Victoria Justice visits Universal Studios where she was being interviewed by Mario Lopez and Charissa Thompson for the television show 'Extra' - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 20th October 2016
Fans have been waiting a long time to hear what Zoe had to say to Chase.
One of TV’s biggest mysteries has finally been solved! Fans of Nickelodeon series ‘Zoe 101’ have been waiting a decade to find out what Zoe said to Chase in the time time capsule and all these years later show creator Dan Schneider has finally come through for them.
Jamie Lynn Spears starred as Zoe in Nickelodeon’s ‘Zoe 101’.
If you're not familiar with ‘Zoe 101’, here’s a quick summary: ‘Zoe 101’ starred Jamie Lynn Spears as Zoe and aired from 2005 to 2008. In the first season’s second episode Zoe recorded a video for her class time capsule were she revealed her true feelings for best friend Chase (who had a massive crush on her).
Continue reading: 10 Years On, 'Zoe 101' Finally Reveals What Was Said In The Time Capsule
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.
Continue: Naomi & Ely's No Kiss List Trailer
The Nickelodeon HALO Awards at Pier 36 saw a host of celebrities arrive to honour the children who inspired by Helping And Leading Others. Amongst the stars were Nick Jonas, British pop band The Vamps (consisting of Connor Ball, Tristan Evans, James McVey and Brad Simpson), and the HALO winners themselves, Yash Gupta, Alanna Wall, Cassandra Lin, Nicholas Lowinger and Lulu Cerone.
Nude pictures of Jennifer Lawrence, Elizabeth Winstead and others have leaked onto the internet, but given the sentence of Michael Chaney - the man who hacked Scarlett Johansson - the person behind the latest leak may be on borrowed time.
Hundreds of explicit images of celebrities including nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence leaked onto the internet on Sunday (August 31, 2014) via the 4chan website. Images of more than 100 well-known actors, singer and celebrities were part of the leak, which is rumored to be part of a major hacking of Apple's iCloud service.
Jennifer Lawrence confirmed the nude pictures were real [Getty/MIke Coppola]
As well as the Hunger Games actress - the most high profile - the list also included Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, Kirsten Dunst, Winona Ryder and Aubrey Plaza. 4chan quickly removed the thread but the images have been circulating since.
Continue reading: Nude Pictures Of Jennifer Lawrence Leak, But Hacker Is On Borrowed Time
Most of these movies feature actors, actresses and filmmakers who really should know better...
This heavy-handed drug-war thriller proves that Oliver Stone has lost the ability to tell a balanced story. And the all-star cast seems clueless about why they're here. Except a vamping Salma Hayek.
Continue reading: The Ten Worst Films Of 2012
You know you're in trouble when a madcap comedy is unable to even raise a smile. And it's worse when it strains to include a sentimentally emotional subplot without grounding anything in believable characters or situations. All that's left is a lot of corny toilet humour and eye-rollingly limp schmaltz. Even a decent cast can't rescue this one.
It all happens on one Halloween night in Ohio, when brainy 18-year-old Wren (Justice) and her oversexed pal April (Levy) plan to attend the party of the year hosted by the school hottie. But Wren's mother (Handler) runs off to her own party, leaving Wren in charge of her mischievous 8-year-old brother Albert (Nicoll), who hasn't spoken a word since their father died a year earlier. And Albert quickly ditches Wren, running off for an adventure with a lovelorn convenience store employee (Middleditch). To find him, Wren gets help from the nerdy Roosevelt (Mann), who has a crush on her.
The premise has potential, blending Adventures in Babysitting and Home Alone along with a bit of emotional subtext. But the screenwriters never make anything of it, instead indulging in startlingly unfunny slapstick, jokes about paedophilia and a sappy streak of half-baked sentiment. All of which means that the filmmakers waste their solid cast at every turn. Justice and Levy make an enjoyable if unlikely duo, while Nicholl is full of unpredictable energy. But the filmmakers manage to subdue the usually irrepressible Handler in a badly underdeveloped role that's still the most interesting thing in the film.
Continue reading: Fun Size Review
Popular high school chicks Wren and April can't believe their luck when they are invited to long-haired heartthrob Aaron Riley's much anticipated Halloween party. It appears Wren's only problem is to work out what her costume's going to be; that is until she's about to leave the house and her mother drops the bombshell that she's to babysit for her eccentric younger brother Albert while he goes Trick-or-Treating dressed as Spider Man. As if things weren't bad enough, while Wren and April are moping about missing the party, Albert disappears on his own. Anxious that her mother will find out she's been neglecting her responsibilities, Wren and April set out on a frantic search for Albert; who is being used an accessory by a man who has set out to avenge a broken heart; whilst swindling 'nerds' and suffering public humiliation along the way.
Continue: Fun Size Trailer
Naomi and Ely are the best of friends but, as most friendships go, they tend...