Follow him @rasonjalph where he posts pictures of his dogs, NYC sightings and a few behind the scenes moments from the set of . So tweet him and he'll f#cking tweet you back, please? Fun fact: Summer was born in Pasadena, California but she and her family moved overseas when she was three, to Saudi Arabia and later to Bahrain.
Fun fact: Hale graduated from the famed La Guardia High School of the Performing Arts and Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama. Fun fact: Arjun is the co-founder of American Desis, a podcast that explores what it means to be South Asian in America. She returned back to the states when she was nearly 14 years old. She's a lover-- her timeline is full of things that she loves: red lipstick, Starbucks, and Japanese nail art to name a few. Fun fact: Olivia is a part of 5 Second Films, a collective that creates new films every weekday. Follow her @oliviadudley for behind the scenes 5 Second Films details and other pics of her palling around with friends.
But Swift isn’t okay with all this speculation about her relationship details.
According to Huffington Post, the “Blank Space” artist, who performed at the 2014 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show alongside Kloss who walked the runway, took to Twitter to announce to the media what the deal is. All other photos courtesy of Gawker and Huffington Post) Read more Celebrity News at Cliché Magazine.
You'll get to know more about their magician selves soon but in the meanwhile, get acquainted with the actors as themselves- they're a pretty cool group of characters.
The story: Based upon Lev Grossman's best-selling books, follows Quentin Coldwater, a brilliant grad student who enrolls in Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy, a secret upstate New York university specializing in magic.
So basically, he's kind of a big deal in the theatre world. He's new to the land of Twitter so tweet and retweet him.
It is totally sexist, and Margo is a modern girl all the way.
Buzz Feed got a sneak peek at the cast, and a chance to talk to the writers and executive producers, Sera Gamble and John Mc Namara, in a phone interview. "I ordered it because I — technically a grown woman — still want to be entertained by stories about people who have magic in their lives."Gamble is likely best known for her work as writer and showrunner on The CW's Supernatural; more recently, she's worked on the upcoming NBC crime drama Aquarius, which Mc Namara created.
Maybe Ralph doesn't look quite as awkward as the Quentin readers have envisioned, but Gamble and Mc Namara are certain he's the one."We worked with Jason on Aquarius, where he played a character that could have been a one-off in the pilot," said Gamble.
I can’t play her in a way that would lessen the blow of her actions, because that would not be truthful.
Being able to separate my thoughts on it and just doing it saved me from steering the performance away from Margo’s truth.