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    'Insurgent' Has Officially Been Given The Green Light For 2015, Not That You Had Any Doubts

    It's not like "Divergent" fans had any real reason to worry about their franchise getting a sequel, seeing as Veronica Roth's books are a trilogy and Lionsgate had a follow-up planned all along. But just in case anyone was uncertain, Lionsgate subsidiary Summit Entertainment has officially given "Insurgent" the green light.

    Really, though, we had nothing to fret over. The Shailene Woodley-fronted dystopian flick opened to an impressive $4.9 million following Thursday night's screenings. While the movie is no longer poised to be more lucrative than the first "Twilight" installment, it's still generated an endless cycle of buzz in recent months and could accrue between $50 and $60 million this weekend.
    “We're off to a great start with strong numbers from all regions of the country, urban, suburban and rural alike,” Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer said in a statement. ”We're confident that ‘Divergent' is on its way to becoming another important franchise for us, and we have just greenlit the second film, ‘Insurgent.'”

    As previously announced, "Divergent" director Neil Burger won't return for the sequel, having turned down the offer for "practical reasons" concerning his shooting schedule. Instead, Robert Schwentke ("The Time Traveler's Wife," "R.I.P.D.") will take over. "Insurgent" is eyeing a March 2015 release, and Woodley and co-star Theo James are already on board to return.

    If the movies stick to that schedule, the third installment, “Allegiant,” will arrive in March 2016

    Adrian Grenier Responds To Mark Wahlberg's 'Entourage' Comments

    Jerry Ferrara wasn't the only cast member to respond to Mark Wahlberg's claims that "greedy" people were holding up the feature adaptation of "Entourage." On Friday, star Adrian Grenier used his Instagram account to comment on the film's development process. The status of the "Entourage" movie has been the source of much contention since the New York Post's Page Six column reported in September that Grenier and Ferrara were among the cast members who had not signed on for the planned film.

    Grenier has long been excited about "Entourage." During an interview in April with HuffPost Live to discuss the documentary "How To Make Money Selling Drugs," he sounded hopeful that the film would come together. "Making movies is hard. It's going to take some time," he said, before addressing the fans: "I know you're anxious. I am too."

    UPDATE: Speaking to TMZ on Sunday, "Entourage" star Kevin Connolly said the film was going to happen, and while nothing was official just yet, it looked likely to star production in January. Connolly had similar enthusiasm for the film back in April of this year. "Everything is such hard work, but that'll be like a vacation," Connolly said to HuffPost Entertainment about returning to "Entourage." "It can't happen fast enough for me."

    Salman Khan's leading lady Sana charged with attempted kidnap of girl, goes absconding

    Salman Khan's leading day in his home production Mental, Sana Khan has been declared absconding after she was charged with alleged attempted abduction of a 15-year-old girl for rejecting her cousin's marriage proposal, police said today.

    Navi Mumbai police have already arrested four persons --Sana's cousin Naved Khan (22) and his three friends Kshitij Dubey (22) and Vismit Ambre (23) and a 17-year-old boy minor -- in the case.

    Hunt is on to trace the 25-year-old actress, said Panduranga Sawant, inspector at Turbhe police station here.

    "Our teams had also gone to the residence of Sana in Mumbai but she was not there," Sawant told PTI.

    As Sana has gone into hiding, Mental's shooting schedule has reportedly got disrupted.

    According to police, the victim studying in ninth standard had befriended Naved on social networking site Facebook in November last year. Later they started meeting.

    After a few months, Naved proposed marriage to her but the girl refused. However, Naved kept pursuing her when she stopped meeting him and discontinued her FB account.

    "On April 30 evening, when the girl was returning home in Sanpada, Naved stopped her at Mora circle area. He was found accompanied by three of his friends and Sana, who was at the wheel of a BMW car," said Sawant.

    Naved and his friends tried to drag the girl into Sana's car, but she managed to free herself and ran towards her house, Sawant added.

    Sana, Naved and his friends were already at her house when the victim reached home, where they had a heated argument before leaving.

    Holly Madison to Her Baby Name Haters: I Don’t Care What You Think!

    Holly Madison is so ecstatic over motherhood that she's thumbing her nose at the haters who have criticized her baby name selection.

