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  1. Disney Horses Who Rock: Horse Friendship is Magic

    There's more than just Maximus!

    Disney animated films have kind of a reputation for being all about romantic relationships, and depending on who you ask and when, the focus on "happily ever after" can be interpreted positively or negatively. Even before Frozen made Disney movie history for making a sibling relationship the focal point of the story, however, the horses of Disney have been there, in the background, being quietly (and not so quietly - I'm talking to you, Maximus!) awesome and concerned for their humans.

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  2. Help A Force for Change By Grabbing A Sweet Customized Stormtrooper Helmet

    Star Wars fans giving back.

    On Star Wars Day, Disney and Lucasfilm's charity, Force for Change, announced a new online auction in association with eBay's Giving Works for UNICEF - and all you have to do to donate is drop some cash on a sweet customized Stormtrooper helmet, designed by different artists worldwide.

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  3. Pixar Is Developing a Superhero Short About Hinduism and Being Indian American

    Sanjay Patel is the son of Indian immigrants. He grew up reading comics and watching cartoons like any American kid, but was also involved with the Hindu rituals of his family. Now an artist for Pixar, he and his team are developing a story based off his experiences called Sanjay's Super Team.

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  4. The Trailer for Disney’s Descendants Is Your Goth Teen Dream and/or Nightmare

    Mirror, mirror, on the wall, will this movie suck or enthral?

    The new Disney Channel Original Movie Descendants follows the teen kids of Disney's most infamous villains—Jafar, the Evil Queen, Cruella, and Maleficent—as they're sent away from home to a "preppy school" for the first time. If fourteen-year-old alt-kid me had seen this, I would have been all over it.

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  5. Avenge This: Theaters In Germany Boycott Avengers: Age of Ultron


    Over 686 screens in 193 small towns across Germany have decided to boycott showing Avengers: Age of Ultron due to Disney's decision to raise the rental fee for the film.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Hayao Miyazaki’s Easter Eggs. Everywhere.

    Does this mean all the movies are in the same universe or something?

    What do Studio Ghibli and Pixar have in common? Easter eggs. Self-referential easter eggs everywhere.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Jared Leto’s Joker Meets The Internet

    What if he got memes tattooed all over his body instead?

    Jared Leto's Suicide Squad Joker picture has been floating around for about a day now, and the denizens of the Internet wasted no time in taking their jabs at the actor's take on the villain.

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  8. The Tucc Is Loose! Stanley Tucci Joins Beauty and the Beast Cast as New Character

    Who is playing the footstool, Hollywood? Who?!

    According to Variety, Stanley Tucci has closed a deal to "round out" the cast of Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast, joining Emma Watson, Emma Thompson, Ian McKellen, Ewan McGregor and a whole whack of other stars.

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  9. In the Name of Love! Ewan McGregor to Play Beauty and the Beast‘s Lumiere

    What is dinner without a little music?

    Although the cast for Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast assembled for their first read-through last week, a late addition has just been announced: Ewan McGregor will be playing Lumiere to Ian McKellen's Cogsworth.

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  10. Disappointed, But Not Surprised: Disney Excludes Black Widow From Avengers: Age of Ultron Merch


    We told you this was going to happen - and lo and behold, Black Widow is missing from nearly all of Disney and Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron merchandise.

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  11. R2-D2 One-Ups BB8 With His Own Airplane

    Put your ass in an astromech.

    What delusions of grandeur?

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  12. Doctor Who‘s Tenth Doctor Seasons Will Soon Air on… Disney XD?



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  13. Emma Watson and Friends Say Bonjour in First Group Shot of Beauty and the Beast Cast

    No one selfies like Gaston.

    Now they just need to add Ian McKellen, Emma Thompson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Audra McDonald! Oh, and Patrick Stewart as the Lumiere to Ian McKellen's Cogsworth. If I wish for it hard enough, maybe it'll happen.

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  14. GLAAD Releases Annual Report on LGBTQ+ Representation in Hollywood; Gives Failing Grades to Disney and Sony

    GLAAD released its third annual report on Hollywood's LGBTQ+ representation earlier today, and although this year saw some notable improvements, GLAAD president Sarah Kate Ellis notes that most major studios still have significant work to do.

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  15. We Are All this Little Girl Crying Over The Lion King

    He lives in you.

    Those wildebeests trampled my heart, too.

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  16. Live-Action Mulan Sparks Whitewashing Concerns

    Don't do it...

    Hollywood doesn't exactly have the best track record when it comes to casting actors of color for characters of color; though you'd think the days of "Italians playing Native Americans" had been left in the past, all you have to do is look at any anime adaptation, including the tragic Avatar: The Last Airbender, to see the problems we're still having with diverse casting.

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  17. If It’s Not Baroque, Don’t Fix It: Ian McKellen to Play Cogsworth in Live-Action Beauty and the Beast

    Hermione and Gandalf, together at last

    According to Variety, wizard-for-hire Sir Ian McKellen has joined what is shaping up to be the extremely likable cast of Disney's Beauty and the Beast rebeaut. Production will reportedly begin later this year for a March 17, 2017 release date.

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  18. Dreamboat Ryan Gosling in Talks to Haunt our Nightmares in Disney’s Haunted Mansion Movie

    Please don't pull a "dead the whole time" with him, Disney.

    Hey, girl. I don't want to scare you, but...

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  19. 12-Year-Old Girl Takes the Gaming Industry to Task Over Paying for Female Characters

    "Why?" -Argument won.

    Free-to-play games have their share of problems that apply to everyone—they make downloading and playing the game on a basic level free, but extra features, characters, and other bonuses generally require the player to pay up. That can be frustrating, but it gets even worse when you look at which of these games charge players to use a female character, and 12-year-old Madeline Messer did just that.

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  20. Disney Attempting to Make Pinocchio a Literal Real Boy, Developing a Live-Action Adaptation

    Who wished upon a star for this? WHO?

    Well, Disney can never be accused of fixin' something that ain't broke. Or something. Anyway, they are now developing a live-action Pinocchio so they can continue the successful wave of live-action adaptations that includes Maleficent and the current Cinderella.

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