Twins Cameron and Nicholas Crovetti get to hang out at Nicole Kidman's house and play Jenga with Meryl Streep, so yeah, it's OK to be jealous.
One Twitter user wanted to know where all these children are getting their theatrical training.
Twenty-five years later, the comedian, who played a smarmy bellhop, recalls the film with fondness.
Mara Wilson explains what it's like to be a part of so many strangers' childhoods.
As a gay kid, I lived and breathed movies and television to escape from the teasing and bullying in school. I was drawn to characters like the ones Quinn played. They were sassy and authentic and used sarcasm to outwit the harshest opponents.
If you haven't seen him lately, you've probably heard him.
Many would call this abuse. Are we so starved for entertainment that we are willing to engage at a child's expense? Have
Wah! Wah! If you're my age (cough), you'll remember the Peanuts cartoon and Snoopy's famous way of talking. You'll also remember one of the Peanuts' gang, Marcie! In the recently released The Peanuts Movie, Marcie is voiced by Rebecca Bloom.
Living in Los Angeles can offer opportunities other places do not. In my late 20's I traveled to Hawaii thanks to an appearance on the Newlywed Game. Many years later I found myself, my husband and two of my kids in a paradise known as Fiji thanks to another fun little gameshow. This time, it was something different.
On NBC's The Blacklist, you play a younger version of Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone). What was it like working with her? Did