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13 de agosto de 2018

Teen Choice Awards 2018 Red Carpet Fashion: What the Stars Wore

Chloe Grace Moretz

Wearing Louis Vuitton. 

Lucy Hale

Wearing a strapless patterned mididress and strappy sandals. 

Anna Kendrick

Wearing a millienial pink minidress with a silver sequined panel and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.  

Meghan Trainor

Rocking a shimmering black sequined jumpsuit with a deep-v neckline and coordinating pumps. 

Normani Hamilton

Wearing a full burgundy skirt with a high-slit and a coordinating crop top. 

Auli'i Cravalho

In a black lace cocktail dress paired with black strappy sandals.

Lauren Jauregui

In a white wide-leg two-piece with a matching duster jacket. 

Hannah Zeile

In a blue one-shouldered minidress with a dramatic train, white pumps and carrying a white clutch. 

Katherine Langford

Wearing a modest high-neck black Alberta Ferretti minidress with sheer sleeves and simple black shoes. 

Nina Dobrev

Wearing a Gen Z yellow button down minidress and simple sandals. 

Storm Reid

Wearing a black and gold patterned minidress with black booties. 

Madelaine Petsch

Wearing a patterned white Giambattista Valli with lace embellishment and platform Giuseppe Zanotti pumps. 

Lili Reinhart

Wearing a strapless fuchsia pink sequined mididress and pink ankle strap pumps. 

Camila Mendes

Wearing an ivory midi dress and strappy sandals. 

Candace Cameron Bure

Wearing a rose satin midi-dress with a high slit and strappy sandals. 

Joey King

Wearing a black minidress with embellished sleeves and black ankle strap platform sandals. 

Bebe Rexha

In a pink two-piece and matching pink strappy sandals. 

Sabrina Carpenter

Wearinga purple pattenered minidress with a black belt and black platform peep toe Brian Atwood platforms and Jennifer Meyer jewelry. 

Maia Mitchell

Wearing a black and white fit-and-flare dress with black Mary Jane pumps. 

Noah Cyrus

In a pair of relaxed denim pants and a crop top. 

Olivia Holt

Wearing a shimmering emerald Daniele Carlotte minidress with strong shoulders and a strappy Nicholas Kirkwood sandals. 

Loren Gray

In a red minidress with a ruffled skirt and sleeves. 

Cozi Zuehlsdorff

Wearing a coral fit-and-flare minidress with sandals. 

Chloe Lukasiak

Wearing a holographic minidress and strappy sandals. 

12 de agosto de 2018

Meghan Trainor’s Teen Choice Awards 2018 Performance – Watch Now!

Meghan Trainor gave a great performance during the 2018 Teen Choice Awards and we have the video for you to watch here!
The 24-year-old singer took to the stage to sing "No Excuses" and "Let You Be Right" at The Forum on Sunday (August 12) in Inglewood, Calif.
Earlier in the night, Meghan walked the red carpet with her fiance Daryl Sabara.
It was a big night for Meghan as she was also nominated for four awards!

Riverdale’s Cole Sprouse & KJ Apa Catch Their Flight Ahead of Teen Choice Awards 2018!

 The stars of Riverdale are on their way to Los Angeles for the 2018 Teen Choice Awards!
Cole Sprouse and KJ Apa were both seen walking to catch their plane out of Vancouver International Airport on Saturday (August 11) in Vancouver, Canada.
They were joined by Lili Reinhart and Vanessa Morgan.
The co-stars, who are in town filming season three, stopped to sign autographs and snap pics with fans who recognized them.
On the plane, KJ ran into Kiss musician Gene Simmons!
"Gene f--king Simmons, KJ captioned the Instagram photo below, while Gene added, "@sophietsimmons am I cool yet? Riverdale’s KJ Apa #ArchieMeetsKISS."
The 2018 Teen Choice Awards will air live from the Forum in LA tomorrow at 8/7c on Fox. Almost everyone from Riverdale is nominated!

