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Brandon Heath and Wife Siebe Welcome Daughter Palmer Brown - See Her First Photos

Brandon Heath and Wife Siebe Welcome Daughter Palmer Brown - See Her First Photos
Brandon Heath is not who he was before — he’s a dad!

The Christian musician’s rep confirms exclusively to People that his wife Siebe gave birth to their first child, daughter Palmer Brown Heath, in Nashville, Tennessee, on Friday, Dec. 15, at 4:49 p.m. She weighed 6 lbs., 13 oz., and measured 19½ inches.

“Siebe labored for 11 hours. Dr. Presley sat in a rocking chair for an hour and a half (it was the end of his shift), telling jokes and stories as they waited for the time to push,” the rep tells People.

“Brandon was brave — normally pretty squeamish around blood,
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Paul Dooley On Robert Altman, Mike Nichols And A Character Named Paul Dooley

Writers are warned never to give away the ending of a movie or play. But beginnings are fair game. This is how Paul Dooley opens his one-man show, Movie Dad: ‘I am a character actor. That's the definition of me. For the past 60 years, I've been pretending to be other people. Tonight, I'm going to pretend to be myself. The character actor is never the star of the movie or the TV show. The audience may feel his face is familiar, but have no idea what his name is. Some of…
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Father Knows Best: Words of Wisdom From Our Favorite Movie Dads

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Forget the tacky tie or the new golf clubs, the best gift you can give dad this Father’s Day is to listen to what he has to say. Here are some great bits of advice from our favorite movie dads. Jim Baker in Sixteen Candles “That’s why they call them crushes. If they were easy, they’d call them something else.” When her "sweet 16th" birthday becomes anything but, movie dad Jim Baker (Paul Dooley) tenderly reminds his daughter Sam...

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Final Trailer for Pixar's 'Cars 3' Pushes Lightning McQueen to the Limit

"One new turn. One more dream. One last chance." Disney-Pixar has released one more full-length trailer for Pixar's sequel Cars 3, making this the fifth official trailer for this animated movie. They're really hoping it will be a hit? We know the story is about Lightning McQueen dealing with being beaten by younger, more high tech racers. He tries to make a comeback and pushes himself to the limit - even more than the last two times. Owen Wilson returns as McQueen, with a fun cast including Armie Hammer as Jackson Storm, Bonnie Hunt, Tony Shalhoub, Katherine Helmond, and Paul Dooley. As I keep saying, this might turn out better than expected, and hopefully it's not being ignored because it's another Cars movie. Maybe it's actually good? I'm very curious to see this and find out. No more trailers please, let's go watch the movie. Here's the fifth and final
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Final Cars 3 Trailer Pushes Lightning McQueen to the Limit

Final Cars 3 Trailer Pushes Lightning McQueen to the Limit
With just one week left until Cars 3 hits theaters nationwide, Disney Pixar has released a final trailer, set to The Eagles' classic 1975 song "Take It to the Limit." The trailer features more scenes with the iconic Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) reaching the end of his career, with newcomers like Jackson Storm (Armie Hammer) speeding past him at every turn, along with more footage of that big Lightning crash we've seen in earlier trailers. This final trailer also features new footage of Lightning's longtime friend Sally (Bonnie Hunt), who tells Lightning that he shouldn't be afraid of failure.

This new trailer from Disney also hints that Lightning will go back to his roots, with a visit to the old track run by the iconic Hudson Hornet (Paul Newman). We also see footage of a race where Lightning comes across the finish line far behind a crop of new racers, along
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One More Full-Length Trailer for Pixar's 'Cars 3' Focuses on the Rivalry

"You have no idea what a pleasure it is to finally beat you... Enjoy your retirement." DIsney-Pixar has released another new full-length trailer for Pixar's sequel Cars 3. From all the other trailers we've already seen, we know the story is about Lightning McQueen dealing with being beaten by younger, more high tech racers. This trailer features more footage of rival racer Jackson Storm (voiced by Armie Hammer) and some of the goofy antics (including a Vr scene) that Lightning gets into trying to get back to being the best. Owen Wilson returns as McQueen, with a fun voice cast including Armie Hammer, Bonnie Hunt, Tony Shalhoub, Katherine Helmond, and Paul Dooley. This actually looks better than expected, but perhaps that's because I don't hate this franchise as much as some other film fans do. Rev things up below. Here's the fourth official trailer (+ new poster) for Pixar's Cars 3,
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Lightning Strikes Back in Full-Length Trailer for Pixar's Sequel 'Cars 3'

