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Ashley Tisdale just got a fresh new look! The "High School Musical" alum took to Instagram on Monday to show off her newly dyed strawberry blonde tresses. In the photo, the 30-year-old holds out her light red hair while pursing her red lips for the camera. Tisdale looks cute a casual rocking a vintage white T-shirt, black jeans and a flannel tied around her waist. "Ive never been this color before @kristin_ess made me a "strawberry bronde"!!! Details on @thehautemessdotcom coming soon!!" she captioned the pretty pic. While the former blonde's new color is pretty subtle, we do think it's a fun change for the summer! Ashley's hair makeover couldn't have come at a more perfect time -- the actress will be starring on TBS in a new comedy called "Clipped," where she plays a lady who works in a barbershop. We can't wait to see more hairstyles from »
- tooFab Staff
Looks like Blake Lively isn't the only one embracing the "bronde" trend. She's swapped back and forth between blond and brunette locks before, but this is the first time Ashley Tisdale has ventured into redhead territory. Debuting the strawberry tint on Instagram today, the High School Musical alum shared: "I've never been this color before, @kristin_ess made me a 'strawberry bronde'!" Of course the actres would turn to Kristin Ess, who is a master of hair color, especially the in-between shades—Just ask Debby Ryan! Set to premiere this fall, Ashley is returning to TV for the new TBS show, Clipped, in which she takes on the role as a gal working »
The Wildcats are back together! "High School Musical" alums Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman, Lucas Grabeel and Olesya Rulin reunited on Saturday at the premiere of series director Kenny Ortega’s new Disney Channel original movie, "Descendants." Tisdale took to Instagram to share a group shot with her former costars, writing, "All of us supporting the guy that changed our lives. So proud of @kennyortegablog on his big night." "So much love and admiration for this group!!! Go see Kenny's new movie!!" Rulin added with another snapshot. As for their missing cast members, Zac Efron is currently promoting "We Are Your Friends," while Vanessa Hudgens was doing a photo shoot for Beauty Coach. Seeing these stars back together is making us want to see them reunite on-screen in "High School Musical 4." Disney, it's your move! For more of today's hottest headlines, check out the video below! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
It's been nine years since High School Musical aired, and the cast hasn't aged a day. Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Lucas Grabeel, Monique Coleman, and Olesya Rulin reunited on the red carpet for Disney Channel's Descendants. They showed up to support Kenny Ortega, who directed both High School Musical and the new TV movie, about the children of famous Disney villains. How we wish this was the "Start of Something New" for the cast! »
The directorial debut of Catfish: The T.V. Show’s Max Joseph, We Are Your Friends, at first glance, may look the usual cliched underdog story of one young guy trying to make it big, in this case in the electronic dance music scene that was a huge deal in the late 2000’s, and I myself will admit that I let out the exclamation “Great, more pretty people with pretty people problems” when the trailer started. But we really can’t overlook the Zac Efron factor here. He’s come a long way since High School Musical, and a few missteps withstanding, he’s proven a very competent actor that has more to offer than just bellowing out pop songs on the Disney Channel. On top of that, Joseph seems to be imbuing proceedings with a stylish flourish that should keep things interesting. Released: August 28th »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom White)
Love these kids! @corbinbleu @_moniquecoleman @ashleytisdale @mrgrabeel @olesyarulin #HighSchoolMusical #DisneyDescendants A photo posted by Kenny Ortega (@kennyortegablog) on Jul 24, 2015 at 6:32pm Pdt Still in this together! Though the last High School Musical film was released seven years ago, the cast has remained close through the years. And on Friday, July 24, several of the beloved films' main stars reunited for the premiere of Disney's Descendants in Burbank, Calif. Corbin Bleu (Chad Danforth), Monique Coleman (Taylor McKessie), Ashley Tisdale (Sharpay Evans), Lucas Grabeel (Ryan Evans), and Olesya Rulin [...] »
We're all in this together so many years later! It's been almost a decade since the first High School Musical made its debut on the small screen. And while the cast is all grown up today, time won't prevent this group from supporting each other in Hollywood. On Friday night, Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Lucas Grabeel, Monique Coleman and Olesya Rulin attended the premiere of Kenny Ortega's new Disney Channel original movie titled Descendants. "All of us supporting the guy that changed our lives," Tisdale wrote with the gang. "So proud of @kennyortegablog on his big night." Grabeel added, "#Descendants premiere with the old #HSM gang. So proud of »
A high school film filled with show tunes fared well for Disney Channel nine years ago. The network gives the “High School Musical” recipe another try with helmer Kenny Ortega in its biggest production to date, “Descendants.”
