Mickey’s Toontown gets a reopening date as Disney celebrates “100 Years of Wonder” in California – Update Cali

When Mickey’s Toontown opened in 1993 Disneyland in California, it was the first major park expansion since then Bear country (now called Land of creatures with Splash Mountain as its centerpiece) in 1972. The inspired design of the land and the attractions that would reach space brought elements from Max Fleischer’s cartoons and the iconic … Read more

Opinion: Killed Hollywood movies about women. But he couldn’t bury this – Update Howl

Editor’s note: Jill Filipovic is a New York-based journalist and author of OK Boomers, Let’s Talk: How My Generation Got Left Behind. Follow her on Twitter. The opinions expressed in this comment are solely her own. See another opinion on CNN. CNN — Rebecca Solnit once wrote in a lyric column: “There was a man … Read more

With ‘The Fabelmans’, Julia Butters reaches new Hollywood heights – Update Howl

She hasn’t reached high school yet, but she is 13 years old Julia Butters is already building the career of any actor’s dreams. At 10, she stole the scenes opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Quentin Tarantino‘with Back then…in Hollywood. It was on the set that Butters first met Steven Spielberg, who cast her as a stand-in … Read more

Iger’s Return to Disney Surprises Hollywood, Prompts Reactions – Update Howl

On Sunday, November 20, the Walt Disney Company made a surprise (DIS) – Get a free report announced that CEO Bob Chapek is stepping down. But the real shocker was who replaced him. It is Robert Iger, who previously served as Disney CEO for 15 years, who has been called upon to return to the … Read more

Brendan Fraser to Skip Golden Globes 2023: ‘My Mother Didn’t Raise a Hypocrite’

Speculation is rife about what the oft-maligned Golden Globes will bring upon its return to NBC. One potential candidate guaranteed to be a no-show on January 10th? Brendan Fraser. An actor who is garnering rave reviews for his transformation Darren Aronofsky‘with Whale, said that if nominated by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, he would not … Read more

‘Emancipation’: Inside Will Smith’s Unsparing New Slave Drama

At times I found myself watching Emancipation so painful it was almost unbearable. its director, Antoine Fuqua, he knew that, and—to his great credit, I think—he spoke openly and at length with me for this Q&A group about his film. Will Smithproducer and star, answered questions separately via email and his expenses Ben Foster and … Read more