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Luna Meets Santa and It's Too Much Cuteness for Mom Chrissy Teigen to Handle

Luna Meets Santa and It's Too Much Cuteness for Mom Chrissy Teigen to Handle
For those that need an extra push to get into the holiday spirit, this photo oughta do it.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's daughter, Luna, paid a visit to Santa's workshop on Wednesday, and posed for the sweetest photo ever in her darling festive dress. "My heart!!" Teigen captioned the photo of her baby's first visit to see Kris Kringle. "Macy's has the sweetest Santa ever."

Watch: John Legend’s Daughter Luna Gets Her Own Sesame Street Squad After Adorable Shout-Out

The 31-year-old model also posed for a family photo with Santa, but had somebody else stand in for her husband. "When your husband is in Paris but you gotta get your Santa on," she quipped.

On Tuesday, Teigen shared a video of Luna along with a sweet message for Legend. "We miss you, papa!! Can't wait for you to come home!" she captioned the pic. "Yes she has rosy eczema cheeks, yes we are
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This Plus-Size Pin-Up Calendar to Promote Body Positivity Is Selling Out on Etsy

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Graphic designer Jen Oaks decided to give the classic pin-up calendar a new, body-positive spin, and created twelve months of beautiful plus-size pin-ups. "I think bigger bodies are sexy, and I wanted to create something that's beautiful, different and relatable," Oaks, 38, tells People. Oaks, who lives in Berkeley, California, says her vision for the groovy look came from a love for the decade. "I've been feeling the 70s this year and getting nostalgic for a decade I only saw the tail end of," she explains. "I've obsessed over '70s Playboys, movies, TV, clothing and hair. I wanted to take
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This Plus-Size Pin-Up Calendar to Promote Body Positivity Is Selling Out on Etsy

  • PEOPLE.com
Graphic designer Jen Oaks decided to give the classic pin-up calendar a new, body-positive spin, and created twelve months of beautiful plus-size pin-ups. "I think bigger bodies are sexy, and I wanted to create something that's beautiful, different and relatable," Oaks, 38, tells People. Oaks, who lives in Berkeley, California, says her vision for the groovy look came from a love for the decade. "I've been feeling the 70s this year and getting nostalgic for a decade I only saw the tail end of," she explains. "I've obsessed over '70s Playboys, movies, TV, clothing and hair. I wanted to take
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'Even Stevens' Star -- Working for Santa ... No Elfing Way!!

  • TMZ
The guy who famously co-starred with Shia Labeouf in "Even Stevens" is sidekicking for someone else now ... Santa! Yes, Steven Lawrence -- best known as his character Beans from the Disney Channel show -- is working about 300 miles away from Hollywood ... posting up in Santa's workshop at the Sunvalley Mall in Concord, CA. Photos from mall goers posing with Lawrence -- who's now 25 -- have started popping up on social media lately. A Sunvalley Mall
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Princess Kate Takes Prince George to Holiday Fair

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Princess Kate Takes Prince George to Holiday Fair
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas for Prince George. Just days before the latest photo set of the young royal was released, an expectant Princess Kate donned a baseball cap to take him to a local Christmas fair on Friday. (Well, that's one way to celebrate her homecoming after a whirlwind trip to the U.S.) George, who turns 17 months on Dec. 22, looked festive in an all-white outfit for the seasonal outing at London's Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park. His early Christmas gift? Kate treated George to a spin on a traditional teacup amusement ride. "George was smiling
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Infographic: Santa's Workshops in Cinema

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It's every child's dream to travel to the North Pole and pay a visit to Santa and his elves. Over the years, Hollywood has created some magical visions of what the big guy's fabled workshop might look like. Artist Chris Hebert has created this beautiful poster, exclusively for Fandango, that features some of the iconic versions of Santa's workshop as imagined in the movies.

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The 25 Best Christmas Movies Ever Made

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Am I the only one who finds most Christmas movies hypocritical? They spend tens of millions on lavish productions, recreating Santa's workshop or some such, all to tell us that Christmas is not about material things but about simple pleasures. It's enough to make you long for the homespun, slightly threadbare charms of a classic Christmas movie, like "Meet Me in St. Louis," released 70 years ago this week (on November 22, 1944).

People remember the film for its radiant Judy Garland performance and its classic songs, but it's also worth noting that the family portrayed here is not always prosperous and happy. Its signature scene is angry little Margaret O'Brien whacking the snowmen to pieces, and its signature musical number is the saddest and most wistful of all Christmas standards, "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," a song that yearns for happier times, "if the fates allow." Sometimes, as the song observes,
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Saving Santa Movie Review, Trailer, Pictures & News

In this seasonal animated adventure, inventive elf Bernard (voiced by Martin Freeman) builds a gadget that accidentally reveals the whereabout of Santa's workshop to Tim Curry's scheming billionaire Neville Baddington. He's keen to pinch the technology for Santa's superfast sleigh for his delivery business... but he fails to factor in Bernard, who rallies to the rescue against the rotter and his band of Santa-hating helpers.
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'The Bachelor': Victoria's drunken shenanigans cause a stir

Time to get started with the real "Bachelor" episodes, fans. Two one-on-one dates and a group date. The pre-show ad promises, "Hot clubs, hot rubs and one. hot. mess." Just the way we like it. Get your favorite wine ready and here we go.

