Writer and showrunner Taylor Sheridan is known for creatively exploring and highlighting aspects of American history and culture in his many acclaimed works, ranging from TV series like "Yellowstone" to movies like "Sicario." His most recent project, "Lawmen: Bass Reeves," tells the story of Bass Reeves, a great American legend and Western frontier figure who was the first Black deputy US marshal west of the Mississippi River. In the series, "Selma" actor David Oyelowo plays the role of Reeves alongside a stacked ensemble that includes Dennis Quaid and Donald Sutherland. The story of Bass Reeves is remarkable: the real figure behind the dramatized series was born into slavery and, according to some reports, managed to capture more than 3,000 outlaws throughout his career as a deputy US marshal, all while enduring the hardships of racism and prejudice in a post-Civil War America. "I think that audiences today need to see stories of triumph, and he is a man that embodies that triumph of spirit perfectly," series creator Chad Feehan told Country Living in October. "I think, hopefully audiences are craving that, I know that I certainly am. As well as this idea that we're all connected by this universal experience of being a human being, and hopefully that will start to break down some of the perceived divisions that exist amongst us." Before you watch the series, which is now streaming on Paramount+, read the astonishing true story of Bass Reeves. Who Was Bass Reeves? Bass Reeves was born into slavery in July 1838. At the time of his birth, Reeves and his family were owned by William S. Reeves, an Arkansas state legislator, and lived in Arkansas until William relocated to Grayson County, TX, when Bass was 8 years old in 1846, per History. Following the move to Texas, Bass was made to join the Confederate Army with Williams's son George Reeves and fight in the Civil War. Sometime during his military service, Bass escaped, with some accounts alleging that Bass managed to escape after getting into an altercation with George. His escape led him to Indian Territory, now Oklahoma, where Reeves lived among the Seminole and Creek tribes, gaining knowledge of their landscape and customs and learning multiple languages, as reported by The Washington Post. In 1865, the 13th Amendment abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, which made Reeves a free man. He moved back to Arkansas with his wife Nellie Jennie and went on to have 11 children. But that is hardly the end to Bass's story. How Bass Reeves Became an American Legend Due to his remarkable skills, Bass worked as a scout and guide, according to Collider. After nearly 10 years of being a free man, Bass was chosen by Marshal James Fagan as one of 200 deputy marshals to police Indian Territory in 1875 following a rise in murders in the area. Due to his ambidextrous weaponry skills from his military experience, his familiarity of the Indian Territory landscape, and his knowledge of Indigenous languages, Bass was one of the best candidates to catch criminals like thieves and murderers across the 75,000-square-mile area. He was known for using a variety of disguises, ranging from a cowboy to a farmer, to conceal his identity and capture criminals, which proved to be highly effective. Throughout his career as a deputy marshal, Bass is said to have arrested more than 3,000 people and killed 14 outlaws, per History. Bass served as a deputy marshal for 32 years, and after Oklahoma became a state in 1907, he joined the Muskogee Police Department, as reported by The Norman Transcript. He worked in the police department for two years before retiring in 1909. One year later, Bass died on Jan. 12, 1910, from Bright's disease (a kidney disease) at the age of 71. Though the rumors are unconfirmed, some have claimed that Bass served as the original inspiration for the Lone Ranger, an enduring fictional character in American film and TV. Although Bass surely has not gotten the recognition he deserves over the years, "Lawmen: Bass Reeves" attempts to revitalize his legacy and bring attention to his remarkable story. Don't miss the series, which is streaming now on Paramount+, and watch the trailer below!
