Emily Osment - BOO2Bullying benefit at Bootsy Bellows, to raise awareness of bullying and further support the art therapy, mentoring, outreach programs and educational endeavors offered by BOO2Bullying - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 9th October 2015
Emily Osment - VIP sneak peek of Verizon's go90 app held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 25th September 2015
Actress Emily Osment is lending her voice to the upcoming reboot of 1980s cartoon Rainbow Brite.
The former Hannah Montana star has been cast to play the title character in the new series, which features the return of the young girl who brings colour to the world.
Osment posted a photo of her first script for the show on Instagram.com, and added the caption, "First day on the job! Very stoked to be back doing some animation this summer. See you soon! Love, Emily aka Rainbow Brite."
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Miley Cyrus insists she doesn't miss micro-blogging website twitter, but has been ''tweeting vicariously'' through her friend.
Miley Cyrus is tweeting "vicariously" through her friend.
The 'Hannah Montana' star stopped using the micro-blogging website five months ago and although she insists she doesn't miss it, she can't resist keeping an eye on the site and is constantly asking her pal for updates.
She explained: "I've been tweeting vicariously through my friend who is on my show, Emily Osment. So I'm like, 'For all the life that you live on twitter, I'll live through you.' So I'm always like, 'What are people saying?' "
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Miley Cyrus' co-star Emily Osment hopes a sequel to the 'Hannah Montana' movie will be made.
Miley Cyrus' co-star wants a 'Hannah Montana' movie sequel to be made.
Emily Osment - who plays Miley's on-screen best friend Lilly Truscott in the movie and TV series - is desperate to work alongside the outspoken starlet on a follow-up movie or stage show.
She explained: "I don't think anyone wants to see 'Hannah Montana' ever end, so I think we need to do that. We need to do something like 'Hannah Montana Goes to London' or 'Hannah Montana on Ice'!"
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Chances are those reading this review won't have to be told how aspiring singer Miley Stewart (Cyrus) created Hannah Montana so she could live a normal life off the stage. Or how her down-home, country-boy of a father (Billy Ray Cyrus) worries that his daughter is spending too much time in the self-centered, shallow celebrity pool and losing touch with her Tennessee roots.
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Now they have -- except the gamers will have to drop their controllers for a few hours to catch Spy Kids 3-D in order to experience it. This is the movie video gamers have been waiting for, designed specifically for short-attention spans -- it's loaded with stimulating effects, nonstop action sequences, and, best yet, a journey inside a very cool video game in 3-D! It goes without saying that Spy Kids 3-D might be the only movie this summer with enough charisma to get your kids to leave their consoles -- so take advantage of it.
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Since the vast majority of the audience for "Spy Kid 3D: Game Over" has probably never seen a 3D movie with cheap, old-fashioned blue-and-red-lensed cardboard glasses, here's a three-point primer for proper enjoyment of any flick in this format:
1) Sit toward the middle of the theater. Because of the twin-image nature of 3D projection, the more off-center you are from the screen, the more you'll see eye-straining "ghosting" of images through your glasses instead of proper depth of field.
2) The left lens (red) always seems uncomfortably darker than the right (blue). Get used to it.
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Getting by on little more than its contagious charm, "Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams" has about three-quarters the fun of its spry 2001 predecessor -- but it's a rushed, slapdash, sequel-for-the-sake-of-a-sequel with less than half the plot and ingenuity.
Taking place some time after the cartoonish espionage adventures of the first film has lead to the creation of a Spy Kids division within the OSS (what that stands for goes unexplained, even in the press kit), Part Two picks up in the middle of a rivalry between hero spy kids Carmen and Juni Cortez (Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara reprise the roles) and impudent, bratty upstarts Gary and Gerti Giggles (Matt O'Leary and Emily Osment).
The Giggles horn in on the Cortezes' rescue of the U.S. president's equally bratty daughter (Taylor Momsen) from an wild amusement park ride run amuck in the movie's opening scene, then get assigned to a coveted mission by their father Donnagon Giggles (Mike Judge, creator of "Beavis and Butthead"), a crooked agent who is appointed OSS director over Carmen and Juni's father (Antonio Banderas).
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