Brett Davern hams it up for the cameras during media day ahead of the 38th Annual Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race in Long Beach, Calif., on Tuesday afternoon (April 7).
The Awkward. actor got silly alongside actress Donna Feldman, James Maslow and Nathan Kress who all spoke to press about the upcoming race for the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach this coming weekend.
“Down in Long Beach, about to get an early start on the #tgplb practice day! Let’s see if my Forza practice on this track did me any good…” Nathan tweeted.
Brett added just the day before, getting the competition started: “Tomorrow is practice day at the beach! Can’t wait to see @AntronBrown and @RutledgeWood in the rear view! Haha @ToyotaGPLB #TGPLB #ProCeleb.”
“I am back to defend the title!” Brett tweeted after the announcement was made.
Nathan added, “PUMPED to be racing in this year’s @ToyotaGPLB Pro/Celeb Race w/ @jamesmaslow @bdavv @alfonso_ribeiro & more!”
James captioned on Instagram: “Day 1 of race training for @TGPLB (I think that’s the right tag?) Anyway, racing cars is badass and this group is badass. #Badassness”.
Other racers include Alfonso Ribeiro, Robert Patrick, Mekhi Phifer, Olympian Dara Torres, musicians Mark McGrath and John Rzeznik, Tricia Helfer, Willie Gault, Donna Feldman, Joshua Morrow, and Steve Mason.
“I’m so honored to have been given the opportunity to step behind the camera for such a big project, especially at such a young age,” the 21-year-old actor dished to The Wrap.
Nathan added, “I don’t take the responsibility lightly. I’ve been preparing for over a month and I can’t wait to flex a different creative muscle in the coming week!”
In “Caved In”, the gang finds out that Ray became invincible at such a young age and he missed out on a “normal” childhood. To help make up for the things he didn’t experience as a kid, Henry and Charlotte plan a weekend full of childlike fun – riding bikes, camping and even going to the local amusement park!
But, before they can begin their adventure, Jasper accidentally triggers the emergency lockdown mode for Junk-N-Stuff which instantly traps them all down in the Man Cave, and they must figure out a way to give Ray a day of fun while stuck indoors.
“Caved In” premieres Saturday, February 28th @ 8PM ET/PT on Nickelodeon.
“Got to see these guys tonight :),” Mirandacaptioned the pic.
Jennette posted a black and white version, writing, “Regram from @mirandacosgrove ! So great seeing these friends…(Miranda and me) (Noah and Nathan) (Jerry)”
iCarly ran from 2007-2012 on Nickelodeon and followed a girl (Cosgrove) who hosted her own home-grown web show, while her sidekick Sam’s (McCurdy) regular Webcasts featured everything from comedy sketches and talent contests to interviews, recipes, and problem-solving.
The 22-year-old iCarly alum is returning to Nickelodeon to direct an upcoming episode of Henry Danger!
“I’m so honored to have been given the opportunity to step behind the camera for such a big project, especially at such a young age,” Nathan said. “I don’t take the responsibility lightly. I’ve been preparing for over a month and I can’t wait to flex a different creative muscle in the coming week!”
Nathan will direct the episode “Caved In,” in which Henry (Jace Norman), his sister Charlotte (Ella Anderson), and Ray’s plans for a day of fun are derailed when friend Jasper (Sean Ryan Fox) accidentally triggers the emergency lockdown mode for Junk-N-Stuff and the Man Cave, trapping everyone inside.
The episode is set to air early next year and we can’t wait to see it! Congrats, Nathan!
“When they find him, he’s not in a good place,” Robbie recently told E! News about his character Ronnie (aka Firestorm). “Something happened when the particle accelerator blew up and he’s this schizophrenic, homeless Firestorm. It’s very dark. It’s not the same guy you’ll meet in episode three. It’s really a shell of who you meet in episode three. There’s not much of Ronnie left.”
He continued, “Things are going to be really difficult between Ronnie and Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) because it will have been almost a year when they find Ronnie. There’s really not a whole lot of him left and it’s definitely a fight and a struggle to try to get their relationship back.”