August 8, 2014
Interview with Austin North from I Didn’t Do It!
Who loves Olivia Holt’s new show, I Didn’t Do It? We most certainly do! We were so happy we could catch up with her co-star Austin North, who plays her twin brother Logan, and ask him about his favorite food, whether he’s a country or city person, and more. Check it out!
Q: Is this your first TV show?
A: This is my first series regular, and being on the Disney Channel is awesome! We just wrapped season one. It was the most incredible experience.
Q: What’s the most delicious food you’ve ever eaten?
A: Probably filet mignon from Ruth’s Steak House.
Image credit Disney Channel
Q: What was your favorite TV show growing up?
A: SpongeBob SquarePants.
Q: Are you a city or country person?
A: A city person. I love traveling to different cities and experiencing different cultures. I’m originally from Ohio. It was kind of the country. I rode ATVs outside of my house and in the woods.
Q: What was the hardest word for you pronounce when you were a kid?
A: Gator-watermelon. It’s a tongue twister. (Laughs)
Austin seems really great. Are you a fan of I Didn’t Do It? Be sure to check out our interview with his co-star Olivia Holt and share your thoughts in the Comments below!
See ya around,
— En-Szu, STACKS Staffer
Interview by Sue Schneider
August 1, 2014
Find out what these stars are reading this summer.
We are always curious/nosy to know what people are reading. You never know where your next favorite book will come from. So we asked a few stars of Disney shows to tell us what they are reading this summer. Here’s what they said . . .
Francesca Capaldi from Dog With a Blog is reading Cupcake Cousins by Kate Hannigan.
Calum Worthy from Austin and Ally is reading Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss. Really?
Maddy Whitby from Radio Disney’s Morgan & Maddy in the Morning is re-reading the Harry Potter series.
Leave a Comment and let us know what YOU are reading this summer!
Photos courtesy Disney Channel
July 25, 2014
If you love Leo Howard from Kickin’ It, keep reading.
If any television actor has undergone an on-screen transformation, it’s Kickin’ It‘s Leo Howard. Remember what he was like when the show first started? But even if Leo–and his character Jack–has changed a bit on the outside, he’s still the super-chill guy we interviewed a little while back. So it was great to catch up with him again and see what he’s been reading, what his favorite school subject is, and more! Check it out. Continue reading
July 18, 2014
Superheroes come in all sizes in the movie Antboy (rated PG).
Ordinary, overlooked, 12-year-old Pelle (played by Oscar Dietz) is transformed into an extraordinary superhero after he is bitten by a super-ant and inherits its abilities. Overnight, the boy whom nobody noticed becomes a local hero dubbed “Antboy.” With the help of his sidekick, Wilhelm, climbing walls, flipping cars, stopping robbers, and saving babies all become part of his new dream life. But all this changes when super-villain “The Flea” kidnaps a pretty girl from Pelle’s school. Antboy, Wilhelm, and the missing girl’s sister Ida must fight this treacherous evil, rescue the damsel in distress, save the town from a super-villain, and be home in time for dinner.
Here is the Antboy himself, Oscar Dietz, to tell you what it was like making this movie. Continue reading
July 17, 2014
Michael Strahan will host Kids’ Choice Sports 2014 on Thursday, July 17 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Legendary Super Bowl champion and Fox NFL Sunday analyst Michael Strahan will host one of the biggest sports celebrations for kids, the first ever Kids’ Choice Sports 2014 show on Nickelodeon. We talked to the former New York Giant about sports, his favorite athletes, and who will get slimed! Read on. Continue reading
July 11, 2014
Interview with Good Luck Charlie‘s Shane Harper!
We asked. You responded. We listened! Last week, I asked you to vote on which celebrity interview you wanted to read this week. The clear winner? Good Luck Charlie‘s Shane Harper. Go, Shane!
If you are like me, you’re super-sad that Good Luck Charlie is now over (even though you can still catch episodes on the Disney Channel), but we’re happy we could catch up with Shane, who played Spencer Walsh on the show. We talked books, favorite school subjects, and–of course–music! Check it out. Continue reading
July 4, 2014
It’s time for more celebrities!
Last month, I asked you to vote on which interviews you wanted to see featured on the STACKS. The response was almost overwhelming! I guess you guys like all things celebrity as much as I do. So for July, we’re bringing the vote system back. Woo hoo!
Here are your options for this round:
Which celebrity do YOU want to hear from? Cast your vote by posting your top pick in the Comments below. Don’t forget to get your friends to vote, too. Can’t wait to see which interview wins!
See ya around,
— En-Szu, STACKS Staffer
July 1, 2014
Did you correct the celebrity grammar mistakes?
With run-on sentences, missing capital letters, and missing punctuation, these celebrities made a lot of grammar mistakes in last week’s Celebrity Grammar Police Quiz! Of course, no one is perfect and and everybody makes mistakes. I’m not judging! I’m just showing you how these sentences are SUPPOSED to look.
- Austin Mahone: GUESS WHERE I’M GOING TOMORROW!!!
- Peyton List: Every time I make an ugly face on Jessie, I think about how many people are going to screenshot it and make it their profile pic.
- Leo Howard: Hey everyone, did you see last night’s Kickin‘ It. Haha! Love that episode!
- Jake Short: It honestly feels like it’s Saturday. My days are so mixed up.
- Harry Styles: Thank you so much to everyone who bought the album. You’re incredible, and we are nothing without you. I am very, very happy today. x
- Olivia Holt: Blessings show up in many different forms. Don’t ever second guess God’s reasoning.
- Taylor Swift: I LOVE YOU GUYS! WE GOT AN ALBUM OF THE YEAR NOMINATION, AND I AM TOO EXCITED TO USE PUNCTUATION!
- Mindless Behavior: What did you guys think of our new video from the airport? What can we say? We love to dance. LOL!!
- Karan Brar: Everyone has problems. Some people’s problems are more messed up than others, but don’t judge a person based on his or her problems.
- Ross Lynch: 2014, here I come.
— Sonja, STACKS Staffer
June 27, 2014
Zendaya’s new movie Zapped!
Everybody loves Zendaya Coleman. That’s a given. She’s so talented at everything! She sings; she dances, and she acts. It’s kind of unreal since she is only 17 years old! Even if you didn’t watch Shake it Up, you’ve probably heard her music. (I’m a super-fan of “Replay.”) Her new movie Zapped (based on the book Boys Are Dogs) is about a girl named Zoey who discovers that the dog-training app she downloaded onto her phone gives her the ability to give commands to . . . boys!
Zendaya surprised fans by showing up at a special screening of the movie. I’d say they were pretty thrilled to meet her! (I would be, too!) How awesome is that? She seems like the nicest person, like, ever.
Image credit DISNEY CHANNEL/ Heidi Gutman
We caught up with Zendaya to talk about her new movie, her favorite book, where she’d like to be in five years, and more. Check it out! Continue reading
June 27, 2014
Rowan Blanchard talks about her new Disney show.
Have you ever seen Boy Meets World? I absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that show. I have since I was really little! I am so excited now because Disney will bring back Cory and Topanga in a new show, Girl Meets World, premiering tonight on Disney Channel at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT. The show will follow the funny and thought-provoking adventures of their daughter, Riley. We’ve got an interview with 12-year-old Rowan Blanchard, who plays Riley, and we got to ask her about her character, her favorite authors, and her most embarrassing moment! Check it out. Continue reading