Alyson Stoner on your choices, Olivia Holt reunites with Shelly Peiken and Steve Shebby, Selena Gomez joins up with Trigger Street Productions, Billboard ranks HSM3 songs, The Veronicas singles goes double platinum in Australia, Savannah Outen covers Out Of The Woods
Quote of the Day:
“You are building your life, choice by choice. Unless you choose according to the life you imagine, how else will you arrive at that reality?”
Here’s to another hit! Earlier this month Olivia Holt reunited with Shelly Peiken (songwriter of Had Me @ Hello w/ Dan Book and Alexei Misoul) along with Steve Shebby to work on new music.
Selena Gomez posted a photo on Instagram to promote her new venture with Trigger Street Productions (House of Cards). Also included in the image is friend Samantha Droke (Princess Protection Program) who has ventured into TV and Film production a few years back.
You gotta hand it to Billboard for not missing out not the sixth anniversary of High School Musical 3: Senior Year. In their new article, see out how they ranked the songs from the soundtrack.
The Veronicas new single, You Ruin Me has gone Double-Platinum in Australia (140,000 in sales). The duo just posted a full-length audio clip of the song Line of Fire on YouTube. The song is from their upcoming self-titled release, due out on November 21st (at this time information remains sketchy if it will be available in the U.S).
Out Of The Woods! Savannah Outen and Jake Coco cover Taylor Swift‘s latest (co-written by Jack Antonoff). Check it out on YouTube.
11am CST – The Haunted Mansion (ABC Family)
Eddie Murphy scares up very few laughs in this effects-laden Disney farce. He plays a real-estate agent whose family is stuck in a creepy old house crawling with ghosts. Based on a Disney theme-park attraction.
1pm CST – Corpse Bride (ABC Family)
Johnny Depp provides the voice of a Victorian-era bridegroom who mistakenly weds a girl from beyond the grave in this wonderfully macabre musical-comedy featuring dazzling stop-motion animation.
2pm CST – Dew Tour (NBC)
Top moments from the City Championships in Portland, Ore., and Brooklyn. Competition is in skateboarding and BMX. Athletes include Ryan Sheckler and Garrett Reynolds.
3:20pm CST – Monsters, Inc. (Disney Channel)
A little girl accidentally enters the land of monsters, where she befriends two creatures who work at a “scare factory.”
3:30pm CST – Motocross: Monster Energy Cup (FOX)
The Monster Energy Cup, showcasing the world’s top supercross racers at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.
5pm CST – Despicable Me (Disney XD)
An elite supervillain (voiced by Steve Carell) tries to steal the moon from the sky using his vast weaponry and an army of minions, but his evil machinations are undermined by three orphaned girls who see him as a father figure, despite his diabolical intentions.
7pm CST – Once Upon a Time: Breaking Glass (ABC)
Regina and Emma join forces to track down the Snow Queen after Sidney locates her. Meanwhile, Mary Margaret and David look for Will Scarlet, who’s fled from jail; Elsa sees Anna in the woods; and in the past, young Emma befriends a fellow runaway orphan.
7:30pm CST – Toy Story Of Terror! (Disney Channel)
The toys go on a road trip and get detoured to a roadside motel, where one of them vanishes and the others fear they may meet with the same misfortune.
8pm CST – Drumline (VH1)
Coming-of-age tale about a cocky drummer (Nick Cannon) in a big-time college marching band. Clichéd, high-energy crowd-pleaser with stirring music sequences. Orlando Jones plays against type as a straitlaced band director.
9pm CST – Paranorman (ABC Family)
A morbid boy with the power to speak to the dead gathers a small army of friends to fight seven zombies brought to life by an ancient witch’s curse. Meanwhile, the terrified townspeople prepare to do battle with the supernatural.
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