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Alexander Skarsgard in the man in the black while grabbing lunch at Sushi Roku on Tuesday (February 11) in West Hollywood, Calif.
Last week, the 37-year-old Swedish actor kept a low profile while filling up his gas tank in L.A.
It was recently announced that Alexander will be starring in a new live-action 3D Tarzan movie, also starring Margot Robbie, Christoph Waltz, and Samuel L. Jackson.
Mark your calendars, Tarzen is set to hit theaters on July 1, 2016. We can’t wait!
Most fast-food roll-outs are shrouded in secrecy, limited to test-marketing sites in far flung cities like Dubuque and Radium Town, Oklahoma. But Frito-Lay chose a handful of Beltway-area 7-Eleven shops, apparently, to test its new and possibly transgressive "Doritos Loaded" option. From the look of it, the next frontier in the United States of Doritofication seems to be equal parts tortilla-chip and proprietary spice dust, a rougish dash of taquito DNA, and three parts neon mozzarella.
The Doritos Loaded things are the same size and shape as paper footballs, but apparently more edible. Intrepid taste-taster Kevin Cobb, who happens to be a committed consumer of Doritos, tells Yahoo Food that he would order the cheese-stuffed chips again, adding that he'd hoped they be crispier. The puck-like snacks taste "like nacho cheese Doritos dipped in queso," he says.
A spokesperson for 7-Eleven tells Grub Street that the limited Doritos Loaded launch in Washington, D.C. is "just a test," adding that the chain is not yet ready to "talk publicly about the product." In the meantime, convenience-store patrons are advised to be on the lookout for Cool Ranch Doritos Loaded snacks stuffed with Mountain Dew Cheese, if not just for the fact that their existence is entirely within the realm of possibility.
Grace Coddington's got a few trendy tricks up her Celine sleeve. And before taking a seat next to legendary photographer Peter Lindbergh at Wednesday's amfAR gala at New York City's Cipriani Wall Street, she told Pret-a-Reporter her piece of advice for New York Fashion Week newbie designers who are showing for the first time.
"Edit your collection carefully and precisely -- you can do it up until the last moment," said theVogue creative director, who noted she was most looking forward to Marc Jacobs' and Proenza Schouler's shows. As for how to stay afloat amid a slushy NYFW, she said, "Pace yourself. I don't go to all of them."
When asked what she thinks about so many designers dragging editors, bloggers and boldfaces well away from Lincoln Center for their fashion shows -- Alexander Wang made his attendees trek out to Brooklyn's Navy Yard, Diane Von Furstenberg ventured far south to SoHo's Spring Studios -- she told reporters, "I think it's great. I don't like the Lincoln Center. I think it's kind of ugly when you get inside -- not the Lincoln Center, that's great, but inside, that's kind of ugly. I don't like this mass market stuff. I like it when they go downtown to where all the galleries are and things."
She humorously added, "I mean, I wish they'd all show on 22nd Street, which is where I live!"
And when a reporter surprised her with the question about whether Kim Kardashian was just shot for an upcoming issue of Vogue, Coddington -- who also noted that she stays warm during NYFW with "Celine coats of various warmths" and Ugg boots -- widened her eyes and searched for how to respond to the widely-circulated rumor.
"Gosh, I don't know. What can I say?" she said, smiling. "I don't do covers anyway, so I wouldn't know what they have picked out."
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Grammy-winning singer Lorde, 17, has received a host of accolades for her breakthrough album Pure Heroine.
She's also been the recipient of unkind speculation surrounding her age.
The New Zealand-born "Royals" artist is known for wearing bold, dark lipstick and light foundation, which might explain why people think the teenager is older than she is. However, like many teens Lorde has acne and she recently shared a barefaced photo on her Instagram that might finally silence the doubters.
The self-proclaimed feminist posted this photo yesterday with the caption: "in bed in paris with my acne cream on"
Looks like a normal teen to us. Maybe save for the (presumably) swanky Paris hotel room halfway 'round the world from home of course.
