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Night of the Living Fred Role: Fred Figglehorn Type: Movie Status: Post Production
Who's Ready to Party? Role: Fred Figglehorn Type: CD Status: Released
Marvin, Marvin Role: Marvin Type: Television Series Status: Pre-Production
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Fred Figglehorn is a six year old fictional character created by sixteen year old Lucas Cruikshank, Fred's family consists of just him and his mother, but occasionally you will see the 'neighborhood squirrels'. He films himself doing all kinds of adventures and posts them online, even though his mother says he can't use her camera. Some of the things he's posted online are of him going grocery shopping because his mom can't because she got two jobs to pay for the bills, another is him getting a job at a tattoo parlor, and sneaking his way in a scary movie. One of his biggest goals is to get the attention of his crush, Judy, who seems to be more interested in Fred's enemy, Kevin.
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Hey guys! My name is Frederick and I’m the new owner of Lucas-Cruikshank.com and am working on getting everything up to date. I’ve been a huge fan of Lucas’ for years and have been wanting to do a fan site for him for forever. I’m excited to get everything up to date now so stay tuned for a new look and tons of updates!
Hello everybody, I’ve got a fairly big update for you all. Firstly, I’ve added 1 picture Lucas uploaded to his Twitter, wearing his Halloween costume (which is Wario from Mario Bros).
I’ve added 12 high quality stills of the 2nd Fred movie, Night of the Living Fred.
I’ve also added 8 high quality behind the scenes photos from the movie.
I’ve replaced the stills we’ve had in the gallery from Lucas’ guest appearance on iCarly. They’re now the highest quality available and untagged (apart from the sites tag).
Like above, the behind the scenes pictures from his iCarly guest appearance are replaced, the same as above… untagged (same as above, the sites tag only) and highest quality.
I’ve added 5 high quality stills of Lucas’ guest appearance on Supah Ninjas.
Also from his guest appearance on Supah Ninjas, I’ve added 3 high quality behind the scenes pictures.
And lastly, I’ve added 1 high quality photo from a photoshoot Lucas did.
Site wise, on October 21, the site hit it’s 2 year anniversary. I’m so happy that I followed my instinct on making this site because it’s so fun to update and seriously show my love and support for Lucas. It’s been a great 2 years, so here’s me hoping a 3rd year will be coming up.
Also, if you didn’t hear, Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred got 13 million viewers over the weekend it aired. I was so shocked when I saw that… so awesome.
“SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Internet sensation Lucas Cruikshank is back as the fast-talking, hyperactive teenager “Fred Figglehorn” in a brand-new TV movie, Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred, premiering Saturday, Oct. 22, at 8 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon. Kicking off the Halloween season and based on one of the most popular internet characters of all time, the two-hour sequel follows Fred on his latest quest to expose his new music teacher, Mr. Devlin, as a vampire.
Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred stars Cruikshank in the title role and showcases Modern Family’s Ariel Winter as Talia, WWE’s John Cena as Fred’s dad and Victorious’ Daniella Monet as Bertha. The movie follows Fred Figglehorn after he discovers that his favorite music teacher has been replaced by a new instructor, Mr. Devlin (Seth Morris). Fred gets even more upset when he finds out that Kevin (Jake Weary), his arch enemy, is Mr. Devlin’s star pupil. Just when Fred thinks his situation couldn’t get any worse, Mr. Devlin moves next door and begins dating his mom. After seeing his new neighbor bury something in his backyard, it dawns on Fred that Mr. Devlin is a vampire! Fred’s new mission is to convince the rest of the school of Devlin’s true identity.
“Lucas is a hilarious screen presence who resonates with his legions of fans whether it be on television, in movies or on his internet show,” said Marjorie Cohn, President, Original Programming and Development, Nickelodeon. “This movie showcases his unique brand of comedy while treating viewers to a superb supporting cast.”
Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred is produced by Brian Robbins and Sharla Sumpter Bridgett of Varsity Pictures, Michael Green, Gary Binkow and Evan Weiss of The Collective and Lucas Cruikshank. The movie is directed by John Fortenberry and written by David A. Goodman (Family Guy).
Lucas Cruikshank made his TV debut as Fred Figglehorn in the mega-hit series iCarly in 2009. The episode, “iMeet Fred,” drew 5.1 million total viewers (P2+) and averaged 10.0/2.1 million kids 6-11, 9.6/2.1 million tweens 9-14 and 8.1/2.8 million kids 2-11. Cruikshank brought Fred to life in a new way in the 2010 smash hit Fred: The Movie which drew 8.7 million total viewers and averaged a 17.8/3.8 million K6-11 and 13.0/4.6 million K2-11, landing the two-hour premiere in the top spot as the number-one TV cable movie with kids 6-11 and kids 2-11. The Nickelodeon TV movie also ranked as the year’s number-two entertainment telecast (behind iCarly’s “iSaved Your Life”) with kids 6-11 and kids 2-11 on all TV. In 2010, he was named one of “10 Comics to Watch” by Daily Variety and was listed among the 50 Top Digital Power Players by The Hollywood Reporter. Cruikshank recently premiered the latest digital iteration of FRED on YouTube with the brand-new six-episode web series, “Figgle Chat.”
Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred will be supported by a new site at www.Nick.com/fred and will serve as a first-look location for fans to get information and fun facts about the movie and view exclusive footage of Fred and his world. New content will be added to the site regularly leading up to the movie premiere and over the next several weeks, the site will feature exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, quizzes, teaser clips, photo galleries and more. Following the premiere, Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred will launch in a dedicated category on Nick’s video-on-demand.”
I’m so sorry for not updating but I’ve just been really busy with other sites that I kind of procrastinated updating this site until it became too much, which is now. So here’s all the stuff that I’ve missed.
I’ve added all the Twitter pictures from Lucas that I didn’t add.
I’ve also added a few Twitter pictures from his friends that they added over a few months.
And lastly, I’ve added 10 pictures of Lucas at Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play that was held on September 24.
I know most of you have seen all of his more recent videos already, so I won’t post them but Fred did post a video September 29th, so here it is just in case.
Also, I’m going to screencapture his guest appearance on Supah Ninjas really soon (I promise, because I have it already downloaded on my computer and it’s taking up space) and will post it here right after. Hope you guys have seen the episode because it was really good. If not, I might find a way to put it on the site somehow. I’ll figure that out later.
Also, later this month, the site will be online for 2 years. It’s pretty amazing that it’s been that long but I’ll post about that when the time comes, just wanted to mention that.
I’ve got so much to say and not enough words to express everything correctly. I don’t say it enough, but I love Lucas. Obviously that’s a hard thing to say about someone you don’t know but I don’t mean it in a way that I love who he is as a person, though I’m sure I would if I knew him, but what he has done, not only for me but for all of his fans. I realize that he gets a lot of hate for doing that but I hope today is a day for him to hang out with the people he loves, whoever that may be and have a day like no other. Not only because it’s his birthday but because it’s a special one at that, it’s not everyday you turn eighteen. So hopefully with me, you’ll wish Lucas a happy 18th birthday! If you want to and I encourage it, go wish him directly a happy birthday on his Twitter, Facebook or YouTube.
(I’ll make a post about the photos I’ll be adding to the gallery tonight or tomorrow, but I want this post to be solely about Lucas’ birthday).
Thanks to my wonderful, lovely, and awesome friend Ashley, I’ve added an event that I missed of Lucas at the Hall of Game awards, which was held on February 25, 2011. I’ve added them to my gallery, so definitely check those out.
Lucas also posted pictures of various things on his Twitter, which I’ve added to the gallery.