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When two best friends find themselves fed up with their high school’s resident bullies, they do what anyone would do: stage a revolution.
Victoria Justice and The Middle’s Eden Sher play two outcasts in The Outskirts, a film about what happens when a high school’s uncool kids overthrow the popular crew, led by the Blair Waldorf-like Whitney (Claudia Lee). There’s drama, there’s humor. And, as with any good teen movie, there are tears.
“What made me want to direct this movie more than just being really excited to see it when it came out is »
- Ariana Bacle
Todrick Hall has wowed YouTube viewers with a number of inventive, colorful musical productions, and his latest creation is among his best. Hall has enlisted a strong cast for 'Snow White And The Seven Thugs', a new musical that brings Disney to the hood. 'Snow White And The Seven Thugs' has a lot in common with Hall's other productions. It features a realistic, modern-day treatment of a Disney film, a plethora of colorful costumes, a urban sensibility, and a number of YouTube creators among the cast. Kingsley serves as the Magic Mirror and narrator, Victoria Justice portrays the Evil Queen, Joey Graceffa shows up as a prince, and GloZell steals the show as the witch who gives Snow White the poisoned apple. 'Snow White And The Seven Thugs' arrives at a key moment in Hall's career.
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- Sam Gutelle
Victoria Justice has come a long way since her tween breakout role in Zoey 101, and now the all-grown-up actress is opening up to E! exclusively about all things beauty, fashion and her latest collaboration: a line of graduation stationery exclusively for Tiny Prints. And while there's no denying the fact that she's seriously gorgeous, even Justice had her awkward phase. "When I was about 12-years-old I insisted on wearing my hair with bangs swept to the side and a really unflattering side part," Justice said. "I look back at photos from that time and I cringe." But now that's she's departed from the tween years, the brunette bombshell knows a thing or two about »
Katy Perry divulges about exes John Mayer and Russell Brand - Us Weekly How did Leonardo DiCaprio diss the Kardashians? - Gossip Girl See who thinks Justin Bieber needs to "disappear for a while" - Et P.Diddy's tweets are surprisingly deep - HuffPost Celebrity Feminism bores Lana Del Rey - DListed Kevin Spacey scolds an audience member about their ringing cell phone - People Is Courteney Cox hearing wedding bells? - Lainey Gossip These Miles Teller gym pictures are pretty hot - BuzzFeed Why fake Nicolas Cage movies were shopped at Cannes - Hollywood Reporter Heidi Klum poses naked to benefit amfAR - JustJared Victoria Justice steps out in style for a movie premiere - Hollywood Tuna Dave Coulier disputes rumors that "You Oughta Know" is about him - The Superficial Would you watch Tom Hiddleston as The Joker? - Pink Is the New Blog Source: Getty / Araya Diaz »
- Brittney Stephens
Celebs always look chic and stylish when they hit the red carpet, but only a true fashionista can transition her style from Hollywood glam to everyday chic!From lunching in New York to shopping in La, the stars sizzled as they strutted their stuff on the street this week. Heidi Klum showed no sign of jet lag as she strolled through Lax on Monday, rocking a brown leopard-print blouse and distressed bell-bottom jeans. The former Victoria’s Secret model accessorized her travel ensemble with a wide snakeskin belt and brown peep-toe heels. The blonde beauty wore her luscious locks up in a sleek bun and concealed her face with brown aviator sunnies. Get Heidi’s look with this blouse from Express, these Blank NYC jeans, this belt from Dressbarn, these Steve Madden heels and these Ray-Ban sunglasses.Kate Bosworth looked more stylish than ever as she made her way through Lax on Tuesday, »
- tooFab Staff
The film was developed by New York-based Bcdf Pictures, with Brice and Claude Dal Farra producing; exec producers are Lauren Munsch and Brian Keady from Bcdf Pictures, and Victoria Bousis from Bousis Films.
Red Granite International is handling international sales at Cannes under the title “Cool Girls.”
Ashley Rickards, Peyton List, Avan Jogia, Claudia Lee, Katie Chang and William Peltz are also starring. Peter Hutchings (“Rhymes with Banana”) will direct the film from a Blacklist screenplay written by Dominique Ferrari and Suzanne Wrubel.
Justice and Sher play best friends who have suffered years of torment under the thumb of the school’s alpha female and hatch a plan to unite the outcasts of the school.
