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Ralph Breaks The Internet – Review

Well, feature animation fans it’s time to empty out that big change jar and head down to the video arcade. You know, right next to the multiplex. What to do you mean it’s gone? Why the next thing you’ll tell me is that the Blockbuster Video is…uh, oh. That sums up the challenge for the folks at the Walt Disney Animation Studios. In 2010 they finally had a hit that almost rivaled their friendly (same company by then) neighbor at Pixar, a modern attitude take on the Rapunzel fairy tale called Tangled. And two years later Wdas had an even bigger hit with Wreck-it Ralph a zany look at what goes on after hours at a video arcade, a clever mix of Toy Story and Who Framed Roger Rabbit (lots of cameos from game superstars from several companies). Six years later Wdas decides to finally produce a
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Ralph Breaks the Internet Review

Ralph Breaks the Internet proves that even 8-bit characters can grow and develop.

It’s strange to think that Wreck-It Ralph came out before Frozen, but it did; the former arrived in 2012, while the latter emerged a year later. Frozen was a juggernaut that placed Disney Animation Studios on the same level as its sister studio, Pixar, but Wreck-It Ralph was a solid offering that kept Disney Animation’s momentum going after the triumph of Tangled two years earlier. Ralph’s deft and witty blend of adult nostalgia for 1980s 8-bit arcade video games, combined with a wonderful visual palette and a story that could enrapture little ones, proved to be a unique and satisfying combination.

After six years we at last have a sequel to Wreck-It Ralph, and it’s gratifying to say that Ralph Breaks the Internet, while having the slight whiff of corporate obligation around it, is an entertaining,
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Oh Bother! Winnie the Pooh Joins Kingdom Hearts III in New Trailer

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Kingdom Hearts III has just confirmed yet another classic Disney world, with a new trailer that features Winnie the Pooh. This won't be the first time we see the Winnie the Pooh world, as it has become something of a mainstay for Kingdom Hearts. More within...

One of the best parts of the Kingdom Hearts experience was always having the opportunity to experience new and different worlds. Hence, why we've been enamored with the trailers that revolve around Monsters Inc., Frozen, and Tangled. While it's always fun to play something new, it is equally exciting to return to the worlds we last experienced roughly 12 years ago. The latest trailer for Kingdom Hearts III shows that we'll be returning to a world that's become a mainstay in the Kingdom Hearts franchise, the Hundred Acre Wood.

Sora returns to 100 Acre Wood with Kingdom Hearts III! Check out additional gameplay revealing Sora’s
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Kingdom Hearts 3 Winnie the Pooh trailer revealed at X018

During the X018 event in Mexico City, fans of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts got a glimpse of Winnie the Pooh in the new Kingdom Hearts 3 trailer.

This isn’t the first time the franchise has visited the 100 Acre Wood and although the game is already choc-a-block full of Disney characters there are few that are as beloved as the “tubby little cubby all stuffed with fluff”.

If Winnie the Pooh doesn’t interest you (then why not?) the trailer also provides glimpses of other characters of the game interacting with our hero Sora, including Pirates of the Caribbean, Big Hero 6 and Tangled. There are even hints as to what the storyline could be with the shadowy Organisation Xiii.

Kingdom Hearts 3 will be available on 29th January 2019 on Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

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Lucca 2018: New Kingdom Hearts III Trailer Recreates Iconic Tangled Scenes

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With Kingdom Hearts III being just over two months away, it's time to get a closer look into the new world of Tangled.  Check out the new trailer that shows some familiar scenes!

Kingdom Hearts I & II allowed us the opportunity to experience the various Disney worlds we've treasured for decades.  Iconic moments, like the ballroom scene in Beauty and the Beast or the Cave of Wonders in Aladdin, have always been included but with a Kingdom Hearts twist to include Heartless, Nobodies, & the occasional Organization Xiii member.  From the looks of the latest trailer, Kingdom Hearts III will keep with that tradition.

While at Lucca Comics and Games, Square Enix debuted a new Kingdom Hearts III trailer that shows some of memorable moments from Tangled incorporated in the game.  Have a look!

Originally aired at Lucca Comics & Games, this trailer gives a sneak peek to magical Kingdom of Corona.
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Paramount Taps Trailer Park Exec Des Esposito As Evp Creative Advertising

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Former Trailer Park Evp and Creative Director Des Esposito is heading to Paramount Pictures where she will serve as Evp, Creative Advertising.

She begins on Nov. 5 and will lead the A/V, print, and digital campaigns for Paramount’s slate, reporting to the studio’s Co-President of Domestic Marketing Peter Giannascoli.

