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After bursting onto the scene when she was just 15 years old with her debut single "Candy," Mandy Moore has basically grown up in the spotlight. She's toured with bands like *Nsync and the Backstreet Boys, starred in movies like A Walk to Remember and The Princess Diaries, and participated in amazing '90s events like MTV's Spring Break. Thankfully, the This Is Us actress loves to frequently relive those days (and a few hilarious moments from her childhood) on Instagram. Mandy has blessed fans with photos of everything from really bad hairstyles to hanging out with Justin Timberlake. Keep reading to see every single gem that basically gives her the title of Throwback Queen. Related9 Guys Mandy Moore Has Let Into Her Wild Heart (Excluding Jack Pearson) »
- Caitlin Hacker
Ever wonder what the stars of your favorite movies and TV shows got up to when the cameras weren’t rolling? Well, we have some partial answers for you.
Keep scrolling to see the best behind-the-scenes shots from decades past. They’re totally phat, gnarly, groovy and … you get the idea:
I’d have to go to storage for the good pics @AllCharisma but… »
- Lydia Price
Principal photography has begun in Lima, Ohio, with Nick Kellis directing from his own script. Lance Paul is producing and April Kennedy is executive producing. Production companies are Paul’s Ginger Knight Entertainment and Kellis’ new Flyover State Productions.
Smith portrays a Los Angeles exec who must return to Ohio after his mother dies and face the daunting task of signing away his family’s factory to Baldwin’s character. He must confront a labor-strike led by his high school wrestling buddies and a legal battle over the impending sale of the factory, brought on by his high school sweetheart, played by Bratcher. Forced to search his soul and embrace his broken past, »
- Dave McNary
“I’m in a completely different chapter of my life, and I don’t begrudge anything.”
On a balmy Sunday afternoon in April, Mandy Moore lounges on a white leather couch in a corner of a bare four-star West Hollywood, California, hotel room, counting down the final minutes of a rare day of work during a picturesque spring weekend. Glam in a chic designer black dress and barely there makeup from a prior event, gone in that moment is any sign of the bubbly teenage blonde pop star singing about puppy love in “Candy.” In her place is a mature, fulfilled 33-year-old who has since demanded the world’s attention on This Is Us.
In NBC’s undisputed breakout family drama, Moore slips into the complicated world of Rebecca Pearson, wife and mother of three (twins and an adopted son), with a signature performance that’s deft and understated in its time-jumping complexities. Getting to this »
Men like movies about war; teenage girls like movies about beautiful dying girls finding love. How else to explain the glut of stories about cancer-stricken teenagers, such as “The Fault In Our Stars,” “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” and that early-aughts soapy classic, “A Walk to Remember”? The genre may have traded in Mandy Moore’s squeaky clean appeal for a slightly edgier Shailene Woodley, but the beautiful dying girl remained resolute in her insistence that prince charming never pity her, even as the movie around her urged audiences to do just that.
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In “Everything, Everything,” director Stella Meghie remains true to the beautiful dying girl form, save for one thing: This time she’s black and beautiful, with a glorious head of natural curls to boot. Her name is Maddy Whittier, »
- Jude Dry
Mandy Moore is going deep. The “This Is Us” star accidentally gets dropped to the bottom of a shark-infested ocean along with “The Vampire Diaries” alum Claire Holt in the new trailer for the upcoming thriller “47 Meters Down.” Moore stars in the film as Lisa, who is ready for adventure in Mexico with her sister Kate (Holt) following a bad break-up. Kate suggests they go shark diving with some locals to catch a face-to-face look at great white sharks. Also Read: Mandy Moore Teases 'A Walk to Remember' Reunion: 'We're Working on It!' “I don’t even know how to dive, »
- Reid Nakamura
The This Is Us star accidentally serves herself up as bait in the exclusive first trailer for this summer’s scariest open-water adventure, 47 Meters Down.
In the thriller, Moore’s character Lisa decides to recuperate from a bad breakup with a trip to Mexico, joined by her sister Kate (Claire Holt). There, the two decide to inject some adventure into their vacation — shark-cage diving.
Though reluctant, Lisa and Kate hit the open sea with locals to get up close and personal with great white sharks after being assured it’s “totally safe.”