"I'm sorry. Your racing days are coming to an end..." Disney & Pixar have unveiled the new official trailer for Cars 3, the next sequel from Pixar (before we get an original music from the animation company later this year). Pixar's Cars 3 continues the story following racecar Lightning McQueen, who is now being beaten by younger, more high tech racers. Like any good "old guy" sports movie, he has to go back and work from the ground up again, including spending some time in a Monster Truck arena. Owen Wilson returns as McQueen, with a fun voice cast including Armie Hammer, Bonnie Hunt, Tony Shalhoub, Katherine Helmond, and Paul Dooley. I know everyone loves to hate these movies, but there's actually a charming side to them. This looks like it may actually be worth seeing. Pixar movies are always better than the trailers. Here's the third official trailer (+ international poster) for Pixar's Cars 3,
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A Legacy Hangs In The Balance In Blistering Full Trailer For Cars 3

It’s only when we hit our lowest point that we’re open to the greatest change. At least, that’s how the old saying goes, and it’s one that very much applies to Lightning McQueen’s journey in Cars 3, the animated threequel from Pixar and director Brian Fee that’s booked in for release on June 16th.

Hot off the unveiling of Nathan Fillion’s suave charmer, Sterling, the Pixar Brian Trust has today lifted the tarpaulin on the new (and potentially final) Cars 3 trailer in which we find Armie Hammer’s boisterous newcomer Jackson Storm cementing his place as the hottest stock car on the circuit. However, that blistering rise to fame comes at the expense of Owen Wilson’s Lightning McQueen, who finds his once ironclad legacy hanging in the balance.

Previous Cars movies have toyed with the idea of the hotshot versus the old guard,
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Cars 3 Posters Pit Lightning McQueen Against New Millennial Racers

Cars 3 Posters Pit Lightning McQueen Against New Millennial Racers
Disney has released two international posters for Cars 3, which show Lightning McQueen squaring off against two young racers Cruz Ramirez (Cristela Alonzo) and Jackson Storm (Armie Hammer). While Jackson Storm becomes his most contested rival on the Piston Cup circuit, Cruz Ramirez is actually on Lightning's side, serving as his new trainer to help him beat the young upstart. The first poster teases a scene we've previously seen in early concept art, which may be an homage to an iconic movie.

BadTaste.it debuted these posters, the first of which shows Lightning McQueen on the beach. You may recall that, back in May, Disney revealed concept art that showed Lightning McQueen and Cruz Ramirez racing on the sand, which may or may not be an homage to the iconic oceanside race between Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) and Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) in Rocky 3. The second poster, however, is set at a packed racing arena,
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Kerry Washington, Nathan Fillion, Lea DeLaria And Lewis Hamilton Join Disney·Pixar’S Cars 3

Miss Fritter (voice of Lea DeLaria) loves the smash-and-crash life of demolition derby. A local legend at the Thunder Hollow Speedway, Fritter’s formidable school-bus size is intimidating, but it’s her smoke stacks of doom, razor-sharp stop sign and crazy collection of her victims’ license plates that usually steers her opponents in the other direction. ©2017 Disney•Pixar. All Rights Reserved.

Disney•Pixar’s Cars 3 reveals key voice cast and characters, featuring award-winning stars. According to director Brian Fee, the roster includes both new and returning characters. “We’re introducing some fun and really appealing characters in ‘Cars 3,’” said Fee, “so we really wanted to find the right voices to help us breathe life into them. We hit a homerun with this group; I couldn’t be happier.”

Following are the newcomers and Cars franchise veterans who join the previously announced voice talent and characters: Owen Wilson as world champion racer Lightning McQueen,
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Cars 3 Adds 3 New Cast Members and Several Familiar Faces

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A lot of familiar faces will be rooting Lightning McQueen on this summer. Disney-Pixar announced, today, the arrival new castmembers joining Cars 3, old and new. Find out who they are!

The last time Disney-Pixar checked in, it was to introduce Armie Hammer and Cristela Alonzo to the cast of Cars 3. Today, they announced three more stars lending their voices to the animated feature.

