Ryan Seacrest may not be able to avoid the waterworks when he sees girlfriend Julianne Hough’s new movie, “Safe Haven.” According to the actress, he’s a “sensitive man who loves movies that make you cry.” Aww.
Hough co-stars opposite Josh Duhamel in the Nicholas Sparks flick about a woman with a dark past who moves to Southport, North Carolina and befriends a widower.
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“Safe Haven” unfolds in theaters February 8, 2013.
"Extra's" new correspondent Ben Lyons caught up with Josh Duhamel on the set of his new thriller, "Scenic Route," and had these gruesome photos to share!
The film co-stars Dan Fogler as Carter, and is about his friendship with Duhamel, who plays Mitchell. Their relationship is put to the test after the friends are left stranded in the desert.
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Electronics company Vizio unveiled L.A.'s First 3D Sports Bar at South, in Santa Monica on Thursday. The star-studded evening featured 33 Vizio Theater HDTVs covering the bar, as well as Vizio 3D Blu-ray players and tablets.
"Transformers" star Josh Duhamel was among many Hollywood guests invited to the event, along with NBA players Kevin Love and Blake Griffin.
After four decades of scandal, drama and love, ABC soap "All My Children" will say goodbye in a giant finale airing September 26.
"Transformers" star Shia LaBeouf admits he once had his doubts about his Victoria's Secret model co-star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's acting skills, but tells "Extra," "She is incredible."
LaBeouf, Huntington-Whiteley and Josh Duhamel sat down with "Extra's" Steve Santagati in Moscow to talk about the film's grueling 8-month shooting schedule, and they claimed no one was spared! Rosie said, "Last night we went for drinks, he [Shia] said, 'Cheers, you proved everyone wrong.'" The supermodel-turned-actress showed she can hang with the boys by performing action-packed stunts. "I felt dirty and sweaty. If you think I looked good, then thank you!"
As the long-running soap opera "All My Children" winds down its many storylines to their final conclusions (although nothing is final on a soap), the show is gathering some of their famous alums to help the show go out in style. "Transformers" star Josh Duhamel will return for a cameo as conman Leo du Pres, EW.com reports.
The ABC daytime drama helped launch Duhamel's career, and he won a 2002 Daytime Emmy for the role. When last we heard of du Pres, he was presumed dead in a waterfall accident. Duhamel went on to star in lengthy runs in TV's "Crossing Jordan" and "Las Vegas."