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Here are a few videos of Robbie doing some interviews on the orange carpet Saturday.

411mania wrote out a synopsis of John Cena’s guest appearance on True Jackson VP.

On April 3rd, John Cena will have a cameo appearance on Nickelodeon’s True Jackson VP, which will air at 8:30 PM that night. On the show, Vivica A. Fox and Willow Smith make special appearances, playing True’s mother and young True, respectively. Meanwhile, Ryan (Matt Shively) and Jimmy’s (Robbie Amell) preview screening of John Cena’s new action movie turns into an all-night adventure when their hero Cena surprises the audience by showing up, giving Ryan and Jimmy the thrill of their lives when he brings them to the set of his next movie and later, to a celebrity hockey game.

Are you excited for it?

Robbie Amell stops by to chat with JJJ at the 2010 Kids’ Choice Awards held at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion on Saturday (March 27) in Los Angeles.

The 22-year-old True Jackson VP star is currently working on Cartoon Network’s Scooby Doo 2 in Los Angeles. We can’t wait to see it!

Robbie also dished to us about the baseball game we heard about earlier in the week from the Big Time Rush guys. He even brought some fighting words, saying, “Big Time Rush is going to Big Time Lose. We have a gigantic game coming up in April and let’s get real…True Jackson is going to dominate over BTR. It will be a Big Time Game.”

WHO DO YOU THINK will win the game — True Jackson VP or Big Time Rush?

Source: Just Jared, Jr.

Fanlala has posted a new video behind the scenes of Robbie’s photoshoot with Matthew Jordan Smith. Enjoy!

Curse of the Lake Monster in Autumn 2010
Warner Premiere and Cartoon Network are once again partnering for the production and broadcast of a live-action Scooby-Doo movie. This time around, the gang is a little bit more familiar with one another than before, but still manages to stumble over one another in solving the latest mystery to take hold of their little slice of suburbia. The new television movie, Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster, is scheduled to air on the children’s entertainment channel later this year, with a home video release tentatively scheduled for next spring. Mystery Inc. is back on the case, and this time around, the teens are tasked with solving the case of a mysterious frog monster.

The first installment of the live-action reboot, Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins, successfully struck a quirky but familiar balance among a new cast of actors (and CG Scooby-Doo), making for a rather engaging small screen surprise last autumn. A prequel, The Mystery Begins brought together the mystery-solving foursome and a cowardly Great Dane with memorable efficiency. Now, Warner Premiere heads into production on the next film in the series, Curse of the Lake Monster, tracking down Fred, Daphne, Velma, and Shaggy — assuredly still in their high school years. The new television movie will premiere on Cartoon Network autumn 2010, and enter the home video market next spring.

After Mystery Inc. heads out to a country club during the summer months to take up a summer job or two, the crew senses something afoot at a nearby lake.

Daphne’s uncle owns the country club, but any sense of security is quickly lost when the gang unearths myriad strange happenings — a few peculiar and unwanted characters roaming the grounds, including one so-called “Frog monster” on the loose.

As Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster continues, regardless of whether “there’s no such things as Frog Monsters,” everyone’s favorite four-plus-one mystery solvers move into action to keep the peace.

Brian Levant and Brian Gilbert, director and producer (respectively) for the previous direct-to-TV live-action Scooby movie, remain in position for Curse of the Lake Monster. Atlas Entertainment likewise keeps the core cast of the live-action movie in tact from the previous film as well: Robbie Amell (“Fred”), Kate Melton (“Daphne”), Hayley Kiyoko (“Velma”), and Nick Palatas (“Shaggy”). Animation Picture Company will be providing the physical animation production for Scooby-Doo.

Source: Animation Insider

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