The fourth season of the martial arts series will star Jason Earles, Leo Howard, Mateo Arias, and Dylan Riley Snyder. Olivia Holt is leaving the show to star in a new Disney Channel comedy series, I Didn’t Do It, which will premiere in 2014.
Season three of Kickin' It is currently airing and is Disney Xd's top series in total viewership and several young demographics. In addition, it's outperforming season two by double digits.
What do you think? Are you a fan of Kickin' It? How long do you think the series should run?
The episode also involves Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas.
It's so cool they're making an episode out of a movie! What movie does Dylan love? "My favorite movie for kids is probably Fox and the Hound. I think it's my favorite movie in general."
The new season of "Kickin' It" kicks off Monday, April 1, on Disney Xd.
You see, the Marvel ‘toon returns to the airwaves on Monday, Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. on the Disney network. When the good news was released to the public on Thursday, it was also revealed that Dylan Riley Snyder and Joe Quesada would host Marvel Comics Close-Up interstitials, which promote literacy. These will also debut during the hour-long season two premiere. That’s not too shabby at all!
Snyder is the young star of Disney’s Kickin’ It. Quesada is the Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Entertainment. He’s also a comic book rock star who worked on “Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #24″ in 2007.
The cast includes Alex Christian Jones, Dylan Riley Snyder, Jason Earles, Leo Howard, Mateo Arias, Olivia Holt.
Production on season three begins in January.
Here's the press release:
Disney Xd Picks Up A Third Season Of Top-rated Martial Arts-inspired Series, "Kickin' It"
Disney Xd kicks into high gear and orders a third season of the top-rated comedy series "Kickin' It," it was announced today by Adam Bonnett, Senior Vice President, Original Programming, Disney Channels Worldwide. Season Three of the popular series will follow the crew of lovable misfits at Bobby Wasabi Martial Arts Academy as they embark on new adventures outside the dojo. Production resumes in Hollywood in January.
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Paranorman voice actors Kodi Smit-McPhee, Anna Kendrick, Leslie Mann, Tempestt Bledsoe, Tucker Albrizzi, Jeff Garlin, Jodelle Ferland; moviemakers Sam Fell (director), Chris Butler (director/screenwriter), and Travis Knight (producer/lead animator); other guests include Aasha Davis, Amy Brenneman, Bella Thorne, Billy Unger, Breckin Meyer, Cimorelli, Daphne Blunt, Dave Foley, Dee Rees, Dylan Riley Snyder, Emma Kenney, Ernie Hudson, Gilles Marini, Holly Marie Combs, Judd Apatow, Justine Ezarik, Katherine McNamara, Kevin Misher, Lorene Scafaria, Ming-Na, Olivia Holt, Ricki Lake, Rob Morrow, Samantha Mumba, Sanaa Hamri, Shane Acker, Sierra McCormick, Taylor Armstrong, Taylor Spreitler, Teala Dunn, Tia Carrere, Tom Sizemore, Wayne Brady and many more!
ParaNorman is set
It's safe to say that "Winter's Bone," which earned two Sundance prizes last January including Best Drama Film and Screenwriting, is on its way to the Academy Awards. ("Winter's Bone" Movie Review)
"The Hurt Locker" started its ascend to Oscar victory last year with its two-punch Best Feature and Best Ensemble Gotham Awards.
Here's the complete list of winners and nominees of the 20th Gotham Independent Film Awards: (Winners are highlighted)
Black Swan -- Darren Aronofsky, director; Mike Medavoy, Arnold W. Messer, Brian Oliver, Scott Franklin, producers (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
Blue Valentine -- Derek Cianfrance, director; Jamie Patricof, Lynette Howell, Alex Orlovsky, producers (The Weinstein Company)
The Kids Are All Right -- Lisa Cholodenko,
The nominees for Ifp’s 20th annual Gotham Independent Film Awards (which some refer to as the official start to awards season) were announced moments ago.
The Gotham Awards will be held on November 29th. More here: http://gotham.ifp.org.
Here’s the list of “Independent Film” nominees:
Darren Aronofsky, director; Mike Medavoy, Arnold W. Messer, Brian Oliver, Scott Franklin, producers (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
Derek Cianfrance, director; Jamie Patricof, Lynette Howell, Alex Orlovsky, producers (The Weinstein Company)
The Kids Are All Right
Lisa Cholodenko, director; Gary Gilbert, Jeffrey Levy-Hinte, Celine Rattray, Jordan Horowitz, Daniela Taplin Lundberg, Philippe Hellmann, producers (Focus Features)
Let Me In
Matt Reeves, director; Simon Oakes, Alex Brunner, Guy East, Tobin Armbrust, Donna Gigliotti, John Nording, Carl Molinder, producers (Overture Films)
Debra Granik, director; Anne Rosellini, Alix Madigan-Yorkin, producers (Roadside Attractions
Directed by: Todd Solondz
Cast: Shirley Henderson, Paul Reubens, Alison Janney, Dylan Riley Snyder, Chris Marquette
Running Time: 1 hr 35 mins
Release Date: August 6, 2010 (Limited)
Plot: Twelve years after their father (Hinds) is sent to jail for child molestation, two brothers (Snyder, Marquette) struggle with the idea of forgiveness while suffering through the pain of remembering.
Who’S It For? While this film can stand on its own, those who have already seen Solondz’s Happiness would be at great advantage to re-familiarize themselves with that film’s characters, so that the actor switch-up of this “quasi-sequel” to that 1998 film makes a bit more sense. For those new to Solondz, Life During Wartime is for those who appreciate dark comedies that can plunge into the heaviest shades of black in order to test one’s potential to sympathize with characters of various serious flaws.
Chicago – Todd Solondz’s 1998 masterpiece, “Happiness,” is the darkest American comedy ever made. It’s so brutal and uncompromising that it calls into question the very definition of comedy. When one character explains to her sister that she isn’t laughing at her, but with her, the sister responds, “But I’m not laughing.” Solondz isn’t laughing either.
Like many provocateurs, Solondz has been accused of resorting to cheap shock tactics and stereotypes when attempting to portray his distinctively disturbing worldview. Yet Solondz is nothing if not sincere. His films directly confront the puritanical and judgmental instincts embedded in the human psyche that prevent us from identifying with others. He forces us to acknowledge the humanity lying within society’s most reviled creatures, particularly those suffering from arrested sexual development. The riotous laughter that “Happiness” elicited from audiences was undoubtedly caused by extreme discomfort rather than unbridled hilarity.
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