“We have now made 100 Disney Channel original movies, and this is by far the biggest and most ambitious movie we’ve ever attempted,” Marsh said.
The feature follows the malevolent teenage offspring of popular Disney villains from “Sleeping Beauty,” “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “101 Dalmatians” and “Aladdin.” The live-action pic fuses classic tales and high school drama with original music for Mouse fans of all ages, an attempt at reaching past the network’s target demos.
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- Mannie Holmes
Zac Efron lets more than just the beat drop in the newest trailer for his coming-of-age drama "We Are Your Friends."
The "High School Musical" heartthrob stars as aspiring DJ Cole Carter, who's facing a quarter-life crisis as he and his friends struggle to find purpose and inspiration amid the desolate suburbs of Los Angeles.
Cole's looking for a ticket out of his mind-numbing day job in the San Fernando Valley, where he's surrounded by "actors, waiters and wannabes" while spinning for free at local parties in his spare time.
Photos: Hot Shots Of Zac Efron
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High School Musical director Kenny Ortega is returning to the Disney Channel with the all-new original TV movie Descendants, which brings some awfully wicked offspring to life. The first 6-minutes have debuted online, with Kenny Ortega introducing the movie and the wild thrills it contains. Here, we get to meet the teenage son of Belle and Beast, who rule over the fantasy kingdom of Auradon. All of the fairytale kingdoms have come together as one, for a story about what happens after 'happily ever after'.
Kenny Ortega describes Disney's Descendants as a modern fairy tale. As he puts it, it's a 'Once Upon a Now' story that will surely resonate with today's youth, as well as their parents alike. This opening prologue springs from the interface of an iPad, telling how Beast became president of Auradon, booting all of the villains and their sidekicks off to the Isle of the Lost. »
The story of a community’s attempt to exorcise the horror of a student being hanged on stage is nasty, dumb and terribly acted
Every exhausted cliche of the found-footage horror genre is paraded in this depressingly bad film: the screaming and running while miraculously keeping the important stuff in shot, the sudden cut to blackness and silence held for some seconds – with supernatural static bursts of audio fizz – even the female lead doing an eyeliner-smudged sobbing monologue to camera. Found footage often gives us good, unpretentious, naturalistic performances: but the acting here is just terrible. A smalltown Us high school is putting on a play called The Gallows as a kind of community catharsis exercise, because 20 years earlier a terrible accident took place when this very same play was being performed: a student was hanged on stage, in front of the horrified audience. (There is, admittedly, a nice pastiche »
- Peter Bradshaw
Justin Martin, the High School Musical 3 actor, was arrested in Boston Wednesday after a shootout with police. Justin Martin Arrested Martin was allegedly spotted running down a street in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston with a gun in hand after officers heard gunfire. Police pursued Martin, 21, after he allegedly pulled a gun on them, […]
- Chelsea Regan
“High School Musical” star Justin Martin has been arrested after a shootout with police, the Boston Police Department said Wednesday. Martin, whose credits also include “Eye Candy,” “Cold Case” and “Blue Bloods,” faces charges of unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, carrying a loaded firearm and two counts of assault by means of a dangerous weapon. According to police, at about 10:16 p.m. on Tuesday, officers were patrolling in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston when they heard gunfire erupt and observed Martin running down the street with a gun in his hand. Also Read: Stephen King Calls for 'Responsible. »
- Tim Kenneally
High School Musical 3 star Justin Martin was arrested on Tuesday, July 14, after engaging in a shoot-out with Boston police officers. According to the Boston Police Department, Zac Efron’s former costar, 21, was observed running down the street in Dorchester with a gun in his hand. After police chased him down, Martin turned and pointed the gun at the police while a second suspect began to fire multiple times. The release notes that officers fired at Martin but did not strike him. After getting Martin to the [...] »
The first time I performed on stage, I was cast as a lead in a baseball musical in the first grade. The rest of the cast was comprised of 3rd graders who were Furious that a first grader was given a lead, but I apparently didn’t suck and I nabbed a starring role. My parents sat in the back of the auditorium next to the door just in case I was awful and they needed to sneak out. Luckily, I took to the stage the way a duck takes to water and I’ve been singing and acting on stage ever since. As I write this, I’ve returned home from an opening night performance of The Pajama Game, a performance I put on only hours after having caught a showing of the newest Blumhouse project, The Gallows.