    The new mom, who welcomed daughter Rainbow Aurora on March 5, dismissed her critics in a brief but succinct blog post she published over the weekend.

    "There are a lot of smug haters out there who bag on my choice of a name, but I don’t care about what they think," wrote the 33-year-old, who welcomed the baby with her party promoter beau, Pasquale Rotella. "I want my daughter to be proud of who she is and learn to speak up and stand up for herself at a young age. I spent most of my life being a people-pleaser who worried about what other people thought or thought was cool and I don’t want that for her."

    Madison went on to talk about how she picked the name Rainbow, noting that she didn't invent it. It was actually the name of a girl she knew when she was growing up.

    "I have always loved the name Rainbow," shared Madison, who was born Hollin Sue Cullen. "There was a girl in my school a few years younger than me named Rainbow and I was so envious of her name because it was so pretty and unusual. She was a perfectly normal, well-adjusted, sporty girl, by the way, so I’m not worried about my daughter being 'traumatized' by having an unusual name."

    The reality TV star concluded by writing, "I couldn’t be more blessed to have such a perfect daughter and have never been happier than I am now!"

    Beyonce Super Bowl Halftime Show Singer Stuns With All-Out Display

    For some, Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show was to be the Big Game's finest moment. But for all who tuned in to see the singer perform, it's clear she brought her A game.

    Beyonce worked through a medley of her hits, including "Love on Top," "Crazy in Love," "End of Time," and "Baby Boy" before she was joined by Destiny's Child bandmates Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland. The trio started with "Bootylicious" and worked through "Independent Woman" before collaborating on "Single Ladies," which is a Beyonce song.

    Rowland and Williams then left the stage, leaving Beyonce to perform "Halo" solo.

    The show featured plenty of fire, ice and smoke, with Beyonce appearing on a rising platform. She was clad in an all-black ensemble with heels and a leather-like get-up. Early in the set, she threw her jacket into the audience. At some point, she used a screen that recalled her 2011 Billboard Music Awards performance.

    Before the game started, Jennifer Hudson and a chorus of children from Sandy Hook Elementary School sang "America the Beautiful." Alicia Keys then performed the national anthem while seated at a piano.

    Last year, Madonna headlined the show. She was joined by Nicki Minaj, M.I.A. and LMFAO. The show was perhaps most notable for M.I.A.'s decision to give the middle finger to the camera, and the 114 million people who were watching at home. Given its massive viewership (3 million more people watched the halftime show than the game itself), headlining the event often translates into a sizable increase in sales of the performer's music.

    A number of music's biggest names have performed at past Super Bowls, including Ella Fitzgerald, Andy Williams, The Rolling Stones, Prince, The Who, Gloria Estefan and, of course, Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson. Early games featured only college marching bands, and for quite a few years, Up With People performed. More information on the history of the halftime show is available in our earlier coverage.

    John Wilkinson Dead Rhythm Guitarist For Elvis Presley Dies At 67

    Rhythm guitar player John Wilkinson, who performed with Elvis Presley more than a thousand times, has died at his home in southwest Missouri. He was 67.

    Wilkinson passed away Friday at his home in Springfield after a fight with cancer, according to a family spokesman and the Gorman-Scharpf Funeral Home. Priscilla and Lisa Marie Presley offered their "deepest sympathy" to his family, saying in a statement that "John and the beautiful music he made with Elvis will live forever in our hearts."

    Wilkinson first met Elvis Presley when he was 10 years old after sneaking into his dressing room before a show at the Shrine Mosque in Springfield. He amused Presley when he told him, "You can't play guitar worth a damn."

    Family friend and spokesman Gary Ellison said a Springfield history museum recalled the pair's meeting in an exhibit that ran until about three weeks ago.

    "John loved to tell that story," Ellison, a fellow musician, said Friday.

    After the chance meeting, Wilkinson developed a name for himself as a singer and guitarist, performing with such groups as The New Christy Minstrels.

    He was 23 when Presley saw him perform on a television show in Los Angeles in 1968, and asked him to join the TCB Band – not knowing he was the youngster who insulted his playing a decade earlier, Ellison recalled.

    Wilkinson went on to play 1,200 shows as Presley's rhythm guitar player until the legendary singer's death in 1977.

    "John considered Elvis more as a friend than as a boss," Ellison said.

