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Screenwriter Accuses Disney Of Stealing The Idea For 'Zootopia'


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Disney is being sued by a screenwriter who claims the company stole his idea for the Oscar-winning animated film Zootopia.

Gary L. Goldman, who wrote 1990 sci-fi flick Total Recall and executive produced Minority Report, claims in a lawsuit that Disney’s Zootopia is “substantially similar” to a project he once pitched with the same title.

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Ginnifer Goodwin , Josh Dallas - John Varvatos 13th Annual Stuart House Benefit at the John Varvatos Store - Arrivals at John Varvatos Store - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 17th April 2016

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Ginnifer Goodwin - John Varvatos 13th Annual Stuart House Benefit Presented By Chrysler With Kids' Tent By Hasbro Studios at John Varvatos - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 18th April 2016

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Ginnifer Goodwin - Ginnifer Goodwin seen greeting fans as she arrived at the ABC studios for Jimmy Kimmel Live at Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 1st March 2016

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Ginnifer Goodwin , Josh Dallas - Premiere of Walt Disney Animation Studios' 'Zootopia' at the El Capitan Theatre - Arrivals at Disney - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 17th February 2016

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Brangelina, Emma And Andrew: Hollywood Couples Who Met On Set


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Just like many of us normal folks, celebrities often find their significant other at work. The only real difference is, their work takes place on a movie set surrounded by cameras, while we usually have to wait till the Christmas party to make a move. Still love has blossomed for many famous co-stars even when the cameras have stopped rolling. Here’s some of our favorite Hollywood couples who have managed to turn an on-set meeting into lasting love.

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Angelina and Brad met on the set of Mr and Mrs Smith

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'Once Upon A Time' Recap: When Will Zelena Just Get Lost?


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So, Once Upon a Time fans, what did you make of last night’s episode? We have to admit that we were a little disappointed…but then we weren’t. It seemed for a while as though things were heading for a sort of tired storyline at one point what with history repeating itself with the exact same curse from the first season.

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Ginnifer Goodwin Weds Co-Star Josh Dallas In Princess-Worthy Wedding


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Congratulations to Once Upon a Time’s Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas, exchanged vows in a small, private ceremony on Saturday, E! News reports. It was a wedding, fit for Snow White and Prince Charming (coincidentally, those are Goodwin and Dallas’ characters.) As the guests started arriving at around 5.30, cocktails were served, to the tune of Spanish guitar ahead of the main event.

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Goodwin and Dallas had a whirlwind romance after meeting on the set of their show.

Goodwin and Dallas officially tied the knot at sunset, with the bride looking radiant in custom-designed Monique Lhuillier gown.

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'Once Upon A Time' Co-Stars, Ginnifer Goodwin And Josh Dallas, Get Married


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Ginnifer Godwin has finally had her fairy-tale wedding.

The 35 year-old actress married her 'Once Upon A Time' co-star Josh Dallas on Saturday (April 12th).

The acting duo tied the knot at sunset in Los Angeles in a small ceremony which was attended by 30 close friends and family, E!News reports.

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Ginnifer Godwin Becomes Engaged To 'Once Upon A Time' Co-Star Josh Dallas


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'Once Upon A Time' co-stars, Ginniger Goodwin and Josh Dallas, are living a real life fairy-tale.

The couple's rep confirmed to People Magazine that they are officially engaged.

They met on set of the fairy-tale drama in 2011 and went public with their relationship in 2012.

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Rob Lowe Will Take On Jfk Role, And The First Pictures Are Here!


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Parks & Recreation actor Rob Lowe will play one of America’s most beloved and famed Presidents; John F. Kennedy, in an upcoming docu-drama detailing the events of his assassination in 1963. Lowe will star along-side Ginnifer Goodwin, who plays his wife, Jackie, in the made-for-Tv feature for National Geographic, with the programme airing in November this year to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of Jfk’s death.

Lowe and Goodwin have had their first character portraits taken and released online this week, with Lowe recreating the famous, pensive-looking portrait of the former-president for his press-shot, whilst Goodwin takes on a side-angled shot as she pulls off a convincing looking Jacqueline Kennedy. Although his facial make-up is somewhat ambiguous in the promo shot, Lowe also looks incredibly convincing as the 35th US President, looking eerily like his presidential character. The actor has also gone on to commend his co-star this week, Tweeting on Tuesday (June 11) this week, “Just saw @ginnygoodwin as Jackie Kennedy in the sad and awful blood-stained dress. Extremely emotional.”

The Tv-movie, titled Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot, is to follow the same formula as the popular Killing Lincoln, with both docu-dramas based on the Bill O’Reilly books of the same name. As with the Lincoln feature, O’Reilly was on hand to adapt the story for the screen and to the book. It will follow the lead-up and the immediate after affects of the day former-Marine Lee Harvey Oswald shot and killed the President as he was being paraded through the streets of Dallas, Texas in an open top car on 22 November 1963.

