High School Musical 2 (2007 TV Movie)
The actress, 31, shared a response to speculation about her weight on Twitter on Monday after making a public appearance at the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Oscars viewing party and fundraiser the night before.
“The pressure to perfect is a struggle,” she wrote. “No I’m not pregnant, I’m just happy and haven’t been strict on my diet, but thanks for the reminder.”
Tisdale has previously spoken about body confidence, and says staying active helps her to feel great.
“Any physical activity
From School Of Rock and Enchanted through to Hail Caesar and Moana, we look at the unmissable musical numbers from modern movies...
The world has gone gaga for La La Land and it’s not difficult to see why. We love a good musical number. Sometimes there’s nothing more uplifting than a catchy tune with some fun choreography and other times music is the best, if only, way to depict a character's despair, fear or hope. Music taps into something very primal in us all and can often extract laughter and tears easier than two hours’ worth of dialogue.
Numerous classic musicals have graced the big screen since cinema began, but the 21st century alone has seen some fantastic songs in film. Some considered ‘musical films’ and others ‘films with music’, here are my top picks for this century’s best on-screen musical sequences.
School Of Rock
1. Zac Efron didn't sing in the original High School Musical.
Back in 2006, you may have thought you fallen in love with Efron's vocals in "Breaking Free" and "Start of Something New", but it turns out, it wasn't actually Efron you were falling for. Another Cinderella Story star Drew Seeley actually provided Troy's vocals for the first film (and he wrote the
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In the teaser above, Valerie, Alex and Laura prove they’re more dysfunctional than ever, as they each attempt to recover from last year’s season-ending betrayals. (Alex tries to get into green juice, and it does not go well.)
The dramedy returns with a two-episode premiere on Tuesday, June 7. Press Play above for your first look at Season 2.
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In celebration of its 100th original movie — an upcoming reimagining of the 1987 comedy Adventures in Babysitting — Disney Channel will air every single one of its original flicks from May through June.
VideosAdventures in Babysitting Trailer: Disney Duo Has a Wild Night Out
The nostalgia trip will kick off Memorial Day Weekend, with a marathon of the 51 most popular DCOMs, and will continue throughout the next month with every other original film presented at various times.
The casting directors are Jason La Padura, C.S.A., Natalie Hart, C.S.A., and Kendra Patterson, C.S.A., of Lapadura/Hart/Patterson. Information on open casting calls to be scheduled this spring will soon be posted at DisneyChannel.com/OpenCall. Here's what Gary Marsh, president and chief creative officer, Disney Channels Worldwide, had to say in a statement.
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