2014 Is turning out to be one hell of a year for R.L. Stine fans. Not only has the feature film adaptation of Goosebumps entered production, but later this year we'll also see the revival of his popular book series Fear Street. And that's just the beginning, friends!
Variety reports that MTV has handed a 10-episode order to "Eye Candy," a drama based on the 2004 Stine novel of the same name.
The series stars Victoria Justice and centers on a beautiful but reclusive hacker whose blog exposes everything from terrorist plots to suspected killers. Convinced by her roommate to begin online dating, Lindy (Justice) is targeted by a dangerous cyberstalker and believes one of her suitors to be the culprit. When things take a deadly turn, she teams up with the city’s cyber-crime unit to catch the killer.
Emmy Grinwis penned the pilot for “Eye Candy,” which is executive produced by Catherine Hardwicke and Jason Blum. Hardwicke also helmed the pilot.
Calling all Twisted fans (Twisters? Twisterds? Socios? Help!): the ABC Family mystery drama is back and we've got an exclusive first look at the juicy second half of the season!
When we last left our favorite possible sociopath, Danny (Avan Jogia) had escaped from the police through his bedroom window, and now we know one of the places he went—Jo's house (Maddie Hasson)! In our exclusive clip, Jo tells Rico (Ashton Moio) and Lacey (Kylie Bunbury) that Danny showed up in her room, and by the way Lacey says "Your room?" we're thinking she's not exactly happy with his choice of hideout.
But as it turns out neither was Jo, and she reacted in quite possibly the best way a teenager can possibly react to a possible murderer (and/or her crush who, as she just discovered, has been sneaking around with her best friend) suddenly appearing in her bedroom...
That's right. She told on him. To her mom. Oh, snap!
Plus, we now know that Danny, Jo, and now Lacey all find out about the possibility that Vikram is still alive. Jo doesn't quite seem to believe her (former?) crush, but Lacey clearly does, and this friendship is definitely still on the rocks.
Twisted returns next Tuesday at 9 p.m. on ABC Family with its answer-filled midseason premiere and—trust us, we've seen it—you're not going to want to miss it.
Plus, check back after the episode for all the juicy deets from our exclusive interview with star Avan Jogia!
SEASON ONE EPISODE 12 SNEAK PEEK
BEHIND THE SCENES WITH THE CAST
THE OFFICIAL NEW INTRO
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Claws up, Housewives! Mother Monster herself, Lady Gaga, recently tapped the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast to star in her super-secret new music video, sources reveal exclusively to Us Weekly.
The video was built around the cast of Bravo's hit series, which currently features Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Brandi Glanville, Yolanda Foster, Joyce Giraud de Ohoven, and Carlton Gebbia. It was taped shortly after the dramatic RHOBH reunion special, and also features a cameo by Andy Cohen.
Gaga, 27, is a known fan of the Housewives franchise. During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live in September 2013, she told host Andy Cohen she likes "all the cities." (Bravo has had Housewives installments in Orange County, New York City, Atlanta, New Jersey, Beverly Hills, Washington, D.C., and Miami.)
I really like Karent [Sierra, formerly of RHOM], because everybody hates her because she's gorgeous," the "Applause" singer said. "And then I also love Nene [Leakes], 'cause she's just really real. And Kandi [Burruss] 'cause the girl's written a lot of great hit songs." (Atlanta Housewife Burruss is behind No. 1 tunes like TLC's "No Scrubs" and Destiny's Child's "Bills, Bills, Bills.")
"[I also like] Lisa Vanderpump," the Artpop star told Cohen of the glamorous Brit. "Mostly because she doesn't give any f--ks."
Asked whether she'd thought of what her Real Housewives tagline would be if she were on the show, Gaga stood up to demonstrate for the camera. "They may say I'm a woman," she purred, swiveling her hips. "But underneath, I'm all man."
what kinda mess?
Hilary Duff made a two time combat vet's dream come true
Hilary Duff is currently in New York City filming the TV Land pilot Younger and over the weekend she made one lucky fan’s dream come true.
