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Disney Announces Another Live-Action Project

4/3/2015 9:04am EDT
Disney Plans Live-Action 'Winnie The Pooh'
Disney has announced it's taking one of its beloved characters and making a live-action film. The subject? Winnie the Pooh.

Director Alex Ross Perry will write the new adaptation, which will center on Christopher Robin returning to Hundred Acre Wood as an adult, reports Deadline.com.

Winnie the Pooh has been featured in several animated shows and a 2011 film featuring John Cleese as the narrator and Jim Cummings as the bear. Pooh was created by writer A.A. Milne in the 1920s and was based on a stuffed bear owned by his son, Christopher Robin Milne. Most of Pooh's friends, including Tigge...
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What Happens When You Mix A Beloved Childhood Cartoon With An Iconic Supervillian? Find Out.

4/21/2014 11:30am EDT
What Happens When You Mix A Beloved Childhood Cartoon With An Ic
Everyone's favorite Pooh Bear (aka Jim Cummings) was on a guest Q&A panel at the 2013 Connecticut Comic Convention. The event was anything but standard though, as towards the end Cummings and his cohort Lauren Landa (BlazBlue, Attack on Titan) re-enacted the opening scene from Star Wars : A New Hope - but with a comedic twist.

Take a look at the video below for some memorable laughs.

Cummings is also the voice of the lesser-known, but still much loved Darkwing Duck - whose voice also makes an appearance in the video above.

Since the above video is a little hard to hear, we've inclu...
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Lady Gaga Leads 2012 Oscars Song Nominees

12/20/2011 3:47pm EST
Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga is in the running for an Oscar after she was named among the nominees for the coveted Best Song prize.

The pop superstar's duet with Elton John, Hello Hello, from the Rocket Man's Gnomeo & Juliet movie, has been included in a long list of 39 songs in competition for gold at the 2012 Academy Awards.

Mary J. Blige's track Living Proof, from The Help, is also on the list, along with will.i.am's Hot Wings, from Rio, and Robbie Williams and Brad Paisley's duet Collision of Worlds, from Cars 2.

Other artists in consideration for the prize include Chris Cornell (The Keeper, from Ma...
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The Lamest Walk Of Fame Stars

7/22/2008 8:30am EDT
Ryan Seacrest
To the everyday person, it seems like having a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is completely unattainable. Yet it may not be that hard to achieve even if you have a minimal amount of fame.

According to the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, there is a process one must go through to get a star on the Walk of Fame. There are five categories of stars: motion pictures, television, radio, recording and live theatre. A person must be nominated to one of these categories by an organization, agree to attend the presentation ceremony within five years of selection and pay a $25,000 fee. If you ...
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Celebrity Birthdays, January 18

1/18/2007 3:00am EST
Winnie the Pooh
Happy Birthday to actress/singer Samantha Mumba (1983), guitarist Quinn Allman and vocalist Bert McCracken of The Used (1982), KoRn singer Jonathan Davis (1971), rapper DJ Quik (1970), "Law & Order" actor Jesse L. Martin (1969), WWE wrestler Batista (1966), late night comedian Dave Attell (1965), legendary Canadian hockey star Mark Messier (1961), "Open Range" star Kevin Costner (1955), Temptations singer David Ruffin (1941; d. 1991), actor Danny Kaye (1913; d. 1987), silver screen star Cary Grant (1904; d. 1986), comedic actor Oliver Hardy (1892; d. 1957), and "Winnie the Pooh" author A.A....
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Celebrity Birthdays, January 18

1/18/2006 3:00am EST
Happy Birthday to actress/singer Samantha Mumba (1983), guitarist Quinn Allman and vocalist Bert McCracken of The Used (1982), KoRn singer Jonathan Davis (1971), rapper DJ Quik (1970), "Law & Order" actor Jesse L. Martin (1969), WWE wrestler Batista (1966), late night comedian Dave Attell (1965), legendary Canadian hockey star Mark Messier (1961), "Open Range" star Kevin Costner (1955), Temptations singer David Ruffin (1941; d. 1991), actor Danny Kaye (1913; d. 1987), silver screen star Cary Grant (1904; d. 1986), comedic actor Oliver Hardy (1892; d. 1957), and "Winnie the Pooh" author A.A....
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