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Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade got sexy and silly in a series of photos posted to Instagram this week. The couple is currently on vacation to celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary, and they took to social media to share snaps from their fun trip. Gabrielle showed off her body in a black bikini in one, writing, "Surprise anniversary vacation is off to a great start . . . Cheers to the weekend folks!" then changed into a white two-piece and struck a Heisman trophy pose; she captioned the photo, "Breakin tackles like Mike Rozier. . . College football coming up quick. Go Big Red! #nebraska #cornhuskers." In addition to ringing in one year of marriage with Dwyane, Gabrielle is also celebrating a career milestone. Last week marked 15 years since the cheerleader comedy Bring It On was released, and she commemorated the exciting moment by posting a photo of herself from the movie, writing, "Can't believe it's been 15 years. »
The original movie — starring Rowan Blanchard (of the Emmy-nominated Girl Meets World) and Paris Berelc (Mighty Med) — will debut Friday, Oct. 9 at 8/7c as part of “Monstober,” the cabler’s month-long Halloween-themed programming event.
Set in New Orleans during Halloween, Invisible Sister follows Cleo (played by Blanchard), an introverted science prodigy whose class project accidentally turns her popular older sister Molly (Berelc) aka the school’s lacrosse star invisible. »
Teen comedies have a reputation for being lousy. That's probably due to the large number of them that are lousy. So when one rises above the mediocrity, teens notice it, adults notice it, and before you can put the "duh" in "dumb," you've got yourself a cult favorite. That's what happened late in the summer of 2000, when Bring It On hit theaters and we all gladly joined the cheertatorship. The sunny, slightly satiric take on rival cheerleading squads boosted Kirsten Dunst's career, made Gabrielle Union a rising star, and introduced us to Peyton Reed, future director of Ant-Man. Oh, and it came out 15 years ago this week, which means it's time to put down the pom-poms and admit it: You're Old®...
- Eric D. Snider
Brr ... it's cold in here! It's been 15 years since "Bring It On" hit the big screen in 2000 -- don't worry, we feel old too -- and we're celebrating the movie milestone by taking a look back at the film's cast to see what they've been up to for the last decade and a half. The flick told the story of two very different cheer squads -- the Toros from Rancho Carne High School and the East Compton Clovers -- who throw down after it's discovered one has been stealing routines from the other for years. As Torrance Shipman (Kirsten Dunst) tries to come up with some new and original routine for her squad, the Clovers (led by Gabrielle Union's Isis) plan to take the Toros out in the ultimate spirit showdown at Nationals. Since starring in the beloved flick, Kirsten went onto steal the screen in a number of »
- tooFab Staff
15 years ago today, the Toros stepped out onto the football field and put some serious cheer back into the atmosphere. To steal a phrase from the film: Bring It On's the poo - so take a big whiff.
A Hollywood star from the age of 12 thanks to her breakthrough role in Interview with the Vampire, Dunst's star was burning brightly when she led the Toros as Torrance Shipman. Two years later, she went on to land her biggest role as Mary Jane Watson in Sam Raimi's three Spider-man films.
In recent years, she's reinvented herself as a critical darling, winning Best Actress at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival for Melancholia, »
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union tied the knot in Miami last August, and now the actress is sharing stunning new photos from the big day. Gabrielle got in on the Flashback Friday fun on Aug. 22 and posted never-before-seen shots of her stunning wedding gown on Instagram. In one photo, captioned, "Racing to the altar," Gabrielle holds her dress up while running in front of a stunning garden backdrop. In another, she stands perfectly still and stares into the camera, writing, "When you're a bride but also a Superhero and you gotta save the day." The adorable couple said "I do" last Aug. 30 in front of a small crowd of family and friends, including John Legend, who performed during the ceremony. The big event kicked off on Aug. 29 with a rehearsal dinner in South Beach. Gabrielle shared an exciting photo of her and Dwyane leaving the party on Instagram, writing, "Let's gooooooo! »
Sweet summertime! Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade will celebrate their first wedding anniversary together on Sunday, Aug. 30, and the NBA superstar revealed to Us Weekly that he had some surprises up his sleeve for his wife. "It went so fast. We just got our wedding video," Union, 42, said of their first year of marriage. "Like literally a couple of days ago. It went so fast," Wade added at the Samsung Celebrates Galaxy S6 Edge + Galaxy Note 5 event at The Lot in West Hollywood last Wednesday. [...] »