Kerry Washington (ABC’s “Scandal,” HBO’s “Confirmation”) lends her voice to Natalie Certain, a highly respected statistical analyst who knows her numbers. Book-smart and mathematically gifted, Certain may earn top marks in her ability to evaluate a racer’s stats, but she could be underestimating the importance of determination.

Nathan Fillion (ABC’s “Castle,” ABC’s “Modern Family”) voices Sterling, a brilliant businesscar who runs Rust-eze Racing Center—one of the most successful elite training facilities in the country. The always dapper Sterling comes
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Cars 3 reveals full voice cast, new characters voiced by Kerry Washington, Nathan Fillion and Lea DeLaria

Disney-Pixar has officially unveiled the voice cast for the upcoming animated sequel Cars 3, revealing that Kerry Washington, Nathan Fillion and Lea DeLaria will be joining the previously announced Owen Wilson as Lightning McQueen, Cristela Alonzo as trainer Cruz Ramirez and Armie Hammer as sleek next gen race Jackstorm Storm. Here’s a look at the three new characters, along with the official descriptions:

See Also: Disney-Pixar’s Cars 3 extended look preview trailer introduces the next generation

Kerry Washington (ABC’s “Scandal,” HBO’s “Confirmation”) lends her voice to Natalie Certain, a highly respected statistical analyst who knows her numbers. Book-smart and mathematically gifted, Certain may earn top marks in her ability to evaluate a racer’s stats, but she could be underestimating the importance of determination.

Nathan Fillion (ABC’s “Castle,” ABC’s “Modern Family”) voices Sterling, a brilliant businesscar who runs Rust-eze Racing Center—one of the
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New Cars 3 Characters, Cast Members and Poster Unveiled

New Cars 3 Characters, Cast Members and Poster Unveiled
Disney Pixar's Cars 3 reveals key voice cast and characters, featuring award-winning stars. Following are the newcomers and Cars franchise veterans who join the previously announced voice talent and characters Owen Wilson as world champion racer Lightning McQueen, Cristela Alonzo as unconventional trainer Cruz Ramirez, and Armie Hammer as sleek next-gen racer Jackson Storm. The studio has revealed a new poster, along with photos of these three new characters, voiced by Kerry Washington, Nathan Fillion and Lea DeLaria.

Kerry Washington (ABC's Scandal, HBO's Confirmation) lends her voice to Natalie Certain, a highly respected statistical analyst who knows her numbers. Book-smart and mathematically gifted, Certain may earn top marks in her ability to evaluate a racer's stats, but she could be underestimating the importance of determination. Nathan Fillion (ABC's Castle, ABC's Modern Family) voices Sterling, a brilliant businesscar who runs Rust-eze Racing Center, one of the most successful elite training facilities in the country.
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New Trailer for Pixar's 'Cars 3' Introduces a 'New Generation' of Racers

"The next generation is coming. They're better, stronger..." Disney-Pixar have unveiled a new TV spot on Oscar Sunday for their upcoming sequel, Cars 3, which is actually looking better than expected. This trailer focuses on the "new generation" of high-tech racers that take out Lightning, though as learned previously, he makes a comeback. The other recent trailer for Cars 3 shows more of the story in the film, but this trailer is still a good setup. It gets especially gnarly during Lightning's crash scene, once again. Owen Wilson returns as McQueen, with a voice cast including Armie Hammer, Bonnie Hunt, Tony Shalhoub, Katherine Helmond, and Paul Dooley. Even though we've seen most of this before, check out this new trailer anyway. The music in this is awesome, almost trying to pitch it like a Tron Legacy nod. Watch below. Here's the newest official trailer (+international poster) for Pixar's Cars 3,
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New ‘Cars 3’ Trailer Debuts During Daytona 500

A new Cars 3 trailer debuted during Sunday's Daytona 500 race from Pixar and Walt Disney Studios.

The trailer focuses on the next generation of race cars that will push Lightning McQueen to his limits and remind him that he's not the young hotshot he used to be.

Just because Lightning McQueen is older doesn't mean he's obsolete. As a voice over that may come from McQueen's mentor Doc Hudson tells him, you cannot turn back the clock but you can wind it up again.

Cars 3 stars Owen Wilson, Larry the Cable Guy, Bonnie Hunt, Cheech Marin, Armie Hammer, Cristela Alonzo, Paul Dooley and Michael Wallis.

