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Originally posted 02/14/2014 03:35PM
The Scooby Gang is back in action!
Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans dying for an onscreen reunion got a taste of what could be Thursday, when the chosen one herself Tweeted a sweet photo with two former castmates.
Sarah Michelle Gellar, 36, posted a picture with Michelle Trachtenberg and Seth Green on the set of her new show The Crazy Ones.
Originally posted 10/07/2012 11:45AM
"Abandon all hope ye who enter here," warns the sign greeting guests to the Gates of Hell – as if they even had to say it.
Welcome to Halloween Horror Nights at California's Universal Studios Hollywood, which, like its sister park in Orlando, Fla., decks itself out on select nights this month for that scariest of holidays. Having frightened brave-hearted visitors witless since 2006, Universal's multiple walk-through horror mazes include this year's newest attraction, a ghoul-filled Dead Inside zombie apocalypse inspired by AMC's The Walking Dead (whose third season premieres Oct. 14).
"You need to be emotionally involved in order to be drawn into the horror," Halloween Horror Nights creative director John Murdy, stepping over empty shotgun shells amid the piped-in ersatz scent of rotting corpses, recently told PEOPLE at the entrance to the Walking Dead maze, which features actual scenes and props from the series.
Originally posted 10/17/2010 02:30PM
Self-professed comic-book geeks Seth Green and his new wife Clare Grant boast a giant collection of toys, comics and video games. Just don't ask them to share it right now.
"We might be together a long time before we think about kids," model-actress Grant, 31, said at last weekend's New York Comic Con, which she attended with Green, 36.
For now, the fanboy couple is focusing on each other – and on scoring laughs, having recently teamed for a viral parody of Katy Perry's "California Gurls."
Originally posted 06/16/2010 04:00PM
After tying the knot a little more than a month ago, Seth Green and Clare Grant aren't working on perfecting their marriage. They have bigger, tastier things to worry about – like making perfect pancakes.
"What we've been doing a lot of is trying to perfect – we got all of those Star Wars pancake molds from Williams-Sonoma for our wedding – so we've been perfecting the art of pancakes," Grant told PEOPLE at a benefit for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation on Sunday. "It's not as easy as it sounds."
Originally posted 05/21/2010 10:15AM
It helps for a couple to have romantic chemistry. For Seth Green and his new bride Clare Grant, romance came after a shared passion for comic books, television and fast food.
Green, 36, and Grant, 30, first met in 2007 at the reopening of their favorite comic book store, Golden Apple Comics, where Green was on-hand to sign autographs and Grant was photographing the event.
"We met that night but didn't have the opportunity to connect," he tells PEOPLE. "Then we met each other a second time at Comic-Con. We both had so much in common and kept running in to each other throughout the week."
After a mutual friend passed Grant's phone number to Green, the two met up for, as Green puts it, "a play date."
Originally posted 05/04/2010 12:00PM
They started as friends in 2007, began dating in 2008 and on Saturday, May 1, they made it official.
Actor-producer Seth Green, 36, and actress Clare Grant, 30, were married in a private vineyard in Northern California. "We can't believe we found each other," the couple said in a statement. "We've never been happier!"
Grant wore a tiered Oscar de la Renta gown, and Green donned a custom-made suit from Dennis Kim, a source tells PEOPLE. Tarina Tarantino, the designer at whose Sephora launch party the couple were spotted in February, designed the bridal headpiece and the groom's cufflinks. Barry Jay Jewelers designed the bride's wedding and engagement rings.
Adding to the intimacy of the ceremony, Craig Brewer, who cast Grant in the lead of his MTV series $5 Cover, officiated at the wedding.
Originally posted 05/03/2010 12:45AM
Seth Green is officially off the market: The actor married model/actress Clare Grant on Saturday, his rep confirms to PEOPLE.
Green and Grant tied the knot at a private vineyard in Northern California, according to a source.
Green is the executive producer and co-creator of Robot Chicken for which Grant also does voice-overs. The actor is an original cast member of Family Guy and still voices son Chris.
Originally posted 02/25/2010 03:45PM
Female fans of Seth Green might soon be green with envy: The actor is engaged to model/actress Clare Grant, PEOPLE has confirmed.
Green, 36, and Grant, 30, attended the Tarina Tarantino Sephora launch party in Hollywood Wednesday and were seen cuddling at the valet stand, but were tightlipped about details of their upcoming nuptials, according to E! News. A source tells PEOPLE that despite reports, the couple did not get engaged on New Year's Eve.
Green is the executive producer and co-creator of Robot Chicken for which Grant also does voice-overs. The actor, who was an original cast member of Family Guy, will next appear in Disney's Mars Needs Moms.
Originally posted 07/21/2009 04:15PM
Originally posted 03/05/2008 11:30AM
Pete Wentz and his band Fall Out Boy are getting acquainted with the Amish. But there are no plans to trade their tour bus for a horse and carriage anytime soon.
That's because the rockers are guest starring in Sex Drive, a teen comedy starring Seth Green which is filming in Belle Glade, Fla., MTV.com reports. In the film, Wentz and his band's tour bus breaks down, stranding the guys in the middle of Amish country. And that's where Seth Green comes in. The actor – seen sporting a beard for the role –plays Ezekiel, who agrees to fix the band's bus if they will perform at a party he's throwing.
During a break in filming, Wentz joked with MTV News about Green's faux-beard. "Seth grew this beard in a Petri dish," he said. Responded Green: "It was actually cured from some of [Fall Out Boy guitarist] Joe's [Trohman] private areas."
The beard may not be authentic, but Green told MTV he's devoted to portraying the Amish respectfully – well, sort of. "I want to make sure the Amish have a voice," he quipped. Answered Wentz: "It's very unofficial, right?"
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