A photo posted by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on Aug 22, 2015 at 11:45am Pdt We saw John Legend's A-game dance moves when he appeared on Lip Sync Battle, but now he's taking things to the next level with the gorgeous Gabrielle Union. On Friday, John and Chrissy Teigen stepped out for a fun double date with famous friends Gabrielle and Dwyane Wade. During their night out, John and Gabrielle tore up the dance floor with their supersmooth moves. Chrissy shared the action in a series of Instagram posts, writing, "Cali Los," and, "Then we became band groupies." Gabrielle reposted the snap herself, saying, "Big Daddy shenanigans... #CaliLos." Watch the hilarious video, below, and then check out John hilariously teasing Chrissy during her traumatic ear-piercing experience. A video posted by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on Aug 22, 2015 at 1:44am Pdt »
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade will be celebrating their one-year anniversary in just eight days. Union gushes, "We're BFFs…It's just sort of awesome." "It's all the same. It's easy," Wade said. And it sounds like their anniversary plans are pretty awesome, too. "I'm taking her somewhere nice, somewhere neither of us have been," the NBA star said earlier this week at Samsung's launch of the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note5. "And she will not find out until the plane gets up in the air. It'll be pretty special." It's so secretive, Wade has told Union not to pack for the trip. "It's going to be »
Amazon.com reached a multiyear content-licensing agreement with midsize film distributor Open Road Films giving the e-commerce giant’s Prime Instant Video exclusive streaming rights to Open Road’s theatrical releases starting with its 2016 slate.
The deal, though relatively small, is another victory for Amazon in its fight with Netflix for exclusive content. The Open Road titles will launch on Prime Instant Video starting in 2017, available to Amazon Prime members.
Open Road titles coming to Prime ahead of any other non-cable U.S. subscription service will include comedy “Fifty Shades of Black,” starring Marlon Wayans; action-thriller “Triple 9,” with an ensemble cast featuring Casey Affleck, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Woody Harrelson, Aaron Paul, Kate Winslet and Gal Gadot; and Garry Marshall-directed romantic comedy “Mother’s Day,” starring Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson and Jason Sudeikis.
- Todd Spangler
James Earl Jones and Ernie Sabella reprise their roles from “The Lion King” as Mufasa and Pumbaa, alongside Rob Lowe (“The Grinder”) as Simba and Gabrielle Union (“Being Mary Jane”) as Nala. Max Charles (“The Strain”) stars as Kion. The voice cast also includes Joshua Rush (“The Adventures of Puss in Boots”) as Kion’s best friend, Bunga, a fearless honey badger; Atticus Shaffer (“The Middle”) as Ono, an intellectual egret; Diamond White (“Sofia the First”) as Fuli, a confident cheetah; and Dusan Brown (“Blaze and the Monster Machines”) as Beshte, a friendly and good-spirited hippo.
- Gary Collinson
'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.' 2015: Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer. 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.' movie is a domestic box office bomb: Will it be saved by international filmgoers? Directed by Sherlock Holmes' Guy Ritchie and toplining Man of Steel star Henry Cavill and The Lone Ranger costar Armie Hammer, the Warner Bros. release The Man from U.N.C.L.E. has been a domestic box office disaster, performing about 25 percent below – already quite modest – expectations. (See also: “'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.' Movie: Bigger Box Office Flop Than Expected.”) This past weekend, the $80 million-budget The Man from U.N.C.L.E. collected a meager $13.42 million from 3,638 North American theaters, averaging $3,689 per site. After five days out, the big-screen reboot of the popular 1960s television series starring Robert Vaughn and David McCallum has taken in a mere $16.77 million. For comparison's sake: »
- Zac Gille
Disney has released details of the cast and the first clip from The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar, the upcoming Disney Channel animated movie which will serve as both a sequel to The Lion King and a lead-in to the animated series The Lion Guard. Here’s the official press release from Disney, along with the synopsis and clip…
James Earl Jones and Ernie Sabella reprise their roles from “The Lion King” as Mufasa and Pumbaa, alongside Rob Lowe (“The Grinder”) as Simba and Gabrielle Union (“Being Mary Jane”) as Nala. Max Charles (“The Strain”) stars as Kion. The voice cast also includes Joshua Rush (“The Adventures of Puss in Boots”) as Kion’s best friend, Bunga, a fearless honey badger; Atticus Shaffer (“The Middle”) as Ono, an intellectual egret; Diamond White (“Sofia the First”) as Fuli, a confident cheetah; and Dusan Brown (“Blaze and the Monster Machines”) as Beshte, »
- Gary Collinson
Now before Big Bird squawks, know this: As a result of the partnership, Sesame Street will be able to produce nearly twice as much new content and, for the first time ever, make the show available for free to PBS and its member stations, nine months after episodes debut on HBO.
