Get ready to have some fun with Bagheera the Panther and Baloo the Bear, as Disney’s The Jungle Book makes its way to the big screen.
Disney’s live-action Jungle Book, will be released on October 9, 2015 date. According to Deadline, Jon Favreau is set to direct the film.
This will be the second live-action version of the 1967 Disney animated film. The first live-action The Jungle Book was released in 1994.
Planes serves as the spin-off to Disney’s hit movie Cars. And now the official animated trailer for the aerodynamic movie is here.
The movie features the voices of Dane Cook, Carlos Alazraqui, Cook replaces Jon Cryer who was the voice of the main character ‘Dusty’ up until last month.
Dusty (Cook) is a cropdusting plane who dreams of competing in a famous aerial race. The problem? He is hopelessly afraid of heights. With the support of his mentor Skipper and a host of new friends, Dusty sets off to make his dreams come true.
Planes hits theaters on August 9, until then check out the adorable trailer below.
New Music Video: Jordin Sparks – “The World I Knew” (Theme Song For The Disney Movie “African Cats”)
“The World I Knew” is the official theme song for the upcoming Disney movie, African Cats. The movie is a nature documentary that follows the lives of two cat families and how they adapt to life in the wild. The theme song is performed by American Idol winner Jordin Sparks. African Cats is narrated by actor Samuel L. Jackson and hits theaters on Earth Day, April 22.
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Jennifer Hudson helped celebrate f Disney’s new Disney Dream cruise ship on Jan. 19 in Orlando.
Hudson posed alongside Walt Disney Company president and CEO Robert A. Iger , Walt Disney Parks and Resorts chairman Thomas O. Staggs and a ceremonial bottle of Champagne at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new cruise ship.
The Dreamgirls actress also dished on details of her wedding to David Otunga and their relationship as a whole.
On her wedding dress and wedding details:
“Everything is already set. We already have our wedding bands and everything made, and Neil Lane made them. I designed [my dress] myself. I did. It has its own show. It is a show, so it has to have its own moment with special lighting and everything, and theme music. Oh, I am so serious. It’s white. That’s the color, in keeping with tradition. Baby came first, but hey.
Oh my God, [planning] is so hard, and then the bride has to make all the decisions, and that’s a lot of pressure. It’s like ‘I don’t know what I want!’
One minute I wanted this huge, grand wedding, and now I’m like ‘I don’t know that I want it so big.’ I have to make up my mind again. We’ll have to wait and see, but I know I’ll be wearing Neil Lane.”
David, Jr. will look just like his father in his tux. So cute. I’ll have both my Davids. Maybe he’ll walk Mommy down the aisle. That would be so cute!”
On her and David’s “Punk and Punky’s” adventuresome relationship
“We’re two big, giant kids, and we have the best time together. We call it our Punk and Punky adventures. [laughs] That’s how we are. I think we complement each other well. He’s a genius, he’s super smart, and I think he’s the perfect man for me.
That’s the thing – you never know [what adventures]. We’ll just get up, and then there’s the day, and we’ll have no idea what’s going to happen, but we end up not like on this winding, never-ending journey, like ‘OK, what are we doing? What’s happening today?’ but it’s like we’re friends first, and we enjoy each other’s company, and it’s a lot of fun. It’s us together. These adventures are random, he snatches me out of bed, like ‘let’s go!’ It’s like ‘ohh! Where are we going?’ It’s like we’re on the David roller coaster. [laughs].”
Singer/actress Raven-Symone attended the screening of Disney‘s Tinker Bell And The Great Fairy Rescue on August 28, in California. The That’s So Raven actress had been sporting a short hairstyle for quite some time, but by the looks of it, she’s decided to change up her style once again. In the film, Symone does the voice of the fairy Iridessa.