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Gregg Sulkin Is Always Open For a 'Wizards of Waverly Place' Reunion

Gregg Sulkin Is Always Open For a 'Wizards of Waverly Place' Reunion

There’s been talk of Wizards of Waverly Place reunions pretty much since the show ended.

We know that stars Jake T. Austin and even the creator Todd J. Greenwald are up for one, and so is Gregg Sulkin.

“I mean, that show gave me my start here, so I’ll always be grateful, and I’ll always want to do a reunion,” he shared with ET about the possibility.

But, just like co-star Selena Gomez, he agrees that “it’s gotta make sense on a career level for every single person involved.”

Speaking of Selena, Gregg is happy about her many successes after the show ended.

“I’m happy it’s happened to a nice person, because a lot of people in this industry, you seem a certain way, and maybe aren’t,” Gregg says. “But she’s always been really lovely, has always been very determined, hard-working, and if you type in like, ‘Selena Gomez scandal,’ on Google, you’ll never find one.”

Gregg Sulkin Wants All Networks To Implement A Weekly Therapy Session

Gregg Sulkin Wants All Networks To Implement A Weekly Therapy Session

Gregg Sulkin opened up about his reaction to Bella Thorne‘s sexual assault confession.

The Marvel’s Runaways star, who used to date the Famous in Love actress, said that he’s “spoke to her. She’s good.”

“For anybody that has ever experienced that kind of thing, they do have a voice,” he added during his interview with ET. “It must be extremely difficult and hard to try to share their story, [but] the more stories that are shared, hopefully the less it will happen.”

Gregg also has a brilliant idea for TV networks, especially ones that cater to young stars, about weekly, or even daily check in therapy talks.

“It is hard to remain level headed, so I do believe that there should be like, once a week, on any young network, there should be somebody that comes in and talks to these young actors about their life and hearing their teenage thoughts,” he says. “I think it’s hard… when you don’t realize you’re becoming, like, a multimillion-dollar business.”

Gregg continues, “One day, if I continue to work, one thing I want to do with my voice, so to speak, is to make sure that younger actors don’t end up going down the path of some actors that we’ve seen throughout the years.”

“Exactly like the conversation with harassment… [it] would be a nice way to just, kind of, encourage kids to support each other and have a voice.”

Why aren’t networks already doing this? Gregg‘s idea should already be in place.

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Gregg Sulkin Dishes on Chase & Gert Relationship on 'Runaways'

Gregg Sulkin Dishes on Chase & Gert Relationship on 'Runaways'

One thing we noticed in Marvel’s Runaways‘ season one is the relationship building between Chase and Gert.

Gregg Sulkin, who plays Chase, recently opened up about what to expect between the budding romantic couple.

“I think both of them, at the start of the season, are very opposite people, opposite characters. And I think it’s nice to see… two worlds [come together],” he told ET. “You may be different, you may share different opinions, but you can kind of put that aside and fall in love with a person’s heart. I think that is Chase and Gert throughout the first season.”

“The amazing part about the end of the first season is they’re both trying to figure out what it is,” Gregg said. “Is it a teenage hookup? Is it a one-night kind of romance, a rendezvous? I think definitely by the end of season two, you’ll figure out where they’re going… You’ll [know] are they in this? Are they in it, or are they gonna go their separate ways?”

Gregg Sulkin Gets Honest About Growing Up as an Actor!

Gregg Sulkin Gets Honest About Growing Up as an Actor!

Gregg Sulkin is on the cover on Rogue Magazine‘s Winter Issue, hitting newsstands on January 15.

Here’s what the 25-year-old Runaways star had to say:

On the moment he stopped feeling like a child actor: “Personally, I think [it was] when I turned 24. Mentally I felt different. So that was a big transition for me. That year I learned the most about myself. In the past two years I’ve learned so much about myself. I feel like I’m a different human being. There’s a presence there of stability and stillness.”

On fame: “There are so many bigger things going on in the world. So many more issues, so many more problems. And so many more industries in my opinion that are actually benefiting society. Yes film and TV does tell stories and they can help people through things and sometimes the best way to help people is through art. [But] at the same time there are people curing cancer, surgeons, people putting out fires working 36 hours straight. I think it’s easy for people to get caught up in believing that [fame] is everything, and this is the world, and getting a big role is the be all, end all. When in fact, it’s not. I think about what actors can earn, and then I think about firefighters earn, it just doesn’t make sense.”

