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Tag Archives: Movies
A new TV trailer is out for “Muppets Most Wanted.” Apparently Adele Dazeem is a movie critic now. I wonder what Miss Piggy thinks? Adele Dazeem, of course, is the ‘persona’ created by John Travolta’s infamous flub of Idina Menzel’s … Continue reading
Ever wonder why there hasn’t been a sequel to Pixar’s The Incredibles yet? That’s because Director Brad Bird has been having too much fun making live action films. His current project sounds like it will entertain Disney fans and loves … Continue reading
Last night, during an otherwise boring Grammy’s broadcast, Disney debuted a new 90-second trailer for Maleficent. “Dream” reveals what a wise choice Disney made casting Angelina Jolie as the wicked fairy queen. Lana Del Rey’s unique re-imagining of, “Once Upon … Continue reading
Here’s a little fun for a Sunday afternoon, to celebrate the UK release of the Disney movie Saving Mr. Banks, fans gathered at the spot where Mary Poppins first opened almost 50 years ago in London’s Leicester Square, for an … Continue reading