    Even after suffering a stroke in 1989 that left him unable to play the guitar, Wilkinson continued singing with fellow musicians, including the old TCB Band (the acronym stood for Taking Care of Business), and also made a living in retail and airline services management.

    "He was honestly one of the best acoustic guitar players I'd ever heard," Ellison recalled, adding that Wilkinson kept in touch with many of the performers from the folk music era in the late 1960s and early `70s.

    A statement from the family, released through Ellison, said Wilkinson also was proud of the fact that he never turned down a request for an autograph.

    "It didn't matter if he was meeting adoring fans, joking with Chuck Berry about keeping his B-string in tune, or if he was talking to a neighbor about her dog, people were people to him," the statement said.

    Best Series Finales Ever, Including 'M*A*S*H,' 'The Shield,' 'The Sopranos,' 'Friends' And More

    It's been exactly two years since the series finale of "Lost" and you probably still love it/hate it as much as you did that night. No matter your stance on "Lost's" mystical ending, the fact that a series could polarize fans so instantly means that it did its job -- even if you didn't get all the answers you wanted. The "Lost" series finale will go down as one of the most controversial in TV history, and that's saying a lot. But was it one of the best series finales? With the "Lost" anniversary and "House" and "Desperate Housewives" both recently being laid to rest, HuffPost TV thought it'd be a good time to round up the most iconic, hilarious, touching and perfect series finales of all time -- click through our gallery to see what we deemed the top 14. Then, share your thoughts in the comments.

    ABC's 'The Bachelor' Expected To Face Racial Discrimination Suit

    ABC’s reality dating game show series, which includes “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette,” is expected to face a class-action lawsuit this week for racial discrimination due to its failure of featuring minority contestants on the show.

    According to TMZ, attorneys for Nathaniel Claybrooks and Christopher Johnson will file the complaint in federal court on Wednesday morning against ABC production companies Warner Horizon Television, Next Entertainment, NZK Productions and “Bachelor” executive producer Mike Fleiss.

    Sources tell the site that both plaintiffs attended a Nashville audition at a local hotel claiming that a producer questioned their attendance before leaving the two out of the normal audition process. Both believe their race led to the producer’s decision to not contact them following the audition.

    The show’s lack of diversity over the course of 23 seasons has raised a few questions in recent years as to why there has never been a non-white bachelor. Last year show creator, Fleiss told Entertainment Weekly that he and his production team are always looking to cast for ethnic diversity, “it’s just that for whatever reason, they don’t come forward. I wish they would.”

    Keane, 'Disconnected' Music Video: Band Releases '70s Horror Movie-Inspired Video

    Keane's new video for their latest single "Disconnected" looks like it could have been a deleted scene from 1979's "Amityville Horror."

    Inspired by '70s horror classics, the video was filmed in an actual haunted house in Barcelona, Spain.

    The visuals for "Disconnected," the second single off the British band's latest album Strangeland, were co-directed by Spanish directors Juan Antonio Bayona and Sergio G Sanchez. Baynoa and Sanchez both worked together on 2007 horror movie "The Orphanage."

    Fans of Keane may notice that the band's new material is geared heavily toward the pop-rock sound of their last album Perfect Symmetry, but the band has said that there will be elements from their first two studio albums on Strangeland.

    "Sonically, I think it's probably close to Under The Iron Sea," bandmate Tim Rice-Oxley said during a 50 Fan Questions video segment. "I think there are elements of all three albums as you'd expect, but I think Under The Iron Sea had a very good balance of that really strong, emotional core but also some amazing soundscape and a lot of energy peeks and also some really intimate moments like 'Hamburg Song' and 'Try Again.'"

    Keane also cited The Vaccines and their debut album as an inspiration for Strangeland, which eventually led them to work with The Vaccines producer Dan Grech.

    We're Living In Kraftwerk's World, Finally

    Are we living in the future that Kraftwerk once imagined?

    It's become something of a cliché to say so, now that the German pioneers of electronic music have been inducted into the art-world canon thanks to an eight-date engagement at the Museum of Modern Art that wraps up Tuesday.

    But what do we really mean when we say that Kraftwerk predicted our present?

