Big gallery update: Photos from 2017 and 2018

Hi! I just wanted to let you know that I’ve already uploaded all the candids, events and photoshoots from 2017 and 2018.


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Transformers: Power of the Primes – Official Trailer

Here’s the first trailer for the animated series Transformers: Power of the Primes. It launches May 1st worldwide on Verizon’s media properties including Tumblr, go90 and select Oath properties. This third and final chapter of the digital series features 10 episodes at approximately 11 minutes per episode.

Jaime’s character is Solus Prime.


Jaime King To Star With Ray Liotta In ‘Cutman’

Jaime’s set to star in the upcoming movie “Cutman” as Josie Ray Broussard, the main character. Here’s the full report by Deadline.


Jaime King has been cast as the female lead in Cutman, the indie drama starring Ray Liotta that comes from producer-director Michael Mailer.

The script, written by Tiffany Heath, follows a retired boxer who is dying of cancer and working as an enforcer for low-level mobsters. He is haunted by the death of his “cutman” and just wants to die in peace before he meets a junkie and her daughter as they all search for meaning and revenge.

King will play the junkie Josie Ray Broussard, a haunted shell of a soul, with a fragile body, left horrifically traumatized by the abuse she endured as a child. Tarnished by heroin addiction and hard living, Josie is a drifter who travels with her 10-year-old daughter, Stryk, wherever the wind blows them. She raises Stryk in the best way she knows how — to learn the pain and harshness of sheer survival using her own version of brutal tough love — to make her point. Josie, who seems to revel in the misery where she and her daughter now live, uses her feminine wiles and fierce will to complete a dark mission of revenge and redemption.

King recently shot Escape Plan 2 and Escape Plan 3 opposite Sylvester Stallone, and the indie drama Ice Cream in the Cupboard adapted from the book by Pat Moffett, and up next is How to Cook Your Daughter, a drama based on a memoir by Jessica Hendra and Blake Morrison about Hendra’s experience growing up as the daughter of a National Lampoon editor and suffering verbal and sexual abuse at his hands.

King, who will next voice a character for the TV series Transformers: Power of the Primes, is repped by Gersh, WME, manager Oren Segal and Myman Greenspan.

Jaime’s car is attacked by man on Skateboard in Beverly Hills

A few hours ago, TMZ reported that Jaime’s car was attacked by a man on a skateboard, who jumped on her car and smashed the windows while James Knight and a friend of Jaime were inside the car. Apparently, Jaime was not inside the car at the momento of the attack.

The update on the incident adds that James was struck by glass. We hope he’s ok and it’s nothing serious. We also send our love and hugs to Jaime and her friend. We can only imagine how terrible the attack was.


UPDATE 4/5: Here’s Jaime’s official statement about the attack, which was much worse than it was reported. Once again, it was an horriffic attack and we are glad that they are all ok.

Since the beggining I was unsure wheter or not no post the candids pictures (I ended up uploading it, was you may have seen), but after reading Jaime’s words I have decided to delete all the photos.


Here’s the full report by TMZ

Jaime King was rattled to the point of tears when a stranger jumped onto her car and smashed her windows in the heart of Beverly Hills.

You can tell from the photos … the actress was absolutely terrified. According to witnesses, Jaime was in her Mercedes-Benz when the man approached on a skateboard, crawled onto her hood … and then started banging at her windshield.

He eventually moved to the back of her car, and you can see … he nearly shattered the rear and front windshields. It’s unclear when Jaime got out of the car, but she was not injured.

Police got multiple 911 calls from witnesses who said the man was on a mini-reign of terror even before he got to Jaime’s car — allegedly punching and kicking several other vehicles, and throwing cans at several passersby.

Bev Hills PD responded and nabbed the suspect near the scene. We’re told he appears to be a transient.


6:25 PM PT — Beverly Hills PD tells TMZ … Jaime was actually outside of the car when the man began smashing it, but her friend and 4-year-old son were inside, parked along the curb. We’re told the man jumped on the vehicle and then on the rear windshield, causing glass to shatter … which struck King’s child.

Jaime’s friend then jumped out of the car to confront the guy, and he threw a can at her. Police say the man vandalized another person’s vehicle right before King’s.

The suspect — 47-year-old L.A. man, Paul Francis Floyd — was arrested for felony child endangerment, felony vandalism, and misdemeanor battery. He’s being held on $100k bail.

Love Magazine #19

Here are two new photos for LOVE Magazine #19 and a behind the scenes video.

“I look at myself now and I look at myself when I was a child, and all of my dreams came true in the biggest way,’ she says. ‘A girl who really came from nothing, from the middle of Omaha, Nebraska, was able to become an artist, meet all of these incredible people, really follow my passion, and finally feel like I fit in somewhere.” Says Jaime on the industry she grew up in.

Jaime announces new collection for For Love and Lemons

Here’s a small teaser video of Jaime’s new collection Jaime King x For Love and Lemons. WE CAN’T WAIT!

POSER/MASTER STUMBLER ? Jaime King x For Love and Lemons coming soon!!!

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Jaime joins ‘Transformers’ Animated Series

Amazing news! Here’s the full report by THR

The final act of Machinima’s and Hasbro’s Transformers: Prime Wars Trilogy is ramping up its star power, with both Ron Perlman and Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s Mark Hamill joining the cast for the upcoming Transformers: Power of the Primes.

Hamill is no stranger to the Transformers franchise, having voiced a guest role in the Transformers: Rescue Botsseries in 2014. He actually makes his debut in the final episode of Transformers: Titans Return, released Tuesday on the streaming service go90. In it, he plays Megatronus, the first Decepticon, exiled from Cybertron after murdering one of the other original Thirteen Primes.