Look for Cars 3 in theaters on June 16, 2017.

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Newest Trailer for Pixar's 'Cars 3' Reveals Lightning's Comeback Story

It’s not over until Lightning strikes. Disney-Pixar have revealed a new 90-second sneak preview trailer for Cars 3, the latest sequel from Pixar arriving in theaters this summer. We've already seen one attention-grabbing trailer and an intro to the villains, but this trailer finally show part of the story. Lightning has to figure out how to make a big comeback after a disastrous crash, along with new high tech race cars making him obsolete. Owen Wilson returns as McQueen, with a voice cast including Armie Hammer, Bonnie Hunt, Tony Shalhoub, Katherine Helmond, and Paul Dooley. I have to say it - this looks damn good, I'm seriously looking forward to this. Might be better than we're all expecting. "I'm coming for you, Storm." Here's the newest "sneak preview" trailer for Pixar's Cars 3, direct from Pixar's YouTube: You can still watch the first teaser trailer for Pixar's Cars 3 here,
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Little Shop Of Horrors at 30, & the tale of its lost ending

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The Rick Moranis-headlined version of Little Shop Of Horrors is 30 years old this month. But why is it so special?

We should start at the end, seeing as it’s the thing people talk about the most when it comes to Little Shop Of Horrors. In one of the most commonly-known pieces of 'lost movie' lore, many of you will already be aware that Frank Oz’s 1986 movie adaptation of the cult stage musical (itself an adaptation of the 1960, equally cult Roger Corman movie) made it to cinemas in December 1986 with a completely different ending from the one that had originally been shot. Rather than the bleak ending in which loveable nerd Seymour and his beloved Audrey are eaten by the fearsome Audrey II plant, which then breeds into a super-race of giant plants that dominate the globe, the amended movie ending instead sees Seymour destroy
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Here Are the Best-Cast Films of 2016, According to Top Casting Directors

Here Are the Best-Cast Films of 2016, According to Top Casting Directors
Casting directors have a strange distinction in the awards world: Their guild has an Academy branch, but it’s the only one without its own Oscar category. Imagine for a moment that they did. What are the best-cast films of 2016?

IndieWire asked 13 of the top casting directors to nominate films worthy of casting recognition this year. There were a few restrictions worth noting. Although casting directors often get early sneak peeks at films, many noted there are some films they still hadn’t seen. In particular, many are anxious to find out what legendary casting director Ellen Lewis has cooked up for Martin Scorsese’s “Silence.” The other restriction, which was imposed as responses came in: They couldn’t all write about “Moonlight.” (We’ll dig further into the casting of that film in another article.)

Read More: Casting Directors and the Academy: Why Lynn Stalmaster’s Honorary Oscar Matters
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Kate Hudson Can't Believe Which Football Team Her Son Is Rooting for on Game Day: "Gloves Are Off"

Kate Hudson Can't Believe Which Football Team Her Son Is Rooting for on Game Day:
Dare we say this is every parent's nightmare? When Sunday approaches, it's unofficially football day in many American households. And while you may expect every child to support their mom and dad's favorite team, it's just not the case. Kate Hudson learned that the hard way this morning when she watched the Denver Broncos take on the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. While lounging on the couch in her Broncos jersey and headband, the actress couldn't keep her eyes off of her son who was wearing a Bengals jersey. But wait, there's more! Ryder had a full on blanket, pillow and multiple outfits to choose from. Remain calm, Kate. "How on...
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Interview: Actor Paul Dooley on Getting to Portray Dad

Chicago – After he reigned as the father in the classic 1979 film “Breaking Away,” actor Paul Dooley suddenly became everyone’s Dad – and by everyone that meant Molly Ringwald (“Sixteen Candles”), Julia Roberts (“Runaway Bride”) and Helen Hunt (“Mad About You”). He tells all in Part Two of a comprehensive interview.

The former “Paul Brown’ was born in West Virginia, and studied acting at West Virginia University, before heading to New York City and a new career as Paul Dooley. He did stage work, stand-up comedy and the New York City version of The Second City. He got his big break in the original stage version of “The Odd Couple” in 1965, directed by the legendary Mike Nichols. While working the stage, he appeared in a number of commercials, eventually moving to Los Angeles to “be where the action is.”

Paul Dooley (right) Being Dad with Justin Henry and Carlin Glynn in
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