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Brr, it's cold in here. There must be some Toros in the atmosphere! C'mon, you know we had to (and we could keep going with the cheers, we'll save that for later). It wouldn't be a proper Fri-yay without a cheerful blast from the past, right? Well, thanks to Entertainment Weekly and their Reunion issue, we've received yet another dose of nostalgia to end our week—and it comes courtesy of three cheerleaders and one dreamboat who were the inspiration of every rhyming comeback said in 2000. Kirsten Dunst, Gabrielle Union, Eliza Dushku and Jesse Bradford reunited 15 years after their hit flick graced the big screen, and we're happy to say that rivals Rancho Carne High School Toros and »
There was a lot of action that went on behind the scenes of "Bring It On." Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku, Gabrielle Union and Jesse Bradford appear in the new Reunions Issue of Entertainment Weekly, where they get candid about what really went down while filming the cheer classic. From the off-set parties, to hookups and that one time they maybe got arrested in Mexico -- we're getting major "Bring It On" dirt 15 years later. Resident hottie, Cliff Pantone (played by Bradford) had an on-screen relationship with Kirsten's character (Torrance Shipman) in the flick ... but did he get any action off-screen with Dunst or his other co-stars? "Did we hook up? Well, there was certainly a degree to which, walking around that set, I felt like a very lucky guy and got to meet a lot of very pretty girls who were interested in talking to me," Jesse told EW. The »
- tooFab Staff
The cheerocracy is in full effect again to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Bring It On.
The Toros cheerleading squad looked back on the importance of Bring It On, and finally told the truth about getting arrested in Mexico.
"[Bring It On] didn't have the budget. It didn't feel like the studio really cared what we were doing," Dushku said of the movie's legacy. "It felt like we were off in our own world!"
In honour of Bring It On's anniversary, »
Fifteen years later, the Bring It On cast still knows the words to most of their cheers - and fittingly, that's what they say fans usually come at them with now. Stars Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku, Jesse Bradford, and Gabrielle Union gathered at The Today Show for the 15th anniversary of the movie, and they chatted about the shenanigans back in the day and the scenes that are total classics now (that tooth-brushing scene!). »
- Maggie Pehanick
Disney’s latest incarnation of its massive franchise The Lion King now has an airdate and a first-look teaser: The Lion Guard: Return Of The Roar TV movie will premiere November 22 at 7 Pm on Disney Channel. The Disney Television Animation pic, which features a voice cast including Rob Lowe, Gabrielle Union, Max Charles, Atticus Shaffer and Sarah Hyland, is part of a coordinated rollout of the reboot over the next month and serves as the launch point into a new Lion Guard… »
Invisible Sister (8/7c) finds Blanchard playing Cleo, a budding young scientist who accidentally turns her sister (Mighty Med‘s Paris Berelc) completely invisible. After spending so much time as Riley, Blanchard tells TVLine that she’s excited for fans to see her in a different light.
“Cleo is much more introverted, »
"It is time!" Disney makes the announcement in its new teaser for "The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar," the "Lion King" sequel coming to the Disney Channel on Sunday, November 22. The movie event will lead into "The Lion Guard" TV series, which will premiere in early 2016.
"The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar" introduces Kion, the second-born cub of Simba and Nala, who is destined to become leader of the Lion Guard. The Lion Guard is like the African savanna's version of The Avengers, a team of animals made up of the Pride Lands' fiercest, bravest, fastest, strongest and keenest of sight. As Kion looks to assemble new members, he doesn't call upon a group of lions to serve with him as tradition dictates, but instead chooses some of his friends whom he believes best exemplify these heroic qualities -- Bunga, a fearless honey badger; Fuli, a confident cheetah; Beshte, »
- Gina Carbone
In “All Howl’s Eve” (airing Sunday at 8/7c), while Ernie and Judy travel to New York City’s Central Park Spooktacular to intercept an evil wolf serum, K.C. (played by Zendaya) and Bff Marisa (Veronica Dunne) throw a Halloween bash at the house. Hoping to bolster her confidence in front of River, the new boy in school, K.C. adopts one of her worst “undercover” guises ever, »
“He gave a wonderful performance, totally knocked it out of the park,” Friedle tells TVLine of Pratt’s take on the Marvel hero in the 2014 film. “The idea of trying to do that just wouldn’t work, so I really had to go in saying, ‘I’ll »
Mara Brock Akil's "Being Mary Jane" returns to Bet just under a month from now, and a new trailer for season three of the popular melodrama has been released to tide fans over. The three-minute spot begins where the last season left off -- with Mary Jane (Gabrielle Union) involved in a serious car accident. The carnage isn't limited to the scene of the crash: The drama shows no signs of slowing down at the hospital or the network Mary Jane works as a reporter for. The spot touches on everything from infidelity ("Did you sleep with David?") to parental regret ("I think I messed the girls up") and politics ("I'm not interested in being the face of gay politics -- I do foreign policy"). Loretta Devine ("Grey's Anatomy") and singer-songwriter Jill Scott ("The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency") will appear in recurring roles this season. Fun fact: In Season 2 of "Being Mary Jane, »
- Laura Berger
via Giphy Viola Davis made history at the Emmys on Sunday night when she became the first black woman to win the award for outstanding lead actress in a drama series - and her reaction to hearing her name called was pretty priceless. The 50-year-old actress, who was honored for her role in How to Get Away With Murder, was simply shocked and elated upon hearing her name, so much so that her husband, Julius Tennon, grabbed her arm to help her gain composure. Viola went on to give an inspiring acceptance speech, first quoting Harriet Tubman ("In my dreams and visions, I seemed to see a line, and on the other side of that line were green fields, and lovely flowers, and beautiful white ladies, who stretched out their arms to me over the line, but I couldn't reach them no-how") then thanking fellow actresses of color, including Taraji P. Henson, »
- Brittney Stephens
Viola Davis gave a speech ever fitting the monumental occasion, when at the Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday she became the first African-American to grab gold in the Lead Actress in a Drama category.
