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Claire laat op haar instagramaccount weten te zijn bevallen van haar zoontje James Holt Joblon! Dit is het eerste kind voor Claire en haar man Andrew met wie ze vorig jaar in het huwelijksbootje stapte. Eerder had Claire al een miskraam waar ze openlijk over sprak.

James Holt Joblon ✨

Everything they say is true. There is no love like it ❤️

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http//: Instagram 2019

Claire Holt


Ik heb nieuwe foto’s toegevoegd van ‘Rosswell, New Mexico’, ik hoop komende week tijd te hebben om screencaptures toe te voegen.

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http//: Season 1: Episode Stills
http//: Season 1: Behind the Scenes

CastMicheal TrevinoNathan ParsonsRiley VoelkelTV Series

Ik heb nieuwe foto’s toegevoegd van Candice en Kayla’s fotoshoot voor Show Me Your Mumu. Daarnaast zijn er ook nieuwe foto’s verschenen van hun podcast

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http//: 2017 > Show Me Your Mumu
http//: 2018 > Show Me Your Mumu
http//: Promotionshoot (2018)
http//: Promotionshoot (2019)
http//: Behind the Scenes (2019)

Candice KingCastDiverseFotoshootsKayla Ewell

Er zijn nieuwe outtakes verschenen van Candice promotieshoot van haar sieraden lijn voor Collective Journeys van vorig jaar en de nieuwe collectie. Deze maand steunt ze Girls Write Now met haar ‘Girl Power collectie’

Girls Write Now serves a culturally and educationally diverse community of mentees — 90% girls of color, 70% immigrant or first generation, 25% LGBT/non-conforming; and 90% high need. These under served girls, who have long been negatively impacted by the lack of resources and opportunities in public schools, face significant challenges to educational and professional success. They often lack the guidance and support from a consistent, caring adult, and most come to Girls Write Now with low confidence in their talents and accomplishments. Unfortunately, in our city and our country, girls of color are rarely given the guidance, care, and systemic support they need to graduate from high school and access viable college or career opportunities, perpetuating cycles of poverty and dis-empowerment.

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http//: 2018 > Fallon Wilson (Collective Journeys – Collection by Candice King)
http//: 2019 > Fallon Wilson (Collective Journeys – Collection by Candice King)
http//: Collective Journey’s Armbanden & producten (2019)

Candice KingDiverse

De laatste foto’s van Nina staan in de galerij, eerder deze maand was ze aanwezig op SXWS Film Festival voor première van haar nieuwste film ‘Run This Town’. Tijdens het festival had ze o.a. interview met WWD. Daarnaast zijn er nu ook outtakes verschenen van de CBS Watch waarvan eerder al een achter de schermen foto van verscheen en staan de laatste foto’s van ‘Fam’ in de galerij.

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http//: March 1: Visits SiriusXM
http//: March 5: Paris Fashion Week – Louis Vuitton Womenswear Fall/Winter Fashion Show
http//: March 9: 2019 SXSW Film Festival – #TwitterHouse event
http//: March 10: 2019 SXSW Film Festival – Amazon Prime Blue Room
http//: March 10: 2019 SXSW Film Festival – ‘Run This Town’ premiere
http//: March 12: Marie Claire Change Makers Celebration
http//: Jason Kim (CBS Watch!)
http//: Jason Kim (CBS Watch!) – Behind The Scenes
http//: SXSW Film Festival – WWD Portraits by Jenna Greene
http//: SXSW Film Festival – Entertainment Weekly Portraits
http//: SXSW Film Festival – ‘Run This Town’ Portraits
http//: Season 1: Episode Stills
http//: Season 1: Screencaptures

AppereancesFotoshootsNina DobrevTV Series


Paul Wesley directed his first episode of television in 2014. It was a season 5 episode of The Vampire Diaries, the show in which he starred as the noble Stefan Salvatore for what would go on to be eight seasons. He’d add four more episodes to his director’s resume by the time the show ended in 2017. Since then, his television directing career has included Freeform’s hit series Shadowhunters and with this week, he adds Roswell, New Mexico and Legacies — the latest show in the Vampire Diaries universe — to the list.

EW talked to Wesley about his latest projects and his overall experience as a director.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How did the experiences of directing Roswell, New Mexico and Legacies compare to each other, but also to your other directing experiences?
PAUL WESLEY: One of the things that I welcomed the most with Legacies was the humor. For years on Vampire Diaries we all wanted to flex our satirical muscles a little bit. I think it’s nice to be able to make fun of not yourself but I suppose of the genre and make it a little more of a wink to the audience. I really enjoyed that aspect of Legacies. And then Roswell is obviously a whole different tone and it’s a completely different set of actors, and it’s New Mexico. I’d never shot in New Mexico. It’s very beautiful; there’s big wide vistas and mountains. It feels almost like a western in a weird way. Those were the two big differentiations between the things that I’ve done already.

Do you have a preference between directing something where you’re familiar with the universe or something that’s completely new to you?
I think sometimes being too comfortable is not necessarily a good thing but then at the same time, I completely understand why someone like Cary Fukunaga would want to direct every episode of Maniac for Netflix. Because it’s kind of like one long movie. I think it depends on the show. Obviously if you’re doing six years of a show that’s 22 episodes a year, that’s not sustainable. The same person can’t do it. It’d be great to do something from beginning to end, and I think that is probably the most satisfying because you get to create the world and then you get to complete the world. I do think it’s difficult for directors to come in and step into someone else’s vision, but that’s part of the challenge. It’s a little more mathematical and logic-based, directing television. I mean that in a good way: you need to understand how the puzzle fits together. You need to have the tone, you need to understand what the pacing is like, and then you can add your own individual touches to it I suppose.

