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7 Questions With … Max & Shred Star Jake Goodman

Jake Goodman must be hungry. He’s on his lunch break from shooting Season 2 of Max & Shred and the actor is talking about food, a lot! Jake and his co-star Jonny Gray took a few minutes of their break to chat about Season 2 of Max & Shred, shared deets of their on-set antics and talk about what it’s like being actors. Jake and Jonny also answered 7 Questions — a chance for their fans to get to know them a little better. Below are Jake’s funny answers. 1. What the best book that you read recently, that you’d recommend to other … Continue reading →

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Interview With “Max & Shred” star Jake Goodman

As Season 2 of Max & Shred films in Toronto, I had a chance to chat with the Ytv/ Nickelodeon series stars, Jake Goodman and Jonny Gray, who play Alvin “Shred” Ackerman and Max Asher, respectively. Both actors are consummate professionals — dedicating lots of time to their craft — but they’re also regular kids who study hard in school and love to have fun when they’re not shooting. Jake and I chatted about his early start in the ‘biz and some of the fun that goes on behind the scenes with his costars. He and Jonny also each answered 7 … Continue reading →

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Interview With “Max & Shred” Actor Jonny Gray

The cast and Crew of Nickelodeon’s Max & Shred are busy in Toronto working on Season 2 of the . I spoke recently with talented actors Jonny Gray (Max) and Jake Goodman (Alvin Aka “Shred”) about what it’s like on the show, and what fans can expect in Season 2. Below, you’ll find portions of my interview with Jonny Gray, who plays Max. For my interview with Jake Goodman, click here. I also asked 7 Questions with Jonny and Jake. Channel Guide: Tell me about getting the role of Max. Jonny Gray: The whole process of getting the role of … Continue reading →

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You Can Ready Your Trick or Treat Bag with the "The Last Halloween"

Just in time for Halloween, director Marc Roussel ("Remote") has just released his short film "The Last Halloween." This film recently screened at Screamfest La. Now, fans of horror can view the entire film here. In "The Last Halloween," several trick or treaters scour the neighbourhood for candy, but they might be after something else, as well. This ten minute film stars Jake Goodman, Julian Richings and Drew Davis. The film is set in a post-apocalyptic landscape. In the future, a deserted city and its residents struggle to survive. Strangely, several trick or treaters move about the small town, looking for sweets. The survivors are barely able to help. And then, these trick or treaters turn violent! "The Last Halloween" has won a few awards. Recently, this title won Best Short Film and Best Editing at the Chicago Horror Film Festival. A quality short film, film fans are encouraged to
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Teaser Trailer for ‘The Last Halloween’

Halloween is my favourite time of year, and so while we don’t normally post trailers for short films (sorry but there is only so much time in a day), I couldn’t resist passing up the opportunity to promote the latest short from Canadian filmmaker Marc Roussel. According to Twitch, Roussel is putting the final buff and polish on his latest film, but so far it is looking spectacular. The film follows four young trick-or-treaters who set out on a door-to-door adventure during what seems to be a post-apocalyptic setting. Adapted from the comic by Mark Thibodeau, The Last Halloween stars Ron Basch, Emily Alatalo, Julian Richings, Angela Besharah, Brendan Heard, Drew Davis, Jake Goodman, Zoe Fraser, Kritty Uranowski, Adrian Griffiths, Alastair Forbes, and Ali Adatia. Watch the teaser below. Enjoy!

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Film Review: Pacific Rim (2013): Del Toro + Blockbuster Formula Fun

  Pacific Rim (2013) Film Review, a movie directed by  Guillermo del Toro and starring Charlie Hunnam, Idris Elba, Ron Perlman, Charlie Day, Clifton Collins Jr, Ellen McLain, Max Martini, Robert Maillet, Burn Gorman, Rinko Kikuchi, Heather Doerksen, Larry Joe Campbell, Jake Goodman, Diego Klattenhoff, Brad William Henke, and Robert Kazinsky. Plot [...]

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Pacific Rim Banner and Featurette: Oversized Robot Set

Warner Bros. has released a new banner and featurette for Pacific Rim. This robot vs monster sci-fi epic is set to blow any comparisons with the giant metal fest that you may know as the Transformers franchise out of the water. The film stars Idris Elba, Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Hunnam, Charlie Day, Brad William Henke, Burn Gorman, Clifton Collins Jr., Diego Klattenhoff, Heather Doerksen, Jake Goodman, Larry Joe Campbell, Max Martini, Robert Kazinsky, Robert Maillet, and Ron Perlman. Guillermo del Toro (The Devil’s Backbone, Pan’s Labyrinth, Cronos, Hellboy) directs from a screenplay by Travis Beacham. Pacific Rim will be released July 12th, 2013. Featurette: Oversized Robot...
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Occupy Wall Street: The Revolution Won't Be Generalized

Protesters from all walks of life share with MTV News what the movement means to them.

By Tami Katzoff

Protester Jenni Walkup at Occupy Wall Street on Wednesday

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One fact that quickly becomes apparent on a visit to Zuccotti Park, the center of activity for Occupy Wall Street, is that its current residents cannot be categorized or labeled or lumped together as a group. Of course they all believe that something in this country is broken and needs immediate attention. But after a few hours talking with a somewhat random sampling of protesters, one understands that the "something" is actually many different things.

And the issues being discussed are as varied as the people doing the talking. Amber Phillips, 26, from Fulton, Illinois, spoke about workers' rights, especially for females. She described a job where she was frequently harassed and denied a raise even after eight years of employment.
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