03:27 PM EDT 05/03/2016
Originally posted 04/27/2016 04:30PM
Arrow recently said goodbye to original cast member Katie Cassidy, who played Laurel Lance/Black Canary and was killed off in last week's episode. Her departure has been especially hard for Paul Blackthorne, who stars as her father Quentin Lance, and tells PEOPLE he was "very sad" when he found out about it.
Originally posted 03/24/2016 11:00AM
This Friday, a little movie titled Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters. Perhaps you may have seen an advertisement or two about it. The film marks the first official pairing of Bats and Supes in a feature film. Surely there are longtime fans eager to see them pec-to-pec, but some fans will be excited about the film's other big debut: Wonder Woman.
Originally posted 12/01/2015 11:15AM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4628498939001"] The notion of watching horror movies on Christmas seems downright heretical. After all, the yuletide season is supposed to bring cheer and good will toward your fellow man. But there's a certain segment of the population that likes to cut that mirth with some more subversive fun, and it's people like that who will probably go see the new Christmas-themed horror movie Krampus.
Originally posted 02/25/2015 06:40PM
As Arrow's third season finale draws near, things are getting pretty real in Starling City.
Not only has Thea (Willa Holland) learned that her brother (Stephen Amell) is Arrow, but just last week she found out that she was actually the one who killed Sara (Caity Lotz). Furthermore, Oliver's forced alliance with Malcolm (John Barrowman) is shakier than ever following Malcolm's attempt to make Oliver a killer once again.
In an exclusive chat with PEOPLE in advance of Wednesday's episode, "Nanda Parbat," Amell talked all things Queen, Lance, Merlyn and even Smoak – though Olicity shippers should probably gird themselves for a little disappointment.
Originally posted 10/15/2014 01:45PM
The actress and her Tomboy KC co-blogger take us inside their shoot for 'the perfect accessory'
Originally posted 10/22/2012 12:40PM
The Twilight Saga might be coming to a close, but Robert Pattinson's career continues to make headlines.
Deadline confirmed that Pattinson will star opposite Carey Mulligan in Hold On To Me, the inspired-by-true-events story of a kidnapping gone wrong directed by James Marsh (who won Oscars for his films Man On Wire and Project Nim). The steamy crime drama follows a couple who kidnap the richest man in town for ransom and bury him.
Glee and Gossip Girl also announced a slew of cameos, while Aaron Paul secured a very different film role for the Breaking Bad star.
Keep up with who has been cast below:
Originally posted 06/21/2010 08:15AM
The side entrance pops open with a bang and Selena Gomez, Leighton Meester and Katie Cassidy – intent upon escaping their tour group tour – come bursting out, rushing down steps. The director, Tom Bezucha, shouts "Cut!," and the girls dissolve into giggles before, arms around each other, resuming their places for another take.
It was the scene at the Eiffel Tower early Monday morning as the shooting of Monte Carlo, a romantic comedy costarring Glee's Corey Monteith, set for release next year.
After seven weeks filming together inside Budapest studios, one on set source tells PEOPLE, they couldn't wait to get outside – even in near freezing temperatures. 'They really get along really well. You can see they've gotten to be friends on this ... It's like a trip that way. There's this chemistry and sometimes it's almost conspiratorial, but these girls really adore each other."
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