- Variety8 hours ago
When “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” opened in October 1961, Variety reviewer Larry Tubelle predicted “great commercial success” for the romantic comedy. The Paramount release was an immediate hit, ...
- The Week2 hours ago
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- The Telegraph via Yahoo News6 days ago
It is all change for Thomas the Tank Engine. The much-loved television series, based on the books by Rev Wilbert Awdry, is being overhauled for a new generation. Tidmouth Sheds will become gender-balanced ...
- Los Angeles Times1 hour ago
The Muslim characters in “Inshallah” are queasy-making cartoons: killers, traitors, homosexuals (always a black mark in Fallaci’s book). And a decade later, after the Sept. 11 attacks ...
- Fox News4 days ago
Michele Mahone is a former 'Today Show' presenter, gossip reporter and make-up artist based in Los Angeles. In 2014, Mahone was hired as an entertainment reporter for Network TEN’s defunct morning ...
- MSN News2 days ago
You know his voice from your favorite ‘90s cartoons; he gave life to Pinky from “Pinky and the Brain,” Yakko from “Animaniacs,” and even Raphael in the original “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” series.
- San Jose Mercury News4 days ago
Jacob Malae was a star defensive lineman for the Bellarmine College Prep football program a quarter century ago, his passion for the San Jose Jesuit school unquestioned. Now a junior varsity ...
- Tampa Bay Times7 days ago
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- Modesto Bee4 days ago
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- Chicago Tribune39 minutes ago
On Saturday afternoons, kids would gather in the auditorium to see movies and cartoons. "This was before the days of TV, so it felt like the whole West Side was gathered there," he said ...