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7 de agosto de 2018

The Walt Disney Co. 3rd Quarter Earnings Report: Overall Growth, Short of Estimates

The Walt Disney Company has just released their earnings report for the third fiscal quarter of 2018. This Q3, which ended on June 30th, saw significant growth in diluted earnings per share for the company as well as overall increases in revenues and segment operating income, yet still fell short of Wall Street estimates.
Chairman and CEO Bob Iger said in a statement,
We’re pleased with our results in the quarter, including a double-digit increase in earnings per share, and excited about the opportunities ahead for continued growth. Having earned the overwhelming support of shareholders, we are more enthusiastic about the 21st Century Fox acquisition than ever, and confident in our ability to fully leverage these assets along with our own incredible brands, franchises and businesses to drive significant value across the entire company.
This quarter’s earnings are broken down into the Walt Disney Company’s previous divisions, which were in place before a strategic reorganization in March that divided the company into the Parks, Experiences, and Consumer Products; Direct-to-Consumer and International; Media Networks; and Studio Entertainment divisions. Although already in place, Disney does not expect to begin financial reporting under the new structure until fiscal 2019.

Overall Earnings

Diluted earnings per share jumped a full 29% from last year’s 3rd quarter, from $1.51 to $1.95. Revenues for the company showed a 7% increase from last year, raising from $14.238 billion to $15.228 billion; operating income grew from $4.011 billion to $4.193 billion, a 5% boost.

Comparing the first 9 months of 2018 with the same time period last year, revenues rose 7%, operating income grew 4%, and diluted earnings per share increased a total of 50% over 2017.
  • Media Networks: 5% growth in revenues — 1% loss in operating income.
  • Parks and Resorts: 6% growth in revenues — 15% growth in operating income.
  • Studio Entertainment: 20% growth in revenues — 11% growth in operating income.
  • Consumer Products & Interactive Media: 8% loss in revenues — 10% loss in operating income.

Media Networks

The Media Networks division brought in $6.156 billion in revenues this quarter compared to 2017’s $5.866 billion, a 5% jump from 2017’s Q3. Their revenues for the entire fiscal year to date have increased 3%, from 2017’s $18.045 billion to this year’s $18.537 billion.

Segment operating income for the division’s third quarter fell 1% from last year — $1.842 billion down to $1.842 billion. Income for the first nine months of the year dropped a full 6% from last year’s $5.427 billion, coming in at just $5.097 billion.

The losses in operating income were primarily caused by Disney’s investment in BAMTech and lowered equity in the income of investees. Disney obtained a controlling interest in BAMTech — the digital content platform creator responsible for ESPN+ and Disney’s upcoming streaming service —at the end of fiscal 2017. They explain the loss related to it as ” higher content and marketing costs and ongoing investments in their technology platform including costs associated with ESPN+, which was launched in April 2018.”

Disney cites losses related to Hulu and A+E for its performance in equity of the income of investees, stating, “The decrease at Hulu was driven by higher programming and labor costs, partially offset by growth in subscription and advertising revenue. The decrease at A+E was due to lower advertising revenue and higher programming costs, partially offset by higher program sales.”

Parks and Resorts

Compared to last year’s Q3, Parks and Resorts saw growth of 6% in revenues, from $4.894 billion to $5.193 billion, and 15% in segment operating income, from $1.168 billion to $1.339 billion. The division saw revenues increase from $13.748 billion for the first nine months of 2017 to $15.226 billion this year — 11% growth year-over-year. Segment operating income jumped 20% for the three-quarter period, from $3.028 billion to $3.640 billion.

Disney attributes the boost of domestic parks operating income to increased guest spending — “increases in average ticket prices, food, beverage and merchandise spending and average daily hotel room rates.” — which was somewhat offset by labor costs.

Disney Cruise Line’s growth was due to “higher passenger cruise days,” which is thanks to the Disney Fantasy being in dry-dock during last year’s Q3.