While filming at Chelsea Piers, Hilary took time to meet one of her biggest fans, SPC Michael Lynch, a two time combat veteran who spent 15 months in Iraq and 12 months in Afghanistan.
Michael told us he has seen “everything she has made since Lizzy McGuire and owns every album she has made.” And, as if that weren’t enough to make him a huge fan, his mother shares the same birth date with Hilary and he was born only 8 days apart from her.
Michael had seen Hilary on The Dignity Tour seven times but it was too hard to meet her so he was excited to get the chance to see her in NYC.
“When she first came out I was at a lost for words,” he said of their meeting on Saturday. “I feel like I had so many things I wanted to tell her and forgot, I couldn’t speak, LOL. We talked about her son and her missing him. We talked about her new album and her getting back into the studio. She told me she respects the military and everything we do.”
It sounds like Hilary appreciates her fans as much as they appreciate her!
Hilary, Mike, and Luca in NYC today
Hilary met with a fan today and signed 50+ copies or her albums+singles for him
@LeoADion you are the sweetest! Can't believe you have all if those CDs. Melted my heart xx so nice to meet you and give you a squeeze ;)— Hilary Duff (@HilaryDuff) February 11, 2014
Taking pics with fans while filming in NYC today
Hilary took a picture with a fan at a restaurant today in New York City, doesn't she look lovely? pic.twitter.com/wgQMa1IQQl— Hilary Duff News (@HilaryNews) February 12, 2014
Here’s your first look at Scandal‘s First Kids.
One week after TVLine broke the news that the ABC drama would (finally) be introducing us to Fitz and Mellie’s children, Jerry and Karen, we can now exclusively report that Dylan Minnette and Madeline Carroll have landed the roles.
Minnette’s TV credits include a recent episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the role of Jason Isaac’s son on Awake, a recurring bit as Jack Shephard’s son on Lost and Grey’s Anatomy’s Season 4 Halloween episode.
Carroll, meanwhile, has guested on Shondaland’s Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice, as well as played young Ben Linus’ gal pal Annie in an episode of Lost.
Both Minnette and Carroll also appeared on The Hub’s anthology series R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour.
ABC's Scandal has added a new face for the final half of its third season.
Homeland's Nazanin Boniadi has boarded the Shonda Rhimes political thriller, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The actress, perhaps best known for playing FBI analyst Fara Sherazi on the third season of the Showtime drama, will recur in the final eight episodes of Scandal's third season.
Details on Boniadi's character are being kept under wraps but she will have a heavy presence in the remainder of the season.
Last we left New Orleans, there was a new team of witches in town, and they were out for blood. Then again, that could have to do with the fact that the witches weren’t very new at all, but rather very, very old. Thanks to Celeste’s resurrection magic, she now has Bastiana and Genevieve by her side. But the question remains: Why are they looking for vengeance? What is their past with the town?
When The Originals returns on February 25, we’ll get a glimpse into Genevieve’s (Elyse Levesque) history with Rebekah when our favorite Original sister finds herself locked in the same sanatorium where she and Genevieve once worked in 1919. As Rebekah realizes that Genevieve is out for revenge and could reveal a secret that would destroy her, Rebekah immediately flashes back to a the early days of their relationship.
We’ve got an exclusive first look at the flashback, which puts both Rebekah and Genevieve in nursing outfits working during what one would assume is the influenza pandemic. (Could it be the same one that killed Edward Cullen?)
Flashback eps are the best!
Former NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw is being treated for cancer, but doctors are very encouraged with the progress he is making, NBC said Tuesday.
Brokaw, 74, was "diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer affecting blood cells in the bone marrow, in August at the Mayo Clinic," the network said.
"His doctors are optimistic about the outcome of the treatment he is receiving, and Brokaw said he remains 'the luckiest guy I know,'" it said.
Brokaw sat in the anchor chair of the "NBC Nightly News" from 1982 until he stepped aside in 2004 to serve as a special correspondent for the network. He joined NBC as a reporter in 1966.
