The Game (American TV series)

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Joanna "JoJo" Levesque. Lil' Kim. Lil' Romeo. Nia Long. Jennifer Lopez. Eva Marcille. Shawn Marion. Penny Marshall. Duane Martin. Darius McCrary. Willie McGinest. Lonette McKee. Daryl Mitchell. Kel Mitchell. Mo'Nique. Tahj Mowry. Bria Murphy. Musiq. Navid Negahban. Elimu Nelson. Chad Ochocinco. Keke Palmer. Hayden Panettiere. Carl Anthony Payne II. Mario Van Peebles. Shaun Phillips. Eyal Podell. Kyla Pratt. The Pussycat Dolls. Raven-Symone. Jerry Rice. Emma Roberts. Charlie Robinson. Jalen Rose. Kelly Rowland. Ephraim Salaam. Drew Sidora. Jessica Simpson. John Singleton. Kenny Smith. Tasha Smith. Soulja Boy. Joss Stone. Keith Sweat. Nick Swisher. Kenan Thompson. Ashley Tisdale. Too Short.

List of American films of 2007

I Know Who Killed Me won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture. * List of 2007 box office number-one films in the United States 2007 in American television. 2007 in the United States. List of 2007 box office number-one films in the United States.

Teen idol

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Another similar corporation, Nickelodeon, began developing its own slate of stars for its television shows in 2004, including Drake Bell, Josh Peck, Emma Roberts, Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Kress, Jamie Lynn Spears (sister of Britney Spears), Ariana Grande, Victoria Justice, and groups The Naked Brothers Band and Big Time Rush, many of whom have not only starred in TV shows, but recorded songs as well. Of note is that many of the modern-day teen idols are females marketed as "role-models" to teen and tween girls, a departure from the traditional role of the male teen idol marketed as the idolized teen "heart-throb".

JoJo (album)

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JoJo is the debut studio album by American singer JoJo. It was released on June 22, 2004, by Da Family Entertainment, Blackground Records, and Universal Records. Incorporating pop and R&B, JoJo was influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Brown, and Aretha Franklin, amongst other of JoJo's idols. A special edition of the album featuring three bonus tracks, was released simultaneously alongside the 14-track standard edition, which was only made available in some European and Oceanian countries. JoJo co-wrote three out of the 17 tracks on the album.

Unfabulous and More

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Emma Roberts' official music site (including audio and music video streams). Emma Roberts' Unfabulous: The Soundtrack clip (with demo version of "I Wanna Be" and alternate album track listing).

Leave (Get Out)

JoJo – vocals. Soulshock & Karlin – production, arrangements, all instruments. Soulshock – mixing. Eric Jackson – guitar. Sean Hurley – guitar. James Cruz – mastering.

Wild Child (film)

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Wild Child is a 2008 teen comedy film directed by Nick Moore and starring Emma Roberts, Alex Pettyfer, Georgia King, Kimberley Nixon, Juno Temple, Linzey Cocker, Sophie Wu, Aidan Quinn and Natasha Richardson. Poppy Moore, an affluent Malibu teenager, executes a wild prank to ruin all of her father's girlfriend's belongings in front of her friends, telling everyone to throw away whatever they want and take it for themselves. When her father Gerry arrives on the scene, he announces that he is sending her to a boarding school in England. Arriving at the school, Abbey Mount, Poppy meets the headmistress Mrs.

Too Little Too Late

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This is because from 2007, the United Kingdom changed charting rules and downloaded singles can enter the UK Singles Chart at any time. When the song was released to physical CD, it peaked at number four, becoming JoJo's second top five and third top 10 single in the United Kingdom. Joey Guerra of the Houston Chronicle believes "Too Little Too Late" is one of the songs that " made [JoJo] a star" due to its success. Considered to be her "big break" into the music industry, the song is credited with launching Cunningham's songwriting career.

Superhero Movie

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Sara Paxton performing the song heard during the credits, titled "I Need A Hero", which she also wrote with Michael Jay and Johnny Pedersen. Star of the film Drake Bell composed (along with Michael Corcoran) and recorded a song for the movie entitled "Superhero! Song" during the movie's post-production. Co-star Sara Paxton provided backup vocals for the song. This song can be heard in the credits of the movie, however it is credited as being titled "Superbounce". It originally appeared on Bell's MySpace Music page. It was released in iTunes Store as a digital downloadable single on April 8, 2008.

