Princess Love flipped the birds when Zachary Levi quipped about her husband and reality star Kim Kardashian's infamous 2007 sex tape.
Levi described the film as “Big” meets Superman.
"If you’ve had a turkey leg at Disneyland, you’ve eaten an emu, folks."
I don't ask him to itemize the ups and downs, but instead tell him that the brief off-Broadway run this season at the York
Melody can really lift a musical. We tend to forget that today, as we savor shows where the heavy lifting is done by the flying winches or the maxed-out sonic levels or the puppets or the Mormons or the hooks, the beats, the rhymes.
In terms of musicals, there are two that have opened already this spring, the Roundabout revival of She Loves Me and the jukebox musical Disaster!
She Loves Me does more than just ward off the haters; it's a lovely and gentle reminder that Broadway has always packed the same punch and has long been a reliable vehicle for consistent, unwavering beauty.
If you like your shows with glorious music in the air and a dollop of schlag atop the café viennois, you are sure to float away from your visit to She Loves Me on a silver-laced cloud.
If you loved Disney's "Tangled," then you're in luck. Disney Channel announced on Wednesday that the 2010 animated film will
As part of today's official announcement of Disney Television Animation's Tangled series, Gary Marsh -- President and Chief Creative Officer of Disney Channels Worldwide -- was quick to praise the talented team that has come together to make this new TV show possible.