Both Shanghai Disney Resort and Hong Kong Disneyland Resort contributed to international Parks and Resort growth in operating income. Disney saw attendance increase in Shanghai, although they did suffer from guests spending less on average due to lower ticket prices. Hong Kong’s success was based on “higher occupied room nights, average ticket prices and attendance.”

Studio Entertainment

Studio Entertainment saw major increase across the board. Quarterly revenues increased 20% from last year, leaping from $2.393 billion to $2.878 billion — operating income raised from $639 million to $708 million, an 11% jump.

Comparing the first three quarters of the fiscal year, revenue raised 11% and operating income grew 12%. Revenue was $7.836 billion compared to 2017’s $6.947 billion — operating income was $2.384 billion compared to last year’s $2.137 billion.
Success in this division can be explained by comparing the motion picture releases for the third fiscal quarters of both years. 2017 saw the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and Cars 3Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, and the ongoing profits from Beauty and the Beast — 2018 debuted Avengers: Infinity WarIncredibles 2Solo: A Star Wars Story, and still profited from the ongoing success of Black Panther.
Timing of Star Wars films affected DVD/Blu-ray sales, as this year’s title, The Last Jedi, was released in the 2nd quarter, compared to Rogue One‘s 3rd quarter release last year.

Consumer Products & Interactive Media

The least successful division by far, Consumer Products dropped 8% for revenues this quarter over last year, from $1.085 billion to $1.001 billion — revenues saw a decrease of 2% for the first nine months of the year, from $3.618 billion down to $3.528 billion.

Q3 operating income fell from $362 million to $324 million, a 10% loss — it suffered a 6% loss for the first three fiscal quarters, from last year’s $1.371 billion to $1.295 billion.

Disney blamed the loss on “The decrease in income from licensing activities was driven by lower revenue from products based on Spider-Man and Cars, partially offset by an increase from products based on Avengers.”

Announcements and Strategies for the Future

  • When looking forward to the upcoming streaming service that is expected to premiere in fall of 2019, Iger said, “We’re gonna walk before we run with building the content library we intend to build.”
    He added, however that “consumers are picking and choosing” their content and that Disney has a “brand to compete along with Netflix, Amazon and anyone in the market.”
    Iger boasted that “the only place people will be able to get Marvel, Pixar, and Lucasfilm products will be on this channel, so we see no need to rush or implement a high volume content library.”
  • In regards to the Parks and Resorts division, Iger commented that “Toy Story Land and Star Wars will give us more revenue yield in 2019.”
  • When discussing Studio Entertainment, Iger listed the movies scheduled for 2019, and commented that “the studio slate is about as strong as it gets.”
    Movies scheduled include Captain MarvelToy Story 4Aladdin (live action), Dumbo (live action), Frozen 2Star Wars: Episode IXThe Lion King (live action), and The Jungle Cruise.
    Iger also said that “the 2019 studio move slate is clean and unencumbered [by existing licensing deals].”

31 de julio de 2018

Justin Bieber vuelve a la m煤sica con un "descuidado" look

El canadiense colabor贸 en la nueva canci贸n de Dj Khaled y las fan谩ticas quedaron muy decepcionadas por su apariencia
Justin Bieber vuelve a las listas de 茅xitos gracias a una canci贸n llamada "No Brainer", hecha por el productor estadounidense DJ Khaled, y acompa帽ado de los raperos Chance The Rapper y Quavo.
El cantante se ha llevado la atenci贸n por su apariencia en el video, all铆 se ve a Bieber con bigotes, pelo largo cubierto por una gorra y vestido con un simple buzo y una polera. Algo que no agrad贸 mucho a sus fan谩ticas, que lo notan un poco "descuidado".

