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Long time no see, Leighton Meester! The former Gossip Girl actress recently enjoyed a "girls' night" in the Valley with her best friends Gina Gammell, Aly Michalka, Amanda Michalka, Davida Williams and Madeline Zima. Leighton regrammed a group photo Thursday after Al shared it via her own Instagram account. Aly said they were "#gettingourorbson." Aj shared a similar shot and wrote, "So much love." Davida's caption didn't reveal much else about the girls' get-together, either. "Cute dogs and a bunch a girls," she wrote. The girls' night in marks the first time Leighton has been photographed since giving birth to a daughter, Arlo Day, with her husband, actor Adam »
A photo posted by Aly Michalka Ringer (@alymichalkaofficial) on Nov 18, 2015 at 10:52am Pst Ever since Leighton Meester welcomed a baby girl with her husband, Adam Brody, back in August, her public appearances have been few and far between - until now. On Wednesday, former Disney Channel star Aly Michalka Ringer shared a snap showing the new mom posing with friends (and wine!) during a girls' night. And we must say, she looks amazing! Check out the cute snap, and then see what the rest of the Gossip Girl cast is up to now. »
- Kelsie Gibson
The story centers on ruthless headhunter Dane Jensen (Butler), who works at Blackridge Recruiting arranging jobs for engineers. He is well on his way to achieving his longtime work goal of taking over the company, when his ten-year-old son falls ill and his personal and professional priorities clash.
Milligan will play an aggressive young recruiter at Blackridge who’s training under Butler’s character.
The actor can next be seen in Dimension Films’ “Demonic,” starring opposite Maria Bello and Cody Horn. He also stars in the indie film “Sequoia” along with Aly Michalka. He is repped by Gersh and Red Management.
- Justin Kroll
iZombie continues to impress. After coming off a particularly strong third episode, The CW has given us a glimpse into the future via the above promo video. Sure, it does look a bit lighthearted, but after witnessing the twists and turns of “Real Dead Housewife of Seattle,” fans may need to once again brace themselves for the unexpected.
One thing we can glean from the footage is that Rose McIver continues to be a master of her craft, this time taking on the traits of a country music singer/ songwriter. Apparently the crowd does not take too kindly to Liv’s aural offerings. One also has to wonder if recent developments in her life, such as the knowledge that Major is working for Max Rager and the return of Peyton, will have any influence on her somber serenades.
Elsewhere, Blaine returns after a week of absence to continue his illegal wheelings and dealings. »
- Eric Joseph
Liv Sings The Country Blues — While investigating a case, Liv (Rose McIver) eats the brains of a country-singing waitress. Detective Babineaux (Malcolm Goodwin) meets a female FBI agent who will be working out of their offices. Blaine (David Anders) tries to entice a former business associate to come back to the dark side. Meanwhile, Peyton’s (guest star Aly Michalka) return is messing up Ravi’s (Rahul Kohli) game, and Major (Robert Buckley) continues his downward spiral. Matt Barber directed the episode written by Deirdre Mangan (#204). iZOMBIE continues with more brainy adventures! From the executive producers of Veronica Mars, the series stars Rose McIver (Power Rangers R.P.M.) as Olivia “Liv” Moore, a medical resident on the fast track to a perfect life … until she’s turned into a zombie. But Liv finds her calling — and an endless supply of food — working at the Seattle coroner’s office, helping to solve »
The second season of iZombie continues to thrill audiences with the very wit, humor, intrigue, and sharply written characters that made the first season so dynamic, while still going in a bold new direction. Blaine is cured, Major is a reluctant gun for hire, and Liv, well, is still eating brains to help solve murder cases. The fact that Rose McIver gets to flex her acting muscles each week by taking on a new personality via her grey matter gorging means there is never a dull moment for this series.
On that note, we will next see Liv embody the traits of what has been called a “Real Housewife” in pop culture these days. The title of next Tuesday’s episode is, in fact, “Real Dead Housewife of Seattle,” so that one wasn’t likely too difficult to surmise. We have already seen her take on the traits of a »
- Eric Joseph
Aly Michalka (“Hellcats”) Guest Stars — Liv (Rose McIver) eats the brains of a recently murdered trophy wife who was pushed to her death from the balcony of her stunning architectural home in the hills by a hired hit man. A Pinot Grigio-sipping, suddenly fashion obsessed Liv and Detective Babineaux (Malcolm Goodwin) begin questioning suspects in their search for the original brains behind this murder. Meanwhile, Liv and Ravi (Rahul Kohli) are surprised to learn that Peyton (guest star Aly Michalka) has returned to Seattle. Robert Buckley and David Anders also star. Jason Bloom directed the episode written by Kit Boss (#203). iZOMBIE continues with more brainy adventures! From the executive producers of Veronica Mars, the series stars Rose McIver (Power Rangers R.P.M.) as Olivia “Liv” Moore, a medical resident on the fast track to a perfect life … until she’s turned into a zombie. But Liv finds her calling — and »
iZombie finally returned to TV last night with a fantastic second season premiere that found Liv trying to reconnect with those she had become distant with and eating the brains of a grumpy old man, who had no family or friends to speak of. And as great as the Season 2 opener was, these new photos from The CW already have us looking ahead to the third and fourth episodes of this season, as they feature not just Liv getting on stage to sing but also the return of Peyton (Aly Michalka). That’s right, in the third episode of Season 2, titled “Real Dead Housewives of Seattle,” Liv doesn’t just eat the brain of a Real Housewife, transforming her wardrobe as you can see below, but she also deals with Peyton coming back for the first time since she ran off after discovering Liv was a zombie. It will be interesting… »
- Chris King
Brain-munching mortician and crime solver Liv Moore is set to return for a new season of iZombie.
Co-created by Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright, the CW series’ upcoming second season now has a trailer. Rose McIver is poised to reprise her role as the central zombie of the series, with Rahul Kohli, Robert Buckley, Aly Michalka, and Malcolm Goodwin all set to return as well.
The series revolves around a young med student who wakes up after a boat party turned violent to discocver she had an affinity for brains and only brains, wit the added effect of taking on the memories and personality traits of anyone whose brains she ate. The firast season ended with Liv expending the last doses of the cure prototype Ravi had created to bring both Blaine and Major back to human form.
iZombie will begin its second season on October 6th on The CW. »
- Deepayan Sengupta
While the saying goes that there are only two things certain in life, death and taxes, we tend to assume the former will come much later than it might, while the latter arrives annually like a bad rash. But what happens when death comes earlier than expected? That's the central question of "Sequoia," and today we have an exclusive clip from the film. Read More: SXSW Review: 'Sequoia’ Starring Aly Michalka, Joey Lauren Adams & Demetri Martin Starring Aly Michalka, Demetri Martin, Joey Lauren Adams, Lou Diamond Phillips and Dustin Milligan, the story follows Riley, a young woman with a life threatening illness who visits Sequoia National Park with the intention of committing suicide, but her plans are complicated by her colorful family and her unexpected romance with a failed musician. As you'll see in this scene, Riley is dealing with a complex web of emotions as she endeavors to »
- Edward Davis
Look alive, iZombie fans, because the cast and executive producers just dropped a few bombshells about Season 2 that should get you even more amped for the CW series’ Oct. 6 return.
RelatedPost Mortem: iZombie Boss on Liv and Major’s (Sexless?) Future, Blaine’s Tricky Challenge and Season 2’s Big Bad
As revealed Friday during the show’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Aly Michalka will return as Peyton in Season 2, though she — and pretty much everybody else in Liv’s life — will remain, shall we say, skittish.
“Everyone does hate Liv right now,” Ep Rob Thomas said, rather bluntly, »
Alyson Michalka is married! The former Disney channel (and current iZombie) star tied the knot with Stephen Ringer last Sunday with friends and family in Portofino, Italy. The couple reportedly got married at Belmond Hotel Splendido in a picturesque outdoor ceremony, and Aly's younger sister, Aj, stood by her side as maid of honor. Aly first shared the news of her engagement when she posted a photo of her engagement ring on Instagram in July 2014, along with the caption, "So this happened . . . " Aly also shared photos of her bachelorette festivities, which were planned by her sister, and her sweet wedding shower. Keep reading to see the rest of the photos from the newlyweds' happy day. »
Who is The Flash‘s new hero? What will make Teen Wolf fans hit rewind? Where is iZombie‘s sis? Will a Major romance create problems? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
I’m dying for some Arrow or Flash scoop! –Matthew
Arrow is seeking an Iris West type… No, just kidding. (Too soon?) The Flash, however – in addition to Wendy – is casting the season-long role of a classically handsome, square-jawed hero in his 30s to early 40s, a slightly cynical man “with an edge.” The casting call lists the character as “John Clark, »
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Tuesday's season one finale of iZombie.] If the events of Tuesday's iZombie season finale have taught Liv (Rose McIver) anything, it’s that maintaining any semblance of a normal life while being a zombie comes with consequences. After Peyton (Aly Michalka) discovered the truth about Liv's supernatural side and ran off in the penultimate episode, Major (Robert Buckley) was also angry with Liv for turning him into a zombie after he sustained a mortal wound. However, the worst came in the final moments of the episode, when Liv’s mother begged her to donate blood
- Bilal Mian
"iZombie" wrapped up a really entertaining first season tonight, and I have a few thoughts on the finale, followed by a lot of thoughts from executive producers Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright, coming up just as soon as I am to serotonin what Milton Hershey was to chocolate... "iZombie" is a show with a lot of moving parts, and "Blaine's World" was no different in that regard. It not only gave us a pretty thorough accounting of the Case of the Week — albeit one connected to all the business with Max Rager, which looks to be the main thrust of season 2 — but had to leave room for Major to go full-on Travis Bickel with the zombies at Meat Cute (scored to '80s synth classic "Der Komissar"), and for several reversals in terms of who would stay a zombie, who would be cured, and who might just die. Liv giving »
- Alan Sepinwall
Weepah Way For Now, written and directed by Stephen Ringer, will world premiere June 16th in the La Muse section of the Los Angeles Film Festival. Real-life sisters Aj Michalka (The Goldbergs) and Aly Michalka (iZombie) star in and produce the film about two sisters on the cusp of adulthood. The pair spend their last week before heading off on their next music tour visiting friends and preparing for the going away party they intend to host. Their apprehensions about… »
In the season finale of The CW series iZombie, “Blaine’s World,” Liv (Rose McIver) and Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) pay a visit to Vaughn Du Clark (Steven Weber) at Max Rager HQ, after discovering new evidence, while Ravi (Rahul Kohli) continues his search for a zombie cure. And with Major (Robert Buckley) in a situation that there’s no telling how he’ll get out of, Blaine (David Anders) makes Liv an offer she can’t refuse. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, show co-creator/executive producer Rob Thomas (Veronica Mars, Party Down) talked about how everything in the season finale is a reveal for the characters, whether viewers will feel that Blaine has gotten what he deserves, when we might see more of Peyton (Aly Michalka), getting to see Major take charge, knowing the big arcs for Season 2, hoping for 22 episodes next season, and why people should binge-watch over the summer, »
- Christina Radish
It's official! Former Disney star Aly Michalka tied the knot to her longtime beau, Stephen Ringer over the weekend. The 26-year-old looked positively stunning in her lavender wedding gown, and completed her wedding look with a jeweled headband and purple-and-white bouquet. The duo wed at the Belmond Hotel Splendid in Portofino in front of several friends and family over the weekend—including some who shared snapshots from the newly minted Mr. and Mrs. Ringer's special day. One attended posted a collage showing off the wedding décor—from the petal-adorned aisle to the adorable flower girl. Meanwhile, another lucky attendee shared a shot of the bride and groom cutting into »
iZombie, Season 1, Episode 12: “Dead Rat, Live Rat, Brown Rat, White Rat”
Written by Diane Ruggiero-Wright
Directed by Mairzee Almas
Airs Tuesdays at 9pm (Et) on The CW
Liv’s confrontation with Max Rager following Lowell’s death put her directly in the company’s crosshairs, and by extension on a path with their enforcer and problem solver Sebastian. While Liv though Sebastian ended up dead from their encounter, the audience knew better, as they saw a zombified Sebastian wash up on shore. This week’s episode looks at what transpired after his transformation into one of the undead, in a compelling episode with major ramifications on how things will go for the rest of the series.
Liv’s admission to Peyton about being a zombie is an excellent moment, both in the episode, and in the context of the show as a whole. The events »
- Deepayan Sengupta
The first clip from next week’s Episode 1.11 of “iZombie,” entitled “Astroburger,” has arrived. It shows Peyton (Aly Michalka) and Ravi’s (Rahul Kohli) relationship progressing… just the antidote we need after the depressing turn Liv and Lowell’s budding romance took.… Continue Reading →
The post Take a Bite of this Clip from iZombie Episode 1.11 – Astroburger appeared first on Dread Central. »
- Debi Moore
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