Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 6, Episode 6 of AMC's "Mad Men," titled "For Immediate Release."
In the most recent "Mad Men" episode, Panabaker played Daisy McCluskey, a flight attendant that was sleeping with Roger Sterling (John Slattery) and ended up proving helpful when it came to Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce (and Cutler Gleason & Chaough) nabbing the Chevy account.
The now 25-year-old Panabaker got her start doing Disney Channel Original movies like 2004's "Stuck in the Suburbs" (with current "Saturday Night Live" cast member Taran Killam) and "Read It and Weep," a 2006 Disney movie she did with her younger sister and fellow actress Kay Panabaker.
Watch her in the former below:
Panabaker went on to appear in some horror flicks like "Friday the 13th," "The Crazies" and "Piranha 3Dd
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Juno Temple (l.) and Kay Panabaker star in Little Birds.
Rising star Juno Temple (The Three Musketeers) and Kay Panabaker (TV’s No Ordinary Family) are teenage trailer park denizens in the 2011 independent drama film Little Birds.
15 year-old Lily (Temple) and her best friend Alison (Panabaker) live on the shores of the Salton Sea in an area that was once an oasis for the wealthy and famous that has since become a near ghost town. Living with her manic, single mother (Leslie Mann, The Change-Up), Lily hopes for something more exciting than visits with her young and already washed up Aunt (Kate Bosworth, Straw Dogs). After meeting some visiting street kids, Lily convinces Alison to follow them boys back to Los Angeles for what will hopefully be a better life. But in the big city, Lily and Alison quickly fall into the
Directed by Lev L. Spiro
Written by Dana Starfield
You are a dog person. You don’t just own dogs; you fetishize them. When the holidays come around, you make sure to get your pups brand-new sweaters, hats, and gloves for each of their paws. You own canine paraphernalia, from coffee-table books displaying various breeds in ultra-cute positions to figurines. You have day-to-day and monthly calendars for dogs, possibly one set for work and one for home. You have dog-related bumper stickers on your car, such as “I’d Rather Be Playing Fetch.” Also, preferably, you have children who are just as obsessed with canines as you are. As such, you are the ideal audience for Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta, the direct-to-dvd threequel to the popular 2008 Disney family film.
At its best, Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3 is a bland trifle,
A Sundance Lab creation, Elgin James’ debut, Little Birds is a strong first effort, one borne primarily from an interesting mutation of the professed director’s own life experiences, which he was at first going to film. Somehow, gangland activities turned into a coming of age tale of two adolescent females, and the result, while not entirely breaking new ground, manages to reach an affecting grace, one that manages to gear up into a tense boil.
Best friends Lily (Juno Temple) and Alison (Kay Panabaker), are continuously on the lookout for more exciting activities in their ramshackle Salton Sea town, where decaying plant matter permeates the air, and local denizens are either comfortable in their boredom or violent in their wish to escape from it. Of the two, Lily is definitely the more rebellious and defiant, obviously eager to discover boys,
Director: Lev L Spiro
Cast: George Lopez, Odette Annable, Erin Cahill, Sebastian Roche, Kyle Gass, Kay Panabaker, Tom Kenny, Marcus Coloma, Briana Lane.
Running Time: 87 mins
Synopsis: When Rachel and Sam move into a posh Beverly Hills hotel, they bring along their faithful chihuahuas, Papi and Chloe, and all of their adorable puppies. These wise cracking canines are a loving family, and when youngest pup Rosa starts to feel smaller and less special than ever before, Papi must do whatever he can to help her, and his owners, find the happiness they deserve…
We at Thn love family films. But Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta! looked like it would stretch anyone’s patience. Upon completing the film, we considered offering the great Spinal Tap two-word review; ‘Shit Sandwich.’ However, as fans of poetry, we now present our review made entirely of Hai Ku’s.
We've got our hands on a heap of images from the film which showcase the talented cast including Juno Temple and Kay Panabaker -- who star as two 15-year-olds who test the limits of their friendship when one follows the other to Los Angeles -- along with Kyle Gallner, Kate Bosworth and Leslie Mann also co-starring. It kind of sounds like a run-of-the-mill tale but with rising star Temple front and center, we're hoping it'll make for worthy viewing either way.
Post-release, James already has a follow-up lined up,
After the first trailer for the film surfaced last month (which you can catch below if you missed it), fifteen great new images have now come online, including one of James on the set.
“15 year-old Lily and her best friend Alison live on the shores of the Salton Sea among rundown trailers parks, rotting household items, drained pools and decaying streets. What was once an oasis for the wealthy and famous has become a near ghost town, leaving its residents fighting for breath in the deep end. Lily feels eternally claustrophobic and rebellious,
After his debut film unveiled to a warm reception at Park City, James' colorful past came back to haunt him with an attempted extortion charge forcing him to spend a year in in L.A.'s Metro Detention Center. The writer-director apparently stayed indoors throughout his time there catching up with classic films ("Gone With The Wind") and reading 101 books including the fiction of Pat Conroy. Now out, James will tackle this hostage tale scripted by Justin Marks ("The Stranger," '20,000 Leagues') which follows "a family taken hostage
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