Legal victories taste so sweet!
A judge has now issued an injunction preventing Haven Beauty from using any photos at all of the sisters.
However, even with this win, the case is far from being settled. We'll keep you updated!
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Abigail Breslin is one lucky gal!
And while we were a bit surprised by the casting choice for Jennifer Grey's character Baby, we're certainly not complaining about who is playing the love interest Johnny!
It's been reported that Colt Prattes will be playing Breslin's love interest — a role originally portrayed by Patrick Swayze — in the three-hour TV adaptation!
This will be the first big role for the singer/dancer/actor, who was recently featured in the music video for Pink's Try.
But after lightly stalking his Instagram, we certainly will be having the time of our lives watching Prattes on the screen!
Ch-ch-check out his hottest, shirtless, ab-tastic pictures (below) to get acquainted with the new Johnny!
This would be AH-Mazing!
With Grease: Live all wrapped, the world is looking for the next live musical, and we think we've found a winner!
Anna Kendrick was obviously VERY vocal during Grease: Live as she live-tweeted the show. However, one of the best things to appear on her Twitter account yesterday was TV writer Megan Ganz proposing a version of Dirty Dancing Live with Kendrick and Channing Tatum. Anna responded saying:
Of course Jordan Peele chimed in saying:
Well this idea could be starting to snowball as ET caught up with Tatum last night at the Hail, Caesar! premiere and he said:
It sounds like the ladies from Kappa Kappa Tau will be back for more!
Last year's season finale was quite a shocker as it FINALLY revealed the identity of the last Red Devil!
With the Chanels being set to an insane asylum at the end of the season, that leaves us with one big question, who is returning to the show and where will it take place?!
Lucky for us, Gary Newman, the Co-Chairman/CEO, Fox Television Group, revealed the setting of the sophomore season saying:
After last week's cliffhanger where Pete (Diego Bonita) admitted to murder, we found out in Tuesday's finale that he wasn't the evil mastermind behind the whole operation. But he was roped into the killing spree by Boone (Nick Jonas), who very easily convinced him that the greek system needed to be exterminated!
Pete managed to tell Grace (Skyler Samuels) that the real killer was one of her sisters… but [SPOILERS] got butchered by the RD before he got the chance to say who!
So, which of the Kappa Girls is the final Red Devil killer….?
Nobody puts Chanel No. 5 in the corner!
Fresh off of the success of NBC's The Wiz Live! – and with Grease Live! airing in January on FOX — it looks like ABC wants in on the Primetime musical craze.
That's because it was announced on Tuesday that Abigail Breslin has been cast as Jennifer Grey's lead character in a 2016 remake of Dirty Dancing!
While Disney's adaptation won't be live like Peter Pan Live!, The Sound of Music Live!, and the others, it will still be interesting to see who the House of Mouse casts in Patrick Swayze's part alongside the Oscar-nominated actress…
We have to say, we're surprised by this casting. Abigail seems like an odd choice to star in her very own musical, especially after her — let's say questionable — performance in Scream Queens!
Luckily, Adam Anders and Peer Åström from Glee will be writing the music, so at least that aspect of the 3-hour show will be tight.
Make sure to catch Abigail Breslin & Co. when Dirty Dancing not-Live airs in 2016 on ABC!
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Well, that's one way to kill the mood!
We've been scratching our heads all season long while watching Scream Queens, trying to figure out just who is the third killer in the Red Devil costume.
And the last moments of Tuesday night's episode teased us with a major reveal when a character who was initially brushed off as a red herring admitted to murder! [SPOILERS, obvi!]
The last scene of the episode,
This is FABULOUS!
Scream Queens is becoming more and more popular and it might have to do with how kick-ass the women are on it!
Sure, some of the Chanels can be stuck up at times, but last night's episode proved why at the end of the day, the horror comedy is really about female empowerment!
At the center of the show, Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Billie Lourde, and Abigail Breslin all play girls that go by the name Chanel — each one has a different number at the end of their name to tell them apart — except for Roberts who is of course the head Chanel!
In a scene from last night, *SPOILERS*