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26 Side-By-Sides Of Nickelodeon Stars On The Red Carpet Then Vs. Now

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Where did all the time go…

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Emma Roberts on her first red carpet in 2001:


Steve Granitz / WireImage

Nickelodeon show she starred in: Unfabulous

Emma Roberts on her most recent red carpet in 2021:


Amy Sussman / Getty Images

Emma Roberts then vs. now:


Steve Granitz / WireImage, Amy Sussman / Getty Images

2.

Keke Palmer on her first red carpet in 2005:


Albert L. Ortega / WireImage

Nickelodeon show she starred in: True Jackson V.P.

Keke Palmer on her most recent red carpet in 2022:


Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images for Hoorae

Keke Palmer then vs. now:


Albert L. Ortega / WireImage, Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images for Hoorae

3.

Miranda Cosgrove on her first red carpet in 2004:


Steve Granitz / WireImage

Nickelodeon shows she starred in: Drake & Josh, iCarly

Miranda Cosgrove on her most recent red carpet in 2022:


Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images for Nickelodeon

Miranda Cosgrove then vs. now:


Steve Granitz / WireImage, Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images for Nickelodeon

4.

Ariana Grande on her first red carpet in 2009:


Gregg Deguire / FilmMagic

Nickelodeon shows she starred in: Victorious, Sam & Cat

Ariana Grande on her most recent red carpet in 2022:


Amy Sussman / Getty Images

Ariana Grande then vs. now:


Gregg Deguire / FilmMagic, Amy Sussman / Getty Images

5.

Elizabeth Gillies on her first red carpet in 2010:


Jeffrey Mayer / WireImage

Nickelodeon show she starred in: Victorious

Elizabeth Gillies on her most recent red carpet in 2021:


Bravo / NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

Elizabeth Gillies then vs. now:


Jeffrey Mayer / WireImage, Bravo / NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

6.

Josh Peck on his first red carpet in 2004:


Jeffrey Mayer / WireImage

Nickelodeon shows he starred in: The Amanda Show, Drake and Josh

Josh Peck on his most recent red carpet in 2021:

Josh Peck then vs. now:


Jeffrey Mayer / WireImage, Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic

7.

Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson’s first red carpet in 1997:


Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Nickelodeon shows they starred in: All That, Kenan & Kel

Kel Mitchell on his most recent red carpet in 2020:


Arnold Turner / Getty Images for Netflix

Kenan Thompson on his most recent red carpet in 2021:


Amy Sussman / Getty Images

Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson then vs. now:


Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images, Arnold Turner / Getty Images for Netflix, Amy Sussman / Getty Images

8.

Victoria Justice on her first red carpet in 2005:


Frazer Harrison / Getty Images

Nickelodeon shows she starred in: Zoey 101, Victorious

Victoria Justice on her most recent red carpet in 2022:


Tommaso Boddi / WireImage

Victoria Justice then vs. now:


Frazer Harrison / Getty Images, Tommaso Boddi / WireImage

9.

Alex and Nat Wolff’s first red carpet in 2007:


Lester Cohen / WireImage

Nickelodeon show they starred in: The Naked Brothers Band

Alex Wolff on his most recent red carpet in 2022:


Frederic J. Brown / AFP via Getty Images

Nat Wolff on his most recent red carpet in 2022:


Rodin Eckenroth / WireImage

Alex and Nat Wolff then vs. now:


Lester Cohen / WireImage, Frederic J. Brown / AFP via Getty Images, Rodin Eckenroth / WireImage

10.

Devon Werkheiser on his first red carpet in 2004:


Steve Granitz / WireImage

Nickelodeon show he starred in: Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide

Devon Werkheiser on his most recent red carpet in 2019:


Jim Spellman / Getty Images

Devon Werkheiser then vs. now:


Steve Granitz / WireImage, Jim Spellman / Getty Images

11.

Avan Jogia on his first red carpet in 2008:


Michael Bezjian / WireImage

Nickelodeon show he starred in: Victorious

Avan Jogia on his most recent red carpet in 2020:


Unique Nicole / Getty Images

Avan Jogia then vs. now:


Michael Bezjian / WireImage, Unique Nicole / Getty Images

12.

Jennette McCurdy on her first red carpet in 2008:


Patrick Mcmullan / Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

Nickelodeon shows she starred in: iCarly, Sam & Cat

Jennette McCurdy on her most recent red carpet in 2018:


Tara Ziemba / AFP via Getty Images

Jennette McCurdy then vs. now:


Patrick Mcmullan / Patrick McMullan via Getty Images, Tara Ziemba / AFP via Getty Images

13.

Nathan Kress on his first red carpet in 2009:


Jeffrey Mayer / WireImage

Nickelodeon show he starred in: iCarly

Nathan Kress on his most recent red carpet in 2022:

Nathan Kress then vs. now:


Jeffrey Mayer / WireImage, Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic

14.

