2006 in film

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The following is an overview of events in 2006, including the highest-grossing films, award ceremonies and festivals, a list of films released and notable deaths.

Young Artist Award

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Subsequent venues over the years have included the Ambassador Hotel's Coconut Grove, the Globe Theater, the Beverly Garland Hotel and the Sportsmen's Lodge. * Young Artist Awards photographs at LIFE.com Academy Juvenile Award. Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Young Performer. Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor. Young Artist Awards photographs at LIFE.com.

Arielle Kebbel

In 2005, Kebbel signed on for another 20th Century Fox film titled Aquamarine starring Sara Paxton, Emma Roberts and Joanna (JoJo) Levesque. Kebbel portrays the role of the film's villain, Cecilia Banks. The film was released in March 2006, and had some box office success, with earnings of $23 million worldwide. In February 2006, Kebbel was confirmed to be starring alongside Sarah Michelle Gellar and Teresa Palmer in The Grudge 2. The film is a sequel to the 2004 Horror film, The Grudge which was a remake of the original Japanese film.

Mermaids in popular culture

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In 2007, Japanese pop group SMAP recorded a song titled "Mermaid", which was originally intended as a single, but ended up being released as the 7th track of their 2008 Platinum album, Super Modern Artistic Performance. The song was used for Japanese media coverage of select swimming events during the 2008 Summer Olympics. "FT Nesli - Mermaid" sung by Turkish singer Neslihan Evrüz 2008 in English by Burak Yeter from the album Mermaid. Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies features a mermaid in the musical number "Beautiful/The Beauty Underneath". In 2011, Japanese group Aldious released a single, "Mermaid". The PV had one of the girls of the band as a mermaid.

Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film

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. * Young Artist Awards photographs at LIFE.com Academy Juvenile Award. Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Young Performer. Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor. Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actor in a Feature Film. Young Artist Awards photographs at LIFE.com.

List of American films of 2006

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This article lists American films released in 2006.

List of Australian films of 2006

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Aquamarine || Elizabeth Allen || Emma Roberts, Sara Paxton, JoJo || Fantasy, teen ||. At Play || Zak Hilditch || || Short || IMDb. Atonement Tonight || Anny Slater || || Short/Comedy || IMDb. Australian Fable || Luke McDade || || Short/Drama || IMDb. Backflip || Adam Montgomery || || Short/Comedy || IMDb. Baptism || Matthew McCracken || || Short/Drama/Thriller || IMDb. The Barrows || || || ||. The Big Ride || || || ||. Bluebirds of Peace and Destruction || Andrew Leavold || || Short/Horror || IMDb. Body in the Trunk || Jon Dixon || || Short/Comedy || IMDb. The Bouncer || Derek Hobbs || || Comedy/Drama || IMDb. Box || Ann-Marie Denham || || Short/Animation || IMDb.

Mermaiding

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Aquamarine (2006): the title character is a mermaid (Sara Paxton) who is washed ashore after a violent storm. She decides to search for true love on land, and makes two good friends (Joanna "JoJo" Levesque and Emma Roberts) along the way. The film, loosely based on a children's book of the same name by Alice Hoffman, and directed by American director Elizabeth Allen, was filmed in Queensland, Australia. There were three different tails used in the production, including an animatronic model that was operated remotely. At least one of the others was a fully swimmable tail worn by the actress.

Corbin Bleu

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For his role as Chad Danforth, the team captain of the school's basketball team, he was nominated for an NAACP Image Award and a Young Artist Award and Teen Choice Awards in 2007 and 2009 respectively. Bleu lent his voice for the role of Chad Danforth in High School Musical video games, a based on the three films. Bleu's 2008 commercial for Activision's Guitar Hero on Tour: Decades was deemed too sexy to dance. The following year, Bleu played the lead role in the film called Free Style (2009). Opened in theatres in October 2009, the coming of age movie revolved around Cale Bryant, an eighteen-year-old man who tries to find himself by winning the Amateur National Motocross Championships.