"Throughout the treatment, Brokaw has continued to work on NBC News projects, including a two-hour documentary on the assassination of JFK, appearances on 'TODAY,' 'Nightly News with Brian Williams,' 'Meet the Press' and MSNBC," the announcement said. "He is also contributing to NBC Sports coverage of the Winter Olympics in Sochi."
I've never witnessed a pop-star shave her head... then, I witnessed a pop-star shave her head.— Grant Mickelson (@GrantMickelson) February 11, 2014
I just love that Taylor Swift posts a video showing more people watch her get a haircut than buy your faves' last album.— Alex Goldschmidt (@alexandergold) February 12, 2014
From DreamWorks comes this new promo image (featuring Aaron Paul, Scott Mescudi, Ramon Rodriguez, Harrison Gilbertson and Rami Malek) and behind-the-scenes featurette for the upcoming video game adaptation ‘Need for Speed.’ Directed by Scott Waugh and also starring Imogen Poots, Dominic Cooper, Michael Keaton and Dakota Johnson, ‘Need for Speed’ is set for a March 14th release.
One thing Marvel has proved since it moved into the moviemaking arena is that it never likes to cover the same ground twice. Captain America’s second solo outing on the big screen is radically different from his first, replacing World War II-set action with modern day political intrigue, as Cap realises that 1940s values don’t necessarily apply in the 21st century.
“Watergate was probably the seminal moment for American politics where people realised that the government had specious motives that and that you couldn’t always trust your politicians,” Captain America: The Winter Soldier co-director Joe Russo tells SFX. “It pulled a layer away that could never be replaced. And I think with Snowden and Wikileaks… to reach back to the ‘70s thrillers seemed very logical. A political thriller cannot be considered a political thriller without some sort of relevancy to what’s currently happening. If the times aren’t tumultuous, it’s not a great backdrop for a political thriller. But we are in a very tumultuous period, and we felt that even though it was a superhero film there were certain themes we could explore that were more complicated and, again, relevant.”
As for where the boy scout-ish Cap fits into all that, Chris Evans says of his character’s arc that, “It’s about trying to come to terms with the definition of what right and wrong is. That is an emotional arc in my opinion.”
The latest issue of SFX leads with an exclusive look at Captain America – The Winter Soldier. We interview directors Joe and Anthony Russo, who tell us how they brought the star-spangled icon into a darker century – a journey that called for a brand new look for Cap, one that ditches the familiar red, white and blue for an altogether stealthier number.
“It was about a real world grounding approach to the character, in the spirit of Ed Brubaker’s book, which is postmodern and deconstructionist and a grounded thriller,” Joe Russo tells SFX. “We wanted to put Cap in a space where he’s a special forces operative for SHIELD who goes on missions around the world that are clandestine and sometimes require a certain level of anonymity or stealth. We wanted to use his Super Soldier outfit from the comic books as a way to represent, thematically, his place in the world of SHIELD and the difference between working for SHIELD and being Captain America. That’s something that gets explored on a very concrete level in terms of what outfits are used in the film. We didn’t feel like we were messing with the icon. People can say that they’re fans of the books if they’re only loyal to the ‘60s and ‘70s version of the character – well, then you’re a fan of that version of the character, but if you’ve been reading the books till the current runs then this is a journey that the character goes on and it’s a pretty explicit journey. We just felt like we were being faithful to the more recent issues of the books. The movie has a very thematic component in terms of the use of costumes. When you come to see the film I think you’ll understand why we made the choice we made.”
On Captain America's old friend/new foe
Brubaker’s tale resurrected Cap’s wartime sidekick Bucky Barnes, long believed dead but in truth an amnesiac assassin, assigned by the Soviet Union on black-ops missions. Just like the comic, the movie pits the shield-hurling Avenger against his comrade-in-arms, with all the fratricidal shiver that brings.
