The White Collar stud leisurely walked out of the popular burrito eatery here in L.A. carrying an interesting cookbook (The Amazing Acid-Alkaline Cookbook), and all of Hollywood continues to obsess over how he maintains his ridiculous body.
HIH's very own Hiko Mitsuzuka chatted with both actors for the magazine and found out some interesting tidbits from Giuntoli: SNL veteran Fred Armisen has been known to crash the Portland set of NBC's supernatural hit.
Now THAT'S a Portlandia sketch we'd love to see.
Catch the rest (and more) in Bello's Spring Fashion issue HERE.
Chris Hardwick, founder of the popular Nerdist blog, podcast, and YouTube channel, host of AMC's Talking Dead, author of The Nerdist Way, and overall King of Nerd Culture, covers the entertainment section of this month's issue of Bello Mag.
HIH's Hiko Mitsuzuka interviewed the geek entrepreneur back in August, and together, they covered everything from Comic Con and Sleepaway Camp to Tina Fey and Fraggle Rock.
On nerd culture becoming mainstream: "It allows me to work in fields that I really care about. But also, if it weren't mainstream, we wouldn't get Joss Whedon directing The Avengers movies."
On his increasingly busy schedule: "I'm really anal about my calendar. It looks like a Tetris game board."
HIH's Hiko Mitsuzuka chatted with Hardwick earlier today during a photo shoot for the digital mag's October issue, which will feature the Talking Dead host in a fashionable spread and one-on-one interview. But before that, September's Fashion Issue will showcase Parker Young, who plays jock-with-a-heart Ryan Shay, on the ABC sitcom.
During a second round of Chardonnay, we befriended Pretty Little Liars star Keegan Allen (above, with yours truly), who was there to support the online art gallery that displayed its most recent (and exclusive) artwork by established and emerging artists (Antonio "Nino" Del Prete, Vanessa Prager, Davyd Whaley, Domingo Zapata, Jordi Molla, and Sage Vaughn).
Founded in L.A. by Eva Maria Daniels and Alexandra Canosa earlier this year, the Gallery is committed to working with diverse, intellectually driven and unconventional artists who focus on abstract work, paintings, mixed media, and photography.
LEFT: Keegan with costar Shay Mitchell. RIGHT: Kasia Wolejnio from the upcoming Zac Efron film, The Paperboy.
"We like to foster innovative and ambitious projects and work with people who inspire us," says Daniels. "We believe that art should be accessible and enjoyed by all so we want to give everyone the chance to view and buy high quality artwork that will be become a valuable investment."
The former Superman graces the cover of Bello Mag's Summer Fashion issue, and our very own Hiko Mitsuzuka did the interview with Routh, who appears in CBS's Partners this fall.
Also steaming up the digital mag's Entertainment section is Step Up Revolution's Ryan Guzman (another contribution from HIH's executive editor) and a spotlight on JeanLuc Bilodeau from ABC Family's Baby Daddy.
If you've been wondering what Matthew Fox has been up to since Lost, then look no further. He plays a murderer and MMA fighter in the latest Alex Cross film. This time Tyler Perry temporarily strips away his fat suit to play the detective/psychologist -- first portrayed by Morgan Freeman in Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider -- as he hunts for his wife's murderer. Lost's Matthew Fox, as you can see above, daringly decided to play the killer role without any signs of body fat -- and without the dramatic crutches of hair or skin (shades of Edward Norton in American History X, anyone?). We can only imagine the countless workout questions the actor will be asked at press junkets when this thing comes out.
XXX and The Fast and the Furious director Rob Cohen helmed the film, so you probably shouldn't expect anything more profound than the Alex Cross commercials from author James Patterson. However, if you're interested in seeing Fox look insane and insanely ripped, or seeing Tyler Perry wear a trenchcoat, here are some production stills from the set. Alex Cross hits theaters in October.
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