Evoking revered abolitionist/humanitarian Harriet Tubman to start, the How to Get Away With Murder star said, “I see a line. And over that line I see green fields and flowers and beautiful white women with their arms stretched out to me… but I can’t seem to get there no how. »
Viola Davis turned her Emmy Award acceptance speech into one of the most powerful moments of the night. Beating out stars like Elisabeth Moss and Claire Danes, Davis took the stage to pick up her trophy for Outstanding Leading Actress in a Drama for her work in "How to Get Away with Murder." The win makes her the first black woman to ever take home the award. Clearly emotional, the actress started her speech with a quote from Harriet Tubman. "In my mind, I see a line, and over that line, I see green fields, and lovely flowers and beautiful white women with their arms stretched out to me over that line, but I can't seem to get there. I can't seem to get over that line," she began. Davis the launched into a passionate speech thanking everyone who has helped pave the way for black women in the entertainment industry. »
- tooFab Staff
Gabrielle Union has blasted Hollywood for ''shaming'' women who choose their career over starting a family. The 'Bring It On' star - who is the stepmother to Dwyane Wade's three children - believes women who focus on their jobs are met with unnecessary criticism. She said: ''There's a certain amount of shame that is placed on women who have perhaps chosen a career over starting a family younger. The penance for being a career woman is barrenness. You feel like you're wearing a scarlet letter.'' The 42-year-old actress also believes it works the other way, with women also being criticised for getting pregnant and become mothers. She added: ''The reality is that women are discriminated against in the workplace for being mothers. As much as there are strides being made - you get pregnant, your career takes a hit. You can't have a bad day. ''Don't you dare cry at work. »
Gabrielle Union is getting extremely candid about her fertility. The "Being Mary Jane" star appears in the new issue of Redbook magazine, where she reveals how her career has impacted her personal life. While the 42-year-old is an extremely successful working actress, she says there have been some major consequences for putting her career first -- namely, the stigma that comes with it and the cold hard truth about a woman's biological clock. "So far, it has not happened for us," she says about having kids later in life. "A lot of my friends deal with this. There’s a certain amount of shame that is placed on women who have perhaps chosen a career over starting a family younger." "The penance for being a career woman is barrenness," she reveals. "You feel like you’re wearing a scarlet letter." On the flip side, the "Bring It On" alum says »
- tooFab Staff
Getting real with Mary Jane. Gabrielle Union revealed her fertility struggle in a no-holds-barred new interview with Redbook, detailing the painful process of having a baby with her husband, Dwyane Wade. Union, 42, was open about how she's prioritized her career — and now she feels like she's bearing the consequences. "The reality is that women are discriminated against in the workplace for being mothers," the Being Mary Jane star told Redbook. "As much as there are strides being made — you get pregnant, your career takes [...] »
You heard it here first: Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade should be the next big rom-com stars. Luckily they're already halfway there (yeah Gab!), but it looks Dwayne has a second career lined up in case the whole basketball thing doesn't work out. We give you: Their wedding video. And it's not just a wedding video, it's a wedding video that they edited as a trailer for a fake romantic comedy. It's perhaps the most meta wedding move of all time, but we are so on board. The couple released it as a teaser to their first anniversary in semi-joking fashion, but the fake trailer is so good that we found ourselves wishing there was a feature-length version for our viewing pleasure. »
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union got married a year ago. It was perfect: They laughed, they danced, they cried, and Kevin Hart gave a toast. It was just out of a movie! In honor of the romantic comedy, they've cut their wedding video as a trailer for their first anniversary. We've already got a title, The Wade Union, and from what we can tell, Kevin Hart is already so pumped for this. »
- E. Alex Jung
Gabrielle Union seems to have it all. She's gorgeous, talented and married to quite the NBA star. Unfortunately, the Being Mary Jane actress, 42, is feeling a lot of societal pressure to become a mom sooner rather than later. In the October issue of Redbook, Union, talks about her fertility struggles with IVF and the "pressure" she feels to start a family overnight. "So far, it has not happened for us. A lot of my friends deal with this," she says. "There's a certain amount of shame that is placed on women who have perhaps chosen a career over starting a family younger. The penance for being a career woman is barrenness. You feel like you're wearing a scarlet »
Actress Gabrielle Union doesn't have any kids at age 42, and she doesn't hold back when discussing the issue with Redbook . "So far, it has not happened for us," she says of herself and 33-year-old husband Dwyane Wade. "A lot of my friends deal with this. There's a certain amount of shame that is placed on women who have perhaps chosen a career over starting a family younger. The penance for being a career woman is barrenness. You feel like you're wearing a scarlet letter." But, she notes, things also aren't so rosy on the other side: "The reality is »
- Evann Gastaldo
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