"The complexity of that relationship is so exciting to us on a character level," Anthony Russo tell us. "To have a friend who is also your enemy is just really mythical, in the Star Wars sense of Darth Vader being Luke’s father. It’s a very complex emotional relationship and that excites us, because we are very character-based in how we approach our storytelling.
One of the challenging things with Captain America is that his moral code is so strong and so clear and his strength so intense, so in order to tell a good story about a character like that you really have to find ways to threaten and undermine that character. The Winter Soldier is a great way to do that because not only on a superficial level is he a badass and equal to Cap in terms of strength, but he also has the ability to emotionally undermine Cap, and that’s really threatening. That was a fun thing to play with, to find a way for Cap to deal with that and resolve that.”
On 70s movie influences
"That chase sequence in The French Connection was one of the more visceral things ever put on film up to that point and it inspired a lot of people and changed the way that epeople thought about action moving forward. The other thing about 70s films is there's a certain verite to the action, and a narrative, but it's extended action. There's a walk chase in The French Connection that goes on for six or seven minutes, with very little dialogue, but you're following a very compelling narrative. It's an art form that De Palma used to execute brilliantly but hasn't been in movies recently. We thought it was a great opportunity to exploit that, so we have a really protracted car chase sequence that goes on for almost 10 minutes."
On Cap adjusting to the present day
"He's doing well with it," laughs Joe Russo. "It was really important to us early on - we talked about this with Chris and with Marvel - that we did not want to do the caveman lawyer from Saturday Night Live, who says 'How do I work this cellhone?' I think the conflict of the film is that some of the values he's trying to bring forward from the greatest generation are in complete conflict with the Miley Cyrus generation. And this movie is really about 'Is he going to be able to pull those values in the present or not?'"
On real world parallels
"The morality of drone technology is at the heart of this movie and also the concept of whistleblowing," says Joe Russo. "And the concept of pre-emptive strikes is in there," adds Anthony. "And a lot of the most complex moral issues in terms of the state of the world and the state of the security of the world. These are things that challenge Cap in a very strong way, especially as he's coming from a place in time when things were very black and white, Nazis vs. Allies." It sounds refreshingly bold for a blockbuster franchise, lobbing its steadfast 40s icon into the era of Assange and NSA surveillance scandals.
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Once again we stand in vigil while gazing at the broadcast schedule, watching and waiting to see which prime-time series will be the next to … snuff it.
Morbid, we know.
Here’s a status update on nearly all the current shows on the five broadcast networks. Though ratings are still key, a show’s fate is increasingly impacted by other factors: ABC’s Revenge would likely get axed if it weren’t for its impressive DVR numbers. The CW’s Reign has improved odds because of it’s co-produced in-house and ABC’s Neighbors may survive because the bar is lower on Fridays. So we spoke with insiders to try and craft an accurate prognosis for each show. Let’s start with …
How I Met Your Mother: Nice to meet you, mom! You kids have a nice life.
2 Broke Girls: Nothing broken here. Look for the girls to keep on serving.
Mike & Molly: Its numbers are just as good as New Girl, which is considered a “hit” at Fox. Since it’s from CBS’ MVP Chuck Lorre, it’s likely to earn another season.
Mom: See Mike & Molly.
Intelligence: Awfully dumb ratings, though adds 3 million viewers from DVRs. Too early to call.
Hostages: Nice CBS attempt to break out of its procedural drama grind, but it’s finished.
NCIS: No brainer.
NCIS: LA: Ditto
Person of Interest: Ditto squared.
Elementary: Ditto tripled.
Survivor: RENEWED Never has a show been more appropriately titled.
Criminal Minds: Fans just can’t enough of murdered women.
CSI: As long as Leslie Moonves is at CBS, CSI has a home.
Big Bang Theory: Of course.
The Millers: A pretty good shot.
The Crazy Ones: A relatively strong performer. Looks promising.
Two and a Half Men: A huge question mark given its falling ratings and high price tag.
Hawaii Five-0: A fine Friday night show for Joe Lunchpail. It’ll stick around.
