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It's time! Living her best October life, Vanessa Hudgens stepped out to Knott's Scary Farm's "black carpet" event on Thursday, Oct. 1, in Buena Park, Calif., wearing an adorable Halloween-ready ensemble with a very direct message. The High School Musical alum, 26, rocked a yellow cardigan, metallic short shorts, ankle booties, and one fabulous tee reading, "Just Here for the Boos." Hudgens, who recently wrapped a stint in Gigi on Broadway, also added a little costume-y touch to her outfit: cat ears, which she appropriately paired with bold [...] »
Pass the makeup wipes, and draw us a bath. We're living for this body-positive celebrity trend. It seems that nearly all of our favorite former Disney darlings have been embracing their natural beauty in shoots, 'Grams and music videos. In the spirit of the stunning and spontaneous shower shots of Demi Lovato, shot by Vanity Fair photographer Patrick Ecclesine, we were inspired to put together our favorite body-positive bathing moments. "Same Old Love" singer Selena Gomez is raw and real in her all-natural shower scene in her music video for "Good For You." Coachella queen and former High School Musical star Vanessa »
Julia Louis-Dreyfus might be flying to Evanston, Ill., a little bit more often now that her son, Charlie Hall (real name Charles Hall), has joined Northwestern University's basketball team as a walk-on! He probably won't see much action on the court as a freshman walk-on, but you know the crowds are going to go wild(cats) for Hall to get in the game. (Anybody else singing "Getcha Head in the Game" from High School Musical right now?). The Veep star and her husband must be extra proud, as they both graduated from Northwestern. She even tweeted her excitement about her son's feat. "So proud of our boy," she wrote. "Yes, he got the height from me." His height, which he most »
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)
Thank you, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising costume designer. Zac Efron showed off his impressive abs while filming scenes for the upcoming comedy sequel in Atlanta, Ga., on Tuesday, Sept. 22. During one scene, the High School Musical alum, 27, who is reprising his role as Teddy, danced before a crowd of college students in nothing but sweatpants, showcasing his gazillion-pack. Efron then ditched the sweats and bared his bod in teeny orange shorts during a tailgating scene. Training like Teddy pic.twitter.com/CJVuJiI6OB — Zac Efron (@ZacEfron) September 18, 2015 “Training like [...] »
Emma Roberts may be the Hbic (Head B*tch in Charge) on Scream Queens, but we cannot wait to see Lea Michele return to primetime as scoliosis-suffering Hester. We caught up with the former Glee star while she was promoting her new app, and we demanded the Scream Queens scoop. Not only did she spill on some upcoming scenes, she told us that she would basically resort to tying costar Jamie Lee Curtis up in an attempt to watch Halloween with her. (Curtis got her start in the 1978 horror flick.) As it turns out, Michele is a huge fan of horror - just don't try to tell her you thought It Follows was scary. Check out our interview and remember, the show starts tonight! Popsugar: Can Glee fans watch Scream Queens? Lea Michele: They will certainly watch it and love it. A lot of our Glee fans grew up with us. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Emma Roberts may be the Hbic (Head B*tch in Charge) on Scream Queens, but we cannot wait to see Lea Michele return to primetime as scoliosis-suffering Hester. We caught up with the former Glee star while she was promoting her new app, and we demanded the Scream Queens scoop. Not only did she spill on some upcoming scenes, she told us that she would basically resort to tying costar Jamie Lee Curtis up in an attempt to watch Halloween with her. (Curtis got her start in the 1978 horror flick.) As it turns out, Michele is a huge fan of horror - just don't try to tell her you thought It Follows was scary. Popsugar: Can Glee fans watch Scream Queens? Lea Michele: They will certainly watch it and love it. A lot of our Glee fans grew up with us. They started out with us when we were »
- Maggie Pehanick
Zac Efron's new film did manage to crack into a top ten list when it opened this weekend - unfortunately, it isn't the kind of list any actor would want to have on his resume.
We Are Your Friends opened with $1.8 million this weekend, a figure that landed the film at number four on the list of the worst wide-release debuts in box office history, reports Entertainment Weekly.
The list compiles the films that generated the worst box office openings for films that opened in 2000 theatres or more on their debut weekend.
The story of Efron's aspiring DJ trails behind 2008's Delgo and 2012's Oogieloves In The Big Balloon Adventure, which take first and second place respectively, and also managed to score a bigger box office than last year's 10th anniversary re-release of Saw.
We Are Your Friends follows DJ Cole Carter (Efron) as he gets the chance of »
The box office underwent a religious conversion this weekend as Christian crowds flocked to “War Room,” lifting the low-budget salute to prayer above the Zac Efron drama “We Are You're Friends” and the Owen Wilson thriller “No Escape.”
Filmed for a mere $3 million and distributed by Sony’s Affirm division, “War Room” more than tripled its production budget in a single weekend, picking up $11 million from 1,135 locations. That also easily topped projections that had it debuting in the $4 million to $5 million range, although in retrospect those estimates were overly conservative given that advance ticket sales were unusually strong.
“These are the kind of outlier events that happen and wake everyone up to the fact that faith-based audiences are passionate and looking for content,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Rentrak.