List of awards and nominations received by Emma Roberts

The Young Artist Award (originally known as the Youth in Film Award) is an accolade presented by the Young Artist Association, a non-profit organization founded in 1978 to honor excellence of youth performers, and to provide scholarships for young artists who may be physically challenged or financially unstable. Roberts has received one award from ten nominations. The Young Hollywood Awards was an award presented annually which honors the year's biggest achievements in pop music, movies, sports, television, fashion and more, as voted on by teenagers aged 13–19 and young adults. Roberts has received one nomination. *

List of Americans of English descent

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Sara Paxton. Katy Perry – father of English descent; mother of partial English descent. Michelle Phillips. Elvis Presley. Iggy Pop. Romina Power. Tony Rice. Kevin Richardson. James Root – guitarist. Tommy Shaw. Ashlee Simpson – both parents of mostly English descent. Jessica Simpson – both parents of mostly English descent. Slash – rock guitarist. Grace Slick – singer and former model; her mother is a direct descendant of Mayflower passengers. Matt Sorum – drummer. Britney Spears – maternal grandmother of English descent; father mostly of English descent. Jamie Lynn Spears – maternal grandmother of English descent; father mostly of English descent. Izzy Stradlin – rock musician.

List of Scottish Americans

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Sara Paxton, father is of part Scottish ancestry. Nia Peeples, actress and singer. Lou Diamond Phillips, biological father was of mostly Scottish descent. Freddie Prinze Jr., actor, small amount of Scottish ancestry. Margaret Qualley, actress. Amber Rose, Model, Actress, mother is of half Scottish descent. Burt Reynolds, small amount of Scottish ancestry. Rachel Ray, television personality, chef. Jason Ritter, actor, small amount of Scottish ancestry. AnnaSophia Robb, of part Scottish descent. Emma Stone, actress, of part Scottish descent. Emma Roberts, small amount of Scottish ancestry. Julia Roberts, small amount of Scottish ancestry. Sarah Roemer, small amount of Scottish ancestry.

List of Sony Music artists

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Prashant Tamang (India, 2007-2008). Preme. Pretty MuchMuch(band). Prilly Latuconsina (Indonesia). Prince Royce. The Raccoons. Rachel Crow. Randy Newman. Randy Travis. Rage Against The Machine. Raleigh Ritchie. Ram Jam. Real McCoy. Rebecca Ferguson. Red. Redbone. RedFaces. Rednex. Reigan Derry (Australia). Ricardo Arjona (Guatemala). Rick Astley. Ricky Martin (Puerto Rico). Rick Ross. Rick Springfield. Rihanna (Barbados). Rhydian Roberts. Robert Goulet. Robertinho do Recife. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. RPM. Rita Ora (Asia). Ruby Gloom (Japan). Ruel (Australia). RUFUS (Australia). Saara Aalto (Finland). Sade. Saiful (Malaysia). Samantha Fox. Samantha Jade (Australia). Santana. Sara Paxton.

List of American film actresses

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JoJo born December 20, 1990. Angelina Jolie born June 4, 1975. Anissa Jones 1958–1976. Carolyn Jones 1930–1983. Cherry Jones born November 21, 1956. Janet Jones born January 10, 1961. January Jones born January 5, 1978. Jasmine Cephas Jones born July 21, 1989. Jennifer Jones 1919–2009. Jill Marie Jones born January 4, 1975. Marcia Mae Jones 1924–2007. Rashida Jones born February 25, 1976. Shirley Jones born March 31, 1934. Tamala Jones born November 12, 1974. Dorothy Jordan 1906–1988. Milla Jovovich born December 17, 1975. Elaine Joyce born December 19, 1945. Ella Joyce born June 12, 1954. Ashley Judd born April 19, 1968. Victoria Justice born February 19, 1993.

Chie Nakamura

Aquamarine – Clare (Emma Roberts). Autumn in My Heart – Shin Yoo-mi (Han Na-na). Bear in the Big Blue House – Shadow (Tara Mooney). Black & White: The Dawn of Justice – Lan Hsi-Ying (Janine Chang). Bride Wars – Emma Allen (Anne Hathaway). Camp Rock – Tess (Meaghan Jette Martin). The Cloverfield Paradox – Ava Hamilton (Gugu Mbatha-Raw). Cold Case – Elissa (Marisol Nicholls). Day of the Dead – Corporal Sarah Cross/Bowman (Mena Suvari). Deep Blue Sea – Bird (Mary Kay Bergman (voice)/Frank Welker (song)) (Software Edition). Flying Swords of Dragon Gate – Zhang Xiao Wen (Gwei Lun-mei). Goodbye Christopher Robin – Olive / Nou (Kelly Macdonald).

