Mason Cook Shared The Best Throwback Pic With Rowan Blanchard

Mason Cook Shared The Best Throwback Pic With Rowan Blanchard

Mason Cook is just owning Throwback Thursday!

Back in 2010, the 18-year-old actor starred with Rowan Blanchard in Spy Kids 3 and shared the best flashback pic ever.

“‘Keep Austin Weird’ is the unofficial slogan of Austin, TX… and I did my part to help while I was there filming #SpyKids in 2010! #TBT,” he captioned the pic, which also featured a young and adorable Rowan.

Check out the pic below!

These days, you can see Mason on ABC’s Speechless, airing Fridays on the network.

Katherine McNamara Shares What The True Magic of 'Shadowhunters' Really Was

Katherine McNamara Shares What The True Magic of 'Shadowhunters' Really Was

There’s only a month left until the final season premiere of Shadowhunters, and in a new interview, Katherine McNamara is looking back on the series with a lot of great things to say about it.

“The true magic of Shadowhunters [is] that every single person in every single department on that show really did care about making the show the best it could possibly be, and pushing themselves and each other every day to improve and to push those boundaries and to go beyond what any of us thought was possible at the beginning of this process,” the 23-year-old actress shared with tmrw magazine.

Katherine adds that saying goodbye is “very bittersweet as it’s sort of winding down, but Shadowhunters will always be something I cherish because of the community that it created and the creative output of the show that was a product of that.”

She also opened up about how the set will always be home to her.

“Going to work every day on a set that felt like home. Hour for hour, I’ve spent more time in Clary’s clothes and in her world than I have on my own. But I’m sure that’s the beauty of the entertainment industry, is that you carry that with you, and every job you get something different and something new, each bond that you have with each group is unique, and it’s a family in and of itself.”

“There’s always a new family that you find something else that you love just as much about. So it’s an interesting journey in this industry, but it’s one that I thrive on.”

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'Riverdale's Second Musical Episode Will Be 'Heathers' - See The Cast List Here!

'Riverdale's Second Musical Episode Will Be 'Heathers' - See The Cast List Here!

We knew that another musical episode for Riverdale was coming, but we didn’t expect it to cover one of our fave musicals – Heathers: The Musical!

Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Archie Comics shared the big news online this week, and the episode will premiere on Wednesday, March 20th.

“Last year, we had a blast doing ‘Carrie.’ This year, we wanted to honor another iconic teen movie. ‘Heathers: The Musical’ is BIG FUN, with great roles for the Riverdale kids,” Roberto said in a statement. “And everyone is singing…”

The musical version of Heathers is based on the 1989 film, where Westerberg High is ruled by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing junta: Heather, Heather, and Heather, the hottest and cruelest girls in all of Ohio.

But misfit Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark and sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place — six feet under.

Check out the full cast list below!

Arrowverse's Next Crossover Will Focus On The Flash's Disappearance

Arrowverse's Next Crossover Will Focus On The Flash's Disappearance

Looks like the next crossover in the Arrowverse will tackle just how Barry Allen aka The Flash goes missing.

According to TV Guide, the headline that’s been teased for quite a while on the series will be a major part of the next crossover, titled “Crisis on Infinite Earths.”

“We’ve certainly been teasing [the headline] a long time, but it’s a major factor in next year’s crossover,” The Flash showrunner Todd Helbing shared. “There will be little tidbits here and there that people will be able to start to put together.”

In the series, the year The Flash disappears is in 2024. So, we’ll have to wait and see…

Laura Marano Pushes 'Let Me Cry' Video To Next Week But There's A Totally Good Reason

Laura Marano Pushes 'Let Me Cry' Video To Next Week But There's A Totally Good Reason

Well, this is a bummer, but we totally get it.

Laura Marano‘s music video for “Let Me Cry” has been postponed.

“The good news is the more I watch it, the more I think you’re gonna love the music video (I was nervous bc it’s pretty sad, but based on your reactions to #LetMeCry, I think you’re gonna really love it),” she wrote to fans on Twitter, before breaking the news: “The bad news is we have to push the release to next week ah don’t hate me.”

Laura also shared with fans that it’s just her in most of the video, but the intro “might have someone else involved….”

You can still stream Laura‘s newest single on JJJ now.