Annie Murphy's career on screen began in the mid-2000s, and since her breakout role in the beloved sitcom "Schitt's Creek," she has had a number of notable roles in film and TV. The actor made her TV debut in the 2007 television film "Lethal Obsession" and went on to have supporting roles in both Canadian and American works, including "Blue Mountain State" and "Rookie Blue." By the early 2010s, her acting career began to plateau, and Murphy's work was inconsistent. It wasn't until 2013, when she auditioned for the role of Alexis Rose in "Schitt's Creek," that her career really took off. In a 2020 interview on "The Kelly Clarkson Show," Murphy explained, "Just before 'Schitt's Creek,' things were quite bleak. My house had just burnt down. I had like $3 in my bank account. I hadn't worked in close to two years. And I had just blown my very first screen test - like blown it, blown it, blown it. . . . But then, two days later, I got the audition for 'Schitt's Creek.'" Murphy was a central part of "Schitt's Creek" throughout the show's six seasons, and after it wrapped in 2020, she took on work in other shows and films. Most recently, she is set to star alongside "The Bear's" Jeremy Allen White in "Fingernails," which hits Apple TV+ on Nov. 3. She also voices the role of Petra "Petey" St. Barts in the Freeform animated sitcom "Praise Petey." If you're curious to see what other works Murphy has been involved in, keep reading! Annie Murphy Movies "Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken" (2023) Murphy stars alongside "To All the Boys I've Loved Before's" Lana Condor, Toni Collette, and Jane Fonda in this coming-of-age animated flick. 15-year-old kraken girl Ruby Gillman just wants to fit in with her human classmates at Oceanside High School. When Ruby accidentally falls into the ocean, she transforms into a giant kraken and seeks the advice of her grandmother Grandmamah, the Warrior Queen of the Seven Seas, who informs her that she is a descendant of the battle krakens that have protected the ocean from evil mermaids for generations. With the help of Grandmamah, Ruby must channel her powers to help defeat the latest group of evil mermaids, including Queen Nerissa (Murphy), who poses as Chelsea Van Der Zee, a popular girl at Oceanside High. "Fingernails" (2023) In this sci-fi romance film, science has finally found a way to determine if a couple is 100 percent compatible and meant for one another through an extensive fingernail test conducted by The Love Institute. Couple Anna and Ryan are deemed to be romantically compatible and have been in a relationship for quite some time. When Anna takes on a job at the institute, she meets Amir, who also works there. After they get to know one another, feelings begin to develop, which challenges the trajectory of their life and the effectiveness of the fail-proof test. In "Fingernails," Murphy plays Natasha, Amir's girlfriend. Annie Murphy TV Shows "Schitt's Creek" (2015) In Murphy's most popular work, she stars as Alexis Rose, the air-brained, socialite daughter of Johnny and Moira Rose. After the family's trusted business manager embezzles all of their money, the Rose family are forced to move to Schitt's Creek - a town they purchased as a joke - and adjust to life without the money and luxuries they were accustomed to having. Murphy's performance earned her an Emmy for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series, in addition to SAG and Golden Globe nominations. "The Plateaus" (2015) "The Plateaus" stars Murphy as Morgan, a member of a band called the Plateaus. When the band's lead singer dies in an accident during band practice, the remaining members are left to get back to work and find success without a pivotal part of their group. "Russian Doll" (2019) In season two of Netflix's "Russian Doll," Murphy plays the role of a young Ruth Brenner, a therapist and close friend of lead character Nadia Vulvokov (Natasha Lyonne). The show follows Nadia as she becomes trapped in an endless time loop at her 36th birthday party in New York City. While stuck in the time loop, Nadia meets Alan, who is similarly stuck in a time loop of his own. The second season centers around the two as they stumble upon another portal that manipulates time, which happens to be in a New York City subway. Traveling back and forth in time, Nadia attempts to change the course of her family's history, with Alan tagging along for his own journey. "Kevin Can F**k Himself" (2021–2022) Allison Devine McRoberts (Murphy) feels trapped in her marriage to Kevin Roberts, who is immature and unambitious about his life and relationship with Allison. Her unhappy experiences are told in two different perspectives: a sitcom-style show where each grueling interaction with Kevin is accompanied by audience laughter, and a single-style camera POV that observes her life outside of her marriage. On the brink of a breakdown, Allison pursues other interests in hopes of bringing excitement back to her life. "Praise Petey" (2023) Petra "Petey" St. Barts (Murphy) is a New York socialite whose life was blissful until her mother informed her that she inherited the town of New Utopia from her father who recently died. When she arrives in New Utopia, she discovers that her father was a cult leader who brainwashed the residents to worship him and his descendants, including Petra. Destined to change her family's legacy, Petra is determined to stop the cultish practices and get the residents to think on their own.
