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Who wouldn't want to go trick or treating with Victoria Justice?
The "Fun Size" star is definitely all grown up as she looks gorgeous in and out of her Halloween costume in the new suburban comedy. Victoria also recently provided ample distractions in "The First Time" and continues to bring hotness to the halls of a performing arts high school on Nickelodeon's "Victorious."
Also, have you heard this woman sing? Hot!
Check out our collection of pics featuring Victoria Justice steaming things up in movies, on television, at events and on the red carpet. "Fun Size" comes to your neighborhood on Oct. 26.
Package up one of Tinseltown's squeaky-cleanest teen actresses, a family-friendly holiday conundrum and Johnny Knoxville getting punched in the nether region, and what do you get? A "Fun Size" comedic trick or treat, that's what.
From first-time director Josh Schwartz (former executive producer on "The O.C." and "Gossip Girl") and screenwriter Max Werner ("The Colbert Report"), "Fun Size" features Victoria Justice of Nickelodeon fame as a girl whose Halloween night priority is making it to the popular boy in school's big bash (which she was totally invited to, btw). Buzz-killer mom portrayed by Chelsea Handler decides to stick her in charge of her"gross" little brother, though. After the Spider-Man costume-clad kid gets lost on her watch, she'll have to spend the rest of her night tracking the little bugger down. Woe is the homecoming queen! Get More »
Once upon a time in Hollywood, "Latin" characters were played by actors sporting caramel-colored makeup and over-the-top accents. Today, though, Latino faces -- genuine ones -- appear throughout the multiplexes and across the TV screen.
Best of all, Latino actors aren't always noticeably "ethnic," demonstrating the increasing number of roles for Hispanic actors besides cholos and hoochie mamas.
In "Monte Carlo," Disney triple threat Selena Gomez, who is half Mexican-American, leads the cadre of up-and-coming young Latinos who are making it in Hollywood without having to hide their roots or change their surnames.
So much for Chuy and "Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea." Chelsea Handler is about to be a mom. Kinda.
The E! star known for her awesomely acerbic and very R-rated comedy chops is in talks for the role of Victoria Justice's mother in the teen-targeted comedy "Fun Size" from "Gossip Girl" writer-director Josh Schwartz.
Handler appeared earlier this year in the kid-friendly "Hop," but she's way more famous for her hilariously raunchy books about booze and sex, her stand-up acts and her late-night TV show, "Chelsea Lately." Previous to "Lately," she also starred in "Girls Behaving Badly," a reality show where she and her friends pulled outrageous pranks while unsuspecting folks stared on in horror. Get More »
Victoria Justice is one busy young lady!
Fresh off landing the lead role in "Fun Size," the Nickelodeon vet has been added to the cast of Jon Kasdan's teen romance, "The First Time."
Though this romantic comedy focuses on the first weekend of a fledgling romance between two high school kids — played by Brittany Robertson ("Life Unexpected") and Dylan O'Brien ("Teen Wolf") — Justice's role is sure to add some extra heat to the flick.
Because this raven-haired beauty will play none other than the dream girl of Dylan O'Brien's character, which means that while O'Brien's out for a tryst with his "girlfriend," he's secretly pining for someone else. Of course, Justice's character has no idea how he feels and thinks they're "just friends."
Ah yes, the love triangle. Sigh. Get More »
Victoria Justice—also known as the star of Nickelodeon's hit show "Victorious"—just earned herself another victory.
The brunette beauty has landed the lead role in Josh Schwartz's edgy Halloween comedy "Fun Size," about a teenage girl who is forced to take her brother trick-or-treating, loses him en route and must find him before their mother finds out.
Penned by Max Werner, the script landed on the 2010 Black List, making it one of the hottest projects for rising starlets. In fact, Justice beat out names like Chloe Moretz and Jane Levy for the part—and there are even rumors that Hollywood heiresses Zoe Kraviz and Emma Roberts have been gunning for the role. Get More »