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On the heels of its 1989 box office success with "The Little Mermaid," Walt Disney Pictures released another musical animated adaptation of a fairy tale, "Beauty and the Beast," in 1991. The animated classic became the third highest grossing movie that year.
It became the first animated feature to be nominated for Best Picture. The character Belle, especially, is a mainstay for Disney. She's part of their "Disney Princesses" franchise.
Friday, Disney will re-release the movie in theaters... in 3-D.
“I knew it was going to be a great Disney film but I didn’t realize until I went to New York for the film festival when [the movie] was 70% completed," Paige O'Hara, who voiced the role of Belle, told CNN.
Debi Mazar might be stripping down for a role.
The “Entourage” actress has reportedly been pegged to play adult film actress Dolly Sharp in “Lovelace,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Amanda Seyfried will play the title role in the film, which is based on the life of pornographic actress Linda Lovelace - famous for the 1972 porn flick "Deep Throat.” (Kate Hudson was previously attached to the biopic before she became pregnant last year.)
It’s finally here: Restaurant Wars on “Top Chef: Texas.”
If your favorite thing about the perennial challenge is watching the judges feign offense and dismantle each restaurant while waiting for tables and/or food, then this episode hit your sweet spot.
Plus it was a battle of the sexes, and even in these post-gender times who doesn’t like that? The rules: six dishes, three courses, 100 guests, and no “I had the front of the house” cop outs this time.
When Jay and Claire agreed – then almost immediately broke that agreement – not to work on their kids' egg project for school, what followed was another great argument for Emmy nominations for Ed O'Neill and Julie Bowen.
This was one of the best episodes the actors have had, playing off of each other with Jay confronted Claire about her hyper-competitiveness: "You came out of the womb like that. I'm not entirely sure there wasn't a twin in there that you bumped off."
Claire pointed out that, she learned from watching him. And Alex, who basically accomplished the egg project by herself, is heading down the same path as Claire. (The assignment was to build a vessel that would protect an egg from a one-story drop.)
After hosting the People’s Choice Awards for five years in a row, Queen Latifah passed the proverbial baton on Wednesday night to “Big Bang Theory” actress Kaley Cuoco.
Cuoco immediately garnered laughs as her “BBT” character Penny in a pre-recorded sketch. She later took the stage, using special effects, self-deprecating humor and costume changes to wow viewers. But did she succeed?
The envelope says… yes.
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