Image Source: Getty / Charley Gallay In the past two years, Priscilla Presley's life has been back in the spotlight. Between 2022 and 2023, not one but two films were made with Elvis Presley as the subject: Baz Luhrmann's Oscar-winning "Elvis" and Sophia Coppola's "Priscilla" - the latter of which is based on Priscilla's 1985 memoir, "Elvis and Me." The film stars Jacob Elordi as the King of Rock and Roll, with Cailee Spaeny portraying Priscilla from ages 14 to 27, the ages she was romantically involved with Elvis. "Priscilla" is a personal and intimate look at Presley's early relationship with and marriage to Elvis, which has often been overshadowed by the late singer's fame. "It's very difficult to sit and watch a film about you, about your life, about your love," Priscilla said during a September press conference at the Venice Film Festival "Priscilla" premiere (via Variety). "Sofia did an amazing job. She did her homework, we spoke a couple of times, and I really put everything out for her that I could." Priscilla met Elvis in 1959, when she was 14 years old and he was a 24-year-old armor intelligence specialist stationed in Germany, per People. The two had a long-distance relationship for four years, before Priscilla moved in with Elvis in his Graceland estate in 1963. Elvis proposed in 1966, and the two wed on May 1, 1967. Less than a year later, the couple welcomed their only child, Lisa Marie Presley, on Feb. 1, 1968. Priscilla and Elvis were married for four years before she broke off their marriage in February 1972, with their divorce being finalized in August of that year. Despite ending their relationship, Priscilla and Elvis remained close friends until the singer's death in 1977. After Elvis' death, Priscilla had a successful career of her own and was romantically linked to a number of celebrity figures throughout the 1970s and 1980s, ranging from Robert Kardashian to Richard Gere. Here's a look at Priscilla's life after Elvis and where she is today. What Happened to Priscilla Presley After Her Divorce From Elvis? After divorcing Elvis, Priscilla launched her own business ventures. In 1973, she opened up Bis & Beau, a boutique in Los Angeles, with Olivia Bis, a fashion designer who used to make Priscilla's clothes when she was married to Elvis, according to a 1973 interview with Priscilla for Ladies' Home Journal. When Elvis died in 1977, Priscilla became a coexecutor of his estate, along with Lisa Marie and Elvis's father, Vernon Presley. With Graceland costing more to maintain than it was bringing in, Priscilla turned it into a tourist attraction in 1982, which raised its value from a mere $1 million to $75 million, as reported by the LA Times. In the 1980s, Priscilla began her career on screen, making her acting debut in the 1983 TV movie "Love Is Forever," according to IMDb. She notably starred as Jenna Wade in the beloved soap opera "Dallas" from 1983 to 1988, as well as Jane Spencer in the Naked Gun film series. In addition to her various acting gigs, Priscilla also wrote her first book, a memoir titled "Elvis and Me," which hit shelves in 1985. The book was a New York Times bestseller and served as the basis for "Priscilla." She also contributed to David Ritz's 2006 book, "Elvis by the Presleys," with daughter Lisa Marie. Image Source: Everett Collection Outside of her business ventures, Priscilla has also had some notable romances since Elvis. After separating from the King of Rock and Roll in 1972, she dated martial arts instructor Michael Stone until 1975, per Us Weekly. From 1975 to 1976, she briefly dated Robert Kardashian, and following their split, she was in a relationship with actor and model Michael Edwards from 1978 to 1984. In the early 1980s, she met screenwriter Marco Garibaldi through a mutual friend, and the pair were a couple from 1984 to 2006, as reported by Biography. They had a son, Navarone Garcia, in 1987. Where Is Priscilla Presley Now? Image Source: Getty / Daniele Venturelli Today, Priscilla lives in California. Her only daughter with Elvis, Lisa Marie, tragically died due to complications caused by a bowel obstruction on Jan. 12. The news of Lisa Marie's death fueled media reports that Priscilla and granddaughter Riley Keough were in a fierce battle over Lisa Marie's estate, Elvis Presley Enterprises (EPE), though the two reached a settlement agreement in May, per the LA Times. She openly praised Luhrmann's "Elvis" and attended a number of red carpet premieres and conducted interviews about the film. Priscilla also served as an executive producer for "Priscilla" and works to keep her late husband's legacy alive. On the 45th anniversary of Elvis's death in August 2022, she held a candlelit vigil at Graceland with more than 30,000 people in attendance, per Today. Catch "Priscilla" in theaters now, and watch the trailer below.
