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Author Archives: Marshal Knight
Since Kerry Washington is expecting and Shonda Rhimes decided a pregnant Olivia Pope is probably not the best direction to take the show in (especially with all the red wine she drinks…), Scandal will be having its finale earlier than … Continue reading
It’s time for another go around on hearing your thoughts on various Disney topics. This time around, we are discussing ABC programming. For those who aren’t aware, ABC is having a tough time in the ratings department. Though they have … Continue reading
“Disenchanted!” is a cabaret-style original musical, originally created in Orlando by two former Disney World employees, that takes a look at those classic princess stories we have come to know and love…through the eyes of the ticked off princesses. The … Continue reading
This was bound to happen, was it not? Disney just announced that the box office juggernaut will be revamped in select theaters as a sing along version. The regular film will play with the words and a bouncing snowflake accompanying … Continue reading