Robbie Amell is taking on the role of “smart” and “smooth” Agent Miller (so basically, he’ll be playing himself) on episode four of the return of The X-Files on Fox, and he’s not the only one. Fox has also cast Lauren Abrose as sharp, confident Agent Einstein. Both will reportedly star in one episode.
Let’s be real — 2015 is going to be the year of the ultimate Hollywood hotties. With hunks like Scott Eastwood, Robbie Amell, Chris Wood, Sam Heughan and more, a whole new class of heartthrobs are making their way through Hollywood. Get ready because HollywoodLife.com is turning up the heat with these dreamboats.
Don’t expect to see Robbie Amell and Italia Ricci getting married just yet! It actually won’t be until 2016 since “she loves the word, ‘fiancé” so much, the 26-year-old actor told HollywoodLife.com. However, he also revealed that whatever she says, goes! Listen to his adorable interview here.
There are very few shows in the history of TV that push the sex boundaries as much as Showtime’s Shameless, and very few actresses that have had to be as courageous sexually onscreen as Shanola Hampton. The 37-year-old star of the hit show plays Veronica, one half of a passionately in love couple, who are adventurous in bed, to say the least.
Just about everyone is talking about The Duff, (if you didn’t know, Duff, as it turns out, is an acronym for Designated Ugly Fat Friend). Mae Whitman has that confidence-boosting title role, starring opposite Robbie Amell who plays the not so bright jock, Wesley. In this EXCLUSIVE clip, Robbie reveals what it was like to play Wes and why the character is like “an old, weird dude.” Check it out!
Attention everyone: We’ve got a new cult classic on our hands, and it’s called The DUFF. Mae Whitman, 26, and Robbie Amell, 26, — who play Bianca and Wesley — dished to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY at the film’s New York premiere about their special on set moments, connecting with their characters and more!
Do you know what DUFF stands for? “Designated Ugly Fat Friend.” No, seriously. The comedy takes high school cliques to a whole new level with hilarious one-liners and an awesome cast, including Bella Thorne who plays the queen bee.