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Lifelong friends Kate (Mamrie Hart), Evie (Grace Helbig) and Charlie (Hannah Hart) are in a rut. Kate spends her days at a middling job and her nights alone or on failed dates. Evie is married with the in-laws from hell, wandering from one charitable cause to the next. Charlie has the girl of her dreams but just can't seem to pull her business (or her act) together. On the eve of Kate's 30th birthday, she agrees to let Evie and Charlie throw her a party. But what's supposed to be a simple celebration becomes a wild who's who of past and present, and things quickly spiral out of control.
We have the first trailer and poster for Dirty 30, and it could be the sleeper hit of the fall. It reunites Electra Woman and Dyna Girl duo Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart, pairing them with comedian Mamrie Hart for 86 minutes »
The spandex adventures of Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart are set to arrive. At the Tribeca Film Festival, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl director Chris Marrs Piliero said that the series, which stars Helbig and Hart as plucky superheroes, will be a launch title on Fullscreen’s upcoming subscription video service, which arrives on April 26th.
Electra Woman and Dyna Girl is a reboot of a 70s TV series from Sid and Marty Krofft (whose journey to the digital world is a whole story on its own). The new version of the show comes from Fullscreen and Legendary, which are hoping to leverage the star power of the content creators cast in the two titular roles. Between their respective channels, Helbig and Hart count more than five million subscribers.
The first four episodes of the show screened during its Tribeca panel, and its clear that Fullscreen and Legendary are playing »
- Sam Gutelle
Emanating from their studio in Cincinnati, Ohio, The History of Bad Ideas sees hosts Jason, Jeff and Blake talk about all things geeky on their podcast. Whether it’s rumours of the latest comic book movies, debating who really is the worst villain of all time, discussing the latest comic issues or just wondering about life in general, you are sure to have a fun time with them! In theory.
If you haven’t listened to the show before (why not?) you can check out previous episodes of The History of Bad Ideas podcast on iTunes and look out for new episodes here on Nerdly each and every week…
Episode 118: Hobi Goes to Warshington!
- Phil Wheat
The original ElectraWoman and DynaGirl, produced by Sid and Marty Krofft, was a live action science fiction children's television series.
"Electra Woman and DynaGirl" aired 16 episodes in a single season as part of the umbrella series "The Krofft Supershow".
When later syndicated in the package "Krofft Super Stars" and released on home video, the 16 segments, each 12 minutes long, were combined into eight episodes.
"...the show followed the crime-fighting exploits of female caped crusader 'ElectraWoman' (Deidre Hall) and her teen sidekick 'DynaGirl' (Judy Strangis), who worked in their off-time as reporters for a magazine.
"In each episode, the duo »
- Michael Stevens
A smart, witty and fresh twist on the cult-classic television series from Sid & Marty Krofft, the all-new feature-length comedy Electra Woman and Dyna Girl debuts on digital June 7 and on DVD July 5 from Legendary Digital Studios and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Further expanding into film from their YouTube origins, where combined they have generated more than 415Mm views, comedians Grace Helbig (The Grace Helbig Show) and Hannah Hart (My Drunk Kitchen) transform into the ultimate superhero duo in this exciting new action comedy. Electra Woman and Dyna Girl follows two small-town female crime-fighters that move to Los Angeles in order to find superhero stardom. The film also stars Andy Buckley. U.S. fans will also have the opportunity for an early look with Fullscreen.
5 items from 2016