List of American former child actors

List of former child actors from the United States
Joanna "JoJo" Levesque (born 1990). Emmanuel Lewis (born 1971). Juliette Lewis (born 1973). Jennifer Lien (born 1974). Morgan Lily (born 2000). Amy Linker (born 1966). Cody Linley (born 1989). Alex D. Linz (born 1989). Jonathan Lipnicki (born 1990). Peyton List (born 1998). Blake Lively (born 1987). Danny Lloyd (born 1973). Eric Lloyd (born 1986). Jake Lloyd (born 1989). Spencer Locke (born 1991). Emma Lockhart (born 1994). Cirroc Lofton (born 1978). Lindsay Lohan (born 1986). Carole Lombard (1908–1942). Mike Lookinland (born 1960). Mario Lopez (born 1973). Lisa Loring (born 1958). Mary Lou (born 1992). Lori Loughlin (born 1964). Demi Lovato (born 1992). Chad Lowe (born 1968).

RV (film)

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RV (also known as Runaway Vacation) is a 2006 family road comedy film directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, produced by Lucy Fisher and Douglas Wick, written by Geoff Rodkey, and starring Robin Williams, Cheryl Hines, Joanna Levesque, Josh Hutcherson, Kristin Chenoweth, and Jeff Daniels. Bob Munro and his dysfunctional family rent an RV for a road trip to the Colorado Rockies, where they ultimately have to contend with a bizarre community of campers. It was released on April 28, 2006, in North America, and was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on August 15, 2006.

Unfabulous

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On September 27, 2005, shortly after the premiere of the show's second season, Columbia Records and Nick Records released the album Unfabulous and More, which serves as both the show's soundtrack and as Emma Roberts' debut album.

Darcy's Wild Life

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Kayla Perlmutter – Chloe McKenna. 2006 – Nominated Daytime Emmy Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series – Sara Paxton. 2006 – Nominated Young Artist Award Best Young Ensemble Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama). 2005 – Nominated Young Artist Award Best Family Television Series (Comedy). 2005 – Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Leading Young Actress – Sara Paxton. 1) "Darcy's Wild Life" – October 2, 2004. 2) "Strange Critters" – October 9, 2004. 3) "A Chick Thing" – October 16, 2004. 4) "Darcy's Mild Life" – October 23, 2004. 5) "Buffalo Gals" – November 6, 2004. 6) "Baron Von Chimpie"

Freddie Highmore

The following year, he co-starred alongside Emma Roberts in the romantic comedy-drama The Art of Getting By (2011). In 2013, Highmore voiced the title character in the animated adventure film Justin and the Knights of Valour. From 2013 to 2017, he portrayed the iconic role of Norman Bates, alongside Vera Farmiga as his mother Norma, in the A&E drama-thriller series Bates Motel, a prequel to the Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho that restarts the storyline in the present day.

Hannah Montana

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The first season of Hannah Montana commenced airing on March 24, 2006 and concluded on March 30, 2007 after broadcasting 26 episodes. An additional episode, titled "That's So Suite Life of Hannah Montana", served as a crossover episode with That's So Raven and The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, and was broadcast on July 28, 2006. The second season had 29 episodes, and aired from April 23, 2007 until October 12, 2008. An additional episode, titled "No Sugar, Sugar", was filmed but was not broadcast in the United States after parental complaints alleged that the episode provided inaccurate information regarding diabetes.

Drake & Josh

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Canal 5 Mexico (2007-present).

Alex Pettyfer

Pettyfer was nominated for a Young Artist Award and an Empire Award for his role. He has been seen as a model in several advertising campaigns for Burberry and has starred in a number of other films, including I Am Number Four, Beastly, and Magic Mike. He starred as Brody in the Netflix science fiction miniseries The I-Land. Pettyfer was born in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England, the son of Lee Robinson (married names Pettyfer, Ireland and Young), an actress and Richard Pettyfer, an actor. Both parents met while performing in London's West End in West Side Story, Cats and Miss Saigon.

The High Road (album)

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"Anything" was then released as the album's third and final single on March 20, 2007. The single was the second official single from The High Road in European countries and was released in the United Kingdom on May 7, 2007; it began gaining airplay there on March 24, 2007, eventually debuting on BBC Radio 1's playlist under the B-list section. JoJo was in the United Kingdom during the first two weeks of May to promote the single; she performed at London's G-A-Y on May 12, and appeared on GMTV on May 8 as part of a series of radio and television interviews. "Anything" remained in the top 40 of the UK Singles Chart for three weeks.