Liz posted some pictures from a new gorgeous photoshoot she did with her friend Kristin McNamara on her tumblr. I added 9 large pictures to the gallery, check them out below:
Photoshoots > Photoshoot #007
Movie & TV > 2013 > Sam & Cat > On Set
I added some more stills of the Victorious pilot, that was filmed almost five years ago, in February 2009. Time flies!
Movie & TV > Victorious > Season One > Stills > 1x01 Pilot
Stay tuned to this post for more videos and also pictures that are probably about to come later today:
Original Song #1
It Won't Stop (Original Song)
Landslide (Fleetwood Mac Cover)
Wrecking Ball (Miley Cyrus Cover)
Give It Up
What's Up (4 Non Blondes Cover)
Take It Easy On Me (Original Song)
Music > Concerts > October 9th, 2013 - Live Show At Genghis Cohen, Los Angeles
Darren Stein, writer and director of Jawbreaker, recently talked to Tribeca Film about turning his hit movie into a musical and revealed some more details:
Last week in New York City, in a small dance studio near Union Square, we were invited to attend the very first preview performance of Jawbreaker: The Musical, an adaptation of the 1999 cult film starring Rose McGowan, Rebecca Gayheart, and Judy Greer as high-schoolers caught up in the merciless throes of high school social politics and the accidental (or was it?) death of their friend.
The writer/director of the film is Darren Stein, and it's Stein who is writing the book for its musical adaptation. This new musical features a talented cast (Liz Gillies, pop star Jojo, American Idol alum Diana DeGarmo) and an impressive array of pop-influenced show tunes. Moreover, it's one more creative outlet now available for directors whose cult films are crying out for a second life.
Tribeca: So this is a lengthy process, translating a film to a musical. What is the next step for you?
DS: The next step is putting this on the stage as a production.
Tribeca: Are you looking to start in L.A. or somewhere else, or is the goal to be on the New York stage?
DS: The goal is eventually New York. It would be nice to do this at a prestigious regional theatre with an audience that would embrace it. We really want to make this musical that will appeal to all audiences, not just teenagers and twentysomethings. So we’re hoping to find a theatre, work out the kinks, discover the style and look of the show, and then hopefully bring it to New York.
Tribeca: What is the timetable on this?
DS: I think we went to get production up and running in about two to three months – soon. Talent like Jojo and Liz Gillies and Diana [DeGarmo] -- I want to get them while they’re invested in it, because someone else will get them.
You can read the full interview here!