- Dave McNary
Victoria Justice and Eden Sher are set to star in the high school comedy “The Outskirts,” which hails from “Bachelorette” producer BCDF Pictures, the company announced Tuesday. The female-centric movie also stars Ashley Rickards (“Awkward”), Peyton List (“Jessie”), Avan Jogia (“Twisted”), Claudia Lee (“Kick-Ass 2”), Katie Chang (“The Bling Ring”) and William Peltz (“Men, Women & Children”). Peter Hutchings (“Rhymes with Banana”) will direct the film from a Black List screenplay written by Dominique Ferrari and Suzanne Wrubel. Shooting begins this summer in New York. Also read: Victoria Justice Lands Lead Role on MTV's ‘Eye Candy’ Pilot Described as “Mean Girls” meets “Revenge of. »
- Jeff Sneider
MTV's Victoria Justice cyber thriller, Eye Candy, has found a new showrunner. The network has inked a deal with Teen Wolf producer Christian Taylor to executive produce the drama ordered to series in February. The news comes after the younger-skewing network announced the project would move forward with a new cast, save for Justice and co-star Harvey Guillen, and a new pilot. Candy, based on R.L. Stine's best-seller, centers on Lindy (Justice), a tech genius who, convinced by her roommate to begin online dating, starts to suspect that one of her mysterious suitors may be a
- Lacey Rose
Celebrities of all ages gathered at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards to walk the orange carpet, present awards and a lucky few even got coated in the famous green slime (no, Mark Wahlberg, you are not "unslimeable.") While stars like Bella Thorne and Victoria Justice cleaned up to pose for pics, a few others embraced their inner kid and had fun with their outfits. Todrick Hall Swings In Like A Wrecking Ball The American Idol ...
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"Recording something really fun together," indeed! Victoria Justice teased earlier this week that she was in the studio with Big Time Rush cutie James Maslow—and the man himself revealed exclusively to E! News yesterday what the big project is! He and Victoria are covering "Let It Go" from Frozen! James, who's also currently the resident hottie on Dancing With the Stars, told us during a shopping trip to Vince in West Hollywood that the cover will be "more Demi Lovato" than Idina Menzel. Demi, of course, performed the single version that's on the Disney film's platinum-selling soundtrack, while Menzel's is the version heard in the film sung by Snow »
The star looked ready for spring in her cool, colorful top –and it can be yours for just $13! Shop if you want to score our favorite bargain buy for the week.
Victoria Justice, 20, looked perfectly put together in this eye-popping shirt. The actress may be busy making new music and taking on some new roles, but she always remains true to her relaxed yet chic style aesthetic — and we love it. This watercolor-print, long-sleeved top not only added a bright burst of color to her get-up, but it has an affordable price tag that just can’t be beat.
Victoria Justice’s Shirt — Get Her Cool Style Here:
While posing in a pair of vibrant sunnies while on a bench in NYC, Victoria took to Instagram to show off her versatile sense of style. The star looked completely relaxed showing off her Simply Vera Vera Wang top, available exclusively at »
- HL Intern
MTV has given the go-ahead for a new thriller series called Eye Candy. The cable channel has ordered 10 episodes for season one.
Eye Candy follows a female tech genius named Lindy (Victoria Justice) who, at the suggestion of her roommate, starts dating online. When her hacker friends uncover a potential serial killer in Manhattan, all signs point to one of her dates. Lindy works with them to solve the murders -- while unleashing her own brand of justice.
The dynamic duo delivered a jaw-dropping collection that focused on unique fabrics and interesting cuts. The sophisticated yet edgy looks were extremely bold and beautiful — and we can’t wait to see them on the red carpet.
Issac Franco and Ken Kaufman are known for their exquisite designs, and their Fall 2014 collection did not disappoint! As we celebrated the outstanding show, someone else was also celebrating a special occasion. Kelly Rowland started off her birthday celebration sitting front row at the KaufmanFranco show! What better way to celebrate than a little fashion glam?
Kaufmanfranco Fall 2014 Collection:
The sensual collection started off with the perfect transition into the fall color swatch we all love. The runway was filled with beautiful black and white silhouettes with very interesting cutouts along the front and backs of the dresses creating really cool geometric designs. There was a sophisticated mix of oversized coats as well as floor-length fitted gowns. »
- HL Intern
Cable just keeps getting better. Catherine Hardwicke and Marti Noxon have announced separate TV projects, both rather intriguing. Hardwicke, who's built her career on young-adult fare like Thirteen and Twilight, has teamed up with Jason Blum to executive produce MTV's Eye Candy. Like the show Catfish, Hardwicke's teen thriller will focus on the perils of the online world. Indiewire's Taylor Lindsay notes that "the series features former Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice (Fun Size) as a web-savvy but reclusive hacker hottie who exposes terrorist plots and suspected killers on her blog. After entering the online dating world, she ends up connecting with a culprit and teams up with law enforcement to catch the cyberstalker." Even more media-obsessed is Noxon and Sarah Gertrude Shapiro's new show on Lifetime, Un-Real. Based on Shapiro's short film "Sequin Raze," the dark comedy goes behind the scenes of a reality dating show...
