Kevin Jonas told OK! 'It's funny because both of us are pretty much the opposite. I'm very messy so sometimes that bites me in the butt because she's extremely organised and clean, so it definitely takes a toll, but it's nice having that person with you. You start to realise how nice and clean everything is all the time.
The other night we had an argument. Sometimes you say things you don't necessarily mean or it's misconstrued. All you want is for the person to be with you. It came across as me never wanting her to get a job and that I think her place is in the house, and that wasn't my opinion at all.
Anytime we can be together is important and anything fun or unique we haven't done in a while is always nice. Going for dinner is always a plus or going to a movie or bowling.'
Rockstar Jon Bon Jovi told the London Evening Standard about Justin Bieber consistently being late for concerts: 'Every generation has guys that do that, none of that is new. They run the risk of disrespecting their audience members who have worked hard to pay for their ticket, to give you the permission to take two or three hours of their lives, or in that kid's case, 80 minutes of their lives.
Do it once, you can be forgiven. Do it enough times and shame on you. They won't have you back. Then it just becomes a cliche. It's really not cool, you're an a**hole. Go to f**kin' work!'
Nymphomanic producer Lars von Trier told The Hollywood Reporter: 'Above the waist it will be the star and the below the waist it will be the doubles.' The film will include graphic sex scenes between the members of the all-star cast, including Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgard, Shia LaBeouf and Uma Thurman.
For the truly hard-core elements of the film, von Trier used body doubles for the stars. He will use digital technology to combine the actors' non-explicit displays with the pornographic performance of the doubles.
'We shot the actors pretending to have sex and then had the body doubles, who really did have sex, and in post we will digital-impose the two. So above the waist it will be the star and the below the waist it will be the doubles.'
Zac Efron will star in true-crime film NARC, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Narc, described as a college-set Donnie Brasco, centers on an all-American college student who was a big man on campus. He was the president of his fraternity and captain of his lacrosse team but got busted by local police when he was caught with some cocaine he was going to distribute at a party.
The police offered him a deal in which he would not be arrested if he became an undercover informant. The student then ended up living a secret double life while in college, wearing wiretaps and eventually putting away big-time criminals.