With Roswell, you’re coming in after a monster of an episode where the Rosa mystery was laid out in full. What are we dealing with in the aftermath?
My episode had less stunts and was more character-based, which I prefer. I’ve certainly done my fair share of stunts and green screens and all kinds of VFX but my episode of Roswell was a little more grounded, which was nice. I also think a big part of this is that it’s a season one show. That’s very important. I was very flattered when [showrunner] Carina [MacKenzie] asked me to direct because that’s a lot of responsibility. It’s a season one show, you need to find your audience, you obviously you want to impress executives and the networks and the studios and I think to give me the reins for an episode, it’s flattering. Because I’m still a fairly new director.

What has been your greatest challenge thus far as a director?
When it comes to television, the greatest challenge is time. Sometimes things aren’t working in your favor, whether it’s weather or if it’s an actor needs more time because they can’t find the moment. The biggest challenge is making sure you’re on time. You can’t go over a certain amount of hours and I’ll tell you, I’m super proud of Legacies, everyone loves it, but man there were times when I was like, “I’m not going to be able to finish my day.” I ended up finishing all my days and didn’t go over but it’s not easy when you have six, seven people in a scene, stunts, and fight sequences. Listen, I can shoot anything but in order to make it good you need some time and making something good on a short amount of time, that’s the greatest challenge.

Is there a scene or episode you’re most proud of that you’ve directed?
I think the ending of Legacies is very powerful. I really like the way it ends. As far as in general as a director, I’m not so sure. There’s a handful of scenes that I’m really proud of. There’s a few on the Vampire Diaries that I thought were probably some of my favorites. But I can’t quite recall at this point. It’s all blended in into one giant supernatural CW mix-up in my mind.

LegaciesPaul Wesley

It’s been almost exactly two years since The Vampire Diaries aired its series finale, which — spoiler alert! — saw the heroic Stefan Salvatore sacrifice himself to save everyone he loved (not to mention the entire town of Mystic Falls). With his final shot of the series, Paul Wesley closed a chapter in his life, one that remains closed to this day. “I definitely closed the chapter of that part of my life in terms of in front of the camera. I can’t imagine entering that world in front of the camera,” Wesley tells EW. But the same can’t be said of his life behind the camera.

Thanks to Legacies, which exists in the same world as The Vampire Diaries, the TVD universe lives on with familiar faces (TVD star Matthew Davis is one of Legacies‘ leads) and familiar places (the Salvatore house is now the Salvatore School). So when Wesley was asked to direct an episode of the Originals spin-off, not only did he return to Atlanta, where they’d shot TVD for eight seasons, but he found himself standing in the Salvatore great room, where he’d filmed many a scene as Stefan (including his last).

“As a director, it was still a new experience for me. I was directing a whole new set of actors. The scripts have a different tone,” Wesley says. “But obviously there’s similarities. We were in the Salvatore great room and that was totally trippy. I was having weird flashbacks. Vampire Diaries ended two years ago, and I felt like it had ended three decades ago and when I stepped in there, all these weird memories started coming back. I was like, ‘Oh my god I remember when I sat here and I did this scene and I remember talking to Ian [Somerhalder] about this.’ Everything came rushing in and then it just passed and I moved on. But for a minute there, I had this flood of memories. It was very unusual.”

As for how the directing experience went, Wesley found comfort in some familiar faces he saw around set. “It was so nice having some old friends there,” Wesley says. “Matt Davis of course, some of the crew, my cinematographer and my A.D. These are guys I worked with very intimately for years and it was so nice to see them again and to hang out, and we really all worked our asses off to try to create something good.”

LegaciesPaul Wesley



Steven vraagt zijn fans om te doneren voor zijn team voor het Thirst Project. Een goed doel dat voorzieningen bouwt zodat mensen toegang hebben tot schoon drinkwater en dus geen ziektes krijgen door vervuild water.

Klik hier om te doneren.

Hey guys, please support my walk for Thirst Project this World Water Day 2019. Thirst Project is something I am passionate about, 4,100 children still die every day from waterborne diseases. I believe that water is a human right. Please help by giving $20.19 to sponsor my walk this World Water Day and help us END the water crisis.

Steven R. McQueen

Phoebe was eerder gisteren aanwezig op de nieuwste modeshow van Chanel tijdens de Paris Fashion Week in de Franse hoofdstad.

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http//: March 5: Paris Fashion Week – Chanel Womenswear Fall/Winter 2019/2020

AppereancesPhoebe Tonkin

Zach heeft een gastrol gescoord in de CBS serie ‘God Friended Me’, zijn afgelevering was afgelopen week te zien op de Amerikaanse TV.

Galerij Links:
http//: Season 1: Episode Stills
http//: Season 1: Behind the Scenes

TV SeriesZach Roerig

Kaylee was eind vorig jaar te zien in NKD Magazine met een nieuwe fotoshoot

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http//: Catherine Powell (NKD Magazine)

FotoshootsKaylee Bryant