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Before the hook, James was just a two-handed cabin boy on a pirate ship in Neverland when he met a fairy named Zarina. And now he wants to sing about it!
Tom Hiddleston (Loki in Marvel’s Thor and The Avengers) voices the young, future Captain in The Pirate Fairy, Disney’s upcoming straight-to-Blu-ray film out April 1. And now you can get your first listen of Loki’s impressive pipes.
The Pirate Fairy follows Tinkerbell (Mae Whitman) as she leads her fellow Pixie Hollow fairies to get back their stolen pixie dust taken by Zarina (Christina Hendricks). As many Disney movies have taught us before, pirates and fairies don’t really mix well and as expected, trouble ensues! Watch the musical sneak peek below: READ FULL STORY
Cars 2 was an enormous box-office hit, but as Mater skipped around the globe as an oblivious player in the world of espionage, fans of the original film may have felt a little homesick for Radiator Springs. Fortunately, Lightning McQueen’s adopted hometown gets another close-up in The Radiator Springs 500 ½.
The entire cast of voices from the films, including Owen Wilson, is back for this six-minute short, which will premiere later this spring exclusively on Disney Movies Anywhere. The gang is enjoying a Founders Day celebration to honor the late Stanley when a gang of Baja racers descend on the town and challenge Lightning to a race.
“We kind of played it up like a western,” says Rob Gibbs, the Mater’s Tall Tales vet who directed the short along with Scott Morse. “These off-road racers come to town, like gunslingers looking for the hottest gunslinger in Radiator Springs, Lightning McQueen. They challenge him to a race, like someone would challenge someone to a duel.”
As you can see from the photo, Lightning isn’t one to walk (drive?) away from a challenge. While he and the Baja pros see who’s the fastest, Mater leads the rest of the gang through a leisurely Founders Day tour of Stanley’s original frontier route. “It’s kind of a contrast between how much fun the tour is and how scary and painful the racers’ journey is, because they take a right where Mater told them to take a left,” says Gibbs. READ FULL STORY
Lacey Chabert talks 'Mean Girls,' voice acting, and the catchphrase that just won't die ('so fetch!')
Fans probably know Lacey Chabert best as iconic feminism expert Gretchen Wieners in Mean Girls.
What they may not know is that Chabert is also a prolific voice actress, lending her pipes to roles including Eliza Thornberry in The Wild Thornberrys and, most recently, Dani Burns on the second season of The Hub cartoon Transformers Rescue Bots.
“I like that in voice acting you can play different characters than you can when you’re on camera and you’re limited by your physical being,” she explained to EW earlier this week. “The upside is you don’t have to have hair and makeup. You can go in your sweats if you want — that’s always a plus! I particularly like this show because it’s a group of guys that have become like my brothers. We get to see each other once a week — we actually record together. Most of the time for [voice] you record separately. On this one, we get to actually be with each other, which helps tell the story better. They’re lovely people and we hang out after almost every session. They’re such great guys; I’m like a little sister there.” READ FULL STORY
Get ready for some cuteness: The first trailer for Paddington is here.
The movie is based on the beloved books about Paddington, a Peruvian bear who finds himself in London, where he gets adopted by the Brown family. David Heyman, known for his work on Gravity and the Harry Potter films, produced Paddington and got big names like Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth involved.
Paddington Bear, voiced by Firth, is animated and placed in a live-action environment — think Ted, but family-friendly. Other stars include Peter Capaldi, Sally Hawkins, and Hugh Bonneville.
Paddington doesn’t hit American theaters until December, but check out the trailer below to see what you’re in for:
When Anna first meets Kristoff in Frozen, he’s not in a very sunny mood. In fact, he’s practically a snowman, covered from head to foot in snow and ice when he enters Oaken’s Trading Post (and Sauna) to stock up on some carrots for Sven. His spirits are low, since his ice business has suddenly taken a turn for the worse now that Arendelle is frozen, and he can’t even afford Sven’s meager snack.
But in an alternate scene that was considered for Anna and Kristoff’s mountain-slope meet-cute, it was Anna who is left wearing a coat of ice. Kristoff and Sven swoosh past through the snow, dousing the princess, and Kristoff comes off more as money-hungry rascal. He’s still chilled to the bone, but he’s warm enough to think straight and all that’s on his mind is his reward for news about Elsa.
Click below to see the storyboarded scene, complete with the actors’ voices. READ FULL STORY
Thought the adventures of My Little Pony‘s Equestria Girls — pony-human hybrids who share the names and personalities of My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic‘s Mane 6 — ended when Twilight Sparkle escaped back through the portal to Canterlot High?
Think again. (Also, the previous sentence makes sense — I promise.)
Hasbro Studios reveals exclusively to EW that it will release a second Equestria Girls movie later this year. The film’s plot is under wraps for now — but given this teaser and the film’s title, My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, it’s safe to assume that music will play a larger role than ever. Get ready to shake your tail and watch the clip below:
Disney's 'Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story': Short film explores the blank canvas of love -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Disney Interactive and Google have partnered up just in time for Valentine’s Day for the new original animated short film Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story.
Based on the popular Disney Parks Vinylmation collectible franchise, the 38-minute stop-motion animated film is available to watch exclusively on Google Play. Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story tells the story of Blank, an unpainted Vinylmation on an epic adventure through an original new world to find his lost soul mate. Watch an exclusive clip below as Blank meets his love Bow for the first time:
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Sure, there’s no place like home — but who would turn down a chance to go back to the merry old land of Oz?
Enter Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return, a 3-D animated musical based on Roger Stanton Baum’s 1989 novel Dorothy of Oz. (And yes, Roger is one of those Baums; original Oz author L. Frank was his great-grandfather.) The story follows the heroic Dorothy Gale (Lea Michele) back to the beloved fantasy land, where she and her pals — the Scarecrow (Dan Aykroyd), the Cowardly Lion (Jim Belushi), the Tin Man (Kelsey Grammer), and Glinda (Bernadette Peters) must face a wicked new villain: the Jester (Martin Short.)
The film won’t hit theaters for another few months — but you can get a first glimpse at it in the four addition exclusive images below. (Unfortunately, you’ll just have to imagine any Lea/Bernadette duets for now.)
First clip from 'The Pirate Fairy': Christina Hendricks is mixing something magical -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
What if Joan Holloway Harris morphed into a spunky brunette fairy? Well, she’d sound something like Never Land resident Zarina — a winged dust-keeper voiced by Mad Men star Christina Hendricks.
Zarina is the star of Disney’s upcoming straight-to-Blu-ray film The Pirate Fairy, which follows the titular sprite’s adventures after she decides to ditch Pixie Hollow for a pirate ship — and gets to know a two-handed cabin boy named James who will one day be known as Captain Hook. Also: He’s voiced by Tom Hiddleston. It’s like the Internet wrote this movie.
Catch your first glimpse at Zarina in action by watching this exclusive clip, in which Z shows Tinker Bell (Arrested Development‘s Mae Whitman) her mad dust-mixing skills. Bet she’d also make a killer fairy martini if pressed.
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