“High School Musical’s” Sharpay Evans is going to get her time to shine in Disney’s all new movie “Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure.”
Ashley Tisdale stars in the Disney Channel original movie premiering this month.
When a New York casting director sees Sharpay perform at a charity event, the ambitious teen decides to head to Broadway for an audition.
Sharpay packs her bags and Boi, her Yorki, and leaves for New York City.
Other familiar “High School Musical” stars will appear in the movie, including Jessica Tuck and Robert Curtis Brown.
“Ugly Betty” star Alec Mapa and Gill Samms and Jack Plotnick from “Shake It Up” take on roles in Disney’s new movie as well. Broadway writer Robert Horn is behind this film, along with director Michael Lembeck. “High School Musical” executive-producers Bill Borden and Barry Rosenbush team up once again for this Disney film. The movie airs May 22 on Disney Channel.
Ashley Tisdale To Star In New “High School Musical” Spin-Off. Some of Disney’s “High School Musical” alumni aren’t ready to leave the singing/dancing franchise behind just yet. Ashley Tisdale is reportedly going to reprise her role as Sharpay Evans in a new spin-off movie for Disney Channel. Tisdale will star in and executive produce “Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventures.” According to JustJared.com, the movie is expected to shoot this summer and will premiere on the network in 2011. The “High School Musical” spin-off is the franchise’s first since “High School Musical 3″ hit theaters in 2008. “High School Musical 4″ was previously announced but has not yet get gotten off the ground. It was expected to feature an all new cast of Wildcats. Meanwhile, there’s no word on any of the “High School Musical” stars will join Tisdale on her “Fabulous Adventures,” especially Lucas Grabeel, who played her brother Ryan. Tisdale has kept herself busy with non-Disney projects as well. Last summer she released her second album “Guilty Pleasure,” which was voted one of the best albums of the year by Billboard readers and starred in “Aliens in the Attic.” She’s also signed on to star in the upcoming cheerleading drama “Hellcats” for the CW. Meanwhile, other “High School Musical” graduates have been keeping busy as well. Vanessa Hudgens will star in the summer’s modern re-telling of “Beauty and the Beast,” “Beastly,” Efron wrapped on the drama “Charlie St. Cloud,” and Corbin Bleu is currently “In the Heights” on Broadway.
We wonder whether the merger between Disney and Marvel is going to prompt a disruption in the universe — an earthshaking twist in the plot line of each company, which leaves both never quite the same . Because, you see, it’s time that Marvel’s superheroines took a lesson from their doe-eyed sisters on refusing to be pushed to the sidelines of a story, and it’s time that Disney’s princesses embraced a bit of the spirit and complexity of their mask-wearing alter-egos. For the benefit of both. Continue reading →
Eminem returned to the spotlight Sunday, spitting the lyrics of his name-dropping singles “We Made You” and “Crack A Bottle” from his hit album Relapse at the MTV Movie Awards. But not long after his performance, he stormed away from his seat in the auditorium when Sacha Baron Cohen, dressed as his flamboyant character Brüno in angel wings and a barely-visible thong, descended on wires and landed face down in the rapper’s lap. Bodyguards pounced and Eminem’s entourage made its exit in what was the most outrageous moment of a night of filled with irreverence. Other examples: host Andy Samberg spoofing box office hits like Slumdog Millionaire (which was nominated six times but came up empty handed) and Star Trek, Amy Poehler accepting the Golden Popcorn trophy for the best “WTF moment” and Forest Whitaker singing an operatic rendition of Samberg’s Emmy Award winning song “D- in a Box.” But the night belonged to the film sensation Twilight, which picked up five awards, including the top prize for best movie. After Shia LaBeouf handed out the best fight award to its stars Robert Pattinson and Cam Gigandet for their tussle in the vampire movie, Pattinson also picked up the award for the best breakthrough performance by a male. Later, he and costar Kristen Stewart teased the crowd by nearly reenacting the kiss between their characters Edward Cullen and Bella Swan while accepting the award for best buss. Stewart also won the prize for best female performance. “I was just about as awkward as you thought I was going to be,” the flustered star said at the podium. Other winners included High School Musical 3: Senior Year’s Ashley Tisdale, who won in the female breakthrough performance category while her costar Zac Efron (see photo) won for best male performance. Jim Carey won for best comedic performance for his role in Yes Man and Heath Ledger was posthumously honored for his legendary performance in The Dark Knight. The best song from a movie went to Miley Cyrus for “The Climb,” which was featured in Hannah Montana: The Movie.
