The gallery has been updated with screencaptures of two special features which were included on the DVD of Mandy’s film A Walk To Remember. She played Jamie Sullivan in the film, opposite Shane West as Landon Carter. The film was based on the book of the same name by Nicholas Sparks.
Thanks to my good friend Samantha who runs the amazing Shane West Daily, I’ve added screencaptures of Mandy in one of Tangled‘s special features. Untangled: The Making of a Fairytale was included on the Blu-Ray disc and showed Mandy and Zachary Levi talking about various aspects of making the film and revealing some Disney trivia. I love this movie so much, and Mandy’s facial expressions in this interview are adorable. Enjoy.
I’ve added several stills, posters and artwork from Mandy’s 2007 film Because I Said So to the gallery. Screencaptures will follow soon.
Mandy guest-starred in the first episode of season 3 of How I Met Your Mother in 2007. She played Amy, a woman who briefly dated Ted. I’ve added stills and captures to the gallery.
Mandy featured in the January 2018 edition of Shape magazine, which originally hit newsstands in December. Check out scans and the beautiful photoshoot pictures in our gallery.
Super Bowl LII may have been down from last year, but its lead-out program was way, way up.
With a 16.2 rating in metered-market households, This Is Us scored the highest post-Super Bowl TV rating in six years, per early Nielsen numbers. The special Sunday episode’s numbers were 59 percent higher than last year’s premiere of 24: Legacy.
The last post-Super Bowl telecast to grab a better rating was NBC’s The Voice in 2012, which scored a 20.0 in the metered markets.
The number is not just a record for the special time slot (This Is Us ran from 10:45 -11:49 p.m.), but the NBC family drama itself, which rose 80 percent over the show’s previous record of a 9.0 rating for the Season 1 finale last March. The special installment also jumped 128 percent over This Is Us Season 2 average (7.1).
Following the dramatic episode, the cast appeared on a post-Super Bowl edition of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, which posted a 5.7 rating in metered-market households from 12:24-1:35 a.m. ET. Sunday’s show was the third highest-rated telecast for the Fallon-led late-night program and moved ahead of its last post-Super Bowl installment in 2015 (5.5 rating).
Source: The Wrap.