    Certainly, today's music owes a debt to the music Kraftwerk -- and Kraftwerk alone -- was making back in the 1970s and early '80s. It's compulsory to mention that hip-hop founding father Afrika Bambaataa sampled Kraftwerk in his early track "Planet Rock," but Kraftwerk's influence can be heard everywhere from Coachella's Sahara tent, where the festival's biggest house and dubstep DJ's perform, to Top 40 radio, where Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Katy Perry can be heard crooning over synthetic bloops and blips.

    (I can remember hearing Fatboy Slim's subtly sampled "Praise You" not long after it came out -- sometime in 1998 -- and thinking, "My God, everything has changed. No one will ever settle for music made without digital trickery again." Of course, I was wrong -- but not entirely. And even though that was 14 years ago, it was also almost a quarter century after Kraftwerk released its groundbreaking album, Autobahn.)

    Kraftwerk's Rolf Hütter is too smart to claim credit for inventing electronic music. "We're the antenna catching information, the transmitter giving information, back and forth," he told The New York Times in a recent interview. But Kraftwerk gets credit for being first. At a time when music's biggest names were rocking arenas, igniting disco infernos, hopping the soul train or leaving the lite on, Hütter and his bandmates (he's the only original member left) were trying to sound like computers.

    What made them do that?

    For one thing, they needed a differentiator -- what used to be called gimmick. No one else was making pop music that sounded like it originated on a mainframe. But it's also true that, for Germans in the 1970s, looking forward was probably a lot more fun than looking back. If the past was defined by political catastrophe, and the present by tension and division, perhaps the future would be better. And if it wasn't going to be better -- was, in fact, going to be even worse -- who better to warn of the dangers than four Germans whose society had been through the fires of hell?

    Kendall Jenner Bikini Pictures of Forever Hot

    Whoa, need to be careful about what is said here of these bikini photos Kendall Jenner herself shared on her website. For although Kendall is more mature than most girls twice her age, definitely richer, more professionally involved, driving a Range Rover or Mercedes, depending on the day of the week, jetting around the world, and, as a Kardashian, responsible for pimping the shizz out of shizz for money to feed the family kitty, she is but an innocent teen girl, just trying to make her way quietly through life. Well, kinda sorta.

    In these Sinisha Nisevic shot photographs for the Frenchie periodical, Flavor magazine, Kendall shows precisely why though she's already a good earner for the family, her life remains in constant peril from her older, chunkier, shorter half-sisters who must see her as an obvious threat to their narcissistic queendoms.
    If Kendall can make it to her 18th birthday, then things are going to get really awesome, and we're taking off the censorship gloves.

    Tina Fey Reportedly Joins Nancy Meyers Comedy

    Interns are so hot right now. On the heels of the news that Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson will co-star in the comedy "The Internship," comes word that Tina Fey will lead "The Intern." Deadline.com reports that Fey is attached to star in the new comedy from writer-director Nancy Meyers.

    The film will apparently focus on a platonic friendship between a businesswoman and her 70-year-old male intern. No word yet on which elder actor will star in the film, but apparently Meyers already has someone on her radar. Considering she's worked with Jack Nicholson in the past, just start crossing your fingers now that the soon-to-be 75-year-old actor is Meyers' choice. After all, who wouldn't want to see Fey battle wits with Jack onscreen?

    This is the second Meyers project announced in the last day. She's also going to direct "The Chelsea" with star Felicity Jones. That film was written by Meyers' daughter. Whether "The Chelsea" or "The Intern" will shoot first is unclear, but the idea is to start filming "The Intern" in the first quarter of 2013.

    For more on the project, including why Meyers wanted to make the film with Fey, head over to Deadline.com.

    Sofia Vergara 'SNL' Monologue: Actress Pokes Fun At Accent

    Sofia Vergara made her SNL debut this week with a hilarious open monologue and a cleavage-friendly outfit.

    The 'Modern Family' star talked immigrating to America from Colombia and how "everyone was so nice ... this country welcomed me with open arms and pulled-down pants."

    She also discussed her trademark accent.

    "This accent can make anything sound sexy," she said.

    We can't argue with that.

    Rihanna Would 'Love' To Portray Whitney Houston In Biopic

    Rihanna has officially thrown her hat in the ring for the role of Whitney Houston if there is ever to be a biopic and a role to be played.

    Reports recently abounded that record label executive Clive Davis was heading up efforts to make a biographical film to honor his close friend, but Davis has since denied the rumors.

