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This week, PerezTV interviewed two hunks who are sure to heat up your July 4th holiday!
First up, Dylan Sprayberry talks about his role on Teen Wolf and more. See what he revealed in this behind-the-scenes video from our photo shoot:
You may know him from So You Think You Can Dance and Ellen, but tWitch discusses his big (and we mean BIG) screen role in Magic Mike XXL and even shows off some of his male stripper moves! Better have some dollars ready:
If you like watching a bunch of articulate teens getting stalked and butchered by a masked serial killer, then you'll LOVE MTV's television adaptation of Scream!
The horror series premiered on Tuesday, and while the kill count barely took off, it definitely kept the spirit of the Wes Craven horror movie alive and well.
Series showrunner Jill Blotevogel revealed the secret of taking the 1996 slasher movie and re-structuring it into a 10 episode arc allows for more time to be spent on developing characters and adding an MTV-appropriate amount of teen drama to the mix!
Here are 5 things that Blotevogel revealed we can expect from the horror tv show! SPOILERS BELOW!
1. ) Things are going to take some time for all hell to break loose.
MTV stars are dying over the new Scream television adaptation … literally!
In a brand new promo, the network's biggest stars meet their grisly deaths.
Awkward'sAshley Rickards and Molly Tarlov, Faking It's Rita Volk and Katie Stevens, Teen Wolf'sTyler Posey and Holland Roden, Finding Carter's Alex Saxon and Anna Jacoby-Heron, Ridiculousness co-stars Steelo Brim and Chanel West Coast and The Challenge's Johnny Bananas and Leroy all fall prey to a masked, mass murderer.
We're so happy that these two co-collaborators are still keeping it amicable!
There were rumors going around that Jennifer Lawrence and director David O. Russell got into a screaming match on the set of Joy, but it gives us great joy to tell you that it was not actually a spat between the pair!
David was apparently getting J.Law pumped up for a fight scene and that their heated exchange was meant to bring out a certain performance he wanted, according to a Fox 2000 rep: