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The Wildcats are back together! "High School Musical" alums Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman, Lucas Grabeel and Olesya Rulin reunited on Saturday at the premiere of series director Kenny Ortega’s new Disney Channel original movie, "Descendants." Tisdale took to Instagram to share a group shot with her former costars, writing, "All of us supporting the guy that changed our lives. So proud of @kennyortegablog on his big night." "So much love and admiration for this group!!! Go see Kenny's new movie!!" Rulin added with another snapshot. As for their missing cast members, Zac Efron is currently promoting "We Are Your Friends," while Vanessa Hudgens was doing a photo shoot for Beauty Coach. Seeing these stars back together is making us want to see them reunite on-screen in "High School Musical 4." Disney, it's your move! For more of today's hottest headlines, check out the video below! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Nate and Chuck are still BFFs! Former "Gossip Girl" stars Chace Crawford and Ed Westwick were spotted in West Hollywood on Saturday night, as Chace celebrated his 30th birthday with a dinner and roast at The London Hotel. The event -- which was presented by Freixenet Spanish Cava and River Virtual Reality -- reunited the on and off-screen buddies for what we're told was a night of "food, cocktails, laughter and dancing." Westwick, brother-in-law Tony Romo and good friend Ashley Fink all roasted the actor during the dinner, all cracking jokes about the birthday boy. Other celeb attendees at the bash included Jc Chasez, "Orange Is the New Black" star Matt McGorry, fellow "Gg" alum Jessica Szohr, Zelda Williams, Caroline Wozniacki, Kevin Zegers, Lucas Grabeel and "Gossip Girl" creators Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz. A video message was also shown during the evening, with messages sent in from Taylor Kitsch »
- tooFab Staff
It's been nine years since High School Musical aired, and the cast hasn't aged a day. Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Lucas Grabeel, Monique Coleman, and Olesya Rulin reunited on the red carpet for Disney Channel's Descendants. They showed up to support Kenny Ortega, who directed both High School Musical and the new TV movie, about the children of famous Disney villains. How we wish this was the "Start of Something New" for the cast! »
Love these kids! @corbinbleu @_moniquecoleman @ashleytisdale @mrgrabeel @olesyarulin #HighSchoolMusical #DisneyDescendants A photo posted by Kenny Ortega (@kennyortegablog) on Jul 24, 2015 at 6:32pm Pdt Still in this together! Though the last High School Musical film was released seven years ago, the cast has remained close through the years. And on Friday, July 24, several of the beloved films' main stars reunited for the premiere of Disney's Descendants in Burbank, Calif. Corbin Bleu (Chad Danforth), Monique Coleman (Taylor McKessie), Ashley Tisdale (Sharpay Evans), Lucas Grabeel (Ryan Evans), and Olesya Rulin [...] »
We're all in this together so many years later! It's been almost a decade since the first High School Musical made its debut on the small screen. And while the cast is all grown up today, time won't prevent this group from supporting each other in Hollywood. On Friday night, Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Lucas Grabeel, Monique Coleman and Olesya Rulin attended the premiere of Kenny Ortega's new Disney Channel original movie titled Descendants. "All of us supporting the guy that changed our lives," Tisdale wrote with the gang. "So proud of @kennyortegablog on his big night." Grabeel added, "#Descendants premiere with the old #HSM gang. So proud of »
A high school film filled with show tunes fared well for Disney Channel nine years ago. The network gives the “High School Musical” recipe another try with helmer Kenny Ortega in its biggest production to date, “Descendants.”
“We have now made 100 Disney Channel original movies, and this is by far the biggest and most ambitious movie we’ve ever attempted,” Marsh said.
The feature follows the malevolent teenage offspring of popular Disney villains from “Sleeping Beauty,” “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “101 Dalmatians” and “Aladdin.” The live-action pic fuses classic tales and high school drama with original music for Mouse fans of all ages, an attempt at reaching past the network’s target demos.
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- Mannie Holmes
One could easily lump Switched at Birth in among the ranks of the typical melodramatic soapy family dramas, wrought with teen angst, but to do so would be a mistake: Switched at Birth has much more inimitable qualities, placing it above the average-teen centered drama. It’s not only entertaining, but also compelling and thoughtful television. At the core of the series is the unique relationship between the two very different female leads who are both equally the protagonist of the series. Theirs is a relationship unlike any other on TV, as they have essentially been living each other’s life.
The series’ premise is that a girl, named Bay, discovers that when she was born, she was mistakenly given to an upper class family with the surname Kennish, »
- Jean Pierre Diez
The ratings for Switched at Birth continued to fall last season but ABC Family renewed it anyway, likely in part to give them enough episodes for a syndication package. Could the ratings improve this time around? Cancelled or renewed for a fifth season? Stay tuned.
Switched at Birth follows the lives of two teenage girls after it's discovered that they ended up with the others' families as babies at the hospital. The cast includes Vanessa Marano, Katie Leclerc, Lea Thompson, Constance Marie, Sean Berdy, D.W. Moffett, Lucas Grabeel, and Giles Marini.
Below are the show's TV ratings, typically the best way to tell if this new TV series will be cancelled or renewed. These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so you can track how it's doing. (more…) »
8 items from 2015
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