    Rihanna was reportedly being considered for the role, but she recently revealed that she would "love" to portray the legend.

    "That would be something that I would have to give my entire life to do because I would want to really pull it off," Rihanna told The Press Association. "That's a huge, huge role and whoever does it has to do a good job."

    Rihanna was on the short list of contenders for the role, along with Jennifer Hudson, Vivica Fox and "Sparkle" star Jordin Sparks. Brandy was also mentioned in some reports.

    Though Rihanna may lack acting experience compared to the other candidates, she's not completely new to the industry. The Talk That Talk singer is set to debut her acting abilities in her first film, "Battleship," alongside Alexander Skarsgard, Brooklyn Decker and Liam Neeson. The sci fi thriller will be released in the U.S. in May.

    But for Rihanna, portraying Whitney is not so much about acting experience, but about the chance to represent her musical inspiration on the big screen.

    "My first song that I remember falling in love with was a Whitney Houston song -- 'I Will Always Love You,'" Rihanna said. "It was really inspiring and it made me develop a passion for music, so really she's partly responsible for me being here in this industry."

    Katy Perry Movie: Singer Reveals Name, Date Of 3D Documentary

    A while back, it was announced that Katy Perry would join the ranks of Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber and be the subject of her own 3D "documentary-style film." And, it turns out, it wasn't a dream!
    The singer revealed the name of her doc-to-be while on the red carpet at Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards. Perry told E!'s Kelly Osbourne that the movie's title is to be "Katy Perry: Part of Me." She also hinted at the possibility of a Fourth of July release date, when she urged fans to "go and see it and be a firework." (Get it? Clever lady!)
    Katy Perry Concert Movie
    Piggybacking off the you-better-belieb-it success of "Never Say Never," bigwig producing partners Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz, are in talks to direct the 3D concert. The film is said to chronicle Perry's public and private life.
    Perry's life both on stage and off has certainly been eventful; she's dominated Top-40 charts with her poppy tunes, which include "I Kissed A Girl," "California Gurls," "Teenage Dream," "Firework," "Last Friday Night," and "The One That Got Away." The singer's personal life has also been a bit of a whirlwind as her marriage to Russell Brand ended back in December 2011.

    'True Blood' Season 5: Promo Reveals New Footage

    "True Blood" fans, this is the video you have been waiting for: The first truly new promo for Season 5 has arrived.

    Paired with the Season 2 premiere of "Game of Thrones," the first promo features lots of fangs, shirtless men and people making out. Oh yeah, it's 30 seconds of new footage.

    "True Blood" returns this June with a bevy of new cast members including former "Law & Order: SVU" star Christopher Meloni.

    The other "True Blood" spots have been about the inability to escape the past and buried secrets ... that aren't staying underground.

    Last time we were in Bon Temps in "True Blood" Season 4, Alcide confessed his feelings for Sookie, the witch was defeated and Tara took a bullet to the head. The promo features a bloody Sookie digging a hole ... but for who?

    Watch it the trailer here and speculate in the comments below.

    Jennifer Lopez: 'Dance Again' Single Debuts On Youtube

    It's here! Jennifer Lopez's newest single "Dance Again" (Click to listen on Youtube) has finally arrived!

    After weeks of teasing sneak peaks and snippets of photos, the full audio version of the J.Lo-Pitbull collaboration debuted on Youtube. Though the accompanying music video will not be released until April 5, today's video features the full lyrics in all their flashy, glittery glory.

    A quick electro beat and rapid clapping pushes the momentum of the song from the start as Pitbull launches into a brief introduction.

    The beat shifts from upbeat pings and claps to a bass backdrop as Lopez takes over the vocals.

    "Nobody knows what I'm feeling inside. I find it so stupid so why should I hide that I love to make love to you baby," she sings.

    The quick electro beat returns, revving up the energy before the chorus: "I wanna dance and love and dance again."

    That's the line that will surely get stuck in your head.

    J.Lo fans have been in a frenzy on Twitter today awaiting the release of soon-to-be dance hit.

    Read some of the enthusiastic reactions to "Dance Again" in the gallery below.

    'Mad Men' Season 5 Sally Draper: What Do Big Changes Mean For Don Draper's Kids?

