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"Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet" has a unique message for children, the actress tells HuffPost Live.
This question demands a lot of detail. I'm not sure I can provide all of it. I'll do my best to sketch it in here. I'll doubtless miss something. I'll probably also get stuff wrong. There are a lot of moving parts to a Pixar movie production. There are people whose jobs involve keeping track of those parts. I never worked one of those jobs.
My time with Disney was 15 years ago, so things may have changed. At first I was extremely stressed out. I was working at the best of the best. I ended up getting an ulcer in the first two months I was there.
This year's five Oscar nominees for Best Animated Feature have something unusual in common: in none of them is the young protagonist raised by his or her birth mother.
Hi everyone, I'm the Oren Jacob in the video. Hopefully I can offer some first person color commentary about the video above that might serve to answer the questions here.
"Frozen" has officially become the highest-grossing animated film of all time, its total reaching $1.072 billion this weekend -- $398.4 million domestically and $674 million internationally -- following a strong performance after its final opening in Japan.
According to Lino Disalvo, head of animation for the film, female cartoon characters have always been really hard to animate
Disney Hopes Little Mermaid Fans Will Embrace the Communal, Interactive Movie-going Experience that 'Second Screen Live' Offers
While some cinema purists might tell you that this limited engagement of Second Screen Live: The Little Mermaid is the beginning of the end, I personally prefer to think of what Disney is doing in those 16 theaters around the country starting today as kind of a bold experiment.
2. Best known for "Law and Order," Jerry Orbach played Lumiere, the candle in "Beauty and the Beast." 3. Meg Ryan played
The teaser trailer for their latest stop-motion animated feature, "The Boxtrolls," is all about what makes a family. The
Gay dads don't get many advantages in the parenting landscape these days, but for whatever reason, due to a patriarchal Hollywood complex or just mere coincidence, there is a full treasure trove of great, father-affirming family material available.
You may know the Fine Brothers as the minds behind Kids React to Viral Videos, but they have other video series up their