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[[Mid:1705630]] Fans of the vintage Saturday morning cartoon “Rainbow Brie” got some good news today. Feel, an online subscription-based video-on-demand service, is bringing the classic cartoon back in a November re-launch .
One of the most popular cartoon series of the 1980s is seeing an update as Rainbow Brite gets a reboot courtesy of subscription video-on-demand service Feeln. Lending their voices to this new Rainbow Brite series are actors Emily Osment and …
By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A rogue crocodile, a green baby, a puking Peter Pan and a punching kangaroo are troublesome yet comedic obstacles that befall the Cooper family on a "Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" in Disney's new live-action family comedy. "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day," out in U.S. theaters on Friday, is expanded from the 1972 ...
With tunes for nearly every taste, the Belmont-Sheffield Music Festival returned to the Lakeview neighborhood for its 30th year this June.
Chances are if there was a moderately successful-to-full blown beloved hit movie, a TV show version of it is in the works this season. There's Big, Rush Hour, Uncle Buck, Real Genius, In the...
“Saturday Night Live” may broadcast from New York, but Massachusetts has left a deep imprint on the show’s history. With the series’ 40th season set to premiere this Saturday, check out a definitive list of the Bay State’s greatest contributions to the late-night institution.
McCOOK – The McCook Athletic Exposition Center (MAX), 4750 Vernon Ave., is teaming up with La Grange's Palmer Place to present the fourth annual Brew Moon Beer and Band Fest on Saturday.
John Cusack spoke about Hollywood. Credit: Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images John Cusack will truly say anything.
Not so long ago, a friend and I would scream “Asian!” whenever we saw an Asian actor, anywhere, on TV. I have a distinct memory of freezing the screen the first time I saw Harry Shum Jr. on Glee. Back then, he wasn't Mike Chang or even "other Asian," but just ... More »
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