We don't often cover Nickelodeon's incredible 'The Legend of Korra' series in spite of our love for it, though the latest guest voices announced in advance of next week's Comic-Con 2013 panel are too good not to share. Joining the 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' sequel series are 'Parks and Recreation' star Aubrey Plaza, along with James Remar ('Dexter') and Lisa Edelstein ('House'), along with a number of others for Book 2: "Spirits."
Nickelodeon's 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' has plenty of fun, goofy characters that always seem to know how to break the tension. Aang, our protagonist, is a young boy who possesses a great sense of humor and a lightheartedness that brings joy to those around him. But when he goes into the Avatar State, you can bet that things are going to get very real.
If you've ever seen 'Avatar: The Last Airbender,' then chances are you're probably a fan of Toph Beifong, the blind earthbender who's a little rough around the edges, despite being from an aristocratic family. If so, then feast your eyes on this spot-on cosplay!
The 'Goonies' never say die, and we hope film stars Sean Astin and Corey Feldman never will either. It might be a long time coming yet before anyone gets a 'Goonies' sequel off the ground but that won't stop Astin and Feldman from reuniting on-screen, both lending their voices to Nickelodeon's current incarnation of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!' Astin himself has voiced the gruff Raphael from the beginning, but what mysterious role will his 'Goonies' co-star play?
Remember that awesome Nickelodeon show 'The Angry Beavers' that we either were totally obsessed with as children or we watched late last night with our best friends Ben & Jerry? If you answered yes to one of these instances, you'll be happy to know that we've actually found an 'Angry Beaver' in real life.
With the release of this summer's 'The Amazing Spider-Man,' Emma Stone's movie career is about to reach heroic new heights, but that doesn't mean the 23-year-old star is above the occasional small screen cameo. Stone is set to make an appearance in the final season of long-running Nickelodeon tween hit, 'iCarly.'
U.K boyband One Direction, the five-man (err, boy) British/Irish pop group who first came to prominence on the U.K version of 'The X Factor' two years ag,. are already poised to win the hearts of tween girls stateside. First it was a stint on the Nick hit 'iCarly' and a performance on the upcoming Kids' Choice Awards. And now, One Direction is about to invade the U.S. with their windswept hair and lilting accents on their own Nickelodeon show. But not all their fans are giddy with glee.