The singer, 25, shared a cute home video of her and her sister on Instagram Monday with an inspirational message to not only her siblings, but also female fans everywhere.
“I’m not scared,” the toddler tells Gomez before she responds: “I know because you’re fearless, right? You’re not scared of anything, right?”
“I will forever let my sister know she is strong, bold and beautiful. She will be raised to know her voice matters. She
In “The Mayor,” Brandon Micheal Hall plays an aspiring young rapper, Courtney Rose, who decides – as a publicity stunt – to run for mayor. He did it solely to generate buzz and become rich and famous. Instead, he is actually elected mayor, an outcome he never predicted. Now he must lean on his mother (Yvette Nicole Brown) and friends, including Valentina (Lea Michele) to become the mayor he didn’t think he wanted to be.
Sound a bit Trumpy?
The series also stars Bernard David Jones and Marcel Spears. Executive producers include Daveed Diggs (Broadway’s “Hamilton”), writer Jeremy Bronson (“Speechless,
We look back fondly at the innate weirdness of Nickelodeon's 90s show The Adventures Of Pete And Pete...
At some point in the early 1990s – I forget the exact year, but research tells me it must have been somewhere around late 1993 or early 1994 – something unbearably exciting happened in our suburb of Merseyside. The rumours went around the school playground in hushed whispers: “Have the cable vans been to your street yet?” Yes, cable TV was on its way to Crosby, meaning that for the first time, a world of viewing beyond the ordinary four terrestrial channels was available to homes without a whacking great ugly satellite dish glued to the outside.
Aside from the three major Sky titans – the football, the movies and The Simpsons – by far the biggest reason we all wanted to get cable was access to not one, not two, but three channels dedicated
The pilot also features a few more faces you may recognize. Keri Russell, three years before starring on Felicity, plays Sandra, a tanning salon employee, with Rick Gomez, best known as Ada David Vasquez from FX's Justified, playing an ice cream parlor worker named Todd. Screenwriter André Nemec, who went on to write the fourth Mission: Impossible movie, Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,
Products and promo campaigns tied to “Age of Ultron” and the superhero team — Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, the Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye — are ramping up at Acura, Dr. Pepper, Visa, Wyndham hotels, Harley-Davidson, Land O’Frost lunchmeats, Farmers Insurance, Hershey and the 1,800-store Target retail chain.
Target is selling 150 “Avengers” products, including 20 that are exclusive to the chain, including a voice-changer mask. Stores will have a giant Hulk on display — with eyes that follow shoppers.
“We are aiming these for fans, but as much for parents as kids,” noted Rick Gomez, senior VP of marketing. “We pride ourselves on doing original rather than cookie-cutter products.”
It’s a familiar path for Target, which has annual revenues of over $70 billion and has racked up more than 100 licensing partnerships,
Written by Benjamin Cavell
Directed by Jon Avnet
Airs Tuesdays at 10pm Et on FX -
It’s been a pretty dark week for lovers of fine TV drama, and Justified compounds the issue with one of their grimmest episodes ever. “The Toll” doesn’t do much to clarify exactly what this season has been about, or make the Crowes a more compelling central force, but it at least shakes up the dynamics enough to make for a season endgame that…well, frankly, I have no idea will consist of, beyond the Raylan v. Daryl Jr. element.
Two major acts of violence punctuate the episode, though only one of them really works to raise the stakes. The first, and the most obviously game-changing, is the shooting of Art. Just to get it out of the way: I highly doubt Art is headed for the
Parts of "Justified" have always felt familiar, built as it is on the foundation of westerns and cop shows. What really stands out in the premiere, though, is how the show has succeeded in creating a world where Raylan Givens, Boyd Crowder and most everyone else we spend time with is surrounded by their past. Old associations, acquaintances and grudges are next to impossible to shake. There's now an almost physical feeling of the past hanging over them.
It's what's driving Boyd in his new heroin business with Wynn Duffy -- he needs fast money to help get Ava out of prison, only to
Directed by Sam Liu.
Featuring the voice talents of Matthew Wolf, Rick Gomez, Tara Strong, Alistair Abell, Paul Dobson, Brent Chapman, Christopher Britton, Ron Halder, Cathy Weseluck and Ashleigh Ball.
The young Norse god Thor embarks on a quest with his brother Loki to find and recover a legendary sword.
As we gear up for a live-action return to Asgard courtesy of Marvel Studios' Chris Hemsworth-headlined Thor: The Dark World, Lionsgate has taken the opportunity to give us a look at the formative years of the God of Thunder with a timely budget re-release Thor: Tales of Asgard, the eighth and final animated feature from Lionsgate and Marvel Animation, which originally hit shelves back in 2011 to coincide with Thor's first big screen outing.
Taking inspiration from the comic book series Thor: Son of Asgard, Tales of Asgard sees Thor as a cocky,
Luckily for me, this week sees the release of Justified Season 4 on DVD and Blu-Ray, as well as the Season 1-4 box-set, the latter of which I was able to get my hands on to put together this feature. I decided to set myself a viewing challenge and catch up with the entirety of the show so far in just seven days. Four seasons. 52 episodes. Approximately 36 hours of television goodness. An extremely attractive, but also incredibly daunting prospect.
Written by Fred Golan and VJ Boyd
Directed by Peter Werner
Airs Tuesdays at 10pm Et on FX
As a preface, can we just…? Along with the outstanding regular cast (and an appearance by underrated ex-regular Natalie Zea), “Kin” finds time for past guests Stephen Tobolowsky, Patton Oswalt, Jim Beaver, Romy Rosemont, Jere Burns, and Raymond J. Barry, adds the great Gerald McRaney, and even carves out a little for Jacob Pitts to actually get some substantial material. It’s taken a while, but finally, another drama series can challenge The Good Wife for the most ludicrously stacked cast on television. (All the Deadwood alum shouldn’t be a surprise given Olyphant’s producer status, but that doesn’t temper the greatness. Too bad John Hawkes will be busy courting Oscars for the foreseeable future.) If “Kin” went and trotted out that cast list and
There is definitely a generation of us adults who are completely bonkers over their favorite Nickelodeon shows from the early to mid-1990s -- "Hey Dude," "Salute Your Shorts," "Fifteen," "Are You Afraid of the Dark?"
Wouldn't reunions of those shows be a ton of fun? Well, Funny or Die got the band back together from the classic "Adventures of Pete & Pete" for its 20th anniversary at the Sf Sketchfest in January and above is the video of the reunion.
Nice to see titular Petes Michael C. Maronna and Danny Tamberelli on hand, plus Endless Mike Hellstrom (Rick Gomez) and Artie (Toby Huss), though we're disappointed that Ellen (Alison Fanelli) is nowhere to be seen. The video is extremely Nsfw, but it's still a lot of fun.
Funny Or Die has the answer to that question in the new sketch above, which shows Big Pete (Michael C. Maronna), Little Pete (Danny Tamberelli), Artie (Toby Huss) and "Endless" Mike Hellstrom (Rick Gomez) meeting just a few hours before their reunion show.
So what has everyone been up to these last 20 years? Well, Artie, Mike and Little Pete could probably be doing better, but Big Pete is the "V-Neck Sweater King Of America!" Not bad for a former child star.
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