It’s always the unassuming Disney darlings, huh?
We’ve long known Debby Ryan was a funny, funny lady thanks to her roles on TV series like “Jessie” and “The Suite Life on Deck,” but now we know she can kick some major booty. At least in her dreams…
had a dream I was on a mission to retrieve crucial evidence from an enemy operative’s house. I also left with D2: The Mighty Ducks on VHS.
— debby (@TheDebbyRyan) August 17, 2012
Note to subconsciouses everywhere: Don’t mess with this 19-year-old, and if you’re looking to borrow the sequel to everyone’s favorite hockey flick starring Pacey Witter (fine, fine, Joshua Jackson), she might let you borrow it. When she’s finished with it.
With that, we wish you an awesome weekend, Crushers, and very many Tweet Dreams.
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A new season of MTV 2’s “Guy Code” is well underway, and on Tuesday night’s epsiode, which airs at 11pm EST on MTV 2, Young Jeezy shares his idea of a ‘Good Ass Night.’ Think you can keep up with Jeezy’s agenda from sundown to sunrise? Find out.
“‘A Good Ass Night’ for me would start off in maybe 8 to 10 different clubs, some of them would be exotic entertainment, the rest of them would be probably the hoodest clubs in America,” Jeezy admits. What’s next?
“We’re gonna get an assortment of chicks, we’re gonna put them on the party bus and party no the way to the next club,” he adds, noting that there will be plenty of Patron, Ciroc and champagne involved. The party will obviously rage until the early morning hours, when breakfast will simply be topped off with more champagne.
Catch “Guy Code” at 11p.m. on MTV 2.
Thanks to the big reveal of the trailer for “Oz: The Great and Powerful” during its panel at Comic-Con, we now know a little bit more about Sam Raimi’s highly anticipated, secretive prequel. But it’s not all about Oz, because there are three very lovely ladies in the film who play sisters in sorcery.
MTV News was lucky enough to catch up with two of the three witches during their stop in San Diego where we attempted to get some actual details out of them about their characters’ arcs in the film.
“I play a character named Theodora who is also a witch,” explained Mila Kunis. “She has a sister, Evanora, who too is a witch [played by] Rachel Weisz, who is fantastic. So you have Glinda, Theodora and Evanora. One is good, two are not so good. One is really bad.”
Speaking of being bad, we asked Mila if her character turns a certain shade of evil, a shift teased in the trailer, but the actress wouldn’t confirm or deny that particular plot point. “No one said it was my shade of skin,” Mila said coyly. “It was just a shade, maybe of a green tone, not particularly on me. We don’t know these things yet.”
Turning toward the lighter side of things with Theodora’s good sister Glinda, we asked Michelle Williams how much her version of the character will be inspired by the original Good Witch in “The Wizard of Oz.”
“I think I would hope to be inspired by it,” Michelle said. “Our story pre-figures ‘The Wizard of Oz’—that’s who my character turns into. That’s her in her most crystallized perfect form. I thought it was an opportunity to see who she might have been when she was younger, when she was at the precipice of her powers and wasn’t fully realized into the Glinda that we know and love from the classic film.”
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