The official description for the upcoming episode of “Make it or Break it” (“The Eleventh Hour”, airing on January 4, 2009 at 9:00pm ET) has finally been released, and there are some spoilers about Nico’s character, Razor:
[…] When Damon invites Emily to the Pizza Shack to celebrate her making the national team, where he has a romantic evening planned before he takes off to Los Angeles, the two are interrupted when Razor returns to the Shack looking for Damon. […]
You can read the full synopsis by clicking the link here. Nico is not listed in the recurring cast, but don’t worry, ABC is known for forgetting to update its shows’ cast lists after an hiatus.
As previously reported “Twelve” will have its world premiere at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival next month. Here’s the list of screenings according to Sundance.org:
Friday, January 29, 2010 at 6:15pm
Eccles Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 30, 2010 at 9:15am
Eccles Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 31, 2010 at 6:30pm
Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, Salt Lake City
To buy tickets, see maps to the theaters and read more about the movie check Sundance.org.
Photos of Nico and Sara at the Tourism Season 2010 launch at The Island in St Maarten (Netherlands Antilles) on December 5 have been added to the gallery.
According to Ashley Madekwe (Marissa on “The Beautiful Life”) the unaired episodes will be added to YouTube soon:
• So after much speculation I can officially confirm that unseen ‘The Beautiful Life’ episodes will be put on youtube. Yay Ashton!
• Ahhhhhhh! Too many of you at once! lol! DECEMBER 17TH guys. Youtube is awesome, means u can all see it whenever u want ; ) xoxo
• Ok just checked and TBL will be available on youtube EVERYWHERE not just in the US.
She posted these on her Twitter account yesterday.
Finally some news!! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nico’s first movie, “Twelve”, will be screened on Sundance festival’s closing night (January 31, 2010):
“Twelve,” a drama from director Joel Schumacher and writer Jordan Melamed, will screen as the festival’s closing-night film.
“I just wanted something that was young and raucous and a little bizarre,” Cooper said of choosing the film, which stars 50 Cent, Chace Crawford and Emma Roberts in a story about sex, drugs and murder among privileged kids on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Reliable sources confirmed to us that Nico is scheduled to attend the screening (unless he’s busy filming other projects abroad).
According to reports The CW is planning to air the remaining episodes of “The Beautiful Life: TBL” during the summer.
I don’t know for sure if this is true, as the Facebook page that originally posted it is not official, but I will let you know as soon as I find more.
Krista in Lafayette Hill, Pa.: Is it true that the CW has decided to air the rest of the episodes of The Beautiful Life later this season?
If for some miracle the ratings increased would they bring it back full time?
A representative for the CW tells us, “The status of unaired eps of The Beautiful Life is still to be determined.” My rock-solid source who knows about such things tells me: No truth whatsoever. Sorry, Mischa!
Good news! Nico is coming back to “Make it or Break it”:
[…] When Tortorella landed the Cole Shepherd part on “TBL,” “Make It or Break It” was forced to let him go, but sources tell Korbi TV exclusively that Tortorella will definitely return to “MIOBI” now that “TBL” has been canceled.
The story line? Seems Razor’s band mate, Damon — whom Emily Kmetko (Chelsea Hobbs) became quite close with in Razor’s absence — has moved to L.A. to pursue his songwriting aspirations. Meanwhile, back in Boulder, Pizza Guy is working at The Pizza Shack once again.
So, will he and Emily rekindle their romance? It’s inevitable, no? Have you seen Nico Tortorella?
We did. This weekend. Holding hands with “TBL” co-star Sara Paxton at a party hosted by “Gossip Girl”‘s Ed Westwick for artist Todd DiCiucio’s “Heartstrings” exhibition.
And, yeah, she’d be insane not to.
Read the full article over at Korbi TV.
Photos of Nico and Sara at Todd DiCiurcio: Heartstrings party hosted by Ed Westwick at Confederacy on October 24, 2009 in Los Angeles has been added to the gallery.