3 May 2019   No Comments

Sabrina Carpenter has taken the lead in the Alicia Keys dance comedy production Work It from STXfilms and Alloy Entertainment. The pic, which was announced at CinemaCon during STX’s session, is being directed and rewritten by Laura Terruso from an original script by Alison Peck (whose UglyDolls opens tomorrow).

Work It is a coming of age comedy which follows an awkward teenage girl (Carpenter) who after being rejected from her high school’s dance team, assembles a crew of bold and fearless misfits to compete against them in a national dance championship.

Carpenter is currently starring in Short History of The Long Road, which recently premiered to rave reviews at the Tribeca Film Festival. Her additional credits include The Hate U Give and Tall Girl. Her new album Singular: Act 2will be released this summer. She is represented by Paradigm, Foundation Media Partners, Faculty, Shemarya and SGSBC, LLP.

Carpenter will star alongside Liza Koshy (Liza on Demand, Freakish) and Keiynan Lonsdale (Love, Simon).

Keys is producing alongside producers Elysa Koplovitz Dutton and Leslie Morgenstein from Alloy Entertainment.

Work It is the fourth Alloy movie made in two years featuring a female director at the helm. The company’s first feature film was Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (the franchise between two pics made over $86M WW), and the 2017 drama Everything Everything ($61M-plus at the WW B.O.). Alloy’s latest project, The Sun is Also a Star, will be released on May 17 via Warner Bros.

STXinternational is handling international distribution and will directly distribute in the UK and Ireland. STXfilms’ Kate Vorhoff and Catherine Hagedorn are overseeing the production on behalf of the studio.

Work It is Terruso’s second film with Alloy Entertainment following the teen stoner comedy Good Girls Get High. Her writer/director debut Fits and Starts premiered at the 2017 SXSW Film Festival, and while still a student at NYU’s Graduate Film Program she co-wrote the feature film Hello My Name is Doris with Michael Showalter. She is repped by CAA, Industry Entertainment, and SGSBC, LLP. Koshy is repped by CAA, Carter Media Group and Hansen Jacobsen. Lonsdale is represented by Silver Lining Entertainment, ICM and attorneys Carolyn Conrad and Ira Schrek. Peck is represented by ICM Partners, Jim Strader of Quattro Media, and Attorney Bob Myman.

10 April 2019   No Comments

Screencaptures of the music video will hopefully be added tomorrow sometime when I have time to cap it.

30 March 2019   No Comments

Romantic teen comedy-drama “Love, Simon,” Netflix’s reality show “Queer Eye” and Starz’s comedy series “Vida” took top honors at the 2019 GLAAD Media Awards on Thursday night in Los Angeles.

“Love, Simon,” an LGBTQ themed high-school rom-com, took the prize for Outstanding Film Wide Release with Gwyneth Paltrow presenting the award to director Greg Berlanti and cast members Nick Robinson, Keiynan Lonsdale and Alexandra Schipp.

Outstanding Reality Program went to “Queer Eye,” Netflix’s reboot of the Bravo series, starring Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Bobby Berk and Karamo Brown.

“Vida,” about two Mexican-American sisters who return home to a rapidly gentrifying Boyle Heights — and find out their recently deceased mother was in a relationship with a woman — took home the award for Outstanding Comedy Series. The 30th annual GLAAD ceremony also honored Beyoncé and Jay-Z with the Vanguard Award for their support of the LGBTQ community.

Jay-Z began their speech by thanking his mother, Gloria Carter, who is a lesbian and who accepted a special award on behalf of her son last year. The rapper said that it was because of his mother that he was able to learn about love and acceptance.

“Life is full of highs, lows, and a lot of learning,” Jay-Z told the audience. “This is a momentous night and I also want, because I didn’t do it last year, to honor my mother who received the award last year. I’m following in her footsteps of spreading love and acceptance.”

Beyonce then told the crowd she was “super honored and overwhelmed and I’m very proud of the run in my stocking from Shangela,” she said about the “Drag Race” alum who earlier in the evening performed a medley of her all her hit songs to a roaring audience. (See below).

“I would say that one of the most beautiful memories from our tour was looking out from the stage every night and seeing the hardest gangsters trappin’ out right next to the most fabulous queens, respecting and celebrating each other.”

Beyonce dedicated the award to her Uncle Johnny, who she called “the most fabulous gay man, who helped raise me and my sister.”

“He lived his truth,” she told the audience. “He was brave and unapologetic during a time when this country was not as accepting. Witnessing his battle with HIV was one of the most painful experiences I’ve ever lived.”

She continued: “I’m hopeful that his struggle served to open pathways for other young people to live more freely. LGBTQI rights are human rights. To choose who you love is your human right, how you identify and see yourself is your human right, who you make love to and take that ass to Red Lobster is your human right.”

“Will & Grace” star Sean Hayes was honored with the Stephen F. Kolzak Award, named after the Los Angeles casting director who devoted his life to fighting homophobia. Both were announced ahead of time.

At the event, celebrities sported blue “&” pins for GLAAD’s Together movement, representing GLAAD’s work on intersectional issues including immigration, racial justice, women’s rights and LGBTQ acceptance.

GLAAD had also previously announced that Madonna will receive the Advocate for Change Award and Andy Cohen will receive the Vito Russo Award from Sarah Jessica Parker in the organizations’ New York City event on May 4, which will air on Logo on Sunday, May 12.

28 March 2019   No Comments

The first photoshoot that it looks that Keiynan has done for 2019. It was shot for Spec Magazine and shot by Storm Santos. I think it’s personally one of my favorites thus far! Thanks to Kaci for the photos!

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– Home > Photoshoots > 2019 > STORM SANTOS [SPEC]

31 December 2018   No Comments

This past Friday, Keiynan was a guest judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars with Gus Kenworthy. I’ve managed to added 100+ 1080p ccreencaptures into the gallery.

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– Home > TV Productions > RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars > 04×03 | SNATCH GAME OF LOVE

26 December 2018   No Comments

I’ve gone ahead and added blu-ray ccreencaptures of Love, Simon to the gallery. It was the first film where I notice Kieynan and it made me really want to do the site. Enjoy the captures!

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– Home > Movie Productions > Love,Simon > Blu Ray Screencaptures

26 December 2018   No Comments

Welcome to the grand opening of Keiynan Lonsdale Source, your newest source for all things Keiynan Lonsdale. We have a beautiful header base done by the wonderful Jay with a theme base from Ray! The photo gallery is filled with with little over 5,000+ photos of events, photoshoots, screencaptures, and more! Thanks to Kaci for several of the photos donated.

Feel free to take a look around the site and be sure to follow us on twitter soon to stay up to date with all the latest updates. Thanks for visiting and please come again!