Top Stories

Exclusive News, Pictures, and Videos

Baz Luhrmann Casts His Female Lead for Netflix's 'The Get Down' (Exclusive)

Baz Luhrmann has found his new leading lady. Newcomer Herizen Guardiola will star in the director’s new Netflix original series The Get Down, can exclusively reveal.

The 18-year-old singer/songwriter will make her acting debut as Mylene Cruz, a shining, tenacious girl with a voice from God who dreams of disco stardom from the confines of her family’s fiercely religious church walls.

Baz is directing the first two episodes and the season finale. He will also serve as the executive producer of the 13-episode music-driven drama.

“So many really talented actors were seen to play the lead female role of Mylene Cruz, daughter of Reverend Ramon Cruz and niece of Papa Filipe Fuerte Cruz in The Get Down. It’s always thrilling to find a fresh unknown talent, particularly one who is not only a terrific actor but a magnificent vocalist,” Baz said in an exclusive statement. “The entire The Get Down team welcome Herizen Guardiola into our story.”

Click inside to read the complete synopsis for the new series… More Here! »

Michiel Huisman Goes Shirtless in New 'Age of Adaline' Image (Exclusive)

Michiel Huisman shows off his killer body while getting into character in this still from his upcoming movie Age of Adaline, given exclusively to

Also starring Blake Lively, Kathy Baker, Amanda Crew, Harrison Ford, and Ellen Burstyn, the film follows Adaline Bowman (Lively), who after miraculously remaining 29 years old for almost eight decades, has lived a solitary existence, never allowing herself to get close to anyone who might reveal her secret.

But a chance encounter with charismatic philanthropist Ellis Jones (Huisman) reignites her passion for life and romance. When a weekend with his parents (Ford and Baker) threatens to uncover the truth, Adaline makes a decision that will change her life forever.

Age of Adaline hits theaters on April 24! Check out more stills from the movie below!

More Here! »

michael huisman age adaline exclusive image 01
michael huisman age adaline exclusive image 02
michael huisman age adaline exclusive image 03
michael huisman age adaline exclusive image 04
michael huisman age adaline exclusive image 05

Kevin Bigley's Dream 'Sirens' Guest Star Is Also His Celeb Crush!

Kevin Bigley is one of the breakout stars of USA’s comedy series Sirens and now he is opening up to about his hit show, his dream guest star, and so much more.

The show is currently reaching the end of its second season. It follows Chicago’s best EMTs Johnny (Michael Mosley), Hank (Kevin Daniels) and Brian (Bigley) as they navigate their way through professional and personal drama. Together the comedy-trio discusses and debates its way through life issues, including chance versus coincidence, white knights versus nightingales and strippers versus magicians.

Kevin has a long resume of some awesome guest starring roles and he will soon be seen in the upcoming movie Delinquent.

Make sure to watch a new episode of Sirens TONIGHT (April 7) at 10/9c on USA. Then, tune in next week for the season two finale!

Click inside to read our exclusive interview with Kevin Bigley… More Here! »

kevin bigley sirens interview 01
kevin bigley sirens interview 02
kevin bigley sirens interview 03

James Marsden Gets Suited Up in a Sexy Behind-the-Scenes Look at His GQ Shoot (Exclusive)

James Marsden looks like one dapper dude in a bow tie during a photo shoot for an upcoming issue of GQ Style Taiwan.

The 41-year-old actor was given the honor to be on the cover of the first ever issue of Conde Nast Intercoulture’s GQ Style Taiwan.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of James Marsden

Take a look at the behind-the-scenes sneak peek for James‘ shoot with the mag, given exclusively to, below.

GQ Style Taiwan’s Behind the Scenes Just Jared Exclusive Look with James Marsden

More Here! »

james marsden gq tawain style 01
james marsden gq tawain style 02
james marsden gq tawain style 03
james marsden gq tawain style 04
james marsden gq tawain style 05

Jake Robinson on NBC's Ambitious Drama 'American Odyssey'

Check out this brand new interview with Jake Robinson on his highly-anticipated new show American Odyssey.

