The MutANT Farm is back!
In “mutA.N.T. Farm 3″, the mutants are back for Halloween and this time they arrive at what they think is a new boarding school for monsters, only to discover it’s actually a prison run by Winter. When they try to escape, they accidentally open a portal to the A.N.T. boarding school and meet the human versions of themselves.
Enjoying their newfound freedom, the mutants trick Chyna (China Anne McClain) and the gang through the portal to take their places back in the mutant world.
“mutA.N.T. Farm 3″ premieres TONIGHT @8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel. Check out a clip below!
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“A.N.T. Farm” – Mutant Farm 3 Clip
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Olivia Holt keeps it chic at the 2013 Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party on Friday night (September 27) in Los Angeles.
The 16-year-old actress was joined by her Disney Channel mates Peyton List and China Anne McClain, both 15.
Inside the bash, Olivia and Peyton were both spotted on the dance floor and catching up with Modern Family stars Nolan Gould and Rico Rodriguez.
FYI: Olivia wore an ICB dress, BaubleBar earrings, an ashlyn’d bag and Vince Camuto shoes. Peyton wore an Azzedine Alaia dress with Brian Atwood shoes and Rebecca Minkoff jewelry.
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China Anne McClain and Sierra McCormick get down with Dominic Burgess in this new still from A.N.T. Farm.
In an all-new episode “pANTs on Fire,” Chyna (McClain) accidentally ingests Dixon’s truth serum, which gets her in trouble with Olive (McCormick).
Meanwhile, Angus (Aedin Mincks) learns he hails from a long line of princes, but is unsure how to act around his “royal” cousin when he comes to visit.
“pANTs on Fire” airs Friday, August 23rd @8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel. 10+ pics inside…
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The cast of How To Build a Better Boy poses for a group pic during a trip to Niagara Falls over the weekend.
China McClain, Matt Shively, Ashley Argota, Kelli Berglund, and Noah Centineo all got together for the trip from Toronto, Canada where they’re currently filming the new DCOM.
“What a great group of people,” Matt wrote.
Ashley added, “Spent time with these cool kids today, saw Niagara Falls, AND got 3G on my phone for the first time in weeks. Fantastic day. Love these people. ?”
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China Anne McClain and Kelli Berglund are teaming up for a new DCOM.
The Disney starlets have both landed leads in How to Build a Better Boy, which is set to premiere in 2014.
How to Build A Better Boy follows high school sophomores Mae (Berglund) and Gabby (McClain), two tech-savvy best friends who devise a plan to create the perfect boyfriend with just a few strokes of the keyboard and a wireless connection.
What Gabby and Mae don’t realize is that the computer they use is set up to generate a robotic super soldier, which they have inadvertently activated in the form of Albert (Marshall Williams), a macho yet sensitive super cute boy.
Ashley Argota, Matt Shively, Noah Centineo and Roger Bart also star.
China Anne McClain goes all out for a 1986 Prom in this new still from A.N.T. Farm.
In “past, presANT, and future” When Teen Zoltan (Joey Luthman) arrives in a time machine and falls in love with Chyna (McClain), he refuses to go back to the 80′s without his true love, so Chyna decides to accompany him back as his prom date.
Meanwhile, Lexi (Stefanie Scott) hopes to travel back in time to correct a horrible event from the past — an ugly 5th grade picture in a newspaper.
“past, presANT, and future” airs TONIGHT, July 26th @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel. 10+ pics inside…
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China Anne McClain shows off her saucy hands during a visit to Buca di Beppo Times Square in New York City on Wednesday evening (July 10).
The 14-year-old actress has been making her rounds promoting her new film, Grown Ups 2, out NOW.
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“It is so much fun working with the guys!” China shared about her experience on the movie. “They honestly treated me like an equal on the first Grown Ups. They were so nice to all of the kids and acted like we were on their level. They really made it an enjoyable experience for me!”
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