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Chicago – Different isn’t bad and might be great, but you’d better have an irrefutable reason to change what was never broken. Campy being the only word to accurately convey this alternate-reality version of Sherlock Holmes with an original script, writer Greg Kramer and director Andrew Shaver try too hard to be different without ever figuring out why.
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This Thanksgiving, spend your time anywhere but with David Arquette’s “Sherlock Holmes” at the Oriental Theatre. Thankfully, the one-week limited engagement only runs in Chicago from Nov. 24 through Nov. 29, 2015 until it tours elsewhere.
Photo credit: Starvox Entertainment, June Entertainment
Starvox Entertainment and June Entertainment’s “Sherlock Holmes” has stripped out all the mystery, intrigue, tension, drama and danger and replaced it with cheesy, cheeky and »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
The first cast photos of Fox’s Grease: Live have arrived, and they’re pretty electrifying! The three newly released images give us our first glimpse at Julianne Hough (Dancing With the Stars, Rock of Ages), Aaron Tveit (Graceland, Les Miserables), and Vanessa Hudgens (Spring Breakers, High School Musical) all in costume as Sandy, Danny, and Rizzo, respectively. Although Hugh, Tveit, and Hudgens are the only ones featured in the photos below, they are just three members ofr Grease: Live‘s incredibly talented cast. Other performers that will be a part of the live musical production on Fox include Carlos PenaVega (Spare Parts, Big Time Rush) as Kenickie, Keke Palmer (Scream Queens, Masters of Sex) as Marty, Carly Rae Jepsen as Frenchy, Kether Donohue (You’re the Worst) as Jan, and David Del Rio (Spare Parts, The Troop) as Putzie. In addition to those in the main cast, Grammy Award-nominated »
- Chris King
(Spoiler alert: Please don’t read on if you have not watched Monday’s episode of “Dancing With the Stars”) And then there were three. The race for the 21st Mirror Ball Trophy is down to the wire as “Dancing With the Stars” began its two-night finale on Monday. But despite two consecutive weeks of earning perfect scores, Big Time Rush singer Carlos PenaVega and his partner, Witney Carson, were ousted from the competition. Also Read: 'DWTS' Contestant Tamar Braxton Misses Monday's Show After Being Rushed to Hospital “Well, first of all I thank God for this opportunity because it has been life-changing, »
- Thom Geier
Grease is the word for Mario Lopez — and we’re not just talking about the amount of product in his sleek ‘do.
The TV and radio personality has joined Fox’s live staging of the classic musical, playing — quite fittingly — charismatic “Bandstand National Dance-Off” host Vince Fontaine.
Lopez joins a cast that includes Julianne Hough (Dancing With the Stars) as Sandy, Aaron Tveit (Graceland) as Danny, Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical) as Rizzo, Carlos PenaVega (Big Time Rush) as Kenickie, Keke Palmer (Scream Queens) as Marty, »
History was made when "Dancing With the Stars" announced season 21 would feature the first married couple to compete against each other for the mirror ball trophy. Big Time Rush singer and actor Carlos PenaVega and his wife, actress Alexa PenaVega, started near the top of our racetrack odds with many speculating that their rivalry would take them all the way to the finale. But the road has been a bit rocky for the couple. Harsh scores from the judges have left each of them vulnerable to an earlier-than-expected exit. -Break- Click Here to make your own 'Dancing with the Stars' predix & win prizes In week one Carlos lived up to his early-frontrunner status, scoring 23 out of 30 with partner Witney Carson for their jive to "I Got You (I Feel Good)" by James Brown. Right behind with 22 points were Alexa and her partner, Mark Ballas, who performed a jive »
The Pink Ladies have found their final two members. Fox announced today that Grammy Award-nominated singer and songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen and You’re the Worst star Kether Donohue will join the cast of the network’s upcoming Grease: Live as iconic Pink Ladies Frenchy and Jan. Additionally, David Del Rio (Spare Parts, The Troop) will play Putzie. Jepsen, Donohue, and Del Rio join a star-studded cast that includes Julianne Hough (Dancing With the Stars, Rock of Ages) as Sandy, Aaron Tveit (Graceland, Les Miserables) as Danny, Vanessa Hudgens (Spring Breakers, High School Musical) as Rizzo, Carlos PenaVega (Spare Parts, Big Time Rush) as Kenickie, and Keke Palmer (Scream Queens, Masters of Sex) as Marty. In addition to the three new cast members joining Grease: Live, Fox announced that Grammy Award-nominated singer Jessie J will open the live event with a performance of a brand-new version of “Grease (Is the »
- Chris King
Fox on Wednesday announced that singer Carly Rae Jepsen is joining the Jan. 31 event as Frenchy, while Kether Donohue (You’re the Worst) and David Del Rio (The Troop) are also coming on board as Jan and Putzie.