    So, there you have it, "Mad Men" fans -- we finally know the status of Don Draper's relationship with Megan.

    (Warning: If you haven't watched the "Mad Men" Season 5 premiere yet, stop right here or risk being spoiled.)

    In tonight's long-awaited Season 5 premiere (read Mo Ryan's full recap here), we found out that Don actually married his new Mrs. Draper, Megan (Jessica Pare). The two are living it up in their swanky Manhattan party pad -- Zoo Be Zoo Be Zoo! -- and, of course, she's been promoted from front desk receptionist to copywriter at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.

    But how will their marriage affect Megan's relationship with Don and Betty's three children? After such a fun trip to L.A. together, is the Megan-Sally friendship kaput? It's hard to tell in the premiere, with the "new" Draper family chatting over breakfast ... Sally seems happy, but you never know with that little emotional timebomb.

    I caught up with Sally Draper herself, actress Kiernan Shipka (read part 1 of our chat here), to find out her reaction when she learned about the changes this season, and how Sally is coping with it. Could Sally and Megan really "become best buds this season," like she teases? Only time will tell ...

    What was your reaction when you read the first script and realized that Don and Megan had actually gotten married?
    I was happy and I was excited, but I was kind of surprised ... a lot went through my head.

    Well, of all the kids, I feel like Sally would be happiest to have a young, fun new stepmom ... but she'd also be affected the most.
    Definitely. I mean, we saw how she didn't like Faye last season, so ... [Laughs.] Who knows how she's gonna like Megan as her dad's wife?

    In that scene where they're all having breakfast together in Don and Megan's new place, you can't really tell what Sally's thinking. Can you give us some insight into the new dynamic and how Sally feels about it all?
    I think, to be honest, she's just kind of adjusting to the new dynamic. She's kind of coping with what's going on.

    'Hunger Games' Exposes Myth of Technological Progress

    Tomorrow's world of "The Hunger Games" doesn't just showcase the reality TV spectacle of teenagers battling to the death — it also features futuristic hovercraft, force fields and bioengineered "Mutt" creatures. Those technological marvels represent tools of oppression for the dystopian nation of Panem, where the Capitol elite live in high-tech luxury supported by the old-fashioned sweat of district coal miners, farm hands and factory workers.

    But the popularity of the "Hunger Games" series has not stopped some fans from eying the technological imbalances of the story. Some question why a post-apocalyptic North America filled with futuristic technologies would still rely upon coal for its electricity needs; others wonder about the story's complete absence of the Internet. One character in "The Hunger Games" books complains about "forgotten" military technologies such as high-flying planes, military satellites and robotic drones, even as he rides inside a hovercraft.

    Such "gaps" in technology don't necessarily represent plot holes, according to historians of science and technology. Real societies have adopted or rejected technologies based on whether they suited their particular economic, political or cultural circumstances.

    "Technology is not pre-determined as "better" — it becomes better when a society deems it to be better or more advanced," said Joline Zepcevski, a researcher with a Ph.D. in the history of science and technology at the University of Minnesota. "With respect to "The Hunger Games," there is no reason why a new society, rising from the ashes of an old society, would necessarily re-invent the same technologies."

    Technology has come and gone throughout history, said Marie Hicks, an assistant professor of history of technology at the Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago. Electric cars appeared on U.S. roads at the start of the 20th century, but disappeared for almost a century before making their recent comeback. Supersonic civilian jetliners made their debut with the Concorde in 1976, but ended up grounded in 2003.

    Tori Spelling To Host 'My Little Pony' Royal Wedding

    Right on the heels of the news that she's pregnant with her fourth child, Tori Spelling has another important announcement: She's hosting the "My Little Pony" Royal Wedding.

    After serving as co-host for E!'s coverage of Prince William and Kate Middleton's British Royal Wedding last year, Spelling is reprising her role for the union of Princess Celestia’s niece, Princess Cadence, to Twilight Sparkle’s brother, Shining Armor, on the animated series "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic."
    As part of the festivities, Spelling will host a "bridle" shower event at the Tea House in Culver City on Saturday, April 14 and appear in the commercials for the wedding special.

    The two-part "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic" Royal Wedding episode, “A Canterlot Wedding,” will air on Saturday, April 21, from 1-2 p.m. ET on The Hub.

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