Nancy Drew (2007 film)

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Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards. 2008 – Favorite Movie Star for Emma Roberts. 2007 – Favorite Movie. Teen Choice Awards. 2007 – Choice Movie Actress: Comedy for Emma Roberts. 2007 – Choice Movie: Breakout Female for Emma Roberts. Young Artist Awards. 2007 – Best Family Feature Film (Comedy or Drama). 2007 – Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress for Emma Roberts. 2007 – Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast for Emma Roberts, Josh Flitter, Amy Bruckner and Kay Panabaker.

Baby It's You (JoJo song)

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"Baby It's You" is a song by American recording artist JoJo, featuring American rapper Bow Wow. Written by Harvey Mason, Jr., Damon Thomas, Eric Dawkins and Antonio Dixon, and produced by The Underdogs, the song was released in September 2004 as the second single from JoJo's self-titled debut album. It reached number 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number eight on the UK Singles Chart. JoJo performed the song on All That in 2005. The single version (which can also be found on the UK and Japanese pressings of the JoJo album) features Bow Wow. In 2005, actress Alyson Stoner recorded a cover of "Baby It's You".

Return to Halloweentown

The DVD was released on August 28, 2007. 18-year-old Marnie (Sara Paxton) decides to forego her original college plans and attend Witch University in Halloweentown. Marnie is offered a full scholarship for her good deeds and for her work in the previous years. Much to her mother Gwen's (Judith Hoag) dismay, Marnie goes, and her brother Dylan (Joey Zimmerman) is reluctantly forced along by Gwen to keep an eye on her. The school is not what it seems, as witches and warlocks cannot use magic; instead they learn about Shakespeare and old magic history. Marnie had thought she would learn how to use her magic and is now crestfallen.

Mad Love (JoJo album)

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It became JoJo's first charting single in the UK since 2007's "Anything" peaking at number one-hundred and four on the singles chart and number eighteen on the UK R&B Singles Chart. "Mad Love", "FAB." featuring Remy Ma and "Music" all served as promotional singles leading up to the album's release. Upon its release, the album received generally favorable reviews from music critics, some noting that the album became JoJo's "bold coming-of-age statement" that helped cement her maturity and vocal growth since her previous album.

Agápē (mixtape)

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JoJo did a four song acoustic set list on the "Rap-UpTV Sessions" through Rap-Up.com where she performed "Andre", "Demonstrate", "Marvin's Room" and "Like That", a cut from her 2006 sophomore album The High Road. Due to popular demand JoJo is set to release the full extended version of "Thinking Out Loud". JoJo's reasons for not releasing the whole song on the mixtape is because she gets very self-conscious of her work, and wasn't sure whether she was going to release it or not. JoJo also scheduled several music video for songs from the mixtape including "Andre", "Thinking Out Loud" and "Can't Handle the Truth".

Scream 4

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The film stars an ensemble cast, which includes David Arquette, Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, Anthony Anderson, Alison Brie, Adam Brody, Rory Culkin, Marielle Jaffe, Erik Knudsen, Mary McDonnell, Marley Shelton and Nico Tortorella. The film takes place on the fifteenth anniversary of the original Woodsboro murders and involves Sidney Prescott returning to the town after ten years, as part of her book tour. As soon as she arrives, Ghostface once again begins killing students from Woodsboro High, relying on the rules of remakes.

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Sara Paxton revealed that she only auditioned for the film as an acting exercise and was not expecting to obtain the role. In an interview, Paxton stated, "In the audition, Dennis was like, 'So how’s your swimming ability?' And I was like, 'I played a mermaid. I’m an amazing swimmer. You have no idea. I’m great.' And they were like, 'Oh wow, she’s a great… Hey, she’s a good swimmer.' Then I actually got on set and I just remember submerging under water and hearing, 'Cut! Oh my God, she is drowning! She is drowning right now. Somebody get her some floaties, something!' I guess I wasn’t that good. I was more talk."

The Art of Getting By

The Art of Getting By is a 2011 American romantic comedy-drama film starring Freddie Highmore, Emma Roberts, Michael Angarano, Elizabeth Reaser, Sam Robards, Rita Wilson and Blair Underwood. It is the first feature by writer-director Gavin Wiesen. The film premiered under the title Homework at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. George (Freddie Highmore) is a loner high school student with a penchant for drawing and skipping class. He has a nihilistic view of the world which is why he never does homework and skips school frequently. His academic delinquency puts him on academic probation. One day while on the school roof he encounters another classmate, Sally (Emma Roberts), smoking.

