Crackle, the Sony-owned streaming service behind Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, has picked up the second season of the comedic digital series Aim High.
McG (Chuck, Charlie's Angels) is behind the show, which stars Jackson Rathbone (Twilight) as Nick Green, a high school slacker who's actually a highly trained government assassin. Aimee Teegarden (Friday Night Lights) and Devon Bostick (Diary of a Wimpy Kid) also star.
Jackson Rathbone and Sheila Hafsadi
Twilight star Jackson Rathbone is off the market!
Rathbone, who played Jasper Hale in the Twilight films, wed Sheila Hafsadi on Sunday, Us Weekly reports.
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A vampires is coming to White Collar!
Twilight star Jackson Rathbone will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the USA series, The Huffington Post reports.
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Twilight's Jackson Rathbone and his girlfriend Sheila Hafsadi have welcomed a baby boy, People reports.
Monroe Jackson Rathbone VI was born on Thursday morning, weighing in at 8 pounds, 11 ounces.
The Last Airbender
The Last Airbender had the ever dubious distinction of dominating the Razzies, being named worst picture, worst screenplay and worst director for M. Night Shyamalan — and a new award for worst eye-gouging misuse of 3-D.
Cast member Jackson Rathbone also took home worst supporting actor for his work in Airbender and Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
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The night's other big "winner" at the 31st annual Razzie Awards, held Saturday in Los Angeles, was...
Summit Entertainment, the company that produces the Twilight films, has finally confirmed the long-suspected news that the final installment of the series, Breaking Dawn, will be released in two parts.
Bill Condon to direct final Twilight film
The first movie is slated for release in November 2011, but a release date for the second has yet to be announced.
In addition to Twilight staples Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, the company also announced that stars ...
Hello, this is Kyle Sullivan from The War at Home. (I play Larry.) This week's episode is entitled "Kenny Doesn't Live Here Anymore." Can you guess what happens? Yup, Kenny moves out. His parents eventually come around and accept him for who he is. This week features a ton of guest stars, all of whom are characters you've seen before. Martin Mull is back as Principal Fink, Marcelo Tubert's back as Kenny's dad Achmed, Jackson Rathbone will be Kenny's boyfriend Dylan, Dreux Frederic is Taye, and Carla Renata is Eartha, the social-services lady. Kenny's mom is also back on the show and is played by Rose Abdoo. When we were in production for this episode (which was about three or four weeks ago), I was still addicted to that Nintendo DS that I'd stolen from Dean in the previous week. I was playing so often that our camera guys made fun of me; they started calling the DS "Kyle Crack" so as to mock and ridicule my newfound love. I eventually lost interest (mostly 'cause I got to some leve...