Now that Nina Dobrev has said goodbye to "The Vampire Diaries," many of her fans can't wait to see what the actress does next in her career. As previously reported, Dobrev left because she wants to make movies, but a new report claims that the 26-year old is thinking about appearing in "Dancing With the Stars" for its 21st season.
According to Hollywood Life, siblings Julianne and Derek Hough are convincing Dobrev to be in the show for its fall premiere. Derek reportedly dated Dobrev in the past, and though things didn't work out between them, the two are said to remain close, especially since Julianne is one of the actress' best friends.
"Nina has been asked by both Julianne and Derek to join the show," a source tells Hollywood Life. "And if she does next season Derek will be her partner. And Nina is really considering it. If she doesn't have a job by the fall she will do it." more >>
A program where couples have sex inside a soundproof box before discussing their relationship issues has been canceled after just five episodes.
"Sex Box," a program that aired on the cable channel WE TV, was pulled from the airwaves following low ratings and protests from social conservative groups.
In a statement released earlier this week, WE TV said that the program "did not connect with large numbers of viewers" but may return to television in the near future. more >>
One day after Jodi Arias was sentenced to life in prison without parole, her lawyer, Jennifer Willmott, is speaking about the convicted murderer being really "chatty and smiley", but being in court forced her to refrain from showing that side of her personality.
Willmott is one of two attorneys at Arias' side from the start of her trial for the murder of her on-off boyfriend Travis Alexander in December 2012 until Arias was sentenced on Monday, April 13.
Wilmott said that in spite of her plea to the court on Monday, where Arias said she viewed the death penalty as a release because then she would be free, Arias was actually afraid of a death sentence. more >>
Just 18 months ago, in an announcement that they had hired Mark Smith to be their new senior pastor, top officials at the First Baptist Jackson Church in Mississippi said they had fallen "in love" and described him as God's man and "God's will" for the job. In a surprising turn of events this week, however, Smith abruptly quit, declaring in his rejection of the job that he is not the man for their church.
"After prayer, meeting with others, seeking counsel from the church staff, and study, [Smith] senses he is not the man to lead First Jackson into the future," a press release from the church read.
These sentiments are a sharp departure from the excitement and Godly conviction Sam Peeples, chairman of the nine-member pastor search committee that unanimously recommended Smith's hiring publicly shared with the congregation in a report on his hiring in September 2013. more >>
Colton Haynes has just departed his co-starring role in CW's "Arrow," leaving the titular character without a sidekick.
Fans of the superhero crime fighting CW television series, "Arrow" may have to get used to the absence of Roy Harper from the show, as Colton Haynes will be making his departure from Starling City after his contract with the show ended after season three.
Last week, the man known as Arsenal staged his own death while in prison, made his escape, and eventually his exit from Team Arrow, as well. more >>
"Jurassic World" will open in theaters this June but little is known about the film except that it is set 22 years after "Jurassic Park."
The recent brief promotional footage of "Jurassic World: The Park is Open" offers little information. The premise is that the park is open for more than 20 years, but people somehow got tired of the dinosaurs. In order to revive the interest, a team of scientists were able to successfully create a genetically modified hybrid called "Indominus Rex" to rake in numbers of tourists and visitors. In the reopened park, tourists can watch the dinosaurs while they feed on sharks and even play around them while inside giant hamster balls.
After being used as an entertainment fare for tourists and visitors of the park, all hell breaks loose when "Indominus Rex" starts killing other dinosaurs. It was then that they realize that the genetically modified dinosaur is a "highly intelligent" animal that "will kill anything that moves." more >>