- Lindsay Kimble
We prefer to remember these monumental moments in teen film makeouts instead of our own high school experiences. Please join us on a butterfly-inducing trip down memory lane.
A Walk to Remember (2002)
Shortly before making us collapse in tears, A Walk to Remember has us swooning at the sight of Jamie (Mandy Moore) and Landon’s (Shane West) first non-theater obligated kiss. Like the entirety of the first date Landon planned, the kiss is perfect.
Never Been Kissed (1999)
- Lydia Price
Former teen pop princess Mandy Moore is (somehow) turning 33 today.
In honor of the This Is Us star’s milestone moment, take a few moments to look back at some of her gloriously ’90s and early-aughts throwbacks, from having us all craving “Candy” to taking A Walk to Remember. You won’t regret it.
What we would give to hear the conversations these three had.
Jamie and Landon forever!
Kids today will never appreciate not having to haul around a tote full of nothing but CDs for your Discman.
Rest in peace, frosted tips.
A life-size cutout of yourself — you know, »
- Lydia Price
Guns, monsters, and self-realization come together in our most anticipated movies of the month.
Is April the beginning of the summer movie season? Universal has been making that case for a few years now by opening their Fast and the Furious movies this month, and you can’t argue with their summer-sized box-office results. Happily there are plenty of smaller films hitting theaters in the coming weeks too from all manner of genres including drama, horror, comedy, and the hybrid that is Nacho Vigalondo’s latest.
Keep reading to see which movies we’re most excited for this month!
https://medium.com/media/957a1e3bef7d512bffaa68ddd3ac8cda/href10. The Circle (4/28)
Pros: Has a film ever looked this good on paper? Director James Ponsoldt (The End of the Tour), writer Dave Eggers (Where the Wild Things Are), cinematographer Matthew Libatique (The Fountain), composer Danny Elfman, a cast that includes Tom Hanks, Emma Watson »
- Rob Hunter
The 32-year-old actress shared a throwback photo on Thursday of her 2002 MTV Movie Award -- until this year's ceremony, the show has not included TV shows among the nominees -- for Breakthrough Female Performance in A Walk to Remember.
Watch: 'This Is Us' Scores Big at First Ever 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards -- See the Full Nomination List!
"In 2002 I was honored with this golden popcorn trophy for #awalktoremember and now 15 years later, in a completely different chapter of my life, @mtv has recognized all of our work on #thisisus (and @miloanthonyventimiglia and @lonniechavis for that tear-jerking scene in the Dojo, plus @chrissymetz as the undeniable force that she is)," Moore wrote. "Thanks for the kudos, #MTVawards. Can't wait to celebrate on May 7th »
Mandy Moore just had the wedding of her dreams … on-screen.
Anyone who has watched This Is Us has probably fantasized about marrying Milo Ventimiglia (the smokeshow actor behind TV father of the year Jack Pearson). And for Moore playing Ventimiglia’s on-screen bride was pretty magical — thanks to the wedding dress she wore.
“We actually had three vintage dresses to choose from,” Moore tells PeopleStyle. “But in the end, I »
- Brittany Talarico
Filming is already underway for the Love Actually mini sequel!
Et reported on Wednesday that Richard Curtis, director of the 2003 romantic comedy and co-founder of U.K. charity Comic Relief, was getting the beloved cast back together and filming a short sequel for the fundraiser's Red Nose Day on March 24. And it seems the production team isn't wasting any time, as they started filming the 10-minute movie just one day after the exciting news was announced.
Nearly 14 years after the film's release, Brodie-Sangster has clearly grown up (check out that stache!) while Neeson appears as if he hasn't aged a bit.
British broadcaster Emma Freud, who announced »
It's hard to believe it's been nearly 14 years since Love Actually first premiered in theaters, but now, the cast is finally reuniting -- for a good cause!
Richard Curtis, director of the 2003 romantic comedy and co-founder of U.K. charity Comic Relief, is getting the beloved cast back together for the fundraiser's Red Nose Day next month, British broadcaster Emma Freud announced via Twitter on Wednesday.
And get this -- they're even filming a mini sequel! Liam Neeson, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, Rowan Atkinson, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Martine McCutcheon, Keira Knightley, Andrew Lincoln, Lucia Moniz, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Bill Nighy, Marcus Brigstocke and Olivia Olson will all be a part of the project, which will revisit the lives of their characters.
