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The Australian actor claims to be invited by George Clooney and girlfriend to their post-Oscars party at Craig's in Hollywood, but his name cannot be found on the guest list.
The 'True Blood' hunk will appear in a Valentine's Day episode of the FOX comedy as an attractive man whom Jess meets in a bar.
A representative for the 'True Blood' star is quick to come out with a denial after a low-resolution shot of the actor with his pants down leaked out.
Anna Paquin is sandwiched between Stephen Moyer and Alexander Skarsgard when attending the red carpet event in Los Angeles.
After spotting the bloodied man while driving through Hollywood, the 'True Blood' actor stops his car to help carry the guy to the sidewalk and stays with him until the paramedics arrived.
Back in his home country, the 'True Blood' actor is celebrated as the men magazine's top award recipient.
'The sheer beauty of who he is really came through,' said the Australian actor who won't mind experimenting with the same sex on 'True Blood'.
The killer cat used in a scene of 'Red Hill' showed its claw and teeth towards its owner and therefore had to be replaced.
The 'True Blood' star has signed up to play convicted killer Charles Manson in the as-yet-untitled project, which will be directed by Brad Anderson.
The likes of Sturgess and Ryan Kwanten come as part of the voice cast ensemble, while Hudgens and her 'Sucker Punch' co-stars join the September 19 event as guests.
The Jason Stackhouse of the vampire TV series reveals that one fan once sent him specimen and hoped he would fill it up with 'a little bit of his love juice'.
The 'True Blood' actor revealed his scary experience as a kid when his dad took him for a surf off the coast of Sydney.
Although the adult magazine hasn't called him to pose nude, the Jason Stackhouse of the HBO series already has his answer, stating 'No, man. No!'
Beside showing the fact that real wolves are used in the filming, the featurette also captures the cast talking about their characters in pairs.
Taking the baton from such actors as Sam Worthington and Isla Fisher, the Australian hunks received the top honor by Australians In Film.