Blue Bloods: Same as above, and recently hitting a series high in viewers didn’t hurt.
Amazing Race: No finish line in sight.
The Good Wife: Demo ratings are weak, but the show’s acclaim has guaranteed it a renewal.
The Mentalist: With Red John (the show’s big villain) dead, the veteran drama now has to creatively reboot. Must come back after the Olympics and perform well to keep its spot.
Sleepy Hollow: RENEWED
The Simpsons: RENEWED
MasterChef Jr: RENEWED
Bob’s Burgers: RENEWED
Family Guy: Will return.
The Following: Fewer following The Following, but Fox finagling a pickup.
Almost Human: Short circuited in the Nielsens and pricey too. Fox will abort.
Dads: We keep thinking this critically reviled comedy is dead. We keep hearing it’s not.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Soft numbers, but its ratings are now irrelevant — Fox put it after the Super Bowl and it won the Golden Globe for best comedy series. It’s assured a pickup.
The Mindy Project: Could use some self-improvement. Too soon to tell.
New Girl: Numbers are way down, but Zooey and Co. are still the network’s signature comedy.
American Idol: Yup, especially with fans not throwing things at their TVs this cycle. And new judge Harry Connick Jr is pretty charming.
Raising Hope: On the bubble. Feels like a show nobody talks about anymore.
Enlisted: Unlikely to re-enlist, unless the boys manage to maintain at least a semi-decent Friday number.
American Dad: Moving to TBS.
Rake: It’s still early but … we’re hearing it’s probably dead.
The X Factor: CANCELED.
The Bachelor: There are still plenty of single women willing to embarrass themselves on TV.
Dancing with the Stars: No plans to stop the music for at least one more cycle.
Castle: Currently enjoying its best season ever. Hell yes it’ll be back.
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD: Ambitious but disappointing. Surprisingly not a lock to return.
The Goldbergs: Not as ambitious but also disappointing. Straddles the fence.
Trophy Wife: Same.
The Middle: The family will stay intact.
Suburgatory: It’s not a beautiful day in this neighborhood. On the bubble.
Super Fun Night: Time to give up on this project, but not Rebel Wilson. She’ll be back on TV — just not in this.
The Taste: Bland to the tongue.
Grey’s Anatomy: Seattle Grace Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital will stay open.
Modern Family: Strong as oak.
Scandal: No shocking twist this season; Fitz and Liv will be back.
Nashville: Considered a “DVR hit.” Yup, that’s a thing now. Will likely return.
Last Man Standing: Against the tide because ABC doesn’t own it.
The Neighbors: With the tide because ABC owns it.
Shark Tank: Perfect Friday show and all-around utility player that recently hit a record high.
Once Upon a Time: Having its weakest season in the ratings, but Storybrooke has more tales to tell.
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: If you think a renewal is certain, you’re living in a fantasy land.
Betrayal: ABC wants to forget this torrid affair ever happened.
The Blacklist: RENEWED (NBC execs probably dream of doing nothing all day long but renewing this show over and over again).
The Voice: This one, too.
Biggest Loser: Will squeeze in another season.
Chicago Fire: Lots more blazes for the hotties to put out.
Chicago PD: The cops aren’t as popular as the firemen, but will probably stick around.
Revolution: Tough call. It’s owned by a rival studio, which doesn’t help. Perhaps a 13-episode season?
Law & Order: SVU: Should coast into another under-the-radar renewal.
Parks and Recreation: There’s nothing funny about NBC’s comedy block performance. Unless you consider failure funny, because then it’s hilarious. Parks is the best of the worst and will return.
Community: Would five seasons and a movie be okay? Definitely got a fair chance, though…
The Michael J. Fox Show: NBC got dizzy from spinning its decision to yank Fox from its schedule. Will the remaining episodes air? Probably. Will it return next season? You can bet your house against it.
Sean Saves the World: NBC didn’t even try to spin this one — CANCELED.
Parenthood: Modestly heroic numbers against strong competition with almost no lead-in. Will return for another generation.
