New couple alert! Victoria Justice and Reeve Carney are officially dating! It was revealed on Dec. 21 that the duo started their romance on the set of ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show,’ and they’ve been going strong ever since! We have all the adorable deets, right here.
Taylor Swift gets hot and heavy in her new music video for ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ with sexy ‘Spider-Man’ star Reeve Carney in Los Angeles on Nov. 19 — Do YOU think the song is about John Mayer?
Taylor Swift is one of the hardest working women in music. Straight off her win at the American Music Awards, she headed to film the music video for her next single “I Knew You Were Trouble.” The first pics surfaced on Nov. 18 and now these new shots of Taylor getting cozy with Reeve Carney lead us to believe the song is about her bad-boy ex John Mayer.
Harry who? Taylor had a ball filming her new music video with handsome ‘Spider-Man’ actor Reeve Carney in Los Angeles on Nov. 18. All in a hard day’s work!
Only hours after leaving the American Music Awards, Taylor Swift proves what a hard worker she is by filming her new music video for “I Knew You Were Trouble” on Nov. 18. Cozying up to the hunky Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark star Reeve Carney, Taylor’s rumored new love Harry Styles seemed to be far from her mind! Taylor’s new single is about a former lover who did her wrong – how shocking!
Rob Pattinson must be so sad! He really wanted to play Jeff Buckley and now he’s lost his chance. Poor Rob!
Robert Pattinson has not made it a secret that he longs to play famous musician Jeff Buckley on the big screen. Unfortunately for Rob, Penn Badgley scored the role in the movie Greetings from Tim Buckley and now actor Reeve Carney has secured the lead in the biopic film about Jeff.
Early reports say Spidey’s Broadway debut needs a lot of work before it’s ready for the public.
With a budget of more than $65 million, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark is the most expensive show in Broadway history — and it also might be the most flawed. The Julie Taymor-directed musical had its first preview performance Nov. 28, and although the high-flying acrobatics left young theater-goers enthralled, The New York Times reports that the show was marred with mistakes and actually stopped five times throughout its run of more than three hours.