At Trailer Park, where Esposito worked for the last eight years, she created advertising materials for such event titles as Frozen, Coco, Moana, Zootopia, Inside Out, Big Hero 6, Brave, Incredibles 2, The Lego Movie, Paddington, Finding Dory and Monsters University.

Says Giannascoli in a statement, “Creative excellence is at the heart of every successful film campaign, and Destiny brings the talent, experience, and savvy to turn movies into must-see theatrical events. I have admired her work for many years and couldn’t be more excited to welcome her to our team.”

Prior to Trailer Park, Esposito was a producer
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Evanna Lynch (‘Dancing with the Stars’) Finally got the credit she deserves on Halloween Night [Watch]

Evanna Lynch (‘Dancing with the Stars’) Finally got the credit she deserves on Halloween Night [Watch]
I think “Harry Potter” star Evanna Lynch is one of the strongest contestants this season on “Dancing with the Stars,” but I don’t think her scores have always reflected that. Just last week on Disney Night she thought she nailed her “Tangled” jazz routine, but felt dejected when it only received 8s from the judges. After that disappointment she decided to stop dancing for the approval of others, but ironically that’s what finally did the trick for her scores on Halloween Night.

The judges have been nitpicking Lynch’s performances since day one when she got a shockingly low 5 from Len Goodman. So for her Halloween tango, Lynch wanted to embody a cat, that aloof animal that never asks for anyone’s permission, and her newfound confidence agreed with her. She and her pro partner Keo Motsepe delivered a routine full of strong choreography that was also one
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Evanna Lynch Turns Into a Disney Princess For Her Enchanting Tangled Performance on DWTS

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Evanna Lynch Turns Into a Disney Princess For Her Enchanting Tangled Performance on DWTS
Evanna Lynch's performances on Dancing With the Stars get more magical week after week, but Monday night was definitely one of our favorites. During Disney night, the former Harry Potter star channeled her inner Rapunzel as she danced to "When Will My Life Begin" from Tangled. Not only did she dress the part, but she acted just as cheerful as the Disney princess as she glided on the ballroom floor with her partner Keo Motsepe. While Lynch will always be Luna Lovegood to us, we have to admit, she would make a great live-action Rapunzel as well. See the pair's enchanting performance ahead.

Related: Dancing With the Stars Season 27: Find Out Who Got Eliminated
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Ed Catmull: Retiring Animation Pioneer Took Pixar and Disney to Infinity and Beyond

Ed Catmull: Retiring Animation Pioneer Took Pixar and Disney to Infinity and Beyond
Animation pioneer Ed Catmull, 73, Pixar co-founder and president of Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, will retire at the end of the year and serve as consultant through next July, marking his 40th year in the industry.

Simply put, there would be no animation and VFX industries as we know it without Catmull’s visionary tech contributions. Beginning with Pixar’s innovative shorts and ground-breaking “Toy Story” (1995), the first CG feature, he’s literally taken Pixar and Disney to infinity and beyond, serving as Yoda to John Lasseter’s Luke Skywalker, creating a multi-billion dollar industry.

Read More: John Lasseter’s Legacy: Why the Tarnished CG Animation Pioneer May Be Irreplaceable For Disney and Pixar

In looking back, the five-time Academy Award tech recipient never anticipated such astounding success: “The goal of making the animated feature was a goal that lasted 20 years,” Catmull told me. “And in the process of
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Pixar Co-Founder Ed Catmull to Retire

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Pixar Co-Founder Ed Catmull to Retire
Ed Catmull, a longtime leader at Pixar and Walt Disney Animation, has announced plans to retire.

Pixar president Jim Morris and Walt Disney Animation Studios president Andrew Millstein will continue in his place, as the 73-year-old transitions to an advisory role to end in summer 2019.

Morris and Millstein will report up to Walt Disney Studios President Alan Bergman, while each studio’s respective chief creative officer, Pete Docter and Jennifer Lee, will continue to report to Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn.

Catmull leaves behind a 40 year legacy of developing technology for film, and took part in Pixar’s historic release of the first ever computer animated feature (“Toy Story”) in 1995. He was hired by George Lucas in 1979 to lead the computer division at Lucasfilm. He would go on to co-found Pixar in 1986 with Steve Jobs and John Lasseter.

“Never in my wildest imagination could I have conceived of the
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Pixar Co-Founder Ed Catmull To Retire

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Pixar co-founder and computer animation pioneer Ed Catmull will retire next year after more than four decades working in the film industry. The soft-spoken computer engineer will step down from his current role as president of Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios at the end of the year, though he’ll serve in an advisory role through July 2019.

