"This is the way the world ends/ Not with a bang but a whimper."So T.S. Eliot clearly couldn't have had Disney Channel's four-season run of "Hannah Montana" in mind as an apt metaphor when he wrote "The Hollow Men," but the words remain eerily relevant.The vehicle that brought Miley Cyrus into the collective cultural consciousness -- and revived the career of dad Billy Ray -- quietly went the way of so many children's series before it on Jan. 17, with the last episode, "Wherever I go."In the two-parter, Miley (recently outed as her alter-ego, Hannah) faces the finale-worthy dilemma of going to college or starring in a film. Since this is Disney, clearly both options would be equally desirable for the young demographic, so what's ideal to kids these days?Well, Miley got into Stanford. A perennial top 10 university among undergraduate programs and the West Coast equivalent of the Ivy League, this makes sense. The... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/01/au-revoir-miley-a-brief-obligatory-eulogy-for-hannah-montana.html
After four years of hijinks, squabbles and crazy wigs, Hannah Montana sang its swan song with a — we'll say it, teary ! — hour-long series finale Sunday. The episode focused on the longstanding friendship between Miley (Miley Cyrus) and Lilly (Emily Osment), who have made plans to attend Stanford together. Unfortunately, just before orientation, Miley is offered a role in a Steven Spielberg blockbuster opposite Tom Cruise and shooting in Paris. What's a famous-yet-loyal friend to do? Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Hannah-Montana-Finale-1027933.aspx?rss=breakingnews
Hannah Montana concludes its four-season run on the Disney Channel this Sunday, and the promo for the series finale shows Miley (Miley Cyrus) having to make THE BIGGEST DECISION EVER — doing a movie or going to college. I really have no idea which way she’s gonna go. When she flops herself on the couch and says, "I want this part more than anything else in the world," I’m thinking movie. But then we see what appears to be young co-eds in pajamas at a dorm and I’m thinking college. But then she’s at an airport — movie? Then she looks at a framed graduation photo sitting in a set that looks like it’s been borrowed from a soap opera — movie, but she quits, and then college? What’s your guess? Watch the promo below. Source & Promo
Will Hannah Montana star Emily Osment miss going to work on the Disney hit when the show wraps up? "I think five and a half years of [the show] is a little bit much for now. I'm excited to move on and get back to film," Osment told TVGuide.com. The 18-year-old actress, who also just recorded her debut album, Fight or Flight, says she wants to work with some big names: "I would love to work with someone like [American Beauty director and Oscar winner] Sam Mendes." See what else Osment has to say about the Hannah Montana finale and her future career below: Source & Video
Although the end of Disney's hit series Hannah Montana is a secret, star Mitchel Musso promises that fans will be happy. "We ended it on a very good note — a perfect note. It makes sense," Musso tells TVGuide.com. In the video below, the 19-year-old talks about his favorite thing about his new series Pair of Kings on Disney XD, why he calls his second album a "banger," and what he likes to do when he's not acting or recording music. Source & Video
"Que Sera" music video from "Hannah Montana" season 4 has been premiered. It features Miley Cyrus' Hannah Montanahanging out with a female friend in a studio. She is in the recording booth to lay the track, while her pal sits behind the mixing table. The music video came out Friday, September 3 along with Selena Gomez's "A Year Without Rain" clip. Disney Channel revealed both of the videos after the premiere of its TV movie "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" which stars Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato. "Que Sera" reportedly has been featured in an episode called "Been Here All Along" which aired on August 22. Meanwhile, a compilation of new "Hannah Montana" soundtracks will not hit the market across United States until October 19. Source & Video
The full version of a music video for the song from the soundtrack album of 'Hannah Montana' season four sees Miley's character singing inside a recording studio while her female friend watches. Read more.
Miley's alter ego as "Hannah Montana" is on the verge of being revealed after Jackson's girlfriend spotted the pop star peeping through his window. In "De-Do-Do-Do, Da-Don't-Don't, Don't, Tell My Secret", Miley almost blows her cover when she returns from a Hannah Montana function and Siena spots her. Siena becomes suspicious that Jackson is seeing another girl so Jackson begs Miley to tell her the truth. However, Miley says in the promo that she can't trust Siena. Meanwhile, Robby goes fishing with Rico to teach him how to relax. This episode airs August 1 and sees Tammin Sursok from "The Young and the Restless" reprising her role as Siena. In the following week, there will be an appearance of Cody Linley who has been recurring as fellow pop star Jake Ryan. The episode is called "It's the End of the Jake as We Know It" and bears the question "Does he have a secret?" Source & Preview
Days shy of its season 4 premiere, it looks like that the entire soundtracks from "Hannah Montana" upcoming season have made their way out. The leaked songs include the ones which have Miley Cyrus teaming up with Iyaz, Sheryl Crow and Emily Osment. Retitled "Hannah Montana Forever", the Disney Channel series will kick off the fourth and final season this coming Sunday, July 11 with "Sweet Home Hannah Montana". This episode will follow the Stewarts as they move onto a new ranch home. When the fourth season ends, "Hannah Montana" will not be renewed for another season because lead actress Miley Cyrus wants to move on from the child show. The teen singer wants to show off her more mature side and marks it with the release of "Can't Be Tamed". During the promotion of the album, she often delivers raunchy acts. To Read More Click Here .
It's wild to think that on March 26, 2006 just a bit more than four years ago the Disney Channel's tween-tastic series Hannah Montana launched with the then relatively unknown Miley Cyrus at the helm. Well, she was a bit known, what with being the daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus, a country star who'd struck gold with a one-hit wonder Achy Breaky Heart.Â But generally, at the time, it somehow seemed unlikely that the awkward looking gal would shoot to stardom through a silly little show that featured her as a pop star who goes to a regular school in disguise, so she can lead a (relatively) normal life. But as we all now know, Miley is nothing but regular she's now one of the biggest stars in the world. Tonight, however, begins the end of an era for Miley, as the final season of Hannah premieres at 8 p.m. At this juncture, we should all take a moment to ponder how she's handled this transition and what it all means for her post-Disney future. Just look at the photo attached to this blog post the change in Miley from season 1 of Hannah Montana (on the left) to the current Miley who seemingly Can't Be TamedÂ (on the right) is downright stunning. But doesn't almost everyone radically change between the ages of 13 and 17? I certainly did. To Read More Click Here .