- Inkoo Kang
Four roles were cast for Fox’s Batman prequel series Gotham. Robin Lord Taylor will play Oswald Cobblepot, a lowlife who eventually becomes The Penguin. Zabryna Guevara was picked for Jim Gordon‘s boss Captain Essen (who may be inspired by Sarah Essen), Erin Richards will be Jim’s fiancee Barbara Kean while Sean Pertwee is set as Alfred Pennyworth, an ex-marine protecting the young Bruce Wayne.
Meanwhile, epic casting news for the CW’s Flash pilot, which added John Wesley Shipp in an unspecified role. Some of you will recall that Shipp played Barry Allen the last time anyone attempted a Flash TV series. Is it too early to start wishing for a role for Amanda Pays (Shipp’s Flash co-star)?
Deadline reports that HBO has ordered a season of The Brink, a dark comedy focused »
- Lyle Masaki
Various networks are foregoing pilots in favour of straight to series orders today.
The story focuses on a geopolitical crisis and its effect on three disparate and desperate men. Jay Roach is slated to helm the pilot which will shoot later this year.
Next up, MTV has given a ten-episode series order to the cyber thriller "Eye Candy" based on R.L. Stine's best-seller. Victoria Justice plays a tech genius who starts to suspect that one of her mysterious online suitors may be a deadly cyber stalker and serial killer.
Teaming with a band of hackers, she works to solve the murders. Catherine Hardwicke shot the initial pilot which has been discarded and will be redone with all but two of the roles recast. »
- Garth Franklin
The cool, versatile collection was inspired by NYC — and the result was a fun, edgy collection that was just as eclectic as the big city.
Dkny’s Fall 2014 collection debuted during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 10, where everyday individuals served as models, (and both Hannah Bronfman and Chelsea Leyland took a walk down the runway), showing off their individual sense of style — along with the collection, of course! Rita Ora and Victoria Justice were present, taking it all in from the front row as the untraditional models showed off their very own beauty looks, which included cropped ‘dos, blue braids, tattoos, and so much more. Not only did the show celebrate the versatile style found in NYC, but it paid homage to the melting pot that NY really is.
Dkny Fall 2014 Collection:
The eclectic vibe was visible in the collection, as models rocked varsity jackets, bombers, and a slew of plaid. »
- Katrina Mitzeliotis
News and notes from all corners of the TV world:
- After a nine-year absence, Hugh Jackman will return as host of the Tony Awards. Jackman hosted the awards honoring Broadway's finest for three consecutive years from 2003-05, winning an Emmy for his work on the 2004 telecast. The 68th annual Tonys will air June 8 on CBS.
- MTV's continuing to expand its original series portfolio with the 10-episode pick-up of thriller drama "Eye Candy." From "Insidious" producer Jason Blum, the series stars Victoria Justice as tech whiz Lindy, who, after suspecting an online suitor may be a cyber stalker, begins working with hackers to solve murders in Manhattan while unleashing her own brand of justice. [Deadline]
- "24" alum Annie Wersching has joined the cast of CBS' summer series "Extant." Wersching, who also stars in Amazon's pilot "Bosch," will have a recurring part in the Halle Berry-led "Extant" as a member »
2014 Is turning out to be one hell of a year for R.L. Stine fans. Not only has the feature film adaptation of Goosebumps entered production, but later this year we'll also see the revival of his popular book series Fear Street. And that's just the beginning, friends!
Variety reports that MTV has handed a 10-episode order to "Eye Candy," a drama based on the 2004 Stine novel of the same name.
The series stars Victoria Justice and centers on a beautiful but reclusive hacker whose blog exposes everything from terrorist plots to suspected killers. Convinced by her roommate to begin online dating, Lindy (Justice) is targeted by a dangerous cyberstalker and believes one of her suitors to be the culprit. When things take a deadly turn, she teams up with the city’s cyber-crime unit to catch the killer.
- John Squires
The network that currently serves us tasty treats like ‘Awkward’ and ‘Teen Wolf’ will play host to Victoria’s big return to TV.
Justice is about to be served at MTV – Victoria Justice, that is! My horrible pun aside, MTV has officially picked up Victoria’s new series Eye Candy for 10 episodes, and although a premiere date hasn’t been set, we’re already making room for the former Victorious star’s cyber drama on our DVRs.
Based on the novel by R.L. Stine – yes, the same R.L. Stine that gave us Goosebumps back in the ’90s – Eye Candy follows a tech-head named Lindy (Victoria), who believes one of her potential online dating companions is actually a murderous cyber stalker. This, of course, leads Lindy and her hacker pals on a quest to stop a deadly serial killer.
- Andy Swift
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