Disney’s Nine Old Men, the core group of animators in the early days of Disney Animation, have all reached Disney Legend status. For many aspiring animators, the chance to work with these masters of animation would have been a dream come true, but for a young Brad Bird, that dream became a reality.
As someone who has seen “Mary Poppins” hundreds of times (literally), I can say “Mary Poppins Returns” feels entirely new yet wonderfully familiar — an almost impossible task for a sequel to such a beloved Disney classic.
INTERVIEW: Tinker Bell reference model Margaret Kerry talks creating the feisty pixie for Disney’s classic “Peter Pan”
In the 65 years since the release of “Peter Pan,” Tinker Bell has become one of the most well-recognized Disney characters in the world. To create the loveable fairy, Disney animator Marc Davis enlisted the help of actress Margaret Kerry, who brought Tinker Bell to life with vibrant, live-action performances.
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” which is currently running at the Lyric Theatre on Broadway, is more than just a play. It’s an engrossing, 5 and 1/2 hour experience for “Harry Potter” fans.
REVIEW: Howard Ashman, lyricist behind Disney’s “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast,” honored in new documentary
Howard Ashman had a rare talent for words, and in a short amount of time, he created a lasting legacy of classic songs for animated Disney movies and musical theater.
“Howard,” a new documentary about the lyricist’s life, premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2018.
Warning: spoilers for Westworld Season 1 ahead. Before you tune in to the new episode on Sunday night, enjoy our Westworld Season 2 premiere preview (with mild spoilers).
Disney’s “Frozen” officially opened on Broadway last night, and the production is a lavish celebration of family, love, and the magic of theater.
Disney’s “Frozen” is a story about sisters Elsa and Anna, but snowman Olaf proved to be quite the scene-stealer in the 2013 animated feature. For the new musical on Broadway, actor Greg Hildreth was the top pick to bring Olaf to life on stage.
The series finale of "The X-Files" airs tonight, but it's not really goodbye for Mulder and Scully.
1. She was cool by not being cool.
Scully had a degree in physics, wrote her thesis on Einstein's Twin Paradox, and stayed in on a Friday night to write a paper called "Diminished Acetylcholine Production in Recidivist Offenders." All while rocking those adorable glasses.
It was the end of 2010, and I had just left my husband.
I wanted to love being married and sharing my life with someone, but my marriage only made me feel more alone. It was like waking up one day to realize you had accidentally taken over someone else’s life. Who was the person that wanted this life, and said yes to it in front of all her family and friends?
Museum Hack's "Un-Highlights" tour offers an NSFW look at the American Museum of Natural History — Cristina Sanza
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INTERVIEW: “DuckTales” composer Dominic Lewis talks updating the beloved Disney series, favorite moments from premiere
After much anticipation, the new “DuckTales” series premiered on Saturday, August 12 with a one-hour TV movie packed with adventure, heart and lots of jokes.
There's already been a lot written about "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," the supernatural teen drama that aired at just the right time during my adolescence to make me love it forever.