- BJ Colangelo
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 »
Are these two the cutest thing ever or are they the cutest thing ever? That's right, it's a trick question—because clearly Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were straight up Made 4 Each Other. The lovebirds finally tied the knot this weekend in a small, intimate wedding in California and it has us totally kvelling. After all, it's not every day that one of our favorite onscreen couples goes Irl. Or rather, make that goes Irl and stays Irl. After all, we're still trying to get over Zac and Vanessa's High School Musical breakup. But enough with the sadness. We're here today to celebrate love. More specifically, to celebrate the love that planted its seed on That 70s »
The best way to celebrate 75 years of Disney music? Listen to every single song from every single Disney movie and Disney TV series, of course. But we ain't go time for that. So how about watching 75 years of musical magic in just five minutes? That's doable, right? American Idol finalist turned YouTube star Todrick Hall (the man behind other Disney video creations like "Spell Block Tango," and "Cinderfella,") has created "The Evolution of Disney," which features classic songs from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Frozen and everything in between. Even High School Musical jams and the theme song from That's So Raven snuck in there. He covered all of them and he pulled it off »
Broadway got an influx of fresh new talent last night! Fifty-two musical theater hopefuls made their Broadway debut at the Minskoff Theatre June 29 at the seventh annual Jimmy Awards. Hosted by two-time Tony winner Michael Cerveris (“Fun Home”), the National High School Musical Theatre Awards named New York native Marla Louissaint, who played Caroline in “Caroline, or Change,” and Anthony Skillman, who played the titular wild man in “Tarzan,” the competition’s winners in the actress and actor categories. Both took home checks for $10,000, among other prizes that include a role in an upcoming Wyndham Rewards commercial. The four runners-up—Alec Michael Ryan (Laurence, “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”), Drayton Maclean Mayers (Edward Bloom, “Big Fish”), Morgan Higgins (Eponine, “Les Misérables”), and Marnie Quick (Orange, “Shout! The Mod Musical”)—all received $2,500 scholarships courtesy of the Barry and Fran Weissler Foundation. The panel of judges included noted casting directors Bernie Telsey and Tara Rubin »
Two years have passed since “Teen Beach Movie,” but just three months of time onscreen. And that offers about as much as anyone needs to know about the sequel, “Teen Beach 2,” which clearly feels no incentive to tamper with success. The only wrinkle, such as it is, involves reversing the first movie’s central conceit, bringing characters from a ’60s beach movie into the present-day real world, instead of vice versa. But all that – and the other plot threads stitched together from various sources – is a pretty thin excuse to reunite the gang to dance and sing again.
To its credit, Disney Channel’s commitment to live-action musicals introduces its audience to a genre that doesn’t gain much exposure elsewhere on TV, so the second-guessing should be kept to a minimum. That said, given that some parents will doubtless be lulled into sitting through these exercises with their kids, »
- Brian Lowry
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