PhotosSee the Entire Cast of Grease: Live (So Far)
Stream Con NYC has just added several big names to its schedule. The three-day event hosted by Tubefilter and centered around digital creators and content announced YouTube celebrities Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart, as well as Joey Graceffa, iJustine, Connor Franta, and GloZell, will join the Stream Con lineup of attending talent.
These six YouTube stars will appear for signings, panels, and various get-togethers at Stream Con from October 30 through November 1, 2015 at the Javits Center in New York City. Helbig and Hart in particular plan to host their two-woman show, “This Might Get Weird, Ya’ll,” on October 30. Joining these digital creators at the Stream Con festivities will be MediaLink CEO and Chairman Michael Kassen, Fullscreen President and COO Ezra Cooperstein, and Google Preferred’s Beau Avril.
All the new additions to Stream Con NYC’s talent list join previous stars and influencers who will be making appearances at the event. »
- Bree Brouwer
ABC has just announced it's cast line-up for Dancing with the Stars, and it's a celebrity hootenanny you're not going to believe. Maybe you want to be sitting down before you hear who'll be introduced when Dancing with the Stars Season 21 kicks off with a 2-night live premiere on Monday, September 14 and Tuesday, September 15. There are truly some big surprises. And you'll wonder, 'Can they really dance at all?' It may end up being one of this fall TV season's biggest mysteries.
The celebrity cast of Dancing with the Stars is lacing up their ballroom shoes and getting ready for their first dance in just under two weeks on the ABC Television Network. This 21st season's lineup of celebrity dancers includes three platinum-certified music super stars, an Academy Award nominee, a Triple Crown winner, an American Hero, and our first ever married couple, to name a few. As announced »
“Real Housewives of Atlanta’s” Kim Zolciak-Biermann, “Braxton Family Values” star Tamar Braxton and Afghanistan veteran Alek Skarlatos were the three newly-announced cast members, while celebrity chef Paula Deen’s casting was confirmed. Skarlatos was one of the U.S. servicemen who recently helped stop a gunman on a Paris-bound train.
“This is the first time in a few years that I’ve felt like my weight would allow me to participate,” Deen said. “What I hope I’m going to get out of this is a bunch of new friends and maybe lose some weight and a little better body.”
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Dancing With the Stars revealed its season 21 celebrity-professional dancer pairings during Good Morning America on Wednesday. Celebrity chef and former cooking show host Paula Deen will make a return to television and try her feet at dancing for the fall season following her Food Network program cancelation in June 2013. Never seen in DWTS history, Spy Kids star Alexa PenaVega — partnered with Mark Ballas — and husband Carlos PenaVega (formerly of Big Time Rush) – partnered with Witney Carson — will be the first married couple to compete against one another on the show's hardwood ballroom floors.
- Natalie Stone
Please welcome to the ballroom the new cast of Dancing With the Stars! The ABC reality hit officially announced the full cast of celebrities and professional dancers for the upcoming 21st season on Good Morning America on Wednesday. Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, Bindi Irwin, controversial chef Paula Deen and more will all compete for the mirrorball trophy when DWTS returns on Sept. 14, with the cast also including the first-ever married couple competing against each other (Spy Kids' Alexa Vega and husband Carlos Pena, from the band Big Time Rush). Here is the list of celebs and their professional partners for season 21: Andy Grammer is paired with Allison Holker Alexa Vega is paired »
Here's the fall 2015 cast:
o. Alek Skarlatos (France train hero) & Lindsay Arnold
Alexa and Carlos -- who now have the joint last name PenaVega -- were married in 2014, so they'll be the first »
- Gina Carbone
"Dancing With the Stars" recently announced the pros who will be competing in season 21 of the dance competition this fall on ABC. And the list of celebrities who will join them on the dance floor continues to grow. The latest additions are actress Alexa PenaVega, of "Spy Kids" fame, and her husband Carlos PenaVega, a star of the Nickelodeon series "Big Time Rush" and a member of the band of the same name. -Break- 'Dancing with the Stars' announces season 21 pros: Karina Smirnoff, Derek Hough ... Carlos made the announcement on Instagram, saying "Beyond excited that @vegaalexa and I are going to be competing this season on #season21 @dancingabc ... Spending 24 hours at @disneyland #disneyland60 to celebrate!!!" Alexa PenaVega first came to fame as a child actor in Robert Rodriguez's "Spy Kids" films. More recently, the 27-year-old actress has appeared in "The Tomorrow People&q..."' »
The first-ever Stream Con NYC is boosting its roster of guests. The online video industry and fan-based convention, which takes place October 30-November 1, 2015, has added YouTube star Rosanna Pansino, actor and singer James Maslow, Viner Alx James, musician Travis Clark, and canine internet icons Henry and Penny to its lineup of guests.
