Young Hollywood Hotties
Young Hollywood Hotties
The Jonas Brothers
JoBro mania has reached far beyond Disney's Camp Rock and Miley Cyrus' Best of Both Worlds tour. While the brothers have stayed true to their young fans, Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas are impressing more than just tweens these days. This year at the Grammys they had the opportunity to perform with music legend Stevie Wonder in front of over 19 million viewers.
WHAT'S NEXT Their new comedy series Jonas premieres on May 2 and they will star in Camp Rock 2 alongside Disney's rising star Demi Lovato in June.
Just a year and a half after capturing the hearts of young fans as Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, London native Robert Pattinson nabbed the male lead in the highly anticipated Twilight saga. Devoted fans of the series who were originally outraged by the casting choice have become nothing short of obsessed with the young actor's now infamous coif and steely vampire stare.
WHAT'S NEXT He and the Twilight cast have started filming the second installment of the series and his performance as Salvador Dali in Little Ashes is now in theatres.
After three installments as likable jock Troy Bolton in the now billion dollar High School Musical franchise, Zac Efron seems ready for the post HSM world. The young star made his first appearance at the Oscars this year as both a presenter and performer (alongside girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens). Efron also recently followed in the footsteps of some of Hollywood's most iconic stars when he made the trip to New York City to host Saturday Night Live.
WHAT'S NEXT His new film, 17 Again co-starring Matthew Perry, hits theatres April 17th.
Nineteen-year-old Daniel Radcliffe was just 12 when Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone made him a household name, but with five Potter films now under his belt, he's proving to be more than just the most famous wizard in the world. This year, Radcliffe took on the male lead in Equus-a complete departure from anything Harry Potter related. Radcliffe was cast as a the dark character of Alan Strange in the Broadway show, who is put under psychiatric surveillance when he blinds six horses. It called for a 10-minute all-nude scene, received positive reviews from critics and left fans eager to see what Radcliffe will take on (or off!) after the seventh and final Potter film wraps.
While the cast has already started shooting the last film, the penultimate Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince hits theatres July 17th.
has come a long way since he won an Emmy for his performance on Even Stevens just six years ago. He's matured from the goofy character of Louis Stevens to a handsome young actor who's shared the silver screen with stars like Harrison Ford, Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore in blockbusters like Indiana Jones and Woody Allen's I Love You, New York.
WHAT'S NEXT Labeouf's latest film Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen hits theatres June 24.
While Penn Badgley had appeared in several WB television series and the 2006 romantic comedy John Tucker Must Die, it wasn't until he was cast as lovable Brooklyn boy Dan Humphrey on Gossip Girl that he became a household name. It's been a career highlight for the young actor, but it's also changed his personal life as well. Badgley has been dating co-star Blake Lively for over a year.
WHAT'S NEXT Badgley and the rest of the Gossip gang have been renewed for another season and his latest film The Stepfather will hit theatres in October.
The adorable Michael Cera has really taken Hollywood by storm. He first caught eyes as George-Michael Bluth on Arrested Development and continued to tug at fan's heartstrings as the adorable Paulie Bleeker in Juno and Nick in Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist.
WHAT'S NEXT While Arrested Development is rumored to be made into a movie, he already has plenty to keep him busy with three movies coming out in 2009 including Year One, Youth in Revolt and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.
After playing the despised Kevin Volchok-who ultimately killed Mischa Barton's character-on The OC, Cam Gigandet seems to have nailed the role of the desirable villain. Being cast against the beloved Edward and Bella as the bad vampire in Twilight should have given most Twilighters a reason to loathe him, but he still remains a fan favorite.
WHAT'S NEXT His character didn't survive the first of the Twilight films, but he has nothing to worry about with five films already slated for 2009 release dates.
's mysterious bad boy character on Gossip Girl and adorable real-life British accent have many fans wondering where he's been hiding all this time. Westwick started his career at age six, but didn't break onto the Hollywood scene until he landed the role of Chuck Bass on Gossip Girl in 2008. With a new movie and another season of Gossip Girl on the way, it seems fans won't have to worry about getting enough of his smoldering stare.
WHAT'S NEXT He'll wrap up the last of the 2009 Gossip Girl season and will soon be promoting his latest film S. Darko with co-star Jackson Rathbone.
The young cast of Gossip Girl has been wrapped up in a whirlwind of fame, but it hasn't seemed to phase Chace Crawford, who seems to be taking his new found celebrity like a pro. The handsome brunette has graced the covers of New York Magazine and Details and recently starred in the music video for Leona Lewis' single "I Will Be."
WHAT'S NEXT Crawford is rumored to have a starring role in a new film called Upstate with Mischa Barton, due out in 2010.