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Holy Crap, an Obi-Wan Kenobi Movie Really Is in Development!

It's as if millions of voices suddenly cried out.


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Things We Saw Today: Taylor Swift Testifies Against Radio DJ Who Felt Her Up During a Photo Op

Earlier today, Taylor Swift testified against David "Jackson" Mueller, a radio DJ from KYGO in Denver, whom she's in the process of counter-suing (for $1) after he sued her (for $3 Million) for defamation and wrongful accusation, blaming her for getting him fired. What was the accusation? That he grabbed her ass during a meet-and-greet photo op. By the way, there's an actual photo of it happening.

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Mulan as Trans Icon: Personal Resonance Vs. Misinformation

Disney's Mulan speaks to many trans people's experiences of gender simply because of the nature of the story it was telling. That's awesome. What's not awesome is trying to be an ally by using those personal experiences to spread misinformation more broadly.

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Disney Store Adds Official Ms. Marvel Costume for Young Aspiring Heroes

We're already super jealous of all the little ones that'll be snagging this awesome Kamala Khan costume. 

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Disney Announces End of Netflix Deal, Meaning Your Marvel Faves Might Have a New Home

Disney CEO Bob Iger just announced that the media giant will be ending its deal with Netflix, pulling its programming from the streaming platform when their deal comes to a conclusion in 2019.

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“Love Is Love in McStuffinsville”: Doc McStuffins Airs Episode Featuring a Two-Mom Household

A recent Doc McStuffins episode centers around a two kids and their moms, voiced by Wanda Sykes and Portia de Rossi, learning about earthquake preparation.

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Things We Saw Today: New Rick and Morty Promo Is Some Multi-media Weirdness

Adult Swim favorite Rick and Morty is coming back at the end of the month, so check out this new promo titled "Exquisite Corpse” which is a surreal montage of scenes in different animation styles. In the style of exquisite corpse, each animator was only given the end of the previous segment, making for some outrageous and trippy scenes.

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Whoopi Goldberg Encourages Disney to Stop Hiding Song of the South, Along With Our History

In the video interview after the jump, Whoopi Goldberg says, "I’m trying to find a way to get people to start having conversations about bringing Song of the South back, so we can talk about what it was and where it came from and why it came out."

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It’s Been 14 Years, but Incredibles 2 Will Pick Up Where the First Left Off

Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter told IGN, “It starts right as the first one finishes, so it just carries on...It starts with the Underminer and a big old set piece. You know that at the end of the first movie when he comes up and you see the family dressed as superheroes, well that’s where start this movie.”

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Disney Reveals Stunning Full Look at Star Wars Land Park Expansion Ahead of D23 Expo

We've been tracking the progress of Disney's planned Star Wars Land park addition with no small sense of delight, and now they've finally dropped the first official look at the expansion as their D23 event looms and threatens to consume our entire weekend. We're OK with that.

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The First Images from Ava DuVernay’s A Wrinkle in Time Will Take You Into Different Worlds

The EW images show director Ava DuVernay with Storm Reid who plays Meg, the protagonist "who’s whisked on a cosmic adventure to find her missing scientist father (Chris Pine)."

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Are We Seriously Supposed to Believe There Are No Brown Men Talented Enough for Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin?

Sources suggested that the search for a lead in Disney's live-action Aladdin has been "especially" difficult because the team is only looking at Middle Eastern and Indian actors. This is just plain racist.

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Star Wars: Forces of Destiny Series Begins, Proving Rey Used the Force Well Before Meeting Kylo Ren

We've been really excited about the arrival of the Disney animated digital series, Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, in which we'll delve deeper into the stories of the women of the Star Wars universe. The series launched today, and begins with Rey, BB-8...and a Nightwatcher worm. Check it out after the jump!

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A Great Disturbance: Han Solo Movie Lost Directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord Mid-Filming

I have a bad feeling about this.

There was already plenty of reason to be worried about a Han Solo backstory movie, if only because some things are best left to the imagination. But, we had allowed ourselves to be optimistic about it when Phil Lord and Chris Miller of The LEGO Movie, among other things, got involved. That was all thrown up in the air last night when news broke that Lord and Miller had left the project.

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Review: Cars 3 Is a Comeback Story About Grief, Doubt, and Growing Old

3.5 out of 5 stars.

Is it Toy Story 3 or Finding Dory? No, but it's an effective send-off to the Cars world and a good choice for the family.

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The Frozen Team Has a New Holiday Song in Olaf’s Frozen Adventure

Disney shared a trailer for an upcoming winter holiday short titled "Olaf's Frozen Adventure," where the snowman mascot voiced by Josh Gad goes out to hunt for different holiday family traditions.

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Things We Saw Today: Emily Blunt and James Corden Perform Romeo and Juliet (Abridged)

In this abridged version, the production includes "14 modern songs, across seven different sets and just one take to get it right." The two absolutely hit it out of the part in this Into the Woods reunion.

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The Land of the Dead Is Lively and Colorful in New Coco Trailer

Enter the Land of the Dead in the latest trailer for Lee Unkrich's "love letter to Mexico," Coco.

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Cry Over The New Mary Poppins Returns Photos With Me

New photos from Entertainment Weekly give us a look at scenes with the amazing cast that includes Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ben Whishaw, and Meryl Streep.

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Deleted Scene Reveals at Least One Beauty and the Beast Servant Became a Toilet

Beauty and the Beast, like many children's classics involving magic, becomes a little terrifying when you think about the implications for a bit too long.

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