The Party Never Stops: Diary of a Binge Drinker

The Party Never Stops: Diary of a Binge Drinker is a 2007 television film starring Sara Paxton, Michael Ian Farrell, Alexia Fast, Chelsea Hobbs and Nancy Travis. It was directed by David Wu and written by Matt Dorff. The movie premiered on Lifetime Television. This movie is about a blonde, blue-eyed, "All-American" 18-year-old girl named Jesse Brenner and her experiences as a college freshman. While she moves away to college for her first year, Jesse struggles with drinking and often finds herself giving into the pressures of her peers.

Twelve (2010 film)

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Emma Roberts as Molly Norton. Esti Ginzburg as Sara Ludlow. Billy Magnussen as Claude Kenton. Jeremy Allen White as Charlie. Philip Ettinger as Hunter. Nico Tortorella as Tobias. Ethan Peck as Sean. Chanel Banks as Shelly. Zoë Kravitz as Gabby. Maxx Brawer as Andrew. Jermaine Crawford as Nana. Alexander Flores as Arturo. Dionne Audain as Nana's mother. Liam McMullan as Royal. Damian Young as Hunter's father. Charles Austin Saxton as Mark Rothko. Finn Wittrock as Warren. Erik Per Sullivan as Timmy. Isiah Whitlock as Detective Dumont. Gregg Bello as Detectives Keminski. Ako as Mrs. Fong. Ellen Barkin as Mrs. Brayson. Kiefer Sutherland as the film's narrator.

Celeste and Jesse Forever

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Emma Roberts as Riley Banks. Eric Christian Olsen as Steve Tucker. Ari Graynor as Beth. Chris Messina as Paul. Will McCormack as Skillz. Rich Sommer as Max. Chris D'Elia as Snow White. Rafi Gavron as Rupert Bates. Matthew Del Negro as Nick Moran. Chris Pine as Rory Shenandoah. Janel Parrish as Savannah. Rebecca Dayan as Veronica.

Greetings from Tucson

Sara Paxton as Sarah Tobin. Bobby Chavez as Daniel Tiant. Rebecca Creskoff as Elizabeth Tiant. Julio Oscar Mechoso as Joaquin Tiant. Lupe Ontiveros as Magdalena Tiant. Jacob Vargas as Ernesto Tiant. Brian Scolaro as Larry Janetti. Review by Steve Lutz,, October 15, 2002. Review by Tracy McLoone, September 23, 2002.

Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac

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Emma Roberts as Alice Leeds. Misa Shimizu as Mrs. Hasegawa. Atsuro Watabe as Goro Sukuse. Kylee as Winnie. Reira as Ace's New Girlfriend. Julia Sniegowski as Brianna. Arthur Rempel as Robert Sutton. Haruki Kimura as Bailey Plotkin. Ai Ozaki as Yu Arisa. Ian Moore as Mr. Weir. Karen Kirishima as Risa Arisa. Mirei Kiritani as Yumi. Yukiko Hattori as Yuji's Mother. David Neale as Dr. Pillar. Yui Ozaki as Eri Arisa. Yoriko Kamimura as Ms. Ishibashi. Michelle Take as Mrs. Tarkington.

American Horror Story: Freak Show

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Returning cast members from the previous seasons of the series include: Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Frances Conroy, Denis O'Hare, Emma Roberts, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Jessica Lange, Grace Gummer, Gabourey Sidibe, Danny Huston, Jamie Brewer, and Mare Winningham, along with new cast members Michael Chiklis and Finn Wittrock. Ben Woolf also returned to the series. This is the first season of the series that is not strictly anthological, with Lily Rabe, Naomi Grossman, and John Cromwell (as a younger Dr. Arthur Arden) reprising their roles from the series's second cycle, Asylum.

American Horror Story: Coven

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Returning cast members from the previous seasons of the series include: Sarah Paulson, Taissa Farmiga, Frances Conroy, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Denis O’Hare, Jessica Lange, Jamie Brewer, Alexandra Breckenridge, and Robin Bartlett, along with new cast members Emma Roberts, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Gabourey Sidibe, Alexander Dreymon, Josh Hamilton, Leslie Jordan, Dana Gourrier, and Patti LuPone. Like its predecessors, Coven was met with both positive reviews, and strong ratings, with the premiere episode attracting a series high of 5.54 million viewers, which at the time was the most viewed episode of the series.

Haunted Lighthouse

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Sara Paxton as Ashley. Daveigh Chase as Annabel. Rachel Hunter as Rich Widow Feeney. "Weird Al" Yankovic (cameo) as Waiter. Haunted Lighthouse at the Iwerks Entertainment website.

