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They will now be featured in an all-new web series from Legendary that will debut later in the year.from original cast members Deidre Hall and Judy Strangis.
She is repped by WME and Bleecker Street Entertainment.The series will follow the crime-fighting exploits of two female caped crusader who work in their off-time as reporters for a magazine.No further details have been revealed at this time, as shooting on the web series continues this week in Canada.The way the sun gleams on her platinum blond hair, the gentle pallor of her skin, how the see-through fabric of the worn black t-shirt skimmed over her collarbones, how the way her jeans cling to her hips could only be described as sinful-Mamrie chuckles, looking over her shoulder from where she’s crouched.Legendary Entertainment’s digital media unit and Fullscreen have teamed with You Tube creators Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart, who will star in a reboot of Sid and Marty Krofft’s ’70s campy superhero action TV series “Electra Woman and Dyna Girl.” Fullscreen will debut the series in the U.The web series will be directed by Chris Marrs Piliero (who has previously worked on music videos for the likes of Ariana Grande, Ke$ha and the Black Key), and produced by Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart and their managers Ken Treusch and Sarah Weichel, along with Contradiction Films' Tim Carter and Tomas Harlan (Dead Rising: Watchtower, Mortal Kombat: Legacy).
Two women are behind the viral dress that has everyone confused. The picture was initially posted on Tumblr by a 21-year-old singer named Caitlin Mc Neill who lives on the tiny Scottish island of Colonsay.
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Sid and Marty Krofft will exec produce the project.
In a telephone conversation with Business Insider on Thursday evening, Mc Neill explained that the dress in the picture was worn to her friends' wedding.
Some people see the dress as it appears in the photo as white and gold, while others see it as blue and black. Mc Neill and her friends first realized something was different about the dress when the mother sent her daughter the now-famous photo.
was a live-action Saturday morning superhero series from kids' TV legends Sid & Marty Krofft that ran for one season in 1976.