Click here to read the full article. Debby Ryan has been on TV since she was literally 13 years old so she knows a thing or two about looking good on camera. Over the years, she’s picked up beauty tips and tricks from the pros and even some famous friends. In a Vogue Beauty Secrets video, Ryan revealed her skincare routine, which includes some of my favorite products, too. “It’s about rituals and not miracles, gratitude and letting go of resentment, drinking a lot of water and staying hydrated, getting a lot of sleep and finding what works for you,”...
There have been a ton of genre reinventions in the last handful of years. Most notably the found footage sub-genre of horror that has seen a new type of story, the “screenlife” film, take haunting shape as a byproduct of the pandemic era. Now, reported exclusively by Variety, there is a new LGBTQ+ centric film in the works from that modern sub-genre titled Howdy, Neighbor! from director Allisyn Snyder and writer Matthew Scott Montgomery.
Debby Ryan has definitely grown up on our television: from The Suite Life on Deck to Jessie, we can’t get enough of this classic Disney star!. Since her start with Disney, she made sure to take each and every opportunity they gave her in order to learn and make for a better career in the acting industry. “They have such a system in place to where it’s really difficult to fail, but it’s not going to be done for you. In my relationship with Disney, the more that I learned, the more they encouraged me,” she told LADYGUNN in March 2017.
Debby Ryan got a perm and suddenly, we feel like we've been transported back to the '70s. The actor posted about her new hairstyle on her Instagram Stories after hairstylist Janine Jarman flew to Ohio to complete the transformation. In a photo captioned "When @debbyryan slides into your dms asking...
The skateboarding show Zeke and Luther premiered via Disney XD in June 2009 and starred Hutch Dano, Adam Hicks, Daniel Curtis Lee, Ryan Newman and Nate Hartley, among others. But they weren’t the only notable names who appeared on the series throughout its time on the air. During the...
Peacock has set seven cast members for the upcoming comedy thriller series “The Resort,” Variety has learned. Luis Gerardo Méndez, Nina Bloomgarden, and Gabriela Cartol will all appear in series regular roles, while Debby Ryan, Dylan Baker, Michael Hitchcock and Becky Ann Baker will recur. The show is described as a multi-generational, coming-of-age love story disguised as a fast-paced mystery about the disappointment of time. An anniversary trip puts a marriage to the test when the couple finds themselves embroiled in one of the Mayan Riviera’s most bizarre unsolved mysteries that took place fifteen years prior. Méndez (“Narcos: Mexico,” “Murder Mystery”) will play Baltasar...
Over the years, some former Disney Channel stars have experienced ups and downs in their lives, including run-ins with the law. David Henrie, for example, was arrested in September 2018 for carrying a loaded gun into the LAX airport. “I take responsibility for the situation at LAX today,” the Wizards...
“Night Teeth” from writer Brent Dillon and director Adam Randall is an entertaining vampire thriller with a gangster twist. Lucy Fry is Zoe and Debby Ryan is Blaire, two friends who hired Benny (Jorge Lendeborg Jr.), a freelance chauffeur, to drive them to several popular LA nightclubs. But soon, Benny discovers that the friends are centuries-old vampires with other plans.
Lucy Fry is no stranger to baring her fangs. The 29-year-old Australian actor is best known for playing Lissa Dragomir, a kind, straight-laced teen vampire in the 2014 film Vampire Academy. Now, seven years later, Fry is back onscreen in Netflix’s Night Teeth, once again playing a bloodsucker. But her wild new character, Zoe, couldn’t be more different from any of her past roles — and that was by design.
Video Interview: Co-Stars Lucy Fry and Debby Ryan on Transforming into Badass Vampires for NIGHT TEETH
Arriving on Netflix tomorrow, October 20th, is Night Teeth, a stylish take on vampire lore that happens over the course of one fateful night in Los Angeles. Directed by Adam Randall and written by Brent Dillon, Night Teeth follows a college student named Benny (Jorge Lendenborg Jr.), who is in need of some extra cash and takes on a chauffeur job to help out his older brother, Jay (Raúl Castillo), but is completely unaware that his clients for the night—Blaire (Debby Ryan) and Zoe (Lucy)—are actually vampires who are leaving a bloody trail in their wake as they travel around the city of Los Angeles. Night Teeth also stars Alfie Allen, Megan Fox, and Sydney Sweeney.
“Night Teeth,” now streaming on Netflix, is a brand-new action-packed vampire film starring Debby Ryan, Lucy Fry, Jorge Lendeborg Jr. and Raul Castillo. The film follows a driver named Jay (Lendeborg Jr.) as he finds himself in the middle of a territorial vampire war. Driving through the streets of LA with two vampires as his passengers (Ryan and Fry), Jay fights to prove his purpose as a means to not be eaten alive.
Disney Channel fans said goodbye to Jessie when the show aired its final episode in October 2015. Starring Debby Ryan, Cameron Boyce, Peyton List, Karan Brar, Skai Jackson and Josie Totah, among others, the show followed the story of a young girl named Jessie who left her Texas roots to take a job as a nanny for the Ross family’s four kids in New York City. It aired for four seasons.
NIGHT TEETH (2021) Movie Trailer: Vampires Debby Ryan & Lucy Fry drag Jorge Lendeborg Jr. into an Underworld Mission
Adam Randall‘s Night Teeth (2021) movie trailer has been released by Netflix. The Night Teeth trailer stars Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Debby Ryan, Lucy Fry, Alfie Allen, Megan Fox, Raul Castillo, Sydney Sweeney, and Alexander Ludwig. Crew. Brent Dillon wrote the screenplay for Night Teeth. Drum & Lace and Ian Hultquist...
For a cliché to woo the audience, the acting should amaze the audience, and the content should be executed well. Netflix takes up that challenge in their new project: Night Teeth, an upcoming vampire film. The official trailer was released Sept. 22. Directed by Adam Randall (I See You), Night...
There are two times in the year that the majority of Americans still keep appointment television. The first and biggest is the winter holiday season, when live events tied to Christmas and other holidays are broadcast as special events. The other is Halloween, when the encroaching darkness and spooky season make horror movies the hot thing to watch while carving pumpkins. Netflix has gotten into both in a big way, and the release of the new October thriller Night Teeth is one of the more significant titles to look forward to.
The first trailer for upcoming Netflix horror comedy Night Teeth is now online, and it looks like it might be a fun Halloween watch for all you creatures of the night out there. The movie stars Jorge Lendeborg Jr. (Wu-Tang: An American Saga) as a college student named Benny who...