While we deeply appreciate Jake Ballard & Olivia Pope‘s crazy chemistry on “Scandal,” it seems as though Scott Foley echoes his co-star’s sentiment when he says those scenes aren’t easy to make. In an interview with People, the actor admits that getting ready for those steamy scenes is not as easy as one might think. The hunky actor 42-year-old admitted:
“Oh yeah, it takes over my life. It’s horrendous,” he [says] jokingly. “You’ve got to be prepared that at a table read, you’re going to sit down, read the script and think, ‘Oh God, I can’t eat tomorrow!’ “
He also revealed that once he got news that he would have to be on a beach somewhere for the show, he knew he had to put in some serious work. He started working with famed trainer Gunnar Peterson and a nutritionist. Scott also admitted that having to be half-naked in front of millions of people has taken over aspects of his life, saying:
We’ll be in the middle of watching “Survivor” and my wife is like, ‘What are you doing?’ And I’m just like, ‘I’ve got to do some push-ups, babe.’ That’s what you do when you know that 12 to 15 million people are going to see you without your shirt on.”
One of the best things to come out of late night television has returned, and that is Jimmy Kimmel Live’s “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets” segment.
This time, it features A-listers such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Adam Sandler, John Stamos, Lisa Kudrow, and more. Never disappointing, the segment questioned some of these celebrities’ works, called them names, and as always, compared them to some animal genitalia.
Watch the hilarity above.
Fans of “Pitch Perfect,” today is your luck day. The trailer for “Pitch Perfect 2” has just been released and it is everything one can wish for. “When I’m Gone,” the super-popular cup song is back, all the gals are together (Who doesn’t love Fat Amy?), and they are going for new levels of A capella greatness.
The new trailer, begins with an A capella rendition of the cup song, and shows the Barden Bellas try to be the best A capella group across the globe. There also seems to be some new bullies around and some possible Treble trouble.
Watch the trailer above.
“Breaking Bad” may be over, but show runners Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould know how to quell our sadness. The creators of the hit show have made a prequel, which shows popular “Breaking Bad” attorney Saul six years before he met Walter White. According to E! Online:
This February, during AMC’s first ever two-night series premiere event, we’re going to introduce Jimmy McGill to the world. Known to Breaking Bad fans as Saul Goodman, viewers will soon discover Saul wasn’t always Albuquerque’s top criminal (criminal) lawyer,” AMC President Charlie Collier said.
The network seems to have high hopes for the show since it is not only going to be on for 10 episodes in season one, but it has already been green-lit for 13 episodes in season two.
“Saturday Night Live” has announced its superstar-packed December line-up.
Among some of the names mentioned are the always-committed James Franco, with music guest Nicki Minaj, actor Martin Freeman with musical guest Charlie XCX, and Amy Fisher accompanied by musical guest One Direction.
This is going to be one hell of a holiday season for “SNL.” Will you be tuning in?
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