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Raini Rodriguez Is Definitely Game For an 'Austin & Ally' Reunion

Raini Rodriguez Is Definitely Game For an 'Austin & Ally' Reunion

Austin & Ally ended at the beginning of 2016, with a flash forward to a 10 Years later timeline.

Ross Lynch recently spoke about a more mature reunion with the characters that actually happens 10 years in the future, and Raini Rodriguez is here for it too.

“I would love to do a reunion,” Raini shared over the weekend. “When we were on the show, we would always joke that ‘Oh, let’s come back in 10 Years and do a reunion on HBO.”

Raini adds, “We would be adults and I would be in my 30s…I’d absolutely love to do it. The characters were awesome, the chemistry we had is something you don’t see or feel often.”

K, let’s get this happening now…

Calum Worthy Gave Us All The 'Austin & Ally' Reunions This Weekend

Calum Worthy Gave Us All The 'Austin & Ally' Reunions This Weekend

Calum Worthy is officially after our hearts.

Over the past week, the former Austin & Ally actor not only reunited with Raini Rodriguez at game 7 of the World Series game (her team won, not his), but also caught up with Ross Lynch ahead of checking out a screening of his new movie, My Friend Dahmer.

“This is what it looks like when you see your friends and their cheering for the other team…. Congratulations to @rainydaychatter @starringrico & @johnpaulgreen! The #Astros are one hell of a team. #worldseries,” Calum captioned his first reunion with Raini.

He added later, before catching up with Ross: “I’ve known Ross for a long time but tonight I forgot I was watching him and truly believed I was watching Jeffrey Dahmer. His performance is both captivating and inspiring. Please go see ‘My Friend Dahmer’.”

All we’re wondering now is just where was Laura Marano when all this was happening?

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Proud of this guy. Go see #MyFriendDahmer

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Ross Lynch Imagines A Dark 'Austin & Ally' Reboot

Ross Lynch Imagines A Dark 'Austin & Ally' Reboot

When we all imagine an Austin & Ally reunion or reboot of any kind, we think of a big blockbuster movie, yes? YES!

However, it looks like the cast has some other ideas.

Ross Lynch, who played Austin Moon on the series, spoke to ET recently about a possible reboot and he’s envisioning something much more…”explicit”.

“We had this joke for a long time on Austin & Ally where we wanted to do like maybe 10 years later, an HBO special where it’s gone completely explicit,” Ross shared. “But we’ll see.”

He adds, “Honestly, I would be totally down to do that. I really love all those people, they’re all really good people.”

“That was like a joke when we were filming but anything’s possible at this point,” Ross adds.

Anyone else down for the “Austin & Ally: Where Are They Now?” HBO special?

'Austin & Ally's Trish & Chuck Reunited & We Have Major Feelings About It

'Austin & Ally's Trish & Chuck Reunited & We Have Major Feelings About It

We’ve been without Austin & Ally for quite a while now and the latest reunion just made us miss it even more.

Raini Rodriguez and John Paul Green, who played Trish and Chuck McCoy on the Disney Channel series, just reunited at game two of the 2017 World Series between the LA Dodgers and Houston Astros.

“I guess all it took was the Astros making it to the #WorldSeries, to reunite America’s favorite tv couple,” Raini captioned their reunion pic on her Instagram.

And yes, they’re both Astros fans — like Trish would tolerate Chuck wearing a Dodgers jersey at all. LOL!

Check out their reunion below!

I guess all it took was the Astros making it to the #WorldSeries, to reunite America’s favorite tv couple. #EarnHistory

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'Austin & Ally's Ross Lynch, Laura Marano & Calum Worthy Reunited Last Night & It Was Everything!

'Austin & Ally's Ross Lynch, Laura Marano & Calum Worthy Reunited Last Night & It Was Everything!

This was a reunion worth waiting for!

The Austin & Ally gang — Ross Lynch, Laura Marano and Calum Worthy — all reunited last night for the An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power screening in Los Angeles last night.

“We’re prettttty cute, but we’d be much cuter with @rainydaychatter,” Laura captioned with the pic on Instagram — and we so agree! “(Texas is so lucky it gets to have her right now)”

Laura and Ross, plus his bros Ryland, Rocky, and dad Mark Lynch were also at the screening that Calum and girlfriend Celesta Deastis invited them too.

“On another note, thank you @calumworthy for letting me come to the @aninconvenienttruth screening,” Laura added. “It was so incredibly educational and moving #beinconvenient #climatechangeisreal.”

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MY SUNSHINE AT the #inconvienttruth event! Love you babe ???#climatechange #climatechangeisreal #inconvienttruth

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Calum Worthy Would Be Totally Down for an 'Austin & Ally' Movie

Calum Worthy Would Be Totally Down for an 'Austin & Ally' Movie

Calum Worthy from Austin & Ally recently revealed that he would be “on-board” for a reunion movie.

In an interview with Teen.com, Calum said: “I think that all of us would actually be on board [for a reunion]. I can’t speak for everybody, but I would love to make an Austin & Ally movie and revisit these characters after a little over a year and a half of not playing them… and all hang out again. I just hope we could film it in some place like Hawaii or somewhere that we could all go on vacation. That would be pretty fun.”

He’s not the only one who’s interested. When the show concluded, Raini Rodriguez, Laura Marano and the show’s co-creators all expressed interest in an on-screen reunion.

Fortunately, the group also keep in “constant contact” due to their super-active group chat.

While the cast is all doing their own cool individual projects right now, we will definitely be keeping our hopes up.

The Official Kiss List: Our 8 Favorite TV Smooches -- Ranked

The Official Kiss List: Our 8 Favorite TV Smooches -- Ranked

Remember that first explosive Aria-and-Ezra kiss in Pretty Little Liars that shook the world (or at least ours!)?

There are so many iconic TV couples that we had to rank our favorite kisses! From The Vampire Diaries to Girl Meets World and vintage >Friends, we revisited all of our old favorites to compile an official Kiss List.

8. Riley and Lucas, Girl Meets World

This moment took such a long time coming that Riley and Lucas’ first kiss — short, sweet, innocent — was as satisfying as any, and especially appropriate as it took place where they first met — on the subway.

Click inside to see the rest of the best smooches on tv…
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Ten 2016 Fails the Universe Should Take Back

2016 is coming to a close, and with that comes list after list of bests —- the best actors, the best singers, the best emerging talent of the year.

But, let’s face it, there have been some seriously weird/sad/random moments moments that had they not existed, the celebrity entertainment world would definitely be a better place.

The following sucks irrefutably fall in to 2016’s con column.

Here are a smattering of this year’s happenings that we most wish we could take back:

1. The bitterness that followed Fifth Harmony losing Camila Cabello

Feelings were hurt all around when Camila Cabello decided to leave Fifth Harmony, but the public accusations that followed had Harmonizers taking sides. Understandably disappointed Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane and Normani Kordei put out a public statement before Camila had the chance to make the announcement herself. Camila said she was shocked at the move and released her own statement, which gave a brief version of her side of the story… and it kept going. The 5H split wasn’t totally shocking — after all, both Camila and Lauren were both publicly working on side projects — but we hope that time can heal the wounds between these former besties.

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2. Austin & Ally ending

January 10 marked a rocky start to the New Year with everyone’s favorite Disney Channel coupleAustin & Ally — aka Laura Marano and Ross Lynch — gracing our screens one last time. The show’s exit left a gaping void in our lives that has yet to be filled by any amount of ice-cream or Hannah Montana reruns.

From stars being attacked to boyfriend disasters, see eight other fails that made 2016 bad…
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