Megatronus will continue to play a large part in Power of the Primes, where he’ll be joined by Perlman, voicing Optimus Primal, as well as a number of new voice actors including Mikey Way, Jaime King, Gregg Berger — the voice of Grimlock from 1986’s Transformers: The Movie — and WWE’s Samoa Joe, who’ll take on the role of Predaking.

Other actors who’ll return for the final season of the animated series include Wil Wheaton, Judd Nelson and Kari Wahlgren.

Transformers: Power of the Primes, currently scheduled to launch in the second quarter of this year, will close out the trilogy that launched in August 2016 with the first episode of Transformers: Combiner Wars; that series was followed by the 10-part Titans Return. The series is overseen by executive producer F.J. DeSanto, and written by Adam Beechen.


She Knows Interview: Jaime King Hears Your Body-Shaming, & It Hurts

Jaime King is here for women. When it comes to finding the right balance between work life, home life and caring for oneself, working on projects that speak uniquely to issues women face or even pointing out harmful comments in an attempt to get others to see that it’s not right, King has made it her personal mission to dispel the negativity aimed at women and lift herself and other women up in the process. Sure, she may not do it perfectly or she may not feel like she’s getting it right 100 percent of the time, but she’s human; it happens. Regardless of this, it’s clear from the work she does on camera and the way she lets us into her world on social media that her voice is strong and clear and yes, she’s here to lift all women up.

This idea became increasingly clear when King sat down with SheKnows in person to speak about her new film, Bitch (it’s in theaters now!). In the film, King plays the sister of the film’s protagonist, a wife and mother who snaps under the pressures of motherhood and soon begins acting like a vicious dog. The film, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, is a darkly comic look at what happens when one woman’s psyche is finally torn apart as the expectations of her gender roles grow too heavy to bear. For King, the message and themes of Bitch are incredibly important, especially as they relate to the unique issues women of today face.

“When Marianna [Palka, the film’s director] wrote Bitch and how timely it was, it wasn’t like we were trying to put out this thing that has this very left message or feminist message. It’s a holistic film about love. It’s really pro-family,” King explained. She continued, “That’s [what it’s] really about, really looking at ourselves by taking that word, bitch, and they hear that title and they’re like, ‘Are you the bitch?’ and I’m like, ‘That’s why it’s a great title’ because of course, they think that’s the ultimate insult. One of the women in the film has to be a bitch. And so, it’s so fascinating to see, between the first act and the end, to see this guy, his transformation, that we can all relate to.”

But Bitch is not the first time King has had to interact with barbed words directed at her or about her gender and find a way to nullify them. It becomes clear while talking with her that King is uniquely aware of her position in the entertainment industry as a model, actor, wife, mother and woman. All roles subject her to an unfair amount of scrutiny and frequently that takes the form of body-shaming comments.

At one point in our chat with King, she recalled when those body-shaming comments, the easiest barbs for the public to throw, really got under her skin. It began with the unveiling of her new collaboration with the fashion line For Love and Lemons.

“The other day, I posted this video of this collection I worked on for two years. It’s a collaboration with For Love and Lemons and I’m so excited about it and I wanted to collaborate. I’ve had this dream since I was 18. I’ve always wanted to create a collection for every race and every size because growing up in the fashion industry, I would see all of my black girlfriends and all of my girlfriends of color always struggling with things, things that people would never get […] not to mention bigotry and discrimination,” King explained.

She continued, describing how her own changing body influenced the collection as well as her aforementioned concerns with creating something for women of all races. “I remember when I turned 18, all of a sudden I had a completely different body, and then in my 20s, I was 60 pounds heavier (I had endometriosis that was undiagnosed), and it was like, I wanted to create this collection that was for every single woman. I was adamant about it.”

But as soon as King posted the video online, instead of seeing celebratory comments, she was met with criticisms about her own appearance. What should have been an exciting time for her was undercut by the negativity pouring out from others. “So as soon as I posted this video of myself in full-brief underwear and this little top, [the commenters are] like, ‘You’re anorexic. You need to get help. You need to eat a cheeseburger. This is disgusting. You’re unhealthy. This would never fit a size 6,'” she said. “It was like someone just took a dagger.”

King’s reaction was, of course, understandable given the criticism; it hurt and it hurt her deeply. “I was just like, isn’t it interesting that I spent two years and half of my life dreaming of making a collection for everybody and the first thing people are doing is judging that I’m too thin, that I’m ugly. I’m too skinny, that I’m promoting something that’s unhealthy when I do yoga every day or when my diseases actually affect my body weight.”

And here, it becomes clear King wants people to take a step back and hopefully see that the words they use carry weight and meaning, and often they are used to talk about a person or situation they know nothing about. “The way that these autoimmune diseases — the endometriosis, the PCOS that I have — the way that it burns the calories in my body and the way that I eat […] it’s like I can’t win. Like I was called ‘fat’ when I was [one] weight and ‘too skinny’ when I was at this weight. It doesn’t matter who you are, that hurts,” she told SheKnows.

“It’s just really interesting to see what happens when you live in your authenticity. It’s not easy to be living in your authenticity all the time or to be as outspoken as I am because I don’t feel like I’m the first person to speak out about these things,” she notes.

And whenever she gets too worried about speaking up or being honest and real with others, she reminds herself of this one very true thing: “I’m like, ‘There’s a reason why I’m saying it in the first place. There’s a reason why I’m saying it, and it’s because I don’t want people to feel alone in this world.”

Jaime attends the celebration of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards Season

Last night Jaime attended the HFPA and InStyle’s Celebration of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards Season in LA. I’ve added all the pics to our gallery, including a few HQ.

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2017 Baby2Baby Gala

I’ve just uploaded all the pics of Jaime and Kyle at the 2017 Baby2Baby Gala on November 11.

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