Demi Lovato at the ALMA Awards

Here’s Demi Lovato at the 2011 ALMA awards in California on Saturday the 10th of September. Demi received the award for Favorite TV Actress for her role as Sonny on the Disney Channel Original Series “Sonny With A Chance.”

We are so happy for Demi to still be winning awards for her old TV show and really can’t wait to see what she does next!

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Track Listing For Joe Jonas’s “FastLife”

Joe Jonas releases his new album on 11th of October and here is the track listing for this hotly anticipated movie!

1. All This Time
2. Just In Love
3. See No More
4. Love Slayer
5. Fastlife
6. Make You Mine
7. Sorry
8. Kleptomaniac
9. Not Right Now
10. Take It and Run
11. Lighthouse

Will you be picking up a copy of the Album when it drops?

No word on when it will be released in the UK but we will keep you updated!

Silver Lining for “The Lone Ranger”?

Who is that masked man? And is he worth $250m? That’s the big question in Hollywood this week, as the top dogs at Disney meet to work out whether to proceed with a high-profile reboot of The Lone Ranger.

Work on the movie, which is to star Johnny Depp, was abruptly suspended last month amid growing concerns that its cost was soaring out of control. Reuters says that a decision on whether to kill it off or proceed with a dramatically reduced budget is expected in the coming days.

The verdict will have implications that will be felt across the film industry. Production on The Lone Ranger would have created several hundred jobs – 60 people were already building the set in New Mexico – and Disney’s sudden effort to rein in spending reflects a broader anxiety over the ballooning costs of blockbusters.

Cinema attendance fell to near-record lows in the US this summer, continuing a long-term trend. Although box-office revenues remained flat, thanks to increased ticket-prices, several “tentpole” productions with budgets north of $200m failed to turn a profit. Studios have duly grown increasingly cost-conscious, and wary of big gambles.

Sources at Disney say it remains committed – in principle – to The Lone Ranger, a reworking of the 1950s TV series, in which Armie Hammer – last seen as the Winklevoss twins in The Social Network – was to play the title role and Depp his sidekick, Tonto. But they will give the production the green light only if overheads can be reduced to around $200m (£125m), from their current projected level of $250m.

The film’s producer, Jerry Bruckheimer, and director Gore Verbinski spent the weekend in talks with the studio. The trade press reported that they had agreed to lower their salaries and eliminate several expensive computer-generated scenes.

Overshadowing the talks is Disney’s wish not to tarnish its relations with Depp, one of the most sought-after men in Hollywood and a central figure in its lucrative Pirates of the Carribbean franchise. He also starred in Alice in Wonderland, one of its most successful films of 2010.

He last week offered the Los Angeles Times a somewhat cryptic comment on The Lone Ranger’s prospects: “I think everything will work out as it should.”

 Thanks to The Independent

Vanessa Hudgens Debuts a New Hair-Do

After styling her short hairdo, Vanessa Hudgens has clearly missed her long locks. Seen yesterday at the US Open, Vanessa debuted her new look.

The beanie hat makes it difficult to tell if she has extensions or whether this is just a clip in hair piece but extensions are more likely.

What do you guys think of Vanessa’s new do?