Yesterday Gracie attended Pop Singer Temara Melek’s UNICEF Halloween Party, i have added 6 beautiful images of Gracie at the party in her biker costume. Make sure to check out the images over in the gallery. What are you dressing up for halloween this year?

Laura     October 10,2012     0 Comments

Hey Guys, while we wait for Supah Ninjas Season 2, you can now watch the entire season 1 of Supah Ninjas on Hulu! Be sure to catch up on the episodes, and all the action so you’ll be ready for even more madness when Supah Ninjas Season 1 hits Nickelodeon! Click on the link below to check out Season 1.

Laura     October 10,2012     0 Comments

Hi guys, if you remember watching the Supah Secret Ninja Files on I have finally added Captures from the videos to the gallery! In the 2 bonus videos Gracie gives us a empowering lesson on lipstick haha. Make sure to check out the captures over in the gallery, and i’ll have videos up on our youtube channel sometime tomorrow.

Laura     September 30,2012     0 Comments

Gracie Dzienny attended Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play Celebration during NYC Big Brothers Big Sisters RBC Rase for the Kids Event in New York City along with Matt Bennett, Daniella Monet and Lucas Cruikshank. While their the stars played a live game of ‘Figure it out’ on stage with host Jeff Stuphen. I have added around 28 Images of Gracie from the event. Make sure to check them out!

Nickelodeon World Wide Day of Play Celebration during NYC Big Brothers Big Sisters RBC Race for the Kids Event

Laura     September 28,2012     0 Comments

Hi Guys, below are all the IMO Episode’s for this week. The Girls interview Cody Christian from Pretty Little Liars and Runaways Star. They talk about Peer Pressure in High School, Who Has it easier Girls of Boys, and what’s in their bags! Be sure to check out HD Captures over in the gallery by clicking on the links below.

Episode 68: Favorite Twitter Hashtags
Episode 69: How to Deal with Peer Pressure in High School
Episode 70: Cody Christian Interview (Pretty Little Liars)
Episode 71: Who Has it Easter Boys or Girls?
Episode 72: What’s in My Bag?

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Laura     September 23,2012     0 Comments

Nickelodeon’s “Supah Ninjas” is hoping for a third round of filming in Western Pennsylvania.

The high-energy children’s action-comedy is in the final stages of filming its second season at 31st Street Studios, a converted Strip District steel mill that hugs the Allegheny River. Show executives and the Pittsburgh Film Office are keeping their nunchuks crossed that the show can be renewed for a third season, which could be a boon for the Steel City.

“The crew base here in Pittsburgh is tremendous,” says Eric S. Garcia, a 1986 Upper St. Clair High School grad who created the show with Leo Chu. Both men serve as executive producers. “We knew coming here would be a huge advantage for us and the show.”

“Supah Ninjas” traces the misadventures of three teens: Mike (Ryan Potter), his BFF Owen (Carlos Knight) and Amanda (Gracie Dzienny) as they kick an assortment of bad guy butts all over Empire City.

“Supah Ninjas” also stars “Star Trek” alum George Takei as Mike’s dead grandfather who channels guidance to the trio as a hologram.

Each week, there’s a new celebrity villain to tame; Christopher “Kid” Reid and Sydney Tamia Poitier are among antagonists who’ve been whipped by the trio. And executives for WWE announced recently that Big Show is expected to reprise his role as celebrity villain Two-Ton Harley.

No exact date has been set for when season 2 of “Supah Ninjas” will premiere, although it’s expected in 2013.

The first season was filmed in Hollywood.

Cast members say they’ve had little trouble adjusting to life in Pittsburgh during filming, which began in June. They dove into some of the city’s offerings.

Potter, an avid baseball fan, is a fixture at PNC Park during Pirates’ home games; Dzienny says she has developed an affinity for several of the Steel City’s shopping malls; and Knight dotes on the panoramic views of the city and its twisty rivers from Mt. Washington.

“It’s exciting for a city to embrace us the way Pittsburgh has,” says Knight, 19.

Garcia and Chu previously teamed as executive producers on the hit animé series “Afro Samurai,” voiced by Samuel L. Jackson, and the television movie “Afro Samurai: Resurrection.” The latter made history as the first animé project to ever win a primetime Emmy Award.

It can be tough for studios to find experienced crews outside of New York City and Los Angeles. Garcia, who studied fine arts at Dickinson College in Carlisle, says Pittsburgh’s film talent has deepened in recent years, and crews also can make use of the city’s diverse scenery.

A 25 percent tax credit the state grants productions that spend at least 60 percent of their budget in Pennsylvania has helped keep the city a desirable place to shoot in recent years.

Lawmakers have let stand the $60 million a year tax-credit program, although its overall budget is smaller from the $75 million it was in 2009.

“We’ve had pilots before, but our goal has always been to have series work in Pittsburgh,” says Dawn Keezer, director of the Pittsburgh Film Office. “Longer-term employment for casts and crew is simply a benefit for us all.”

From 2007 to September 2011, the state awarded $242.5 million in credits. “Supah Ninjas” employs 200 to 250 people, including set designers, costumers, makeup artists and grips.


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