Matt Lauria knows how to play rough. Despite being one of the nicer people in Hollywood, the actor has a history of portraying dark characters haunted by their pasts. On DIRECTV’s new drama Kingdom, Lauria plays MMA fighter Ryan Wheeler, whose personal mantra “Destroyer” (tattooed in large letters across his chest) represents his approach to his life both in and out of the cage.
For weeks, Big Morning Buzz Live has sought a social buzz reporter to temporarily join the show. With the help of DreamJobbing.com, Nick Lachey and the crew sifted through thousands of video submissions and narrowed the field to just four outstanding hopefuls.
If you loved Daniel Radcliffe before, you will love him even more now, especially if you are a rap fan. Watching Radcliffe rap the super difficult “Alphabet Aerobics” by Blackalicious will be the best thing you see on the Internet today.
Now that the VH1 Pop Queen Faceoff is well underway, let’s take some time to draw attention to your favorite divas on the silver screen. We’re putting the spotlight on the various film debuts of some of these stars like Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Lady Gaga. From The Smurfs to Burlesque, these movies featured the multi-talented singers who had the guts to try their hand at acting. Remember when Whitney Houston sang “I Will Always Love You” in The Bodyguard? Did you catch Taylor Swift playing a high school sweetheart in Valentine’s Day?
There’s no doubting that the new season of American Horror Story is the most frightening and perverse yet. While a number of creator Ryan Murphy’s actors — Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, and Evan Peters — have returned, the fourth iteration of the series has also featured a number of new faces. Among them are newcomer Finn Wittrock as the devilish man-child, Dandy Motts, Michael Chiklis as the freak show’s resident strong man, and Wes Bentley as the two-faced Edward Mordrake. While all three have made their own impact on Freak Show, none of them have been more severe than Twisty the Clown played by John Carroll Lynch.
Marvel continues to dominate the big screen, Ray and Janay Rice don’t find Halloween costumes based on themselves amusing, the evil Vee will not be returning to Orange Is the New Black, and more in Last Lap.