Following Catmull’s retirement, Pixar president Jim Morris and Walt Disney Animation Studios president Andrew Millstein will continue to oversee operations of their respective studios, reporting to Walt Disney Studios president Alan Bergman.

Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios will continue to be creatively led by chief creative officers Pete Docter and Jennifer Lee, respectively, reporting to Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn.

“Ed Catmull’s impact on the entertainment industry is immeasurable,” Disney CEO Bob Iger said in a statement Tuesday. “A pioneer of the intersection of creativity and technology,
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Evanna Lynch Turns Into a Disney Princess For Her Enchanting Tangled Performance on DWTS

Evanna Lynch's performances on Dancing With the Stars get more magical week after week, but Monday night was definitely one of our favorites. During Disney night, the former Harry Potter star channeled her inner Rapunzel as she danced to "When Will My Life Begin" from Tangled. Not only did she dress the part, but she acted just as cheerful as the Disney princess as she glided on the ballroom floor with her partner Keo Motsepe. While Lynch will always be Luna Lovegood to us, we have to admit, she would make a great live-action Rapunzel as well. See the pair's enchanting performance ahead.

Related: Dancing With the Stars Season 27: Find Out Who Got Eliminated
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30 Highest Grossing Animated Movies of All Time Worldwide

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30 Highest Grossing Animated Movies of All Time Worldwide
Cartoon characters have cleaned up at the worldwide box office, from animated hits like “Tangled” to the “Toy Story” trilogy to “Frozen

A look at top moneymakers, from “The Lion King” to “Zootopia.”

A look at top moneymakers, from “The Lion King” to “Zootopia.”

Cartoon characters have cleaned up at the worldwide box office, from hits like “Tangled” to the “Toy Story” trilogy to “Frozen

Cartoon characters have cleaned up at the worldwide box office, from hits like “Tangled” to the “Toy Story” trilogy to “Frozen

Cartoon characters have cleaned up at the worldwide box office, from hits like “Tangled” to the “Toy Story” trilogy to “Frozen

Cartoon characters have cleaned up at the worldwide box office, from animated hits like “Tangled” to the “Toy Story” trilogy to “Frozen

Cartoon characters have cleaned up at the worldwide box office, from hits like “Tangled” to the “Toy Story” trilogy to “Frozen
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‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 27: The Disney Week lineup includes ‘A Star Is Born’ (but not what you’re thinking)

‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 27: The Disney Week lineup includes ‘A Star Is Born’ (but not what you’re thinking)
Just like on “Dancing with the Stars: Juniors,” it’s Disney Week on “Dancing with the Stars” on Monday. Because there’s nothing like a little cross-promotion to get people to see your upcoming movie, which is what Joe “Grocery Store Joe” Amabile is tasked with doing. While everyone else has a song from a Disney classic, or at the very least a movie that’s been released, the “Bachelorette” alum is dancing to Imagine Dragons‘ “Zero” from “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” which hits theaters Nov. 21. And perhaps trying to cash in on the zeitgeist, DeMarcus Ware has “A Star Is Born” — from “Hercules,” that is. But you know someone is definitely going to dance to “Shallow” soon.

See ‘Dancing with the Stars: Juniors’: See who’s dancing what on Disney Week

Here’s the Week 5 lineup:

Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten: foxtrot — “Just Around the Riverbend
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Anya Taylor-Joy, Meghan Trainor, Adam Lambert & Daniel Radcliffe Among Voice Cast For ‘Playmobil: The Movie’

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Anya Taylor-Joy, Meghan Trainor, Adam Lambert & Daniel Radcliffe Among Voice Cast For ‘Playmobil: The Movie’
Exclusive: Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch), Gabriel Bateman (Lights Out), Daniel Radcliffe, comic-turned-actor Jim Gaffigan (Chappaquiddick) and singers Meghan Trainor and Adam Lambert lead the voice cast for family pic Playmobil: The Movie.

Trainor and Lambert will also sing original songs for the film.

The animation-live action hybrid movie, based on the popular kids toy line, is due out next year. The film will follow the adventures of siblings Charlie (Bateman) and Marla (Taylor-Joy). When the former unexpectedly disappears into the animated universe of Playmobil, Marla must go on a quest to bring him home. During her adventures she teams up with some unlikely new friends, including smooth-talking food truck driver Del (Gaffigan), dashing and charismatic secret agent Rex Dasher (Radcliffe), a wholehearted misfit robot and an extravagant fairy-godmother (Trainor). Lambert will voice the character of villain Emperor Maximus.