We're the Millers

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Thurber and starring Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, Will Poulter, Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn, Molly Quinn, and Ed Helms. The film's screenplay was written by Bob Fisher, Steve Faber, Sean Anders, and John Morris, based on a story by Fisher and Faber. The plot follows a small-time pot dealer (Sudeikis) who convinces his neighbors to help him by pretending to be his family, in order to smuggle drugs from Mexico into the United States. The film was released on August 7, 2013 by New Line Cinema through Warner Bros. Pictures.

Hotel for Dogs (film)

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She also said of her co-star Emma Roberts that "Emma is so much fun to be around and she's hilarious. Emma's great because I wasn't sure how everything was going to be, because I was older than the other actors in the movie". Don Cheadle as Bernie Wilkins, a sympathetic social worker who tries his best to find a home for Andi and Bruce and to prevent them from being placed with separate foster families. Later, he becomes Andi and Bruce's adoptive father at the end. Cheadle joined the cast in September 2007. He described the film as "an opportunity to do a film that my kids can see" and praised both Emma Roberts and Jake T. Austin as being "really professional.

Can't Take That Away from Me

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Following the release of "Anything"—the final single from her second album The High Road—in late 2007, JoJo stated that she had been writing and working with producers for her third studio album, but would not go into the studio until early 2008. In mid-2008, JoJo revealed that the album, previously titled All I Want Is Everything, was scheduled for a fourth quarter release that year, to coincide with her eighteenth birthday in December. However, the album's release was delayed due to issues with her record label, Da Family Entertainment, which had encountered financial difficulties. Eventually, JoJo decided to sue the label in order to be released from her contract.

The Innkeepers (film)

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The Innkeepers is a 2011 American supernatural horror film written, directed and edited by Ti West, starring Sara Paxton, Pat Healy, and Kelly McGillis. Its plot follows two employees at the Yankee Pedlar Inn who, during its last weekend of operations, attempt to document the alleged supernatural activity in the building. Claire (Sara Paxton) and Luke (Pat Healy) are two young employees at the Yankee Pedlar Inn, a once-grand hotel that is about to close. Claire and Luke are the only employees working during its final weekend of operation. Claire, who suffers from severe asthma, has recently dropped out of college, and Luke runs a website chronicling the hotel's supposed hauntings.

Palo Alto (2013 film)

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The film stars Franco alongside Emma Roberts, Jack Kilmer, Nat Wolff and Zoe Levin. Teddy (Jack Kilmer) and his best friend Fred (Nat Wolff), are two stoner teenagers. April (Emma Roberts) is at soccer practice when her friends laugh about their coach Mr. B (James Franco) having a crush on April. Mr. B asks April if she can babysit his son Michael and he then offers her the position of striker. Fred and Teddy walk back to their car talking about what they would do if they got in a drunk driving accident. Teddy says he would drive away even if it was his crush, April. At a party, Teddy invites April to the graveyard with him and Fred. The two hold hands as they run to the graveyard.

Summerland (TV series)

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Sarah Borden (Sara Paxton) is a troubled teen with an addiction to pot, and problems with pathological lying. She becomes Bradin's girlfriend and pressures him into using drugs and having sex. Sarah's parents eventually send her to rehab. Mona (Carmen Electra) is Johnny's partner, who invests in a bar with him and eventually asks him to move in with her. However, in a tragic automobile accident Mona is killed leaving Johnny heartbroken. He changes the name of his bar to "Mona's Sandbar" in memory of Mona who transferred her share of the property to Johnny before she died.

Adult World

The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2013 and stars Emma Roberts, Evan Peters, and John Cusack. The film was released in a limited release and through video on demand on February 14, 2014, by IFC Films. Recent college graduate Amy believes she's destined to be a great poet. Pressed by her parents to earn a living, she takes a job at a small sex shop, Adult World, where she works with the manager, Alex. When her car is stolen, her parents discover that she had canceled the car's theft insurance to afford submission fees for poetry journals, and kick her out. She briefly moves in with a coworker, trans woman Rubia, before finding her own apartment.