic movie to watch over Valentine’s Day weekend, you can get seven of them in the recently released Nicholas Sparks Limited Edition DVD Collection, which, for the first time, unites Safe Haven, The Lucky One, Dear John, Nights in Rodanthe, A Walk to Remember, Message in a Bottle, and The Notebook. Sparks chatted with EW about some of their signature moments, the challenges of topping sex scenes, why the ending of Safe Haven really shouldn’t have shocked you, and what’s next.
Entertainment Weekly: The adaptations of your novels always include what »
- Mandi Bierly
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Nicholas Sparks has created an empire from the hopeful yet tragic loves stories you read on vacation or watch after too many bottles of wine. Like Nancy Meyers, whose films always incorporate droolworthy decor, location is key. And Sparks’ films are almost exclusively set on the coasts of North or South Carolina–a nod to his adopted home of New Bern, Nc. Over the years numerous titles have been adapted from breezy beach reads into sugar-coated love stories with a male and female lead much too beautiful to be of this Earth.
Some stand out: The Notebook has become required viewing for any female and/or person with a beating heart, while Miley Cyrus‘ transformation from Disney girl to Twerk Queen included a pit stop in a role Sparks created just for her. But do all Nicholas Sparks novels-turned-blockbusters include letter-writing or a devastating illness in the final act? »
- Emily Exton
Over President's Day weekend, The Lego Movie should hold on to first place ahead of three 80s remakes. With its strong Valentine's Day appeal, About Last Night will likely be the strongest of the newcomers, while Robocop will have a tough time bouncing back from its poor Wednesday opening. With the East Coast buried under a nasty snowstorm on Wednesday and Thursday, there will be a lot of talk about the weather's effect on the box office. While some people will inevitably stay away from theaters, the aggregate impact is often overstated: comparing week-over-week drops during similar events suggests a 10-to-12 percent drop in box office is the worst-case scenario.The RoboCop remake got a jump on the competition by opening at 3,372 locations on Wednesday. This is Sony/Columbia's second remake of a Paul Verhoeven sci-fi movie*the first was 2012's Total Recall, which opened to $25.6 million on its way to a disappointing $58.9 million. »
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Though director Lasse Hallstrom has struggled to find decent work outside of melodrama over the past few years, maybe working with an Oscar-nominated write can up his game. Hallstrom has been behind the camera for sappy films like Dear John, Safe Haven and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, but Deadline reports he will next team up with Craig Borten, fresh off his Oscar nomination for scripting last year's Dallas Buyers Club starring Matthew McConaughey. What are they working on? Well, they will adapt Ron Chernow's biographical book Titan: The Life Of John D. Rockefeller for Relativity Media. Read on! The man whose name has become synonymous with wealth, the shrewd businessman made his riches in Standard Oil, but was pursued by the likes of Teddy Roosevelt for his business practices for 30 years from the 1870s to late 1890s. In his book, Chernow describes Rockefeller, "What makes him problematic—and why »
- Ethan Anderton
Screenwriter Craig Borten knows a little something about success, as his first produced screenplay for Jean-Marc Vallée.s Dallas Buyers Club, co-written with Melisa Wallack, has earned him worldwide acclaim and an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay. For his next film, he.ll be taking on another biographical tale for the monolithic story of John D. Rockefeller, as he.ll be adapting Ron Chernow.s 1998 book Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, which Relativity has recently optioned. There.s nothing that keeps me more humble than watching millionaire.s making money playing billionaires. As Deadline states, directorial duties for this project have been given to Lasse Hallström, the Swedish filmmaker whose early career and eventual breakout film What.s Eating Gilbert Grape are immensely more interesting than his last few English flicks, which include the two Nicholas Sparks. adaptations Safe Haven and Dear John, as »
Relativity Media is putting together a biopic of entrepreneur John D. Rockefeller, and the studio has enlisted The Cider House Rules and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape director Lasse Hallstrom to take the helm. Deadline reports that Hallstrom is attached to direct an adaptation of Ron Chernow’s book Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller with Oscar-nominated Dallas Buyers Club scribe Craig Borten penning the screenplay. As the world's first billionaire, Rockefeller is certainly one of most fascinating giants of the 19th and 20th centuries. He founded Standard Oil in 1870 and, as oil became an important resource, saw his fortune rise substantially until Standard Oil gained nearly complete control of the market. Rockefeller was also a philanthropist, giving away much of his wealth throughout his lifetime. Hit the jump for more, including a synopsis of the book. Hallstrom most recently wrapped the light drama The Hundred-Foot Journey with Helen Mirren »
- Adam Chitwood
Julianne Hough was spotted on Feb. 9 rocking an adorable new pixie cut at Lax Airport in Los Angeles, California. We love her look and want to know what you think! Do you like her with longer hair or do you absolutely adore her new pixie cut? Vote below!
