Black Widow and Punisher are on a mission to save the world in their first feature-length film — and we’ve got a first look at what you can expect from their exploits.
All Ponyville’s a stage in the next episode of My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic, which finds Sweetie Belle making her debut as a playwright, director, and actress. (Her play, naturally, stars the rest of the Cutie Mark Crusaders as well.) The show also features costumes made by Sweetie Belle’s older sister, designer pony extraordinaire Rarity. In fact, the outfits are so stunning that they end up getting more praise than Sweetie Belle’s own work. Oh no! What’s a filly to do?
Captain America‘s Chris Evans and Jessie‘s Debby Ryan will join fellow actors Andy Samberg and Kristen Bell as presenters at this year’s Kids’ Choice Awards.
WWE and Total Divas stars Brie and Nikki Bella will also present, and WWE wrestler John Cena and Muppets Most Wanted‘s Ross Lynch will make some special appearances on the show.
Check out the awards March 29 at 8 p.m. on Nickelodeon.
Ever wondered what would happen if your favorite Disney Channel character swapped shows with your other favorite Disney Channel character? Well, you’ll get to find out in April when the Disney Channel puts on a special “What the What?!?” weekend where characters will switch shows for brand-new episodes.
Here are some to look forward to: A.N.T. Farm‘s Sierra McCormick and Dog With a Blog’s G Hannelius on Jessie; Good Luck Charlie’s Leigh-Allyn Baker on Dog With a Blog; Austin & Ally‘s Laura Marano on Liv and Maddie, Jessie’s Peyton List on I Didn’t Do It, and Teen Beach Movie‘s Grace Phipps on Austin & Ally.
This special “What the What?!?” guest-star weekend kicks off April 11 and goes until the evening of April 13. Check out a clip from one of the switched-up shows – I Didn’t Do It — below.
Acting with puppets was nothing new for Anna Kendrick when she visited Sesame Street. The Pitch Perfect star had appeared in a music video with the Fraggles, Ben Folds Five and Chris Hardwick in 2012.
“All I need to do now is the Muppets, and I’ve got the ultimate trifecta,” Kendrick told EW on the set of Sesame Street.
With her previous bit of acting alongside Jim Henson creations, Kendrick knew to expect the puppeteers to chat with her, in character, via their puppets, during her time on set. But even that didn’t quite prepare Kendrick for when little Abby Cadabby the fairy told her, “I really liked your arc and range in Up in the Air.”
“That was a freaky experience,” the Oscar-nominee said.
She teamed up with Abby and Elmo for Sesame Street‘s “Word on the Street” segment, where she teaches kids about the word “absorb.” If Kendrick could have picked any other Sesame Street resident to join her for the segment, she’d invite Mr. Snuffleupagus, a favorite from her days watching the PBS program as a kid.
“But I think that might be a little hard to get in frame — me and Snuffleupagus,” the diminutive actress noted.
Check out Kendrick’s Sesame Street appearance below: READ FULL STORY
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
The iconic cat and mouse rivals Tom and Jerry are taking their never-ending battle to HD.
EW has your exclusive first look at Cartoon Network’s The Tom and Jerry Show, a revival of the classic in a brightly colored, high-definition world. With the same look, characters and sensibility of the original films dating back to 1940, each episode will consist of two, 11-minute shorts.
The cast includes stars and familiar voices Simon Helberg (The Big Bang Theory) and Jason Alexander (Seinfeld). Check out some of the crazy antics you can expect below:
The Tom and Jerry Show premieres on Cartoon Network Wednesday, April 9th at 5:30 pm ET.
Huh! Didn’t see that one coming.
Saturday’s Friendship Is Magic introduces a new character to Ponyville: Maud Pie, fun-loving Pinkie Pie’s older sister. The thing is, Maud isn’t exactly what the rest of the Mane Six expect: She’s deadpan, offbeat, and altogether unlike her spirited sibling. (Think Aubrey Plaza, but… a pony.) Can the gang bond with Maud anyway? We’ll find out this weekend — but this exclusive clip from the episode doesn’t exactly bode well:
Kids who would rather watch basketball than Big Bang Theory are in for a treat this summer when Nickelodeon premieres their first Kids’ Choice Sports awards show, a spin-off of the long-running Kids’ Choice Awards.
While the Kids’ Choice Awards focus on pop culture — TV shows, movies, music — this new awards ceremony will be all about sports. Michael Strahan, former Giants player and current host of Live! With Kelly and Michael, will host and showcase the year’s biggest moments in sports. Top athletes will be a major part of the show, competing in slime-filled competitions and showing off their skills, and the ceremony will even feature a half-time show complete with a live performance by a yet-to-be-announced act.
“Sports are a huge part of kids’ lives, and in the spirit of Kids’ Choice, we are going to celebrate it in the biggest, loudest, slimiest way possible this summer!” president of Nickelodeon Cyma Zarghami said in a statement.
Kids’ Choice Sports will air July 17 from the UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion.
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
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