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Pushing Daisies: Anna Friel Would Still Like to Revive the Cancelled Series

1 April 2016 4:21 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

ABC cancelled the Pushing Daisies TV series after two seasons totaling 22 episodes. Even Ned's (Lee Pace) magic touch couldn't bring it back to life (or perhaps -- he touched it twice). Co-star Anna Friel, who played Ned's untouchable love interest, Charlotte 'Chuck' Charles, would jump at the chance to revive this cancelled-too-soon show, at least as a movie. For the love of apple pie, someone get Netflix on the phone!

Per Friel, the Pushing Daisies cast, which also included Chi McBride, Ellen Greene, Swoosie Kurtz, Kristin Chenoweth, and Jim Dale (as narrator), loved doing the series.



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Pete’s Dragon Lurks In First Trailer For Disney’s Re-Imagined Classic

22 February 2016 3:42 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

It may seem strange for one studio to commit to the release of two re-imaginings of past glories about orphan boys living in wooded areas – especially in the same year – but this very particular trend looks set to pay off for Walt Disney Studios in spectacular fashion, as The Jungle Book charges into theatres in April, while Pete’s Dragon is scheduled to dominate late summer. Up until now, little has been seen of this project, but with the first trailer now available, we can see that something magical this way comes.

There has always been something fascinating about the idea of dragons – these mythical creatures that have inspired so many centuries of storytelling. It seems the idea of lost children, fending for themselves and discovering spectacular secrets is also fascinating, as that plot device has given us generations of tales to pass on, too.

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