"I would never have dreamt of writing a sequel to Love Actually, but I thought it might be fun to »
A photo posted by Adam Shankman (@adamshankman) on Feb 6, 2017 at 9:32am Pst A Walk to Remember turns 15 this year, and the film's stars celebrated by having a little reunion. On Sunday, Mandy Moore posted a sweet selfie with her onscreen love interest Shane West and the director Adam Shankman, who also shared his own picture on Instagram. "Welp. These 2 gentlemen are still some of the best around," she captioned the snap. "Loved catching up with ya, @theshanewest and @adamshankman. My ❤ is full. #awalktoremember #reunion." This isn't the first time Moore and West have made us emotional over the movie's anniversary. Aside from posting a number of throwback shots on social media, they recently opened up about their most memorable moments on set, in which the This Is Us star admitted to kind of, sort of, falling in love with her costar while filming. I mean, do you blame her? »
- Kelsie Gibson
Landon and Jamie forever! It’s been 15 years since A Walk to Remember made us want to get butterfly shoulder tattoos and showed us what true love looked like. On Sunday night, the film’s stars, Mandy Moore and Shane West, reunited with director Adam Shankman.
Moore captured the moment on her Instagram Stories and also posted a group shot.
“Welp. These 2 gentlemen are still some of the best around. Loved catching up with ya, @theshanewest and @adamshankman. My [heart] is full. #awalktoremember #reunion,” the This Is Us star captioned the selfie.
Moore starred as the sick reverend’s daughter, Jamie Sullivan, in the film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ classic love story. West played her rebel Romeo, Landon Carter.
The co-stars took a minute to honor their fans last week for the film’s anniversary, posting throwback »
Image Source: Everett Collection At this year's Golden Globe Awards, everyone seemed to be a bit confused to find out that a certain Mandy Moore had choreographed award season darling, La La Land. We know where your head is going: you mean like, that Mandy Moore? Who rocked a cape on the red carpet and starred in A Walk to Remember and spends half her time on This Is Us looking like a weak nana? Here's the thing . . . no. Not that Mandy Moore. We're talking about noted dancer and choreographer Mandy Moore, who may share the same name as her industry sister, but is, in actuality, someone completely different. Allow us to break it down for you. This is Mandy Moore. Image Source: Getty / David Livingston Mandy Moore is a fantastic choreographer, if you didn't already gather as much from La La Land's stunning opening number alone. Moore has »
- Ryan Roschke
Cornerstone Films will be launching international sales to buyers at the European Film Market in Berlin next month. UTA is repping domestic rights.
The project is based on Ashley Prentice Norton’s novel with Emma Forrest adapting. The story is set in 1980s New York, centered on the relationship between a rich chocolate heiress and her precocious young daughter.
The mother lives a free-wheeling, rock-star lifestyle, and her extravagant parties are legendary. Dazzled by her mother’s situation and constantly craving her attention, the daughter finds escape in reading beauty magazines and taking photos.
Shankman is directed from a script that Emma Forrest co-wrote with Beckinsale. »
- Dave McNary
27 January 2017 9:28 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The big-screen adaptation of Ashley Prentice Norton's hit 2012 novel, The Chocolate Money, set to star Kate Beckinsale, has found itself a director.
Adam Shankman (Hairspray, A Walk to Remember) has been brought on board to helm the feature, which Beckinsale also is producing. The film will tell the story of an impossibly rich chocolate heiress and her precocious young daughter.
Beckinsale will produce together with Mar-Key Pictures president Leslie Urdang, Miranda de Pencier and Kelly E. Ashton, with Emma Forrest having written the screenplay. Production is due to start in New York in the spring.
Set in »
- Alex Ritman
On the 15th anniversary of “A Walk to Remember,” Mandy Moore gave fans the ultimate gift: She told the Twittervese that she and Shane West were working on some sort of reunion. “We’re working on it!” The actress responded to a fan during a Twitter “Ask Me Anything.” We're working on it! https://t.co/JRTPPaaHKZ — Mandy Moore (@TheMandyMoore) January 25, 2017 Of course, we’re pretty sure this reunion wouldn’t entail a movie sequel because… (spoiler alert!)… Moore’s character dies in the 2002 teenage weepy, one of the first Nicholas Sparks novels adapted to the big screen. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
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