Majestic Actors has free tickets for kids ages 11-18 and their parents to see studio tapings of the Disney TV show “KICKIN IT”for next Tuesday 2/1/11 at 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Hollywood Center Studios and the new Nickelodeon TV show called “Bucket and Skinners Epic Adventures”for ages 10-18 years old at the Sunset Bronson Studios in Hollywood. Email Karla at firstname.lastname@example.org for details and tell her Hollywood Mom Blog sent you!
KICKIN’ IT! is a new live action comedy for Disney XD set at the Bobby Wasabi Martial Arts Academy, a strip mall martial arts studio and worst dojo in the under performing nationwide Bobby Wasabi chain. There, a ragtag crew of lovable misfits welcomes a hotshot skateboarder named Jack, who will teach a group of neighborhood goofballs about life, karate and how to just plain kick it. The Bobby Wasabi Martial Arts Academy is in danger of closing until Sensei Rudy recruits Jack, the only person who can restore glory to Bobby Wasabii and vanquish their bitter rival The Golden Dragon. Jack reluctantly joins the dojo and meets his new crew, tough guy and slacker Jerry, awkward yet confident Milton and the lovable and uncoordinated Eddie. These underdogs soon realize their newfound friendship will take them places they never quite imagined. Starring are Jason Earles (“Hannah Montana”) as Rudy, Leo Howard (Disney Channel’s short-form series “Leo Little’s Big Show”) as Jack, Mateo Arias (“Cold Case,” “Hannah Montana,”) as Jerry, Dylan Riley Snyder (“Life During Wartime”) as Milton, Alex Jones as Eddie and Olivia Holt (“Black & Blue”) as Kim.
“Bucket and Skinners Epic Adventures” follows the escapades of two best friend surfers on their quest for awesomeness in the beach town of Pacific Bluffs, California. While Bucket (Taylor Gray) is a 15 year old Freshman who has his sites set on taking high school by storm, making the surf team, becoming class President and dating his lifetime crush, Kelly, an upperclassman, Skinner (Dillon Lane) his lifelong buddy, is completely satisfied just eating tacos and catching waves. Whether it s dealing with the arrogant sophomore bully, Aloe, (Glenn McCuen) trying not to be outwitted by Kelly’s conniving little sister, Piper (Tiffany Espensen) or just hanging out at Bucket’s Uncle’s surf shop, these two friends are inseparable. They may not be the smartest guys in the world, but nothing is going to stop them from living the Southern California dream. A new buddy comedy for Nickelodeon about two best friend surfer dudes on a never-ending quest for awesomeness.
Non-Pay. Free Tickets to live taping only. Parents Welcome. Please contact Majestic quickly to reserve yourself a space!