Also as part of the deal, »
This November, Disney is gearing up to step back into the world of one of its all-time classics, The Lion King, with a televison sequel titled The Lion Guard: Return Of The Roar, which will air on the Disney Channel and serve as an extended pilot for a subsequent television series titled The Lion Guard, which is set to debut in January 2016. Earlier today, the movie/show finalized its voice cast by adding a few new faces as well as bringing back a few old ones. First off, Max Charles (American Sniper) has landed the lead role of Simba & Nala's son Kion. The rest of the main cast includes Diamond White (Transformers: Rescue Bots), Dusan Brown (42), Atticus Shaffer (Hancock), and Joshua Rush (Chuck). As for the characters you know and love, Rob Lowe (Parks & Recreation) has been cast as Simba and Gabrielle Union (Bad Boys II) has signed on as Nala. »
The epic storytelling of Disney's The Lion King continues with The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar, a primetime television movie event premiering in November on Disney Channel. The movie follows Kion, the second-born cub of Simba and Nala, as he assumes the role of leader of the Lion Guard, a team of animals tasked with preserving the Pride Lands. The movie is a precursor to The Lion Guard television series, premiering in early 2016 on Disney Channels and Disney Junior channels around the globe. A special preview of The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar will be presented at Disney's D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, on Sunday, August 16 (2:00 p.m.), but today Disney Jr. has released the first clip from this TV movie, and revealed the full voice cast.
"The Lion King" is getting a made-for-tv sequel: "The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar" will premiere this November, ahead of the premiere of "The Lion Guard," the Disney Channel's Lion King television series. The movie and TV series will feature Rob Lowe as the voice of Simba and "Being Mary Jane" actress Gabrielle Union as the voice of Nala. Child actor Max Charles ("The Strain") is on tap as Kion, the second-born kid, er, cub of Simba and Nala. The first clip to arrive from the "Return of the Roar" movie is above. According to the Disney Insider blog: The clip cannily sums up the premise of the new film (and eventual series), with Kion (voiced by Max Charles) leading a group of animals called The Lion Guard. Traditionally, this group has been comprised of the bravest, fastest and strongest animals of the Pride Lands, but Kion “breaks »
- Katie Hasty
The sequel to The Lion King will kick off with The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar, a movie on the Disney Channel, followed by a series (simply The Lion Guard) on Disney Junior, with Rob Lowe and Gabrielle Union voicing the roles of Simba and Nala, respectively. But since this is about bringing kids into the brand, the plot is going to focus on their cub Kion (voiced by The Strain's Max Charles), who puts together a band of friends, consisting of Bunga, a honey badger (Joshua Rash), Ono, a smart egret (Atticus Shaffer), Fuli, a cheetah (Diamond White), and Beshte, a jolly hippo (Dusan Brown), to patrol the Pride Lands with him. Most important, James Earl Jones is returning to reprise the voice of Mufasa, Simba's father and the one true king. We never forgot you, Mufasa. »
- E. Alex Jung
The story follows Kion, the second-born cub of Simba and Nala, as he assumes the role of leader of the Lion Guard, a team of African Savannah animals tasked with preserving the Pride Lands. The telemovie serves as a pilot for a new "The Lion Guard" TV series which will kick off early next year.
James Earl Jones and Ernie Sabella reprise their roles from "The Lion King" as Mufasa and Pumbaa. Also onboard is Rob Lowe as Simba, Gabrielle Union as Nala, Max Charles as Kion, Joshua Rush as Kion's honey badger best friend Bunga, Atticus Shaffer as the intellectual egret Ogo, Diamond White as confident cheetah Fuli, and Dusan Brown as the good-spirited hippo Beshte. »
- Garth Franklin
The Lion Guard: Return Of The Roar, a TV movie precursor to the upcoming The Lion Guard TV series, is set to premiere in November on Disney Channel with Rob Lowe, Gabrielle Union, Max Charles, Atticus Shaffer and Sarah Hyland among the voice cast. James Earl Jones and Ernie Sabella reprise their roles from the related The Lion King as Mufasa and Pumbaa, respectively. The movie, a continuing of The Lion King tale, follows Kion, the second-born cub of Simba and Nala, as he… »
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