With over 4.2 million subscribers on her channel, Pansino is best known for her Nerdy Nummies web series. The baking YouTuber recently partnered with cake company Wilton for branded content and tutorials, as well as with home decor company Wayfair for a makeover of her home on the Kin Community web series Overhaul.
Fans will also be able to see Maslow, known for his roles on Nickelodeon’s Big Time Rush and Crackle’s Sequestered digital series, perform at Stream Con on October 31 at the Vimeo Theatre. Additionally, Stream Con attendees can see guests Clark (who’s the lead »
- Bree Brouwer
Aaron Tveit, you’re the one that Fox wants.
The Graceland leading man and Broadway actor will play Danny Zuko in the network’s live staging of Grease.
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As previously announced, Dancing With the Stars alum/actress Julianne Hough and High School Musical grad Vanessa Hudgens will headline the musical as Sandy and Rizzo, respectively. The cast also includes Scream Queens‘ Keke Palmer (as Marty Maraschino) and Big Time Rush‘s Carlos PenaVega (as Kenickie).
“I’m thrilled and honored to be joining this incredibly »
The Paramount Television production is based on the original musical “Grease” by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey, and Paramount Pictures’ 1978 feature adaptation. The film famously cast John Travolta as bad boy rebel Danny, who was hopelessly devoted to the sweet and innocent Sandy (played by Olivia Newton-John).
“I’m thrilled and honored to be joining this incredibly talented team of actors in reimagining this classic and beloved musical,” said Tveit in a statement. “Playing Danny Zuko is a dream role, and I can’t wait to be a part of all the fun that comes along with performing live on television.”
- Whitney Friedlander
Michael Roark has joined the Season 2 of MTV’s Finding Carter. He will play Shay, the uncle of Crash (Caleb Ruminer). His recent credits include Stalker, Sleepy Hollow and Grey’s Anatomy. Roark next will be seen in the feature Wild For Night with Tommy Flanagan and James Maslow. He is repped by Amanda Glazer at The Kohner Agency and Principal Entertainment. Alexandra Metz is set to recur on NBC’s Chicago Fire. She returns to the series as Elise Mills, sister of Peter… »
Last weekend’s If There Be Thorns, fans of Lifetime’s V.C. Andrews film adaptations got their first look at Bart Winslow — a sallow, worried boy whose sibling jealousies got a serious boost from his grandma Corrine and her creepy butler who moved in next door to Bart’s mom, Cathy, and her husband, Chris. Who are also brother and sister. Bart’s real dad is Grandma Corrine’s late husband and … well, you can see why the youngest of Cathy’s surviving sons might have a couple screws loose here and there. Which, says former Big Time Rush star James Maslow, who plays him in Sunday night’s Seeds … Continue reading →
The post 7 Questions with James Maslow of Lifetime’s Seeds of Yesterday appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Lori Acken
The Foxworths like to keep things in the family and by “things” — we mean sex. Fans of the hugely-popular “Flowers In the Attic” saga, will get to see their incest-loving clan in the series’ fourth and final installment, “Seeds of Yesterday,” airing this Sunday on Lifetime. In honor of the occasion, TheWrap decided to surprise the star of the made-for-tv movie with a little game of “Who Slept with Whom” during the latest episode of “Drinking With the Stars” at Sofitel Hotel’s Riviera 31 in Los Angeles. Warning: Even die-hard fans would be hard pressed to answer some of these questions. »
- Itay Hod
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