Zachary Levi Gets Philosophical Discussing Religion & Spirituality With Fans During a Flight

While on a recent flight, Zachary Levi took time to answer fans questions on Twitter. He answered a lot of religious and spiritual questions. For those that missed it, here’s an excerpt of his Q&A session. From @laurencuttiepie: Based on your philosophy, what’s even the meaning of life? Zachary Levi: At the very least, to understand why we, as humans,… Read more →

Keira Knightley Appeals for Help for East African Famine Victims

Keira Knightley is appealing to the public to help victims of famine in East Africa. In February, famine conditions were declared in parts of South Sudan and Somalia by the United Nations. It has affected approximately 16 million people, including those in neighboring areas of Kenya and Ethiopia. “When I visited South Sudan, I saw for myself how families are… Read more →

Eduardo Castro Talks Designing the Costumes of Once Upon a Time

I had the chance to talk with Eduardo Castro, the Emmy-nominated costume designer for Once Upon a Time, and the person behind some of those amazing, beautiful, and crazy costumes we have seen on characters ranging from Rumplestiltskin to Snow White. Castro, the winner of a Costume Designers Guild Award, talked about a range of topics, from the pilot to… Read more →

Jared Padalecki Launches Tee to Support Orlando Victims

The new tee, part of the “I Am Enough” campaign, launched at Represent.com/Jared with a line of apparel that includes tees, tanks and hoodies emblazoned with the logo “I Am Enough. Love Yourself First” in rainbow- or solid-colored lettering. The campaign was developed as a fundraiser to benefit OneOrlando and the official Pulse Victims’ Fund Page for Equality Florida —… Read more →

Adam Clayton Visits Students From Music Generation

Adam Clayton visited with students from Music Generation in support of the program and a recent donation made by U2, along with the Ireland Fund. These donations ensured that the program will continue to run through 2020 and beyond. The program has also received a commitment of additional funding from the Department of Education, who have committed ongoing funding, allowing… Read more →