Efron, Kiefer Sutherland and Triumph the Insult Dog presented former MTV Movie Awards host Ben Stiller with the MTV Generation Award, honoring the actor for a career of “selling out box offices without selling out.”
The dancer-turned-actress Jennifer Morrison made her film debut in the movie “Intersection.” She has also starred in “Urban legends Final Cut” and “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” but she currently has a role on the Fox drama “House.” The actress was born August 19, 1979, in Chicago and has dated co-star Jesses Spencer. An actress who first earned her critical laurels (and reeled in a substantial television fanbase) as Dr. Alison Cameron on the blockbuster medical drama House (2004), Jennifer Morrison grew up well outside the realm of Hollywood, in a middle-class family in the Chicago suburb of Arlington Heights, Illinois. As a preteen and teenager, Morrison entered showbusiness via modeling, appearing in innumerable print campaigns and gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated for Kids at one point; after wrapping up high school, she attended Loyola University as a theater major (reportedly graduating in only three years) and subsequently trained with the legendary Steppenwolf theatrical ensemble, onetime home to such stars as John Malkovich, Gary Sinise, and Glenne Headly. From there, Hollywood fame was merely a short leap away; by the time of her Loyola graduation, Morrison had already officially debuted onscreen, with a small part as the daughter of Richard Gere and Sharon Stone in the psychological drama Intersection (1994) and a more significant role as a missing girl who psychically haunts Kevin Bacon in the supernatural thriller Stir of Echoes (1999). Morrison signed for her first lead with a role that many felt unworthy of her talents and intelligence: that of Amy Mayfield, a young film student who gets in way over her head amid a thesis project on urban legends, in John Ottman’s slasher outing Urban Legends: The Final Cut (2000). Subsequent projects included Michael Davis’s teen-oriented romantic comedy 100 Women (2002), Casey La Scala’s teen comedy Grind (2003), and — as something of a nadir — the critically despised holiday gross-out fest Surviving Christmas (2004), in which she played Ben Affleck’s snotty girlfriend. As indicated, House represented Morrison’s breakthrough and the role that finally brought her public attention. The long-running Fox drama told of Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie), a diagnostician with an astounding degree of medical knowledge and an absolute dearth of social skills. As Dr. Cameron (an immunologist with a not-so-secret crush on the physician), Morrison brought a much-needed dose of warmth and vulnerability to the series. Morrison subsequently made headlines in 2007, when she was tapped to appear as Winona Kirk, James T. Kirk’s mother, in J.J. Abrams’s much-anticipated 11th installment of the Star Trek series.
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Alyssa Milano, Amanda Bynes, Angelina Jolie, AnnaLynne McCord, Anne Hathaway, April Bowlby, Ashley Tisdale, Britney Spears, Brooke Burke , Carmen Electra, Carrie Underwood, Catherine Bell, Charlize Theron, Christina Aguilera, Eva Larue,
Eva Longoria, Fergie, Gina Gershon, Hayden Panettiere, Heather Locklear, Heidi Montag, Helen Flanagan, Hilary Duff, Jane Krakowski,
Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jennifer Tilly, Jessica Alba, Jessica Beil, Jessica Simpson, Joanna Levesque, Julianne Hough,
Kaley Cuoco, Kate Beckinsale, Katharine McPhee, Katherine Heigl, Kelly Brook, Kim Kardashian, Kirsten Dunst, Kristen Bell, Kristin Cavallari, Kristin Chenoweth, Lindsay Lohan, Lisa Rinna, Lucy Pinder, Mariah Carey, Marisa Tomei, Megan Fox, Miley Cyrus, Minka Kelly,
Miranda Kerr, Monica Bellucci, Nadine Coyle, Pamela Anderson, Paris Hilton, Paula Abdul, Raquel Welch, Rose McGowan, Salma Hayek,
Sarah Palin, Scarlett Johansson, Shauna Sands, Shawn Johnson, Summer Glau, Tara Reid, Tina Fey, Tricia Helfer, Aishwarya Rai,
Ali Larter, Angelina Jolie, Cheryl Ladd, Christina Applegate, Courtney Thorne Smith, Danica Patrick, Farrah Fawcett, Gina Gershon,
Jaclyn Smith, Jaime Pressly, Jami Gertz, Jane Seymour, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jennifer Morrison, Jennifer Tilly, Jessica Alba,
Joanna Garcia, Julia Louis Dreyfus, Kari Byron, Katie Couric, Lisa Rinna, Marin Hinkle, Michelle Ryan, Minka Kelly, Penelope Cruz ,
Salma Hayek, Valerie Bertinelli.
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