Monique Coleman - The Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Grants Banquet at The Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Arrivals at The Beverly Wilshire - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Thursday 13th August 2015
Naomi and Ely are the best of friends but, as most friendships go, they tend to have a lot in common; including the boys they like. So the buddies decide to combat this issue head on, by writing up a no-kiss list; a list of boys who neither of them are allowed to kiss, to save each other feelings of jealousy and resentment. Soon, though, Naomi finds herself falling for Ely a little, despite him being gay. This isn't a problem that sticks around long as soon Naomi meets a guy called Bruce and the pair start dating. But Naomi is heartbroken beyond her wildest nightmares when Ely kisses Bruce, with the excuse that his name wasn't on the no-kiss list. He's unapologetic, however, and it soon dawns on Naomi that she has lost her lifelong best buddy as well as her boyfriend - and that's going to to take some getting over. Maybe the key to true love means scrapping the list altogether.
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Monique Coleman and Victoria Justice - 20th Century Fox's 'Naomi & Ely's No Kiss List' at 2015 Outfest's LGBT Los Angeles Film Festival at The Montalban Theater - Hollywood, California, United States - Friday 17th July 2015
Liev Schreiber and his partner Naomi Watts were among the star arrivals at the New York premiere of 'The Butler'. Liev played the part of President Lyndon B. Johnson in the flick, while Naomi is set to portray a similarly important historical figure in her new film 'Diana' as the titular Princess.
The central dilemma comes when Sharpay -- whose family turns out to be so rich (dad lands in a helicopter for his tee time) that one wonders why she is slumming it at public school -- attempts to steal Troy (Zac Efron) away from Gabriella (Vanessa Anne Hudgens) by pulling strings to elevate him from the kitchen and the caddy locker room to a salaried position, complete with "Italian shoes." Not only does this successfully alienate him from Gabriella, but his b-ball friends start to hate him too. Will Troy hang with the riches or realize that friendship is more important than his future?
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What began as (I'm guessing) a made-for-the-Disney-Channel TV movie is now a DVD, perfect for those Sweet Sixteens and slumber parties where pink-clad thespians can ask who's cuter: Vanessa or Ashley, or whether Vanessa and Zac are right for each other, or who on the basketball team is the absolute dreamiest.
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