25-year-old Julianne Hough was seen leaving on a flight at the Lax Airport on Feb. 9. But wait, somethings looks different. Yes, she chopped off her blonde locks! She has officially joined the celeb pixie club — members include Jennifer Lawrence, Jennifer Hudson, and more. Do you love it?
Julianne Hough’s Pixie Cut — Gets Dramatic Hair Cut
The Safe Haven star’s pixie cut looks absolutely beautiful! Walking to her flight at the Lax Airport, Julianne was rocking her hair cut with a beautiful, white blouse and some warm, brown boots. We absolutely love this new look! It shows off her beautiful bone structure. »
- HL Intern
We can now add Julianne Hough to the group of A-list Hollywood ladies with a pixie cut. The Safe Haven star debuted her side-swept and layered short new 'do on Saturday morning while heading to a nail salon in Beverly Hills. The former Dancing With the Stars pro had been rocking hair extensions since December, after going for a change from her notable chin-length crop. The long lock transformation took place at West Hollywood's Nine Zero One salon, where the actress' pal and hairstylist Riawna Capri documented the entire process via Instagram. In Capri's photo collage you can see that the Great Length extensions reached Hough's waist before they were cropped into a textured »
Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Release Date: March 25, 2014
Price: DVD $29.99, Blu-ray $32.99
The comedy movie follows underachiever David Wozniak (Vaughn), who learns that, thanks to selling his sperm 20 years earlier, he has fathered 533 children — and now they all want to know who he is.
Chris Pratt (TV’s Parks and Recreation) and Cobie Smulders (Safe Haven) also star in the PG-13 film, which was written and directed by Ken Scott, the director and one of the writers of the original Starbuck.
Which is interesting, because 2011′s Starbuck got much better reviews than Delivery Man, even though (judging by the trailer), the new movie almost looks like a step by step carbon copy of the original but with different faces. Starbuck, however, was rated R, so maybe »
It was earlier reported that the 41-year-old actor was reportedly keen for Fergie to make a "much cleaner and clearer" break from the American hip-hop group so that she could re-invent herself as a solo artist, Metro.co.uk reported.
It was also claimed that the 'Safe Haven' star wanted his wife to leave the "looming spectre of Will.i.am," who influences every creative decision that she makes.
Duhamel took to Facebook to tell his fans that they shouldn't. »
- Lohit Reddy
Black Eyed bleep! That's what Josh Duhamel has to say about a new report alleging Fergie's husband has been "pushing hard" to create "a much cleaner and clearer break" between the singer and her Grammy-winning bandmates. A source for RadarOnline said the Safe Haven star, 41, was being a supportive hubby by creating a rift between his wife and her fellow hitmakers: "She can re-invent herself as a solo artist without the looming specter of will.i.am influencing every creative decision she makes," the insider told the site. But [...] »
The 2014 Golden Globe Awards will take place this Sunday, January 12 and we will be live-blogging and announcing the winners as they happen, but I felt before we do that we may as well revisit the nominees and attempt to do a little predicting. I should warn you, predicting the Golden Globes is something I find near impossible so if you're the betting type I'm not sure I would look at these predictions as anything more than a bit of fun to ponder and debate in the comments below. It's not like predicting the Oscars, where you know the people deciding the awards. Who exactly is the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA)c In fact, when I mention the HFPA did you even know they were the ones that put on the Golden Globes or did you think it was something more prestigiousc Truth of the matter is, as far as I know, »
- Brad Brevet
Best birthday buds! Nina Dobrev's close pals rallied on Thursday, Jan. 9 to wish the Vampire Diaries star a happy birthday. "Happy Birthday my beautiful @ninadobrev," wrote Dobrev's bestie Julianne Hough along with a slew of adjectives describing the birthday girl, 25. "You are kind, smart, adventurous, loving, honest, beautiful, mysterious, free, funny, and so on and so forth..... I am so lucky to call you my best friend! I love you so much... My sister!" (Unrelated to Hough, Dobrev actually dated the Safe Haven star's older [...] »
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