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Saturday, May 16, 2009
According to Billboard.com, the rock trio has moved their May 17 concert at Arena Monterrey in Mexico to July.
The Web site for the arena lists the new Jonas Brothers show date and times, listing an afternoon and a night performance on July 31.
According to Billboard, the venue explained the postponement on their Web site, saying it was "due to health precautions in the whole country as a consequence of the outbreak of the A(H1N1) flu."
"We know the situation is stabilizing and that many fans travel long distances to live the experience of seeing a Jonas Brothers concert," the statement read on the venue's Web site, according to Billboard. "That is why we hope that your experience and your enjoyment of the concert will be as pleasant as possible."
The venue will honor the May 17 tickets for the two shows scheduled for July, says Billboard.
The key difference: "Bandslam," due in theaters in August, is being released by the new studio behind "Twilight," well outside the tween hit-making machine that made her a star. Now 20, the actress-singer says she's ready for roles that mark a departure from her shy and geeky Gabriella Montez character — and from Disney.
"It definitely is a love-hate thing, you know," Hudgens said in a recent interview. "Disney is incredible. And 'High School Musical' did wonders and I could not be more thankful. But at the same time, people see me as my character, Gabriella. And I'm just excited to kind of branch out of that and have people see me in a new light."
"You can put yourself in a hole in the ground if you continue to do the same thing. And that's kind of why I want to branch out," Hudgens said. "But yeah, of course it's always something that's somewhat frightening."
Her biggest leap: Playing a lead in Zack Snyder's next film. The director of "300" and "Watchmen" wrote and is directing "Sucker Punch," about girls trying, at least inside their heads, to break out of a mental institution.
"People I think are going to be genuinely shocked," Hudgens said. "It's about these girls in a mental institution that in their heads gets turned around to be a brothel. And in the meanwhile they are kicking serious ass.
"They're killing people with machine guns. It's crazy. But I'm a big fan of Zack Snyder's. And I feel like everything he does is so beautiful and visual. And I can't wait to see what he's going to do with it."
Saturday, May 9, 2009
The 17 Again star rose to fame singing in the High School Musical films and explained recently: “I’ve always been a fan of music. I love it.
“It’s my life, but at the same time, it’s not necessarily my passion to an extent where I want to create it and put it out there.
“I think that potentially it could be someday.
“I think the day I could make an album is the day I could write and produce it on my own terms and when I have the skills and wisdom to do it.”