Italian Bred’s L.A. Premiere: Candice Guardino, creator and star dishes embarrassing moments, family reactions & more!


Candice Guardino, entertainer extraordinaire has been impersonating family members ever since she was a child. Luckily for us, that smart-alecky kid turned into the lively, brilliant woman we all have come to know today. Guardino, the creator of Italian Bred, the one-woman show which opens TONIGHT at The Hudson Theatre in California to a sold-out crowd, was raised in an Italian family that can only be described as “crazy.”

The actress/singer/writer (I told you she was extraordinary) not only wrote the show, but stars in it portraying a multitude of familial personalities.

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Interview: August Roads, up-and-coming star, talks MTV’s Faking It, music & more!


August Roads, a name you’ll surely want to remember (can you say major heartthrob musician potential?) has taken the Faking It world by storm. Despite his seemingly short stint on the show, his portrayal of Oliver, a character in which Roads describes as sort of a MacGuffin to the overall storyline on MTV’s rookie series has without a doubt sparked the interest of thousands of fans across the U.S.

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Interview: Dominic Adams, suave and sexy newcomer, chats role on Devious Maids


Dominic Adams, the hunky newcomer on Lifetime’s hit series Devious Maids, turned to acting at a very young age as an excuse to skyrocket himself to the center of attention. An extrovert at heart, Dominic sunk his teeth into theater as a teen and was hooked from there… and thank the Gods for that.

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Interview: Sunny Mabrey talks iconic role on Once Upon a Time, Vine stardom and teases badass part in new movie

Sunny Mabrey

Sunny Mabrey, the vibrant actor who landed the iconic role of Glinda, the Good Witch of the South on the widely popular fairy tale drama Once Upon a Time has not only stolen our hearts, but our rapidly decreasing attention spans. While racking up some pretty notable credits in the entertainment industry (Snakes on a Plane, The New Guy, The Client List and Teacher of the Year) she has also taken social media by storm, captivating an audience of over 640,000 people daily on Vine, an app Sunny described to be like “Twitter in live motion.”

Sunny, who hails from Alabama, tapped into her creative side as a shy young girl and gravitated towards art all through high school and eventually into college.

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Happy’s road to redemption: Michael Coleman sets the record straight, talks Swan Queen, OUAT & his insanely awesome hidden talents


Michael Coleman, well-known for his role as “Happy” on ABC’s hit series Once Upon a Time is more than meets the eye. The actor, writer and director is working on a myriad of exciting new projects, all of which his fans will be thrilled to hear about.

Michael was kind enough to chat with me about the cast dynamic, clears the air regarding his unfortunate Twitter snafu a while back with the fans, and even teases Sunday’s new episode.

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Faking It ‘Pilot’ Review: #Karmy is born

MTV's rookie show Faking It comes out swinging, hits us in the feels... hard


At first glance MTV’s rookie show Faking It sends up one big rainbow flag as being 2014’s show to bitch about and be offended by. But, if you dig a little deeper, past the stereotypical gay character, the overwhelmingly (almost unbelievable) tolerant high school, and borderline annoying Christian conservative… we find a truly relatable and intriguing story.

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Reign star CAITLIN STASEY sends fans into a tizzy after speaking the truth on Twitter


What’s the best way to piss off your fans? Just tell them you don’t want to travel to their country to meet them! LOLZ. Caitlin Stasey, star of the CW series REIGN took to Twitter yesterday to publicly announce that, although grateful for their support, she has no plans to visit Brazil (or meet any “strangers” for that matter).

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The Veronica Mars movie was basically perfect


This review contains spoilers. If you haven’t watched the movie, don’t read.

There’s a moment during the Veronica Mars movie when Veronica and Logan are driving across a bridge (pictured above) where I was sitting in the theater and just thought wow, this is a movie. The exterior shots of Southern California, Veronica’s smooth voiceover, the tracking shot of her riding shotgun.

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Need for Speed review: Thrills in stunts, backfires elsewhere


If you’re looking to satisfy your itch to see cars go vroom a lot on the big screen, then by all means run — don’t walk — to Need for Speed this weekend. The packed house I watched it in was having a mighty good time with the races, the crazy stunts, and the cheeky one-liners, as was I.

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A bit of a lull

Hey guys. I’m sure you’ve noticed that there haven’t been many updates recently, and there haven’t even been new posts in the last couple of weeks. It’s been a busy semester for me, especially, and because of that, NoWhiteNoise has suffered a bit. But I just wanted to let you know that NWN isn’t dead just yet.

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