Ashby (film)

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The film stars Mickey Rourke, Nat Wolff, Emma Roberts, and Sarah Silverman. The film had its world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival on April 19, 2015. The film was released in the United States in a limited release and on video on demand on September 25, 2015, by Paramount Pictures and The Film Arcade. High-school Nerd Ed Wallis (Nat Wolff) enters into a friendship with his neighbor, Ashby (Mickey Rourke), a retired CIA assassin who only has a few months to live. The film is a coming of age/approaching death comedy drama. Ashby initially tells Ed that he is a retired napkin salesman.

List of American Horror Story: Freak Show characters

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Maggie Esmerelda (portrayed by Emma Roberts) is a con artist working with Stanley. She poses as a fortune teller with a crystal ball and infiltrates the freak show. In "Edward Mordrake (Part 2)", while Jimmy and Maggie are hiding due to the curfew, they come across Twisty and his captives and they help them escape. She later tries to placate Stanley by taking Ma Petite to a barn and preparing to drown her, but cannot make herself kill the innocent young woman. Maggie is later revealed to be in a relationship with Jimmy, pressuring him to escape the freak show (and Stanley, though she doesn't mention this) with her.

Nancy Drew

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Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O'Connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Sonia Sotomayor; TV personalities Oprah Winfrey and Barbara Walters; singers Barbra Streisand and Beverly Sills; mystery authors Sara Paretsky and Nancy Pickard; scholar Carolyn Heilbrun; actresses Ellen Barkin and Emma Roberts; former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; former First Lady Laura Bush; and former president of the National Organization for Women Karen DeCrow.


Emma Roberts as Delilah. Kane Ritchotte as Samson. Kelly Nickels as The Bus Driver. "bigLove" at iFilm.

Shark Night

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*List of killer shark films * Sara Paxton as Sara Palski. Dustin Milligan as Nick LaDuca. Chris Carmack as Dennis Crim. Katharine McPhee as Beth Mazza. Joel David Moore as Gordon Guthrie. Donal Logue as Sheriff Greg Sabin. Joshua Leonard as Red. Sinqua Walls as Malik Henry. Alyssa Diaz as Maya Valdez. Chris Zylka as Blake Hammond. Jimmy Lee Jr. as Carl. Damon Lipari as Keith. Christine Quinn as Jess. Kelly Sry as Wonsuk. Tyler Bryan as Kyle.

Palo Alto (short story collection)

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The film adaptation of the book stars its author, James Franco, Emma Roberts, Jack Kilmer, Nat Wolff, Zoe Levin, Claudia Levy, Chris Messina, Keegan Allen, Talia Shire, Don Novello and Val Kilmer. The film is written and directed by Gia Coppola. The 2015 film Yosemite, written and directed by Gabrielle Demeestere and starring James Franco, was based on two stories from this book as well. The 2015 film Memoria, written and directed by Vladimir de Fontenay and Nina Ljeti and again starring Franco, was based in part on this book and in part on Franco's 2013 book, A California Childhood.

Delirium (Oliver novel)

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According to The Hollywood Reporter actress Emma Roberts was cast as Lena Haloway, the main role. In February 2013, Gregg Sulkin was cast as the role of Julian Fineman, one of Lena's love interests, but was changed to be the love interest of her best friend Hana Tate for the show. On February 25, 2013 Daren Kagasoff was cast as Alex Sheathes, the male lead and Lena's love interest. Karyn Usher penned the pilot, with Peter Chernin and Katherine Pope as executive producers. On March 1, 2013, Jeanine Mason was cast as Hana Tate. Fox later declined to pick up the pilot. The pilot episode was picked up by Hulu and was available to stream for a limited time beginning on June 20, 2014.

Kimberly J. Brown

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Brown departed from the Halloweentown franchise in 2006, after producers made the decision to recast Sara Paxton as Marnie in the fourth installment, Return to Halloweentown, a decision Brown expressed confusion and disappointment over. Fans of the franchise were unhappy with Paxton's portrayal of the character and major entertainment outlets, including BuzzFeed and MTV, were critical, with BuzzFeed saying the first three films were the best thing about Halloween while the fourth film was best left ignored and MTV saying fans should act as if the fourth film never happened. Outside of Halloweentown, Brown also starred in another Disney Channel Original Movie, the 2000 film Quints.