Clare's Date

Molly (the dog) takes a dip in the pool, as Clare gets ready for her date. She says this could be the first date with her future husband and while that is technically true, let's not get ahead of ourselves, chicky.

Juan Pablo drives up, blindfolds Clare and whisks her off in his car, which is a lot cuter and less creepy than it sounds. The show keeps up the charade that the "Bachelor" is the one who actually plans these dates, as Jp talks about putting together the winter wonderland where the date is taking place -- in the middle of Los Angeles in approximately September,
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'Elf' at 10: Jon Favreau Reflects on Buddy's Magical Legacy

'Elf' at 10: Jon Favreau Reflects on Buddy's Magical Legacy
It's hard to remember now, but there was a time before Elf was everywhere – on frequent cable rotation, Broadway, and everyone's DVD shelf of classic Christmas movies. There was a time when Will Ferrell was not a surefire comedy movie star, and when Jon Favreau was the guy from Swingers who had directed some little indie films. But they set out to make a modern holiday classic, one that would rub shoulders with such perennial favorites as Miracle on 34th Street and TV's Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – and they succeeded.
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7 Letters to Santa That Will Warm the Heart

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7 Letters to Santa That Will Warm the Heart
The North Pole is known for wonder and whimsy, not it's Wi-Fi signal. Perhaps that's why Santa still depends on snail mail to uncover the wishes of kids around the world. We're happy that Mr. Claus still has kids licking stamps, or else we would miss out on scrawly, heartwarming requests like these. Emails and Instagram are quick, but they'll never replace the personality that comes through when you put pen, paper and child together. 1. And The List Goes On …The daughter of Deadspin's Drew Magary may have the most ambitious Christmas list we've seen. From the sensible (a bead
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What's your favourite Christmas movie? Digital Spy's festive classics

What's your favourite Christmas movie? Digital Spy's festive classics
It doesn't quite feel like Christmas until the TV schedules throw up some of our festive favourite movies. Whether it's the beloved Muppets Christmas Carol, or a high-octane offering like Die Hard, these movies are a brilliant way to get you in the mood for December 25.

We here at Digital Spy like nothing better than settling down in front of a good festive film, so with that in mind the site's staff members have rifled through their DVD collections to reminisce about the ones that mean the most to them...

Morgan Jeffery, TV Editor - Die Hard

John McTiernan's 1988 classic Die Hard - which introduced the world to Bruce Willis's wry yet passionate hero John McClane - is widely regarded as one of the very best examples of its type. That's action movies, not Christmas movies.

Yet Die Hard has all the hallmarks of a classic Christmas film
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Elf recap: Join the Elfalong movement!

Channel 4 have cancelled their annual showing of Elf, so Stuart Heritage is organising a mass DVD watch-along instead. Press play on Sunday 8 December at 3pm

"Son of a nutcracker" – Buddy

This Elfalong thing has got a bit out of hand. When I first noticed that Elf was absent from the Channel 4 schedules this year, I was slightly put out. Elf is only a decade old, but Channel 4's Elf Day has already become an institution. For many people, it signals the true start of Christmas.

But while I was slightly put out, everyone else seemed to be genuinely outraged. Elf was their film, and Christmas wasn't going to be Christmas unless there was some sort of communal watch-along. The additional fact that those arch enemies of free fun, Sky Movies, had bought the TV rights – and had completely missed the point by airing it every 20 minutes since
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Fashion Police Pre-Awards Season 2014 Predictions: Who Will Fall From Grace and Who Will Step Up to the Plate?

Fashion Police Pre-Awards Season 2014 Predictions: Who Will Fall From Grace and Who Will Step Up to the Plate?
The Halloween decor is down, the Thanksgiving turkeys are ordered and Santa's workshop is already fully built at the local mall, which can only mean one thing: it's almost Awards Season! As far as we at Fashion Police are concerned, this is the most wonderful time of the year. There's a new red carpet every day, meaning award-contenders and A-listers of every kind have to give every look everything they've got. It's no easy task, and success one year does not translate to a Best Dressed list nod the next. So to get us all ready for the big show to come, we thought we'd provide some well-researched predictions about whose fashions will fare best under the biggest spotlights of the year. Will...
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Will Ferrell Turns 46 -- See His Funniest Quotes!