Netflix's highly anticipated miniseries "All the Light We Cannot See" hit the platform on Nov. 2, and many watchers have wondered if the plot of the series, which takes place during WWII, is based on a true story. The miniseries is an adaptation of Anthony Doerr's 2014 novel of the same name that was a New York Times bestseller in 2014 and recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2015. "All the Light We Cannot See" follows Marie-Laure LeBlanc, a blind French girl, and Werner Pfennig, a German boy, whose worlds intersect when the French port town of Saint-Malo becomes the fighting ground between German and Allied forces during WWII. Despite the plot taking place during a historic time, it is not based exclusively on a true story. Rather, the inspiration for "All the Light We Cannot See" came from something Doerr actually experienced, as well as an eye-opening trip to the historic French coastal town of Saint-Malo, which was a real battleground during the Second World War. The real-life experience combined with the inspiring and resilient story of Saint-Malo created a foundation for Doerr to write "All the Light We Cannot See." If you're curious about the series and book's riveting backstory, keep reading! What Was the Inspiration Behind "All The Light We Cannot See"? While riding a train from Princeton, NJ, to New York City's Penn Station in 2004, Doerr overheard the troubles of a passenger, which sparked the first idea for the book. "The man in front of me was on his cellphone call - this was in 2004 - and the call dropped. And he got kind of angry, a little embarrassingly angry, unreasonably angry," he revealed in a 2014 interview with NPR. "And I just remember thinking, what he's forgetting - really what we're all forgetting all the time - is that this is a miracle," Doerr continued. "He's using this little receiver and transmitter, this little radio in his pocket, to send messages at the speed of light rebounding between towers to somebody maybe thousands of miles away. He might have been talking to someone in Madagascar for all I knew. For me, that's a miracle." About a year after Doerr's train experience, he was on a book tour that stopped in Saint-Malo in Brittany, France. After learning of its history, Doerr became fascinated by the city, and he was compelled to tell a story with it as the backdrop. In a 2015 interview with HuffPost, he explained, "You walk its cobbled lanes, you smell the tides, you hear the echoes of your footsteps, and you think: this city has survived for well over a thousand years. But Saint-Malo was almost entirely destroyed by American artillery in 1944, in the final months of World War II, and was painstakingly put back together, block by granite block, in the late 1940s and early 1950s. That a place could so thoroughly hide its own incineration, and that my own country was responsible for that incineration, fascinated me." What Happened at the Battle of Saint-Malo? Image Source: Getty / Galerie Bilderwelt Lasting from Aug. 4 to Sept. 2, 1944, the Battle of Saint-Malo was fought between German and Allied forces for control over Saint-Malo, which was established as a coastal defense fortress under the German Atlantic Wall program, per Google Arts & Culture. The near-month-long battle was won by the Allies with the added help and effort of the Free French party and British forces, but the town was nearly decimated in the process. More than 600 of the historic town's 865 buildings were destroyed, and reconstruction took years to fully complete, as reported by France Today. Find "All the Light We Cannot See" streaming on Netflix now, and watch the trailer for the series below!
