After a 10-month engagement, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel tied the knot Friday in southern Italy, People reports.
When Shailene Woodley was cast in ABC Family's The Secret Life of the American Teenager, little did she know she's spend a quarter of her life filming the series.
"When I signed on, I didn't think about award shows, magazines, the amount of episodes, but to get this far and accomplish 100, it's crazy to wrap your head around," Woodley tells TVGuide.com. "The most exciting thing about it is that all of us have seen each other grow and have a lot of first experiences on the show. It's really special to have those kinds of people in your life."
Former 7th Heaven dweller Beverley Mitchell has tied the knot with fiancé Michael Cameron, People reports.The lovebirds were wed Wednesday in Ravello, Italy, in front of 100 guests, including Mitchell's ex-costar Jessica Biel and beau Justin Timberlake. For all you fashionistas out there, the actress donned a Melissa Sweet gown while Cameron, an accountant, was decked out in Kenneth Cole.The couple got engaged on New Year's Eve in 2005. Joyce Eng
Question: In reviewing the series that are going off the air this year, you mention that a 7th Heaven spin-off is likely, which left me wondering, with whom? I've watched the show sporadically but can't imagine wanting to focus in on any of the characters except maybe Ruthie and Martin, who are the only ones who hold any interest for me. Both parents make me want to cringe, Lucy makes me mute the TV (although I like her husband), and Simon and Rose are awful. Who could carry a spin-off?
Answer: I'm not sure any of these characters can actually carry a show, and I'm not convinced they should. I just noted the fact that, as we have reported in the magazine and elsewhere, WB may not be willing to let the entire franchise slip away just because the 10-year-old mother ship is going away. If I had to guess, I'd bet a show could be spun around Lucy and her husband, since she's a minister and we could follow her (with frequent visits by family) to a new church. But Beverley Mitchell as a lead