Grimm: NBC still wants a Friday thriller block and Grimm remains the key.
Hannibal: Since season 2 hasn’t yet debuted in its new time slot, it’s far too early to say.
Dracula: Probably won’t rise again, yet NBC isn’t count-count-counting it out.
Supernatural: The CW’s president says the show can continue as long as it wants with these numbers.
The Vampire Diaries: Assured.
The Originals: Can’t kill the vamps.
Reign: Looking pretty good for business-y reasons — CBS runs production on this show and is a co-owner of The CW. Plus, first-year Reign has more potential to improve than, say, Beauty, which is about to burn through its second chance.
Hart of Dixie: The CW wants to see how it does on Fridays starting in March. It must at least beat how The Carrie Diaries performed in the slot.
Beauty and the Beast: Not quite dead yet. Has a shot at a short-order, if only because The CW likes to give their multi-year shows some final seasons.
Tomorrow People: Future doesn’t look bright.
Carrie Diaries: Almost certainly done. Don’t wake us up before you go-go.
Here come the grooms! Reza Farahan and fiancé Adam Neely revealed the surprise news of their engagement Wednesday (the star popped the question back in August) and the couple have already started thinking about their big day.
"We're just now starting to discuss the actual wedding," Reza tells the Dish. "And I can tell you that it will definitely be a small and intimate affair."
As for a location, Reza and Adam are thinking of making it a destination wedding. "It'll most likely be somewhere exotic!" he says.
Still, the pair are in no rush to tie the knot. They've been keeping busy by renovating their new condo; they have yet to set a date. "That is still up in the air," he says. "Stay tuned!"
Over the last few seasons of Shahs, fans have watched as Reza has struggled with his family accepting his sexuality. But he says that his relationship with his parents—and his partner-to-be—have improved. "They adore Adam," Reza said.
And he's thrilled to start the next chapter with Adam: "I finally met the love of my life...I've lived my life with one foot in and the other out. [Getting engaged] was the catalyst for me to shut the door on my whoreish ways for good!"
Say what you will about Bravolebrities, but they seem to have some sort of reality sisterhood of the traveling famewhores bond. Where there's one, there's usually two or three more..and a camera, of course! Lilly Ghalichi, Joanna Krupa and Romain Zago were spotted hanging out in L.A., having a lunch date (and an impromptu photo shoot).
Joanna has been angling for a reality TV project closer to her "real" home in L.A. She's hinted that she'd love to boot Brandi Glanville's ass to the curb and join up with the ladies of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Joanna has also been spending a lot of time with Lilly lately, so maybe she's shifted her sights and is presently sifting through Ancestry.com as we speak, hoping to find a distant relative born in Iran so she can join Shahs of Sunset with her new bestie. I would actually pay good money to see Joanna give Reza a Miami-style smackdown. Or to watch a Joanna Vs. MJ drink off!
Or maybe Joanna and Lilly are hoping Bravo will give them their own show, Glam Girls of the Hollywood Hills (meh, that's not a good one..we need to brainstorm a fitting title). Although, I'm not sure Lilly has time for filming because she spends 80% of her day in the makeup chair while her Ghalichi Glam Squad gets her ready for the day, as she OD's us on selfies and swimsuit sales.
Bravo has several new hit shows in 2014 and one of them is 100 Days of Summer. Examiner was given the opportunity to talk to Pascale Wellin via e-mail and find out details on the show including information about season two. Here is what she had to say today:
Rumors are flying that this show was filmed almost two years ago. Is that true?
It is. It was filmed two summers ago.
What is your jewelry line and how can your fans find it?
The line is a collaboration between my mother and I. We design custom made jewelry. Our pieces have a very industrial feel to them, and they are available by inquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org
How did you end up on "100 Days of Summer"?
I grew up in Chicago, my entire life at the time was in that city and as such I had a large social network there. One of my acquaintances, Vince Anzalone, approached me about a show documenting young professionals in Chicago and it peeked my interest. We all knew one another to varying degrees, but Vince is the one who really brought us all together.