Actor and producer Allison Williams has been gracing our screens for nearly two decades. The 35-year-old star made her acting debut in the 2004 NBC drama series "American Dreams," but her acting career didn't fully take off until she landed the role of Marnie Michaels in Lena Dunham's HBO series "Girls," which ran for six seasons from 2012 to 2017. After "Girls," Williams began acting in films, and in 2017, she portrayed the manipulative Rose Armitage in Jordan Peele's Oscar-winning film "Get Out." Following the success of "Get Out," Williams has starred in Netflix's "A Series of Unfortunate Events," and "M3GAN," among other notable works. Most recently, she can be seen alongside Jonathan Bailey and Matt Bomer in "Fellow Travelers," which hit Showtime on Oct. 27. Outside of her acting career, Williams prefers to keep her personal life, including details about her romances, out of the public eye. Over the years, Williams has been linked to CollegeHumor and Vimeo cofounder Ricky Van Veen and actor Alexander Dreymon. The "Get Out" actor was married to Van Veen from 2015 until their split in 2019. And after starring in "Horizon Line" together, Williams and Dreymon began dating in late 2019 and quietly welcomed a son named Arlo in the winter of 2021. The couple casually announced their engagement in December 2022, and appear to be as strong as ever. Keep reading to learn more about Williams's love life!
As the year 2023 is coming to an end in a few short months, there are plenty of noteworthy events that have generated significant buzz and sparked excitement in the world of celebrities. Celebrity weddings, whether intimate and private or star-studded and extravagant, have taken up a lot of space in the media, with a number of high-profile couples taking their relationship to the next level by saying "I do." Chris Evans, Sofia Richie, Simone Biles, and Margaret Qualley are among a growing list of celebrities that have taken vows to spend the rest of their lives with their significant others this year, and the weddings don't stop with them. Their relationships are generally kept private, take off quickly, or end surprisingly, so it isn't always easy to keep up with who is dating whom, or better yet, which celebs are married. Thankfully, we've compiled a list of the biggest and best celebrity weddings of 2023, from quiet nuptials to lavish destination weddings, to keep you updated. Keep reading to find out which celebs tied the knot in 2023, as well as more details about their relationships, engagements, and special ceremonies! Cheers!
If you were a kid or teen in the 2000s, it's likely that you watched at least one movie featuring Josh Hutcherson, and it's also likely that you had a favorite movie with him in it. Hutcherson began acting in the early 2000s and had minor roles in a variety of TV shows before making his film debut in 2003's "American Splendor." From there, Hutcherson was launched into stardom and starred in a number of popular films throughout the decade, including "Kicking & Screaming," "Zathura: A Space Adventure," and "Journey to the Center of the Earth." By the 2010s, Hutcherson took on more mature roles and arguably landed his most popular role as Peeta Mellark in "The Hunger Games," which he would reprise for the remaining three movies in the beloved film series. Most recently, Hutcherson is set to star in "Five Nights at Freddy's," the film adaptation of the popular video-game franchise of the same name. The frightening flick, which hits theaters on Oct. 27, features Hutcherson as Mike Schmidt, a security guard who takes on a night job at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, an abandoned family entertainment center. During his shifts, Mike finds that the animatronic mascots have their own evil plans, and he must defend himself from their violent ways. If you plan to see "Five Nights at Freddy's," here's a refresher of Hutcherson's best movies and TV shows. Josh Hutcherson Movies "The Hunger Games" Image Source: Everett Collection Based on the best-selling-novel series of the same name, "The Hunger Games" stars Hutcherson as Peeta Mellark, a boy from District 12, one of the 12 districts that make up what once was North America. Two people from each district, controlled by those in the capital of Panem, are forced to fight to the death in an event called The Hunger Games. But when Peeta meets Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), love complicates the game. "The Disaster Artist" Starring James and Dave Franco, "The Disaster Artist" is inspired by the true story of Tommy Wisseau, the eccentric actor and director behind the cult classic 2003 film "The Room." The film centers around the ups and downs of Wiseau's journey making the movie, with Hutcherson playing the role of Philip Haldiman, the actor who portrays Denny in "The Room." "Journey to the Center of the Earth" Trevor Anderson (Brendan Fraser) is a volcanologist who, outside of