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Can you believe Will Ferrell turns 46 today? Our favorite funnyman has kept us laughing throughout the years with movies classics like "Anchorman," "Elf" and "Step Brothers." The comedian got his start in the ‘90s on "Saturday Night Live" and seriously brought the laughs in skits like the Roxbury Brothers, the Spartan Cheerleaders and with his George W. Bush impersonations. While Ferrell parted ways with "SNL" in 2002, he's continued to make people laugh on the silver screen. We can't wait to see Will reprise his role as Ron Burgundy in "Anchorman: The Legend Continues"! To celebrate one of Hollywood's most hilarious leading men, check out Will's funniest quotes below! You're welcome.Will Ferrell's Funniest Quotes:1. "Discovered by the Germans in 1904, they named it San Diego, which, of course, in German means a whale's vagina." -- "Anchorman"2. "Well, um, actually a pretty nice little Saturday, we're going to go to Home Depot.
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Weekend Meme: Anderson Cooper's Dirty Jeans, Max Upgrades From Penny To Nickel on "Happy Endings," and Can't Tom Cruise Fade Into "Oblivion?"

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Happy Hanukkah!

Ty Burrell is going to star in the new Muppet movie as an Interpol agent, which makes sense as Ty is pretty much half Muppet to begin with.

Is gay culture dead?

In perhaps the creepiest news I've heard in a while, Verizon has applied for a patent on a DVR that watches you while you watch TV. It will know if you're eating, cuddling, screaming at the television, and serve up advertising based on that. Does this mean I have to have an electronics-free room, for you know, "me time?" I don't need to suddenly see eHarmony ads popping up.

With G4 going the way of the dinosaur, NBC Universal is in talks with Esquire to brand the channel as an upscale men's network. The good news is that John Barrowman would still be a fit as a guest host on just about anything.

Rather than banning
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Hugh Jackman Serenades Amanda Seyfried in N.Y.C.

Hugh Jackman Serenades Amanda Seyfried in N.Y.C.
Following a Sunday night screening of Les Miserables, the cast and crew dined at Porter House New York. Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Russell Crowe and Sacha Baron Cohen were all on hand to celebrate the film. Anna Wintour, Michael Kors, Joan Collins and Tony Danza were also there to enjoy passed items from Chef Michael Lomonaco including roasted sliced filet mignon with cabernet and shallot sauce, porcini mushroom ravioli with white truffle cream and bite-sized desserts including New York state apple pie, cream puffs and mini ice cream sandwiches. But the most delicious part of the
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'Rise of the Guardians' (2012) Movie Review

For all that it is, I enjoyed Rise of the Guardians as a film that offers a twist to the iconic holiday and mythological characters adults tell their children about, and does so in a way that doesn't taint what attracts us to these characters in the first place. This isn't to say you should expect anything too far outside the norm from a storytelling perspective, but the fact it's based on the book by William Joyce, whose magical animated short film The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore won the Oscar last year, should give some allusion to the imagination that inspired it into being. Adapted by David Lindsay-Abaire, whose genre reach spreads from Inkheart to Rabbit Hole as well as a hand in scripting an upcoming Poltergeist remake, Rise of the Guardians begins by introducing us to the titular Guardians -- Santa Claus (voiced by Alec Baldwin
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Cheryl Ladd is a 'much more modern' Mrs. Santa Claus in Disney video

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Cheryl Ladd is living proof that one of Charlie's Angels also can be Mrs. Santa Claus.

Soon after the classic female-detective show's "Complete Series" DVD release, the actress plays Father Christmas' spouse as Disney's direct-to-video offering "Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups" debuts Tuesday (Nov. 20). The title dogs talk, thanks to a voice cast that includes Richard Kind ("Argo") and Tom Everett Scott ("That Thing You Do!"), but it's hard to steal a movie totally from a Ladd clad as Mrs. Claus.

"I loved the script," she tells Zap2it, "and when I met with the producers, they kind of looked at me and said, 'You know, you're a little out-of-the-box.' I knew mine wouldn't be the first name that came to mind for Mrs. Santa Claus, but they liked the idea of reinventing her and having her with more energy.

"She's kind of a more Mary Poppins-y character,
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'Rise Of The Guardians' Review: The Pros And Cons Of The Animated Flick

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‘Tis the season… for costly 3D animated blockbusters! The newest animated confection to roll out of the major studio pipeline, just a few short weeks after the sweetly charming retro-romp “Wreck-It Ralph,” is “Rise of the Guardians,” the last film from DreamWorks Animation to be distributed by Paramount Pictures (next year, Fox will take over those duties). “Rise of the Guardians” collects various characters from mythology and folklore and puts them together into an “Avengers”-style super-team (Alec Baldwin is Santa Claus, Chris Pine is Jack Frost, Hugh Jackman is the Easter Bunny and Isla Fisher is the Tooth Fairy), to ward off the evil boogeyman Pitch (Jude Law). Is “Rise of the Guardians” the stuff of legend, or merely something that will (ever-so-briefly) get you away from your more annoying family members this holiday season? Let's find out. Pro: The Concept Is Ingenious How no one has previously thought
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