Director and story creator is Disney veteran Lino Disalvo, who served as
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Mandy Moore Opens Up About the "Trauma" of Her Divorce and How This Is Us Saved Her

Mandy Moore Opens Up About the
Mandy Moore is writing her own narrative and no one here is going to stop her. The This Is Us star opened up to Glamour about her career, love life and family and how she's come to terms with some of the choppier bits of her past. "I'm a woman now. I've been married and divorced. I've had ups and downs, professionally and personally," she told Glamour. Now, Moore is at what many consider to be a high point in her career. She's already had hit pop songs and appeared in plenty of films and TV shows since her teenage days, including A Walk to Remember, Princess Diaries, Tangled and I'm Not Here. Getting to where she is today, however, involved...
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Disney Sets ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Scribe Adele Lim & ‘Moana’ Producer Osnat Shurer For Animation Pic

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Exclusive: Disney is in development on an untitled fantasy-adventure animation film with Crazy Rich Asians screenwriter Adele Lim and Moana producer Osnat Shurer.

Disney story artists Paul Briggs (Frozen) and Dean Wellins (Zootopia) are attached to make their directorial debuts on the project which is being set up at Walt Disney Animation Studios. Plot is being kept under wraps but I understand the movie has an Asian element running through it and a female protagonist. It is a theatrical feature rather than one for Disney’s upcoming streaming service and the team is currently going through the casting process for the lead.

Disney development exec Shurer was previously head of Pixar’s short films output. She then produced Disney’s Oscar-nominated hit Moana, which crossed $640M at the worldwide box office. It sounds like this new movie could have some thematic similarities to that film, which followed the strong-willed daughter of a Polynesian village chief.
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‘Sneaky Pete’: Jeff Ross To Recur On Season 3 Of Amazon Series

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Comedy Central roast star Jeff Ross is set for a recurring role on the upcoming third season of Amazon’s hit series Sneaky Pete.

Created by Bryan Cranston and David Shore, Sneaky Pete stars Emmy nominee Giovanni Ribisi as con man Marius, who left prison only to find himself hunted by the vicious gangster he once robbed. With nowhere else to turn, he took cover from his past by assuming the identity of his cellmate Pete, “reuniting” with Pete’s estranged family.

Ross will play Doug Decker, Aka DC Doug, a behind the scenes political power player with a taste for high end wine and decadence.

The series, which hails from Sony Pictures Television, also stars Marin Ireland as Julia Bowman, Margo Martindale as Audrey Bernhardt, Shane McRae as Taylor Bowman, Libe Barer as Carly Bowman and Peter Gerety as Otto Bernhardt.

Ross is the star and executive producer of
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Original Voice Actors Reprise Their Roles for Kingdom Hearts III

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Square Enix has announced that the voices that helped make Frozen, Tangled, Toy Story, Hercules, and more are returning to breathe life into their characters in Kingdom Hearts III, more within...

Since the inception of movies to video games, very rarely have we seen the original actor(s) reprise their roles for the interactive version.  Even Kingdom Hearts, in its early days, had to bring in new actors to voice some iconic characters.  The most high profile voice of the series was mainly Haley Joel Osment.  With Kingdom Hearts III, however, that's all about to change.  Along with the return of Haley Joel Osment as Sora, Square Enix has announced that the highly anticipated game has brought in the A-list cast from Disney's Frozen and Tangled, along with some iconic voices from Pirates of the Caribbean, Hercules, Toy Story, and other Disney IPs to reprise their roles for the English dub.
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New trailer for Kingdom Hearts III shows off Big Hero 6’s San Fransokyo and more

Square Enix have released a brand new trailer for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III with the main focus on Disney’s much beloved Big Hero 6. Although this latest trailer takes us around the futuristic city of San Fransokyo there is much more to see, including footage and characters from the Disney and Pixar worlds of Frozen, Monsters, Inc., Tangled and Pirates of the Caribbean. If all this wasn’t enough, the trailer also introduces a new way in which Sora can use his Gummiphone. You can see the new trailer here…

Kingdom Hearts III will continue the story of friendship for Hiro Hamada, Honey Lemon, Go Go Tomago, Wasabi No-Ginger, Fred and the lovely Baymax as they set out on a whole new adventure with Sora, Donald and Goofy.

Square Enix has also revealed the official box art for the game. Featuring artwork drawn by series director, Tetsuya Nomura,
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