Con este single, el artista canadiense vuelve a la m煤sica, ya que no ha lanzado ning煤n disco nuevo desde "Purpose" el 2015. A pesar de eso, este 煤ltimo a帽o ha colaborado en distintas canciones con David Guetta, Major Lazer y Luis Fonsi.
Seg煤n el portal de noticias TMZ, 茅l mismo afirm贸 que no sacar谩 m煤sica nueva hasta casarse con su novia Hailey Baldwin, con quien se comprometi贸 hace un par de semanas.
Este look llega a completar los cambios que ha tenido el cantante desde su debut en 2009, desde su ic贸nico peinado hacia el lado, sus cambios en su cuerpo y tambi茅n la acumulaci贸n de tatuajes que luce hoy.

17 de julio de 2018

"Rugrats" Is Returning With a New TV Show and a Movie

"We are thrilled for a whole new audience to meet these iconic characters in brand-new adventures."

OK, try to remain calm, '90s and early 2000s babies, because a beloved childhood cartoon is returning to our screens: Rugrats.

On Monday, Variety reported that Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures would be relaunching Rugrats as both a TV series and a movie, and the original creators (Arlene Klasky, G谩bor Csup贸 and Paul Germain) are on also on board to executive produce. The TV series already has a 26-episode order. And yes, the plan is to bring back the original rugrats we know and love — including Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica, Phil, Lil, and Susie — for both formats, and there are also plans to introduce some brand new characters, too.

In a statement attached to the announcement of the Rugrats revival, Paramount Pictures president Brian Robbins remarked that "now feels like the ideal time to reintroduce this iconic cast of characters to a whole new generation of young fans. Kids who grew up with Tommy Pickles and the Rugrats crew will now be able to share that experience with their own children."

There's no word yet on any plans regarding the plot for the TV series and movie, but fans are already getting excited (and making wish lists for what they want to see). Many have expressed a desire for the show to look like the original hand-animation, rather than a modernized aesthetic. While others have pointed out a timeline wrinkle, since technically the rugrat children were "All Grown Up!" in the spinoff that aired from 2003-2008. "I love the Rugrats but we’ve already seen them grow up to be teenagers... now they’re going to be babies again?" one user mentioned.

Sarah Levy, COO of Viacom Media Networks, told Variety, "Rugrats is hands-down one of the most celebrated cartoons in TV history, and we are thrilled for a whole new audience to meet these iconic characters in brand-new adventures. What was true in 1991 when the original show premiered is still true today: kids are fascinated with the world of babies. We can’t wait for today’s kids to meet Tommy, Chuckie, and pals."

The movie is slated for Nov. 13, 2020, according to Variety; no release date for the TV series has been announced yet.

Source: Teen Vogue

6 de julio de 2018

‘Bug Juice: My Adventures At Camp’ Summer Docuseries Gets Premiere Date On Disney Channel

Disney has set Monday, July 16 for the premiere of its 16-part summer docuseries Bug Juice: My Adventures at CampThe contemporary installment of its late-’90s docuseries Bug Juicewill air Monday-Thursday evenings at 7:30 PM throughout the summer on Disney Channel, and also will be available on the DisneyNOW app and Disney Channel VOD.

The docuseries chronicles the outdoor fun, team activities, new friendships and the experience of being away from home for a new generation of kids at the popular Camp Waziyatah in Waterford, Maine. Producers returned to the series original locale (1998) to film the myriad of fun activities as well as the challenges the campers face, including trying to fit in, being homesick and the ups and downs of friendship. Through it all, viewers see the camper’s resilience and how they each come into their own through a summer of fun.

The original docuseriesBug Juice premiered on February 28, 1998, and ran for three seasons.
Bug Juice: My Adventures at Camp is produced by original series producer Evolution Media (Movie Surfers, Totally in Tune, Totally Hoops). Douglas Ross, Alex Baskin, Tina Gazzero Clapp and Toni Gallagher executive produce.

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Love It Up News: Season 2 Episode 8: CUTE: Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron and Laura Marano Congratulate Zendaya.

How sweet! Last night after Zendaya picked up a Kid’s Choice Award for Favorite TV Star, her fellow nominees, Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron an...