- Brent Lang
The press team probably couldn't have planned it any better. Digital Spy has just walked into the reception of Willows High School in Cardiff - the new subject of the much-loved Educating series - to be greeted by a school choir singing 'Breaking Free' from High School Musical.
Everyone we meet is quick to assure us this isn't a set-up - Willows High is working with local primary schools on a concert, and we just happen to have stumbled into a rehearsal - and anyway, if it was they surely would have gone for the song we later heard drifting out of the school hall: 'We're All In This Together'.
That, after all, is the mood headteacher Joy Ballard is going for. "I'm sort of like the mum of the school, [deputy head] Chris is like the dad of the school," she explains when we meet her later. "We know their mum's name, »
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We Are Your Friends stars Efron as an aspiring DJ navigating the choppy waters of the struggle for fame. The electronic music scene is a cut-throat one, where there are fortunes to be made and some sick beats to be dropped.
As the concept of an electronic DJ is relatively new in comparison to the history of film, Hollywood hasn’t tackled the subject very often. A more common form of DJ found on film is the radio DJ, covering a career that has enjoyed a much longer lifespan. We’re talking about some real classics here: Christian Slater in Pump Up the Volume, Robin Williams in Good Morning Vietnam… we could go on, but we’ll let »
- Amanda Wood
Back in 2006, legions of teenagers around the world were obsessed with Disney's High School Musical.
But despite how huge it was, it may be a surprise to you that Zac struggled to recognise the number.
When it came to 'Breaking Free', Zac was a little stuck.
To be fair to him, he did recognise that it was from High School Musical. He just couldn't remember the song title.
If you want to hear the full song all over again (it's been nearly 10 years, if that makes you feel old), then listen below:
Get'cha head in the game, Zac Efron! While promoting his new movie We Are Your Friends, the former Disney star was asked to play a music game with his director Max Joseph and co-star Emily Ratajkowski. As a Cosmopolitan UK reporter began to play the introduction of songs, the group must guess the song title correctly as soon as possible. Sounds pretty simple, right? Yes, that's what we thought too. Once the game started, the trio appeared to be on a roll. Beyoncé's "Drunk In Love?" No problem! Justice vs. Simian's "We Are Your Friends?" Piece of cake. But when it comes to "Breaking Free" from High School Musical? Well, we may need more than a few »
Emily Ratajkowski is breaking out the girls! The model turned actress pulled an Angelina Jolie on the red carpet for the premiere of "We Are Your Friends" Thursday night in Hollywood. The 24-year-old showed off tons of cleavage and a whole lot of leg in a Grecian-inspired champagne Maria Lucia Hohan gown. She accessorized with a simple gold clutch, Jimmy Choo heels and loose waves. The "Blurred Lines" video vixen stars in the new flick, which follows a young DJ trying to make it big in the Edm scene. This is only her second major role after starring alongside Ben Affleck in "Gone Girl". Emily's costar Zac Efron also shined on the red carpet and brought his usual hunky style and charm to the premiere. The "High School Musical" alum was dapper in a navy blue suit jacket, t-shirt and tailored pants. While the 27-year-old has been looking very chiseled lately, »
- tooFab Staff
Vanessa Hudgens has revealed the sad news that her dad, Greg, is facing a battle against stage 4 cancer. The former High School Musical star made the emotional revelation during an acceptance speech at the Industry Dance Awards on Wednesday, Aug. 19, for her Breakthrough Performer award. The event was held to benefit The Circle of Hope, a charity which supports dancers who survive cancer. And Hudgens, who attended the ceremony with her boyfriend, Austin Butler, explained to the audience that as a couple, she and Butler now really [...] »
Vanessa Hudgens and Paula Abdul hung out backstage at the 2015 Industry Dance Awards and Cancer Benefit Show at Hollywood’s Avalon Wednesday night. Vanessa Hudgens And Paula Abdul Before Abdul bonded with former High School Musical star Hudgens at the Industry Dance Awards, she presented the Lifetime Achievement Award to Rita Moreno. “Every one of […]
- Chelsea Regan
Can you believe it's almost the ten-year anniversary of the High School Musical movie?! While promoting his new flick We Are Your Friends, HSM star Zac Efron reminisced about the time that's past since the hit movie. The 27-year-old hunk even revealed filming We Are your Friends in the San Fernando Valley outside L.A. reminded him of his High School Musical years. "Around the time High School Musical started I lived, like for four years, in the valley," Efron told E! News. "We shot all around the house that we used to bum around at. We even filmed at some of my favorite restaurants. Like I knew every location, every place we go it'd be reminiscent of [my] 15 to 17-year-old »
In case you didn't get the news delivered to you directly by way of messenger pigeon, Zac Efron has joined the Baywatch movie. It is immensely exciting, and it's a great excuse to revisit all the times Efron has shed his shirts in previous films. Should the deal go through, he'll be running in slow motion alongside costar Dwayne Johnson, making this reboot fully worth a trip to the theater. Until more details come out, here are all the GIFs I could find of Efron's bare chest in movies and on TV! Related stories: Every Picture of Zac Efron in We Are Your Friends Is Sexier Than the Last All the Hot Zac Efron Movie Pictures You Could Possibly Handle 12 Times Zac Efron Made You Swoon in High School Musical 74 Crucial Moments From Your Decade-Long Crush on Zac Efron »
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