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Home Improvement Taran Noah Smith Arrested for DUI

Home Improvement Taran Noah Smith Arrested for DUI, Drug Possession: Report

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Taran Noah Smith

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Taran Noah Smith, who played youngest child Mark Taylor on the ’90s sitcom Home Improvement for 8 years, was arrested early Wednesday for DUI and drug possession, according to a report.

Smith, 27, was arrested around 1 a.m. in Los Angeles County, reports Police say he was pushing underneath the change of pot and also had hash, a form of marijuana, in his car.

After Home Improvement went off the air, Smith has mostly late from behaving and stayed out of the limelight. In 2001, he sued his relatives over the income he made as a minor, alleging they were spendthrift his trust fund.

Last fall, he participated in a Home Improvement reunion print fire and talk alongside his castmates for Entertainment Weekly.

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Revenge Emily VanCamp Explains What She Looking for in a Man

Revenge Emily VanCamp Explains What She Looking for in a Man

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She may be headed for the tabernacle on her strike show Revenge, but Emily VanCamp, who plays Emily Thorne (and swears she is zero like her character), is still looking for “the one” in genuine life.

Most recently connected to Vampire Diaries star Joseph Morgan, VanCamp tells Canada’s Flare magazine stretch is to censure for their breakup.

“I’m operative non-stop in L.A., he’s operative in Atlanta. It kind of makes it impossible,” she says in the Mar cover story. “It doesn’t take divided from the love that dual people have, and we think he’s extraordinary.”

Another unusual thing: Juggling dual suitors on Revenge – common Jack (Nick Wechsler) and stream fiancé, uber-rich Daniel Grayson (Josh Bowman) – but that doesn’t meant life imitates art for VanCamp.

“It’s all about making me laugh. we can be utterly critical infrequently so shouting is key,” she says of what she looks for in the ideal boyfriend. “I think it’s important to be with a man who has a clever clarity of integrity. That’s how we was raised, and that’s something we demeanour for. And humility. we think people who miss piety are unequivocally annoying.”

More irritating than nosiness mother-in-law Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe)? There are a span of, according to Entertainment Weekly, jaw-dropping episodes in Feb we’ll just have to wait and see!

The Hunger Games Fiery Costumes Revealed

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Watch that lighter, Cinna! Entertainment Weekly has an disdainful initial demeanour at Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta Mellark’s (Josh Hutcherson) incendiary black Hunger Games unitards — and yet unlit, they’re flattering cool. The costumes, designed in celebration by Everdeen’s stylist Cinna (Lenny Kravitz), are eventually set aflame, and the dual immature stars daunt the people of Panem as they float by city the night before the games begin.

Last month, InStyle asked several designers to suppose the burning costumes, with Christian Siriano, Charlotte Ronson and Nicole Miller creating super-cool yellow, orange and red interpretations of the look. Though we’ll have to wait until the film’s recover on Mar 23rd to see the costumes aglow, this initial demeanour is definitely removing us excited.

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Viola Davis: Why we Stayed during George Clooney Villa

Viola Davis: Why we Stayed at George Clooney’s Villa

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George Clooney and Viola Davis

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It’s a anticipation of large women: Waking adult in George Clooney’s Italian villa on Lake Como.

But for The Help star Viola Davis, that dream was a reality. Only reduction George, that is.

“I begged him to let me stay at his villa in Lake Como for my honeymoon,” Davis, 46 – who married Julius Tennon in 2003 – tells Entertainment Weekly of her good crony and likely associate Oscar contender.

“I wasn’t there,” adds the actor, 50. “That was her request!”

But Davis and her new father didn’t seem to skip him. “We were the only ones in the villa,” she says. “It’s a 22-room villa!” With copiousness of lush extras to foot – when asked if she used Clooney’s pizza oven, Davis joked: “I didn’t make the pizza. His staff made the pizza.

And while he wasn’t physically present, Clooney was only too happy to play host.

“I had just bought the place and she was removing married, which we attempted to speak her out of,” he tells the repository with a laugh. “But that didn’t work out.”