his job, is on a journey to find his missing brother. After discovering a series of notes left behind by his brother, Max, he travels to his last known destination in Iceland with Max's son, Sean (Hutcherson), and falls into a hole leading them to the center of Earth. During their journey, the two discover hidden secrets and must fight against time before nature takes over. "The Kids Are All Right" Image Source: Everett Collection Married couple Nicole (Annette Bening) and Jules (Julianne Moore) Good are parents to two children: Joni (Mia Wasikowska) and Laser (Hutcherson), whom they had with the help of sperm donor Paul Hatfield (Mark Ruffalo). As Joni prepares to leave for college, she and Laser inquire about their biological parents, which creates an interesting dynamic between the children, Paul, and Nicole and Jules. "Bridge to Terabithia" Based on the 1977 novel of the same name, "Bridge to Terabithia" stars Hutcherson as Jess Aarons, a 5th grader who befriends a new student named Leslie Burke (AnnaSophia Robb). The two form a strong bond and go on various adventures in the nearby woods and creek and invent a imaginary world called Terabithia. As their friendship develops, the pair are struck by a tragedy that affects them and their town forever. "Tragedy Girls" True-crime bloggers McKayla Hooper (Alexandra Shipp) and Sadie Cunningham (Brianna Hildebrand) have an unhealthy obsession with crime and murder and will go to extreme lengths to grow their social media following. When they get a tip about a serial killer on the loose, they hold him hostage and turn to violent crime to fulfill their dreams of going viral. In the film, Hutcherson plays Toby Mitchell, McKayla's ex-boyfriend who falls victim to their evil hobby. "Escobar: Paradise Lost" In Colombia, surfer Nick Brady (Hutcherson) meets a beautiful young woman named Maria (Claudia Traisac). As the two begin dating, Nick discovers that Maria is the niece of the world's most famous drug kingpin, Pablo Escobar. When he is swept into a criminal underworld, Nick has to play his cards right or risk being the next person on Escobar's hit list. "RV" Image Source: Everett Collection Hutcherson stars alongside Robin Williams, Jeff Daniels, and JoJo in this 2006 film. It follows Bob Munro, an executive at Pure Vibe soda company, as he and his family, including his son, Carl (Hutcherson), rent an RV to embark on a road trip from Los Angeles to the Colorado Rockies. Along the way, the family encounters an eccentric community of campers and have a handful of memorable experiences that range from unclogging the RV toilet to taking the RV through a bumpy, four-wheel-drive trail. "In Dubious Battle" In this 2016 film, Hutcherson reunites with James Franco, who stars in and directed the film. "In Dubious Battle" is loosely based on the book of the same name by John Steinbeck and centers around a group of working-class men during the Great Depression that form a union to fight for minimum wage and workers' rights. "Detention" At Grizzly Lake High School, a serial killer named Cinderhella preys on the students. On the night of prom, the school's principal puts all the students, including Clapton Davis (Hutcherson), in detention, determined to find the killer. While in detention, they discover that the school's mascot is a time machine that can transport them to the year 1992, when the world was supposed to end. "57 Seconds" Hutcherson stars alongside Morgan Freeman in "57 Seconds," which hit theaters on Sept. 29. The film follows blogger Franklin Fox (Hutcherson), who helps to prevent an attack against tech guru Anton Burrell (Freeman). When he discovers a ring from Burrell that gives him the ability to travel 57 seconds in the past, Franklin seeks revenge on the pharmaceutical company that was behind his sister's death. Image Source: Everett Collection "Five Nights at Freddy's" Based on the beloved video game franchise of the same name, "Five Nights at Freddy's" centers around security guard Mike Schmidt (Hutcherson), who takes on a new job at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, a once-popular family restaurant. As he settles into the job, Mike discovers that the animatronic mascots, Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy, come to life and go on murderous rampages after midnight. "The Beekeeper" Hutcherson is set to star in the upcoming action thriller "The Beekeeper," which hits theaters on Jan. 12, 2024. The film, which also features Jason Statham, follows Mr. Clay, "a former operative of a powerful and clandestine organization known as 'Beekeepers,'" per Deadline. After a powerful organization wrongs his friend, Mr. Clay goes on a rampage of violence that ends up having grave consequences. Josh Hutcherson TV Shows "Future Man" Image Source: Everett Collection In the Hulu series "Future Man," Hutcherson plays the role of Josh Futturman, a janitor who loves video games. After completing the unbeatable "Biotic Wars" video game, the game's characters, Tiger and Wolf, come to life and enlist Josh to help save humanity from the real Biotic Wars. "Ultraman" Hutcherson voices the character Shinjiro Hayata in the English version of "Ultraman," which premiered on Netflix in 2019. After a new enemy force threatens the future of Earth, the son of Ultraman must follow in his father's footsteps and save the world from evil.