The 24-year-old actor, who quickly became a fan favorite on the short-lived CW series The Carrie Diaries, stars as political activist Harrison Walters in the new NBC drama.

The show follows three stories – Jake‘s Harrison, a female Special Forces soldier (Anna Friel), and a disillusioned corporate lawyer (Peter Facinelli) – as their lives unexpectedly collide amid a massive military-industrial-complex conspiracy that proves a major U.S. corporation is funding the jihadists.

We caught up with Jake to chat about how he got the role, his experience filming on location in New York City, and more.

American Odyssey airs Sunday, April 5 @ 10PM on NBC! And be sure to follow Jake on Twitter to get more scoop on the show ahead of its premiere! My first thought after watching the pilot was that it didn’t seem like your typical network show. Were you surprised that NBC had a script like this and wanted to take this on?

Jake Robinson: Yeah, you know Robert Greenblatt comes from Showtime and I feel like he is always trying to break the mold of what network is. And I think networks are constantly having to adapt and change because of different platforms and how people are viewing content. I was definitely impressed by his risk-taking. But also at the same time, I was like yeah, I think this is kind of where most networks need to head in order to compete.

Click inside to read the rest of our interview with Jake Robinson More Here! »

jake robinson american odyssey exclusive clip 01
jake robinson american odyssey exclusive clip 02
jake robinson american odyssey exclusive clip 03
jake robinson american odyssey exclusive clip 04
jake robinson american odyssey exclusive clip 05

Jesse McCartney Bursts Out In Color On 'Livid' Mag Cover (Exclusive)

Jesse McCartney kicks it up in this cool new shot from Livid Magazine, provided exclusively to

Here’s what the 27-year-old musician and actor had to share:

On his newest album: “‘In Technicolor’ is a collection of songs that has a modern take on retro pop. Produced mainly by The Elev3n, together we decided to make something that felt fresh but still familiar. I was on a daily diet of Prince, Earth Wind and Fire, Michael Jackson and Kool and the Gang, artists that made a big impact on me musically. I’d say this album is my proudest musical achievement.”

On his personal favorite on the album: “I think ‘The Other Guy’ is one of my personal favorites. A song that was written about a love triangle, ‘The Other Guy’ definitely showcases what I can do vocally and says something that most have never heard from a male’s perspective before.”

On how his influences changed: “As I got older, in my early teen years, I started shaping my voice and developing a style that was heavily influenced by singers like Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles, but the popular artists at the time were also very influential to me, Craig David and Daniel Bedingfield. Those 2 guys were especially great at rhythmic singing. Their voices were smooth and their pocket was undeniable. It was like listening to an amazing drum-kit if drums had a melody. That’s when I realized that I wanted to be a Pop/R&B Singer.”

You can purchase a hard copy of Livid on the website.

jesse mccartney livid mag exclusive spread 01
jesse mccartney livid mag exclusive spread 02
jesse mccartney livid mag exclusive spread 03
jesse mccartney livid mag exclusive spread 04
jesse mccartney livid mag exclusive spread 05

Diplo Opens Up to 'Interview' Mag About 'Amazing' Chemistry With Madonna (Exclusive)

Diplo gets the black and white treatment in this new feature for the latest issue of Interview magazine.

Here’s what the 36-year-old DJ/producer had to share with the mag’s interviewer Rick Rubin:

On balancing work and family: “You have to have some time. I have two children now, and every day I break up my day around three and I pick up my son, then go see my other son till seven. I have to do that because I’m away on the weekends working.”

On working with Madonna: “The chemistry was just, like, awesome. Right from the beginning, she was like, ‘Let’s do whatever you want to do.’ I had kind of a vision of how she can sound in 2015 and not be forced. And she went for it. I’m proud of the songs.”

On how the music industry has changed: “I feel like 20 years ago that might have been an issue, because you needed a whole label machine to push something out. And if you had a flop, it was harder to recover. But nowadays, make another funny video or get on another social media outlet. It’s about you selling the personality more than it is about selling the actual records you’re making, you know?”

For more on Dilpo, visit

diplo interview magazine exclusive 01
diplo interview magazine exclusive 02

A Member of Townsquare Entertainment News | Advertise here