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Something Borrowed Trailer


Rachel and Darcy have been friends since school, though the girls are very different, it was a case of opposites attract. Rachel being the intelligent, mousy and shy half of the couple and Darcy is the louder and much more extrovert character. Whilst at uni studying law Rachel buckled down with her study but she also met Dex, a charming guy who, since the first time she met him, has has a 'thing' for. Finally just as Rachel thinks she's plucks up the courage to make a move, along comes Darcy and steps in the way of her plans by making a move on him first.

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Ramona and Beezus Trailer


The day to day adventures of Ramona and her big sister Beezus are well known. The hugely popular childrens books written by Beverly Cleary have been turned into a film that manages to keep the spirit of the characters alive.

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A Single Man Review


Excellent
As you'd expect from a designer, every frame in this film is visual perfection, capturing settings and characters with artistry that packs a real wallop. And if the overall film feels a little icy, it's also remarkably involving.

In 1962 Los Angeles, George (Firth) is a university professor whose boyfriend (Goode) has died in a car crash. Unable to cope with his grief, or to show it to anyone, he tries to go through his day as usual. His next lecture derails into a message about fear in society, and he decides to put his life in order before committing suicide. But a last evening with his boozy best friend Charlotte (Moore) and the attentions of a Spanish hunk (Kortajarena) and a bright-eyed student (Hoult) test his resolve.

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Ginnifer Goodwin Friday 13th November 2009 Prada book launch cocktail party held at the Prada store Beverly Hills Los Angeles, California

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Ginnifer Goodwin Sunday 15th March 2009 Metropolitan Opera 125th anniversary gala at Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center - Outside Arrivals New York City, USA

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Ginnifer Goodwin, Vanity Fair and Academy Awards Sunday 22nd February 2009 The 81st Annual Academy Awards (Oscars) - Vanity Fair Party Hollywood, California

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He's Just Not That Into You Review


Bad
Women are pathetic -- at least, that's the message being preached by a recent rash of horribly misguided motion pictures. In Sex and the City, they're depicted as materialistic sluts who use their fading feminine wiles to weasel all manner of money-based goodies out of their gullible meat puppets. In Mamma Mia!, we experience fading beauty bedeviled by off-key singing and gloppy green-screen romanticism. But both of those films are feminist manifestos when compared to the gender equity awfulness of He's Just Not That Into You. Any film "loosely" based on a baffling self-help tome is already asking for trouble, but once gyno-nation gets a whiff of this effort's "ladies are losers" lament, the fashionable gloves are bound to come off.

Our story centers around Gigi (Ginnifer Goodwin), a copywriter for a spices catalog. Unlucky in love, she seeks advice from her equally ineffectual coworkers Janine (Jennifer Connelly) and Beth (Jennifer Aniston). The former is in a sexless marriage with her music industry rep hubby Ben (Bradley Cooper) who happens to be bedding a wannabe singer named Anna (Scarlett Johansson). The latter can't get her live-in partner of seven years, Neil (Ben Affleck), to commit to some form of nuptials. While Janine and Beth pursue their own guidance from gal pal ad editor Mary (Drew Barrymore), Gigi develops a platonic bond with wise guy bar manager Alex (Justin Long). He's a fount of information on how guys treat girls, and with his help, our heroine hopes to find Mr. Right... or at the very least, avoid Mr. Right Now.

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Day Zero Review


OK
The alternate reality in Day Zero is a nightmare for young American men: Within a backdrop of terrorist attacks and the Iraq War, the U.S. military draft has been reinstated. It's an intriguing concept, but it's stuck in a film that rarely digs deep, and never quite hits the mark.

Rather than investigate the larger, more challenging issues, first-time director Bryan Gunnar Cole keeps it small and personal, focusing on three buddies: a wimpy author (Elijah Wood, continuing to shed Frodo), a suit-and-tied attorney (the stale Chris Klein) and a streetwise cabbie (uneven Jon Bernthal). Each receives his notice at the same time, with 30 days to report for service. And with the first scenes featuring the trio, it's tough to believe they'd ever been friends -- sadly, they just seem like three actors pretending to be friends, proof that on-screen camaraderie can be a bitch to achieve.

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Big Love: Season One Review


Very Good
In its first season, Big Love was often summarily referred to as "the polygamy show." True enough, but as with many of HBO's finer offerings, it offers more than meets the eye. And the expectations. While Big Love doesn't deliver the consistency or tension many HBO fans enjoy in The Sopranos, there's enough in this bizarre drama to support a solid DVD-viewing addiction.

