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Dave Bautista talks about his special bond with Chloe Coleman

Dave Bautista talks about his special bond with Chloe Coleman
Actor-wrestler Dave Bautista has formed a special bond with child actress Chloe Coleman. He says she is a bright light and he is in awe of her. Bautista worked with Coleman in the action-comedy "My Spy".

"Chloe is special in so many ways, she is a bright light, and I'm in awe of her. She really loves acting and it comes across in so many ways. You can't learn what she does; it's instinctual," Bautista said.

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"My Spy" is about a hardened CIA operative and his unlikely 9-year-old sidekick. It is directed by Peter Segal, and also stars Ken Jeong, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Nikki Hahn, and Devere Rogers.

In the film, Bautista is a hardened CIA operative, who is demoted following a botched operation. He is given a last chance to keep his job with a mission to go undercover and surveil a family.
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Dave Bautista's 'My Spy' gets India release date

Actor-wrestler Dave Bautista's action-comedy film "My Spy" will release in India on January 10 next year.

The film is being brought to India by PVR Pictures.

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The story is about a hardened CIA operative and his unlikely 9-year-old sidekick. Directed by Peter Segal, the movie pairs Bautista with child actress Chloe Coleman in a story where the former teaches the latter how to become a spy.

The movie also stars Ken Jeong, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Nikki Hahn, and Devere Rogers.

In the film, Bautista is a hardened CIA operative, who is demoted following a botched operation. He is given a last chance to keep his job with a mission to go undercover and surveil a family. But their daughter (Coleman) blows his cover by discovering the hidden cameras. She then asks him to teach her how to be a spy.
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My Spy Trailer Teams Dave Bautista and a Little Kid for a Secret Mission

My Spy Trailer Teams Dave Bautista and a Little Kid for a Secret Mission
Dave Bautista will soon star in the upcoming action comedy movie My Spy, and the first trailer and official poster have been released. As the trailer shows, the movie seems to have more heart and humor than most action movies starring Bautista typically would. From Peter Segal, the director of Get Smart, the movie pairs Bautista with child actress Chloe Coleman in a story where the former teaches the latter how to become a spy. While we've seen Bautista excel in action movies before, what gives My Spy an edge is its wit and charm, both of which are put on display in the new movie trailer.

In My Spy, Dave Bautista plays Jj, a "hardened CIA operative" who is demoted following a botched operation. His next assignment is to go undercover to surveil the family of 9-year-old Sophie (Coleman), which is something Jj is not exactly thrilled about. Sophie
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Exclusive Interview: Sofia Carson on Disney’s Adventures in Babysitting

Cassam Looch interviews the American singer and actress Sofia Carson for her role in the 2016 Adventures in Babysitting, in which she stars alongside Sabrina Carpenter, Nikki Hahn, Mallory James Mahoney, Max Gecowets, Jet Jurgensmeyer, Madison Horcher, and Kevin Quinn. The remake of the 1987 film is directed by John Schultz. Sofia Carson is also […]

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Has Disney Channel's Adventures in Babysitting Cast Even Seen the Original?

When you're remaking a movie, there's always a hesitation about referring to the source material for fear it might influence your own performance too much. For the young cast of Disney Channel's remake of Adventures in Babysitting, there was an even greater question at hand: Had any of them ever even heard of the '80s classic? There's no denying that the cast members, whose ages range between 14 to 23, weren't even alive when the Elizabeth Shue-starring film was released in 1987 and, as they tell it, most of them hadn't seen a second of footage until they earned their part in the remake. E! News caught up with stars Sabrina Carpenter, Sofia Carson, Max Gecowets, Nikki Hahn, and Kevin Quinn...
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Disney Channel Adventures In Babysitting Airs June 24th, on DVD June 28th

The 100th Disney Channel Original Movie, Adventures In Babysitting starring popular actresses and recording artists Sabrina Carpenter (“Girl Meets World”) and Sofia Carson (“Descendants”), premieres Friday, June 24 (8:00 p.m. Edt) on Disney Channel. The re-imagined tale of the popular 1980s film of the same name will be available one week in advance, Friday, June 17, to verified users on the Disney Channel app and via VOD. The premiere of “Adventures in Babysitting” will be ushered in by the “100th Dcom Celebration,” a nostalgic programming event across Disney Channel, the Disney Channel App and VOD featuring every Dcom ever made.

The “Adventures in Babysitting” premiere telecast is sponsored by Post Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles. It will be followed by the premiere of Disney Channel’s new comedy series “Bizaardvark.”

In a heartfelt story that celebrates individuality, friendship and self-empowerment, the live-action adventure comedy made for kids, tweens and families, pays
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Adventures in Babysitting Remake Coming to Disney Channel: Watch Sabrina Carpenter and Sofia Carson in Action

Adventures in Babysitting Remake Coming to Disney Channel: Watch Sabrina Carpenter and Sofia Carson in Action
The adventure continues. After spending years in development, an updated remake of Adventures in Babysitting is set to make its debut on Disney Channel later this summer. The movie—inspired by the 1987 comedy of the same name starring Elisabeth Shue, Penelope Anne Miller, Keith Coogan and Maia Brewton—begins when Lola (Descendants' Sofia Carson) and Jenny (Girl Meets World's Sabrina Carpenter) accidentally switch phones and Lola accepts a babysitting job on Jenny's behalf. Neither of them realizes that it's not all that easy to keep a watchful eye on the four Cooper children (Nikki Hahn, Mallory James Mahoney, Madison Horcher and Jet Jurgensmeyer). In fact, one of the kids goes...
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American Horror Story: Asylum Review: “The Origins Of Monstrosity” (Season 2, Episode 6)

After last week’s spectacular episode, it’s impossible to think that American Horror Story: Asylum can recapture that lightning in a bottle. The major reveal at the end (that apparently everybody except me saw coming) was a huge twist that helped tighten the focus for the rest of the season. In case you couldn’t guess from the episode’s title, the latest episode gives a little background to good old Bloody Face, helping to uncover just why he’s so freaking crazy.

Despite the amazing set up it was given from last week, The Origins of Monstrosity doesn’t quite live up to the preceding episode. That’s not to say it’s a bad episode, especially since I’ve yet to see a bad outing from this series. It just serves as a winding down period with a little more spoken exposition than the past few episodes.
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Review American Horror Story Asylum Episode 6 The Origins of Monstrosity

In the modern day a mysterious phone call leads the police to discover Bloody Faces handiwork at Briarcliff. Meanwhile in 1964 Sister Jude finds out Anne Frank may have been right after all and moves to get the last piece of evidence she needs. Also a little girl (Nikki Hahn) is abandoned at Briarcliff by her mother who suspects her of murder. Elsewhere the backstory of Bloody Face is revealed.
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'American Horror Story: Asylum' episode 6 recap: 'The Origins of Monstrosity'

How far is too far on "American Horror Story: Asylum"? We haven't reached the point just yet, but the way things are heading we might find out soon enough.

"The Origins of Monstrosity" served up a whole lot of demented visuals while giving the audience a bit of backstory on several key characters. It was an overly talky episode and not quite as compelling as the rest of the season so far, but here's what we found out:

Jenny Reynolds (Nikki Hahn) is an evil little girl and Sister Mary Eunice (Lily Rabe) loves her for it

"Monstrosity" introduces a pint-sized psychopath in the frightening form of Jenny Reynolds, a little terror rejected from Briarcliff because they don't have a children's ward. Still, her visit gives her enough time to bond with demonically possessed Sister Mary Eunice, who encourages Jenny to act on all of her darkest impulses. She also
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Toddlers & Tiaras & Tom Hanks!

Toddlers & Tiaras & Tom Hanks!
Holy pretty feet! Looks like we're not the only people who are obsessed with Toddlers & Tiaras. Tom Hanks and his "daughter" Sophie (played by young actress Nikki Hahn) deliver a hilarious sendup of the Tlc reality trainwreck on Jimmy Kimmel Live. So is the spoof the "total package"? We give it a 10: From entering Sophie into the "Ulimate Sexy Baby Nevada" pageant, to Tom sewing her cupcake dresses at home to Sophie's sky-high hair and age-inappropriate "Talk Dirty to Me" talent routine, the clip is completely dead on—and simply awesome. We'd happily crown these two Utlimate Grand Supremes anyday. Watch: Tom Hanks hams it up at the 2011...
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