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Tag Archives: celebrity
Hard to believe that the great Anthony Hopkins had never worked for Disney until he was cast as Odin in Marvel’s Thor. He’s reprising that role in “Thor: The Dark World,” which opens November 8. Hopkins took a few moments … Continue reading
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis you just got engaged, what are you going to do next? Why go to Disneyland, of course. This was Olivia’s very first visit to any Disney Parks, which seems strange since she was in TRON … Continue reading
Now that Andy Warhol’s prediction that everyone will have 15 minutes of celebrity in their lifetime seems to have been proven true, celebrities are the proverbial dime a dozen. But back in the 60’s, spotting a real live movie star … Continue reading
Anyone else here a fan of Lea Thompson? Not only is she starring in the hit ABC Family series, “Switched at Birth,” but she also was in so many films of my youth (Back to the Future, Red Dawn, Space … Continue reading