What are you most excited for fans to see this season?
I always think it's fascinating to see how real relationships change, that's what makes reality tv shows so addicting. And a lot of changes happen throughout our season. Friendships fall apart, new ones form, love grows, businesses succeed and fail to varying degrees. All during a summer in Chicago. Have you been to Chicago in the summer? It's amazing. The city is beautiful, and its people come alive.
What can fans expect to see the rest of the season?
There's drama to be sure, but I try and stay out of it as best as I can. What transpired earlier in the summer really was a blessing in disguise. It forced me to focus on what was most important to me, which is my mother's and my jewelry line. Our work takes some twists and turns, but I close out the season with a happy ending, and you can't beat that.
Is there any news on season 2 yet? If so, would you be interested in doing it again?
No news yet, but I can say hands down now that I would be 100% interested in filming another season.
RealityTea, Examiner, BravoTV
Has breakfast in Germany:
Drew Barrymore eating during Fashion Week:
Kelly Rowland has healthy breakfast:
Mindy Kaling wants pie:
Ellie Goulding likes little bananas:
Laura Prepon has a drink:
Shakira eats a donut:
Danielle Brooks has chocolate and wine:
Angela Kinsey's Sunday night snacks and treats:
Chrissy Teigen and her friend have paella for girl's night:
Chrissy makes chicken:
Oprah harvests kale, cabbage, spinach, onions, celery, lettuce, cilantro, lemons, limes, and oranges:
Kourtney Kardashian does some "pre-Valentine's Day" baking:
Kendall Jenner eats French toast topped with warm caramel and Rice Krispies:
Raven Symone's "period food:"
Avril Lavigne has these treats in Tokyo:
Lupita Nyong'o has sukuma wiki:
Eats some treats at the nominee luncheon for the Oscars:
Kacey Musgraves drinks some of this:
Mac Miller has carrying some tequila shots:
"Still going strong" on the tequila:
Drinks some more:
Has some 5 Guys:
Daddy Yankee's birthday cake:
Round one of Don Omar's birthday. Shots:
Round three, lobster bisque:
Marlon Wayans eats this. Says he's "bout that unhealthy life:"
Jared leto eats popcorn:
The result of his attempt at making vegan pancakes:
Making pancakes again:
Nicky Hilton has a banana split:
Has a pizza:
Christina Milian has ceviche served in a cracked coconut cabbage avacado & jicama salad and fresh Habanero hot sauce, and a side of fresh coconut water:
Emmy Rossum has a lollipop:
Eva Longoria and Liya Kebede struggling to make tea:
The treats a Gwen Stefani's baby shower:
Gwen eating cake:
Britney Spears' sister eats this:
Makes her own iced green tea:
Has tea again:
forever haunted by wax liam...
"Only Lovers Left Alive" Official Soundtrack Tracklisting
01. Streets Of Detroit - SQÜRL
02. Funnel Of Love - SQÜRL (featuring Madeline Follin)
03. Sola Gratia (Part 1) - Jozef Van Wissem& SQÜRL
04. The Taste Of Blood - Jozef Van Wissem & SQÜRL
05. Diamond Star - SQÜRL
06. Please Feel Free To Piss In The Garden - SQÜRL
07. Spooky Action At A Distance - SQÜRL
08. Streets Of Tangier - Jozef Van Wissem & SQÜRL
09. In Templum Dei - Jozef Van Wissem (featuring Zola Jesus)
10. Sola Gratia (Part 2) - Jozef Van Wissem & SQÜRL
11. Our Hearts Condemn Us - Jozef Van Wissem
12. Hal - Yasmine Hamdan
13. Only Lovers Left Alive - Jozef Van Wissem & SQÜRL
14. This Is Your Wilderness - Jozef Van Wissem & SQÜRL
MUSIC ( SOURCE )
Perfect moody soundtrack for chilling out or even making out... Bless! <3
And the Tompocalypse continues... There is basically no end in sight.