Are any of these guys your CW favorites?
If they are, and you think they are worthy of an award, head on over to E!Online and nominate them in the comments!
These awards were started because none of the CW’s shows ever get nominated in the big awards shows like the Emmys.
Make sure your favorite feels some fan love, in the following categories:
Best Supporting Actor
Best Guest Star
Show available for nominations are: 90210, Arrow, Beauty and the Beast, The Carrie Diaries, Gossip Girl, Hart of Dixie, Nikita, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries!
You all know who I’m going to pick, right? Yeah, that blue-eyed devil in the middle there . . . and maybe this one, too, if I can find a spot for him!
You only have until SUNDAY at 9pm EST to get your nominees in, so do it now!! GO!! NOW!!
I admit, the first episode of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, I was like there is no way that I am going to like this show. I even considered taking it off my DVR. But yet, I watched again, and I am glad that I did. I kinda think Kristin Kreuk is bad ass. Below is an excerpt of an interview, but for the entire thing CLICK HERE.
AccessHollywood.com: Poor you in this series — you’re sliding under fences in the dirt, you’re running all the time. We’re you surprised at how physical this role ended up being?
Kristin Kreuk: I was… We really established Catherine in the first four episodes as someone who is capable of physically taking care of herself, which is great for her dynamic as a person because it makes sense that she would do that. But it’s been fun. I like that she’s not prissy – a detective wouldn’t be. You’d get under the fence like, ‘Who cares if you’re gonna get dirty?’ Right?
Access: When I talked to your co-star Jay at the beginning of the season — and he considers Vincent to be very physical – we talked about how he started buying fitness magazines, got a trainer, and a new diet. You’ve always been physically fit, but did you ramp up your routine somehow?
Kristin: No, not really (laughs). I am pretty physically fit and capable to a certain degree and I just work out. I don’t do as much yoga as I did before because it’s harder to get to classes because I’m more at the gym than I was before, which changes my physicality to a certain degree… For him, it’s a different thing because he’s a super soldier and his DNA is supposed to be crazy animal like, so it makes sense for him to really change the shape of his body. For me, I wanted to make myself a little more muscular looking, but that was it.
I can’t wait for Beauty and the Beast. Yes, there is something HOT about a man who is quiet, a man who keeps to himself, but rescues that damsel in distress. Yes, there is. Jay Ryan, the star of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST sat down and spoke with THE HUFFINGTON POST. You can read an excerpt of the interview below, but for the entire thing, CLICK HERE.
What’s it like filming in Toronto?
This is my home base, at the moment. Obviously we color and paste the city to make it look like New York. It’s very similar in Toronto, with the rundown old factories and brick places, so it’s not too hard to make it look like New York City. But any references to New York City landmarks, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, we have a special effects team that paints that stuff in.
I was trying to figure out where the warehouse is, where Vincent and J.T. live.
That warehouse … it’s one of our grossest sets to shoot at. That building itself is an old chemical factory, so it’s actually a high-risk set.
Such a beautiful shot of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. As you know we are super excited about this show, and can’t wait to see it. Will you be watching?