The Flight Before Christmas (2008 film)

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Emma Roberts as Wilma, a stoat. Paul Tylak as Prancer, one of Santa's flying forces and the father of Niko. Susan Slott as Oona, the mother of Niko. Olli Jantunen as Niko. Hannu-Pekka Björkman as Julius. Vuokko Hovatta as Wilma. Vesa Vierikko as Musta Susi. Jussi Lampi as Räyskä. Risto Kaskilahti as Rimppa. Minttu Mustakallio as Essie. Dennis Schmidt-Fob as Prancer. Elina Knihtilä as Oona. Happy Christmas! – Performed by Vuokko Hovatta. Flying Forces Rock – Written by Stephen McKeon. The Way to the Stars – Written by Stephen McKeon, performed by Sean Dexter. Official website.

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Bell recorded a theme song featuring his co-star Sara Paxton for the film called "Superhero! Song", which was released on April 8, 2008. In August 2008, he co-starred in the comedy College, which was shot on location in New Orleans. Bell also starred in Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh alongside Josh Peck, which began production in July 2008, and premiered on December 5, 2008. In 2009, his songs "Unbelievable" and "Modern Times", which was featured on a commercial for Twalkin, were released exclusively on MySpace. Bell was also cast in a pilot for a then upcoming CBS comedy series, Fish Tank, stating Bell's involvement is what put the series into production in the first place.

List of American Horror Story: Coven characters

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Veteran cast members include Sarah Paulson, Taissa Farmiga, Jessica Lange, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Denis O'Hare, and Frances Conroy, while Emma Roberts and Kathy Bates made their debuts. Special guest stars who made appearances include Gabourey Sidibe, Angela Bassett, Danny Huston, and Patti LuPone.

Rhinebeck (village), New York

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Emma Roberts, actress. Paul Rudd, actor and co-owner of Samuel's Sweet Shop. Anthony "Fat Tony" Salerno, former head of the Genovese Crime Family, spent most of his time at his 100 acre Rhinebeck horse farm during the 1970s and 1980s, prior to his incarceration. Ramona Singer, of The Real Housewives of New York City. Margaret Suckley, cousin of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Rufus Wainwright, American-Canadian singer-songwriter, born there in 1973. National Register of Historic Places listings in Rhinebeck, New York. Rhinebeck Village Historic District. Nancy Kelly, Rhinebeck's Historic Architecture. Nancy Kelly, A Brief History of Rhinebeck. Edward Smith, History of Rhinebeck.

Donna Rice Hughes

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Sara Paxton played Rice in the 2018 film The Front Runner surrounding the events. Both Rice and Hart have consistently denied that their relationship was sexual and have stated they were just friends. The enormous publicity generated by the Hart scandal resulted in numerous lucrative offers, and while Rice refused most – including one for an interview with Playboy magazine, an ABC movie of the week, book and magazine offers – she did appear in 1987 as the No Excuses jeans girl in commercials and advertisements for No Excuses jeans. She said, "A month after the scandal broke, I tried to go back to work at the pharmaceutical company after a leave of absence.

Lois Duncan

In 1970, she published the historical novel Peggy, chronicling the life of Peggy Shippen, followed by the 1971 children's book Hotel for Dogs, which was later adapted as a 2009 film of the same name starring Emma Roberts. Influenced by her own interest in the supernatural and speculative fiction, Duncan wrote various suspense and horror novels aimed for teenagers. Some of her works have been adapted for the screen, the most infamous example being the 1997 film I Know What You Did Last Summer, adapted from her 1973 novel of the same title.

Halloweentown (film series)

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In the fourth film, Marnie Piper (Sara Paxton) arrives at the Halloweentown University, known to everyone as Witch U. The teachers have been waiting for her arrival to fulfill the prophecy. *

Enter Nowhere

Enter Nowhere (also known as The Haunting of Black Wood) is a 2011 psychological thriller film directed by Jack Heller and starring Scott Eastwood, Sara Paxton and Katherine Waterston. The film was rereleased under the title The Haunting of Black Wood in 2015. Enter Nowhere opens with Jody (Sara Paxton) and her boyfriend Kevin (Christopher Denham) robbing a convenience store. Jody holds a gun to the cashier (Jesse J. Perez) demanding he open the safe. Cryptically, he tells her that he will do so but doesn't believe she can handle what's inside. Clearly not amused, she shoots and kills him.

El Camino Real Charter High School

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Sara Paxton – actress, model. Sam Sarpong – actor, model, TV host; Tommy Hillfiger, Yo Mamma. Mark Saul – actor/musician; Grey's Anatomy, All That, The Social Network. Mark Schulman – drummer. Glen Sobel – drummer, Alice Cooper. Tim Talman – actor. Dave Walsh – former Major League Baseball player; Los Angeles Dodgers. Jim Wolf – Major League Baseball umpire. Randy Wolf – former Major League Baseball pitcher. William Zabka – actor; The Karate Kid. LAUSD board report on charter conversion ( Archive).