On filming Runaways: “There’s an energy that runs throughout the cast, there’s a special enthusiasm not just throughout the cast, but throughout the crew. They’re there because they love it and that resonates. You’ve got this wide range of experience throughout the cast but everyone has the same mentality, which is we’re all in this together, we’re all one family, we all want to make the show good, hopefully for many years to come.”

For more from Gregg, visit TheRogueMag.com.

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'Descendants' Stars Dove Cameron & Cameron Boyce Party It Up Before the Globes!

'Descendants' Stars Dove Cameron & Cameron Boyce Party It Up Before the Globes!

So many stars stepped out to celebrate the new class of Hollywood stars at the Vanity Fair x Instagram Party held prior to the Golden Globes on Saturday night (January 6) at Mel’s Diner in West Hollywood, Calif.

Descendants stars Dove Cameron and Cameron Boyce were just two of the stars on the red carpet. Others included Gregg Sulkin, Keke Palmer, Peyton List, Fifth Harmony‘s Dinah Jane, Crystal Reed, Laura Marano, Francia Raisa, and Nyle DiMarco.

Make sure to check out our Raw interviews with Dove, Gregg, and Cameron to learn more about them!

FYI: Dove is wearing an Oscar de la Renta dress, Sergio Rossi shoes, Roger Vivier clutch, and a Coomi ring. Peyton is wearing an Elle Zeitoune dress, Loriblu sandals, Via Saviene and Sydney Evan jewelry. Crystal is wearing a Cushnie et Ochs dress and a Tyler Ellis clutch. Laura is wearing Atelier Swarovski jewelry. Cameron is wearing Topman. Dinah is wearing Amrapali Jaipur earrings.

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Gregg Sulkin Meets Up with Eiza Gonzalez at Esquire Party

Gregg Sulkin Meets Up with Eiza Gonzalez at Esquire Party

Gregg Sulkin suits up and poses for a photo with Baby Driver actress Eiza Gonzalez while attending Esquire‘s celebration of the Golden Globes held at the Medavoy home on Friday night (January 5) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The event, presented by Maserati, was also attended by Patrick Schwarzenegger, who met up with family friends Sophia and Sistine Stallone. Their dads have worked together several times on the big screen!

The final episode of season one of Gregg‘s new series Marvel’s Runaways will be released on Hulu on January 9. Catch up soon!

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Gregg Sulkin Reveals What Convinced Him to Sign On For 'Marvel's Runaways'

Gregg Sulkin Reveals What Convinced Him to Sign On For 'Marvel's Runaways'

Gregg Sulkin is amazing on Marvel’s Runaways and is speaking out on what really got him to sign on for the role.

In a recent interview with Variety, the 25-year-old actor revealed that co-creator Josh Schwartz convinced him to do it and he felt safe in the hands of Josh and co-creator Stephanie Savage.

“I found out about the role when my team sent me the audition. I didn’t know what the project was for, I didn’t know who was involved, and it was a fake character name,” he said about how he was initially pitched the role. “Once I tested, I called Josh Schwartz because they wanted me to sign on to something for seven years that I didn’t know anything about. I was like, ‘Josh, this is a very big that you’re asking me to make and sign a seven-year contract without having read a single thing.’ But he has a great way of convincing people, so here I am.”

“He kept on reiterating that the show is shot in LA, and I have lived here for nine years, so to sleep in my own bed was a big attraction,” he continued. “Both [Schwartz] and Steph have great success rates and their past track record is incredible, so I felt I was in safe hands. I felt like I was talking to a producer who knew exactly what he wanted, knew exactly what he would be doing with it, and I completely trusted him 100%. Both of them had this energy on set where they never panic.

This Is The Moment When Gregg Sulkin Finally Felt Like A Superhero on 'Marvel's Runaways'

This Is The Moment When Gregg Sulkin Finally Felt Like A Superhero on 'Marvel's Runaways'

Gregg Sulkin has had his superhero moment.

The actor, who stars in Marvel’s Runaways on Hulu, shared that he truly felt like a superhero when he first tried on his Fistigons, the weaponized gloves that give his character superhuman abilities.

“When I was putting them on, it kind of felt like, ‘Wow,’” he told THR during a Facebook Live.

He adds, “One, a lot of effort and emotion have gone into this power and these gloves, and, two, it was like, a lot of money has also gone into these gloves and making sure they work.”

It was kind of like, ‘OK, now the pressure is on,’” Gregg shared. “They believed in me to be this superhero, now I am this superhero, now I need to perform.”