Daniella Monet on her first red carpet in 2004:


Jim Spellman / WireImage

Nickelodeon show she starred in: Victorious

Daniella Monet on her most recent red carpet in 2019:


Gregg Deguire / FilmMagic

Daniella Monet then vs. now:


Jim Spellman / WireImage, Gregg Deguire / FilmMagic

15.

Paul Butcher on his first red carpet in 2006:


Steve Granitz / WireImage

Nickelodeon show he starred in: Zoey 101

Paul Butcher on his most recent red carpet in 2019:


Steve Granitz / WireImage

Paul Butcher then vs. now:


Steve Granitz / WireImage

16.

Matt Bennett on his first red carpet in 2010:


Jason Laveris / FilmMagic

Nickelodeon show he starred in: Victorious

Matt Bennett on his most recent red carpet in 2021:


Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images

17.

Matt Bennett then vs. now:


Jason Laveris / FilmMagic, Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images

18.

Leon Thomas III on his first red carpet in 2007:


Jim Spellman / WireImage

Nickelodeon show he starred in: Victorious

Leon Thomas III on his most recent red carpet in 2020:


David Crotty / Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

Leon Thomas III then vs. now:


Jim Spellman / WireImage, David Crotty / Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

19.

Nick Cannon on his first red carpet in 2001:


Steve Granitz / WireImage

Nickelodeon show he starred in: All That

Nick Cannon on his most recent red carpet in 2021:


John Lamparski / Getty Images

Nick Cannon then vs. now:


Steve Granitz / WireImage, John Lamparski / Getty Images

20.

Larisa Oleynik on her first red carpet in 1996:


Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Nickelodeon show she starred in: The Secret World of Alex Mack

Larisa Oleynik on her most recent red carpet in 2019:


Tibrina Hobson / Getty Images

Larisa Oleynik then vs. now:


Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images, Tibrina Hobson / Getty Images

21.

Meagan Good on her first red carpet in 2002:


Robert Mora / Getty Images

Nickelodeon show she starred in: Cousin Skeeter

Meagan Good on her most recent red carpet in 2022:


Amy Sussman / Getty Images for Deadline Hollywood

Meagan Good then vs. now:


Robert Mora / Getty Images, Amy Sussman / Getty Images for Deadline Hollywood

22.

Robert Ri’chard on his first red carpet in 1999:


Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Nickelodeon show he starred inCousin Skeeter

Robert Ri’chard on his most recent red carpet in 2021:


Jamie Mccarthy / Getty Images

Robert Ri’chard then vs. now:


Ron Galella / Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images, Jamie Mccarthy / Getty Images

23.

Melissa Joan Hart’s first red carpet in 1994:


Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic

Nickelodeon show she starred in: Clarissa Explains It All

Melissa Joan Hart’s most recent red carpet in 2022:


Steve Granitz / FilmMagic

Melissa Joan Hart then vs. now:


Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic, Steve Granitz / FilmMagic

24.

Christina Vidal on her first red carpet in 2001:


Steve Granitz / WireImage

Nickelodeon show she starred in: Taina

Christina Vidal’s most recent red carpet in 2020:


Rodin Eckenroth / WireImage


Steve Granitz / WireImage, Rodin Eckenroth / WireImage

25.

Ciara Bravo on her first red carpet in 2009:


Frazer Harrison / Getty Images

Nickelodeon show she starred in: Big Time Rush

Ciara Bravo on her most recent red carpet in 2022:


Jon Kopaloff / Getty Images

Ciara Bravo then vs. now:


Frazer Harrison / Getty Images, Jon Kopaloff / Getty Images

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And finally, Big Time Rush on their first red carpet in 2010:


Jeffrey Mayer / WireImage

Nickelodeon show they starred in: Big Time Rush

Big Time Rush on their most recent red carpet in 2022:


Rich Polk / Getty Images for iHeartRadio

Big Time Rush then vs. now:


Jeffrey Mayer / WireImage, Rich Polk / Getty Images for iHeartRadio

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Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 vs Dhaakad BO day 1: Kartik starrer off to a flying start; Kangana starrer extremely dull

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Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 finally looks to set things in order for the Hindi film industry, which is going through its most horrific year of all, with Bollywood movies flopping left, right and center before the might of South film, so much so that even big-name ones are arriving and disappearing without much awareness. The advance booking of Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 tracked so well that the Kartik Aaryan, Kiara Advani and Tabu starrer has probably brought in the best pre-release numbers ever since COVID-19 first shut theatres, going past the ₹8 crore advance ticket sales of Ranveer Singh’s 83. Also Read – Did Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 star Kartik Aaryan just admit being in a relationship with Sara Ali Khan with his ‘Not everything is promotional’ remark?

Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 vs Dhaakad morning shows tracking

That advance tracking has borne fruit and how, with Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 reporting fantastic occupancy for its morning shows in the range of 35-40% all across India, especially in the core Hindi belt of the B and C centres, where Bollywood has taken a severe beating in recent times. With these territories performing well for the sequel to 2007’s hit Bhool Bhulaiyaa, the film could be in for some brilliant numbers over the first weekend. On the other hand, Kangana Ranaut starrer Dhaakad is dull across the board, with hardly anybody turning up for the morning shows anywhere. Also Read – What to watch on OTT this weekend: RRR, Panchayat 2 and more movies and web series that you can binge-watch

Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 box office collection pre-release

So, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 looks to finally set Bollywood back on track and bring back some much-needed cheer to Hindi cinema after ages. As per our trade sources, the Kartik Aaryan and Kiara Advani starrer, which also sees Tabu, Rajpal Yadav and Sanjay Mishra in key supporting roles, already collected about ₹1 crore nett for day 1 and about a total of ₹4 crore nett for its first weekend. Apparently, about 1 lakh ticket were already sold across the entire Hindi belt before the first show hit the big screen. Also Read – Johnny Depp-Amber Heard Case: Here’s what you need to know about Elon Musk and the Aquaman actress’ affair [VIEW PICS]

Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 vs Dhaakad box office prediction day 1

Coming to the opening day collection, the Anees Bazmee directorial is set to surpass all expectation and rake in about ₹15 crore nett on day 1, well ahead of Gangubai Kathiawadi’s a ₹10.50 crore nett, which was the opening record for Bollywood post lockdown. Even in pre-pandemic times, this would have been regarded as a fantastic opening for a mid-sized film in the horror comedy genre. Whereas, Dhaakad, starring Kangana Ranaut, Divya Dutta, Arjun Rampal and Saswata Chatterjee, will be lucky to even go above a paltry collection of ₹1 crore nett on day 1.

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Anne Hathaway Is Our Forever Princess at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival – E! Online

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No, you’re not in Genovia.

But Anne Hathaway looked like a princess while walking the red carpet at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival in France on May 19. The actress, 39, arrived at the Palace (we’re talking the Palais des Festivals here) for the screening of her new movie Armageddon Time—and we can’t help but think Queen Clarisse Renaldi would love her look.

The Princess Diaries star wore a custom, white Giorgio Armani Privé gown, complete with a train and oversized bow, as well as a sapphire necklace from Bulgari (for which Hathaway serves as a brand ambassador). According to the fine jewelry company, the piece features “107,15 dazzling carats of royal blue cushion cut sapphire from Sri Lanka.” The Oscar winner was joined on the red carpet by her husband Adam Shulman, who wore a Giorgio Armani tuxedo.

Focus Features describes Armageddon Time as “a deeply personal coming-of-age story about the strength of family and the generational pursuit of the American Dream.” In addition to Hathaway, the movie includes Anthony Hopkins, Jeremy StrongBanks RepetaJaylin Webb and Ryan Sell.

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Aryabhatta, Sundar Pichai have bigger fans than stars and actors put together, says R Madhavan

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On Thursday, actor R Madhavan stated that Indian cinema has largely ignored stories about science and technology and its many pioneers, such as legendary mathematician Aryabhatta and Google CEO Sundar Pichai.

Madhavan was speaking at the India Forum in Cannes alongside Union minister Anurag Thakur, filmmaker Shekhar Kapur, lyricist and CBFC chairman Prasoon Joshi, and American journalist Scott Roxborough, whose directorial debut Rocketry: The Nambi Effect had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Market on Thursday.

“From Aryabhatta to Sundar Pichai, we have such extraordinary stories as far as science and technology is concerned. We are not making movies about these people. These people are the aspirations for the youngsters around the world. They have bigger fans than stars and actors put together,” A news agency quoted Madhavan as saying.


“I’ve met these guys from Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh who started a new Metaverse and are into web 3.0… We’re not making movies about such success stories… There’s one aspect of India that is so aspirational today, that we as filmmakers or people talking about India, are completely ignoring and that is the excellence in science and technology,” Madhavan continued.

Citing Hollywood filmmaker Christopher Nolan, known for his acclaimed science-fiction films Inception, Interstellar, and Tenet, the 51-year-old actor-director stated, “When Christopher Nolan makes a film called ‘Inception’ or ‘Interstellar’, the reviewers go there afraid that they hope they get what he’s trying to say because they don’t want to give the review and sound like an idiot. Because they didn’t get it, they know that it’s a scientist who’s making a movie. That’s how qualified he is.”

R Madhavan

“I still haven’t understood ‘Inception’ till now but I have all the respect for the guy because he has that much knowledge about science. And he’s absolutely unconcerned about the fact that the audience may or may not get it,” he proceeded.

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