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Kristen Stewart may have brought controversy to the Toronto Film Festival, but Selena Gomez brought nothing but smiles and looks of joy.
Because she brought a pair of little Biebers to the premiere of Hotel Transylvania!
The singer – who voices a character in that animated flick – walked the red carpet with Jazmyn 4, and Jaxon, 2, the younger siblings of boyfriend Justin Bieber. Just look at the shirt-and-tie ensemble on the latter and do your best not to melt:
Justin was nowhere to be seen, but, for once, no one in attendance actually cared. His brother, sister and totally adorableMore >
Film fans will be asked to track down their favorite little fish again in 2016, as Pixar has announced plans for a Finding Nemo sequel.
The follow-up to the 2003 blockbuster – which took in $867 million worldwide and will be released again in 3D this September – has been confirmed by director Andrew Stanton, who will once again go behind the camera for the animated flick.
Finding Nemo remains the second-highest grossing movie in Pixar history behind Toy Story 3 and is the fifth-highest grossing animated feature of all-time behind that one, The Lion King, Shrek 2 and Ice Age: Dawn of theMore >
It’s official: America likes talking stuffed animals more than naked men.
Despite strong competition from Channing Tatum and the shirtless strippers of Magic Mike, Ted smoked and cursed his way to the top of the box office this weekend, earning $54.1 million on Friday and Saturday.
It was the third-highest debut of all-time for an R-rated comedy, trailing only The Hangover II and Sex and the City.
Magic Men didn’t fare too poorly itself, though, pulling in a 73 percent female audience and garnering $39.2 million in two days.
“This is what the business is about,” says WarnerMore >
Saturday night honored the best in non-prime time TV as the Daytime Emmy Awards were handed out at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
“Daytime” is classified as 2 a.m. until 6 p.m., so there was a lot of ground to cover for Anderson Cooper and Oscar the Grouch, who served as co-hosts.
Despite two soap operas biting the dust this year (All My Children and One Life to Live), the annual award gala was a positive one across the board.
Notably, despite a ratings dip and rumors of Ann Curry’s firing, NBC’s Today Show nabbed the award for Outstanding Morning Show program just theMore >
Is a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles project in the works?
Reports say Battle: Los Angeles director Jonathan Liebesman is in negotiations to direct an upcoming live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot for Paramount.
Liebesman’s resume includes Darkness Falls and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning … so expect a darker chapter from the Green Machine, apparently.
Other details that have been revealed on the TMNT reboot thus far:
- Michael Bay, Brad Fuller, and Andrew Form will be producing the movie
- Alias writers Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec are penning the script
- TMNT will
It’s December 1st today, and y’all knows what that means: The holidays are just around the corner! A bunch of your animated favorites – the Peanuts crew, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, the Grinch, etc. – only want one thing for Christmas this year:
To get CRUNK!!!!!
So get up out’cho seat, grab some sizzurp, bust a move and get your grind on, because it’s holiday time baby. Music/remix by the Dirty Boyz (Ft. Pigpen) …
Originally posted here: Dirty Boyz Present: Charlie Brown’s Crunk Christmas!
Beavis and Butt-Head are returning to MTV with new episodes tonight. No, this isn’t 1997, the network is really bringing back the animated, slacker dumbass duo.
Mike Judge’s cartoon, developed as a farcical, moronic but not inaccurate satire of the network’s main programming at the time – music videos, those were the days!! – has officially been revived, with the titular characters ridiculing MTV’s present-day fare.
That means Teen Mom and Jersey Shore jokes galore.
“This show would rule if they showed them actually getting pregnant.” Beavis on 16 & Pregnant. “This guy might be stupiderMore >
The countdown to the March 23 release of The Hunger Games is officially on… fire!
Lionsgate has released the first movie poster for this wildly-anticipated book adaption, but it’s not your typical promotional photo. Watch below as a basic black background grows into a flame-festooned, gleaming gold Mockingjay pin.
The film, the first in a planned trilogy, stars Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth Banks, Donald Sutherland, Woody Harrelson and Lenny Kravitz. Check out the regular poster now, followed by the animated version after the jump.
Read the original More >
In news that should have everyone over the age of 30 excited, the Cartoon Network is reviving the Thundercats. The series will debut next month and act as a reboot of the animated franchise that ran from 1985-1990.
Familiarize yourself below with Lion-O, the long-haired leader of this group, as he leads them on a mission to fight off the evil Mumm-Ra and his followers. It all begins again on July 29…
See the article here: Thundercats: Returning to TV!