From the first notes of The Beach Boys' "God Only Knows" ringing under an otherworldly opening credit sequence, Big Love hints at a combination of somber connection and sincere personal adoration. At the center is Bill Henrickson (Bill Pullman), an ambitious home superstore owner who lives a clean, Utah Mormon life... along with his three wives and gaggle of kids.

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Walk The Line Review


Excellent
You've got to give the filmmakers of Walk the Line a lot of credit, as they're about to take a lot of guff after this film debuts. I mean, how do you create a feature film that captures the story of a man as big and full and complex as Johnny Cash? That's the question that every Cash fan and country music enthusiast has been asking ever since this project kicked off in the late '90s.

The truth is that no film, book, or TV mini-series can really present the entirety of the giant that is Johnny Cash. So instead, what the filmmakers have created here is a tribute to what Cash seemed to hold so dear to himself about his own life: his triumph over his demons and the love of the "greatest woman" he ever knew, who gave him the strength to overcome.

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Win A Date With Tad Hamilton! Review


Extraordinary
Editor's Note: It is the policy of this website to never bestow more than three stars on any film with the word "Tad" in the title, but in the spirit of experimentation, we present this review from a smitten Pete Croatto anyway.

I always groan when I read articles in movie magazines and websites touting some nubile, perky, twentysomething starlet as "the next big thing." Typically, I'm a little hesitant to believe that, because all the designation usually means is that said actress will launch millions of erections. It also gives the false impression that Kirsten Dunst, Natalie Portman, and Reese Witherspoon are all vying for the female lead in The Gin Game.

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Win A Date With Tad Hamilton! Review


Good

Let me begin this review by telling you what "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!" is not, because it's not what it looks like.

"Win a Date" is not one of those insipid romantic comedies in which the girl is in love with a jerk but is too dumb to realize it, and the shy guy who's been in love with her from afar all his life has to drum up the chivalrous courage to stop her from doing something foolish, like getting married.

It's not a movie that will make teenage girls swoon while their dates roll their eyes, and director Robert Luketic lets you know it right out of the gate by mocking that very style of movie. It's not a facile comedy that half-heartedly recycles old plots for a target audience that doesn't know any better.

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Mona Lisa Smile Review


Terrible

"Mona Lisa Smile" is such an appalling waste of talent it actually made me mad. Scratch that -- furious.

An ironically conformist piece of mock-intellectual fluff about a forward-thinking art history professor (Julia Roberts) rocking the boat at uppity, conservative, marriage-grooming Wellesley College in the 1950s, I'd call it an estrogen-infused "Dead Poet's Society," but even that would be giving the picture too much credit for originality.

To wit, the opening voice-over in which we're told "this bohemian from California...didn't come to Wellesley to fit in. She came because she wanted to make a difference." This gives way to a parade of Eisenhower-era stock characters, like the school's board of directors who bristle at Roberts' "subversive" audacity for, among other things, suggesting that "Picasso will do for the 20th century what Michelangelo did for the Renaissance."

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Date of birth

22nd May, 1978

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Zootopia [aka Zootropolis] Movie Review

Zootopia [aka Zootropolis] Movie Review

The filmmakers behind Tangled and Wreck-it Ralph join forces for this entertaining animated action comedy,...

Zootopia - Teaser Trailer

Zootopia - Teaser Trailer

It's often said that mankind is the scourge of the Earth, disrupting the civilised nature...

Tinkerbell: The Legend Of The Neverbeast - Trailer Trailer

Tinkerbell: The Legend Of The Neverbeast - Trailer Trailer

Long before meeting Peter Pan and his Lost Boys, the islands of Never Land were...

Something Borrowed Trailer

Something Borrowed Trailer

Rachel and Darcy have been friends since school, though the girls are very different, it...

Ramona and Beezus Trailer

Ramona and Beezus Trailer

The day to day adventures of Ramona and her big sister Beezus are well known....

A Single Man Trailer

A Single Man Trailer

Watch the trailer for A Single Man Set in 1962 A Single Man follows the...

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He's Just Not That Into You Movie Review

He's Just Not That Into You Movie Review

Women are pathetic -- at least, that's the message being preached by a recent rash...

He's Just Not That Into You Trailer

He's Just Not That Into You Trailer

Watch the trailer for He's Just Not That Into You.He's Just Not That Into You...

Day Zero Movie Review

Day Zero Movie Review

The alternate reality in Day Zero is a nightmare for young American men: Within a...

Walk the Line Movie Review

Walk the Line Movie Review

You've got to give the filmmakers of Walk the Line a lot of credit, as...

Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! Movie Review

Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! Movie Review

Editor's Note: It is the policy of this website to never bestow more than three...

Win A Date With Tad Hamilton! Movie Review

Win A Date With Tad Hamilton! Movie Review

Let me begin this review by telling you what "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!"...

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