Category: Video

Emily stops by People Now

Friday morning, Emily stopped by People Now to talk about Young & Hungry, Mother’s Day and much more. You can watch her appearance below and check out captures of the interview in the gallery.

Emily & Diana Snyder stop by The Today Show

Friday morning, Emily along with Young & Hungry writer, Diana Snyder stopped by The Today Show to talk about the new Young & Hungry cookbook and more. You can watch her appearance below and check out captures of the interview in the gallery.

Hollywood Life: Young & Hungry Cast Goes Head-To-Head In Game Of ‘This & That’

It’s time for a round of ‘This & That’ with the ‘Young & Hungry’ cast! has a super fun and hilarious EXCLUSIVE video of Emily Osment and the rest of the cast facing off against each other.

The Young & Hungry cast is putting their knowledge to the test in this EXCLUSIVE featurette. Emily Osment, Jonathan Sadowski, Aimee Carrero, Kym Whitley, and Rex Lee play a game of “This & That” and it gets really competitive. The cast has to find the right word to complete the phrase, from “flesh and blood” to “trial and error” to “body and soul.” It’s hilarious to see what the cast comes up with right off the top of their head. At the beginning of the video, Rex quips that he’ll “totally kick her ass” in the game. Is he talking about Emily, Aimee, or Kym? After the game’s over, the cast asks who got what right. A little competition never hurt anyone!


Emily stops by KTLA Morning News

This morning, Emily stopped by KTLA Morning News in Los Angeles to talk about Young & Hungry and working with the legendary Betty White. You can watch her appearance below and captures of the interview can be found in the gallery.

Love Is All You Need?: New Trailer Released

Variety: ‘Love Is All You Need’ to Host Special Screenings in Cities Where Hate Crimes Were Committed

Genius Pictures is launching a special tour to promote “Love is All You Need” and the film’s anti-hate message. Over 30 days, the film will travel across the United States for special screenings and events in 20 cities, as part of the tour called “The MovieMent.” Following the screenings, director Kim Rocco Shields and the other filmmakers will discuss its anti-hate themes.

Based on Shields’ award-winning short of the same name, the story takes place in a world where homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuality is taboo. Briana Evigan (“Step Up”), Tyler Blackburn (“Pretty Little Liars”), Emily Osment, and Jeremy Sisto star. The cities were chosen based on fan requests, places where hate crimes were committed and locations that have a special connection to the pro-tolerance message of the film. Members of the filmmaking team, cast members, and special guests will appear at screenings.

“It’s time to celebrate our similarities instead of fighting about our differences; intolerance of any kind is unacceptable,” said writer and director Kim Rocco Shields. “I am very passionate about this film and The MovieMent, and I am thrilled to be continuing the dialogue that started three years ago, with the universal language of love”. The film will release digitally on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2016 via iTunes.


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