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts has been crushing it on the football field. The second-year starter was selected by the Eagles in the second round of the NFL draft back in 2020 and has guided the team to two seasons with winning records since he took on the starting QB role, as reported by NBC Sports Philadelphia. Most notably, Hurts led the Eagles to the Super Bowl LVII against the Kansas City Chiefs on Feb. 12, where he made a history-making Super Bowl appearance. Even though they didn't walk away with a second Lombardi Trophy, Hurts is still winning off the field with his girlfriend, Bryonna "Bry" Burrows. Despite being the face of the Eagles franchise and having a noteworthy NFL career, Hurts is a relatively low-profile person, as seen in his calm post-game press conferences, humble social media presence, and low-key romance with Burrows - which they don't flaunt too much publicly. Hurts and Burrows were first linked after they were spotted holding hands following the Eagles' NFC Championship game win against the San Francisco 49ers on Jan. 29, per Today. Since becoming an NFL star, Hurts hasn't dated anyone else publicly. Though the quarterback and his girlfriend are pretty private about their relationship, here's everything we do know about it. Related: 5 Things to Know About NFL Siblings Travis and Jason Kelce
There is nothing quite like a romance between two famous actors. The line rehearsals, numerous days on set, and close work nature are just some of the reasons actors often fall head over heels for their costars. Over the years, Hollywood has gifted us a number of power couples as a result of their professional collaborations in front of the camera, including, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, and Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, to name just a few. For these celebrities, the chemistry was just as strong off screen as it was on, which in many cases has led to romantic reunions, nuptials, and even children down the line. Being on set and in the spotlight in the midst of a romance isn't always easy, though, and while some celebrities have managed to stick it out through thick and thin (we're looking at you, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr.), others have called it quits and either move on with someone new or enjoy single life. Keep reading for 40+ celebrity couples who met on set and later turned their spark into full-blown romances straight out of the movies.
Britney Spears's memoir "The Woman in Me" traces her life, from her early childhood to her rise to fame and conservatorship. It doesn't, however, cover one recent major event in Spears's life - her split from Sam Asghari. Back in August, it was revealed that Spears and Asghari were going their separate ways after one year of marriage. The two met in 2016 on the set of the pop star's music video for "Slumber Party," and in her memoir, Spears writes that she knew she wanted Asghari in her life "immediately." Just two months before Spears's 13-year conservatorship was terminated in November 2021, the longtime couple announced their engagement on Instagram. "I can't f*cking believe it 💍💍💍💍💍💍❣️!!!!!!," the singer captioned a video featuring her custom diamond engagement ring. On April 11, 2022, Spears and Asghari announced that they were expecting their first child together. The latter spoke about the pregnancy on Instagram, writing, "Fatherhood is something i have always looked forward to and i don't take lightly. It is the most important job i will ever do." A month after their announcement, though, the couple shared that they experienced a pregnancy loss. They later revealed that they were "moving forward" with their future and still planned to expand their family. Though Spears doesn't often mention Asghari in her memoir, she does briefly touch on that event, saying that she was "devastated" by the loss. On June 9, 2022, after five years of dating and less than one year of being engaged, Spears and Asghari tied the knot in an intimate wedding ceremony in Los Angeles. A source told People that the singer cried several times on her big day - all "happy tears." However, on Aug. 16, Asghari filed for divorce from Spears, citing irreconcilable differences, per court documents obtained by POPSUGAR. Asghari noted their date of separation as July 28, 2023. Reps for Spears and Asghari did not respond to POPSUGAR's requests for comments at the time. Ahead, take a look at every big moment in Spears and Asghari's relationship timeline.