Phineas and Ferb, the well-liked Disney cartoon with the extremely angular-headed protagonist, has been off the air for a solid five years now, which makes the impending release of a movie very welcome. Now that movie has a release date. As reported by Entertainment Weekly, Phineas and Ferb the Movie:
When I reflected on the past decade of dating at the end of 2019, none of us had any idea what was in store for us at the start of this year.
What to do with the kids while you enjoy Hamilton? The out-of-this-world animated movie Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against the Universe, from Disney Television Animation, will premiere exclusively on Disney+ on Friday, August 28. Executive-produced by the creators/executive producers of the Emmy Award-winning Phineas and Ferb series, Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh, [
When Jessie was abandoned in Toy Story 2, but that didn't mean she was incapable of giving or receiving love.
Charlie Kaufman is one of our most striking, unorthodox auteurs. From Adaptation to Synecdoche, New York to Anomalisa, the man makes exceptionally knotted, complicated, and metatextual journeys into the mind (well, usually his own). His latest project, I'm Thinking of Ending Things, sounds like all of these things -- with the additional, exceptional wrinkle of being an all-out psychological horror film. I've been waiting with patient breath to hear when this thing might get released, and now all...
On July 3, the Disney Plus streaming service will release a filmed version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton,” timed for the Independence Day holiday weekend. Here’s what you need to know.
The numbers, beyond just the legendary 56-game hitting streak, are staggering. Joe DiMaggio hit for power and average and, it seemed, never, ever struck out.
Tarzan II is also swinging onto the streaming service.
“One summer can change everything,” teased the ad for Season 3 of Stranger Things, and it certainly did. The year was now 1985, the Hawkins, Indiana, crew were on the cusp of adulthood, and the newly opened Starcourt Mall was the talk of the town. But danger wasn’t far away, and fears remained that the [
Understanding what a society fears goes a long way toward understanding what it values, and horror movies have long served as a funhouse mirror, distorting and reflecting our collective cultural hangups. The subtext of The Exorcist is fear of single mothers producing godless teenage girls who grow into troublesome women, disrespectful of patriarchal institutions, and the brilliant but deeply flawed Silence of the Lambs is, at its heart, a movie just as much about workplace harassment and the...
You really do get to be in the room where it happened.
Is America headed for a French-style revolution along the lines of the one in 1789? Let’s hope not. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said as much