The Big Poppa is heading for the big screen thanks to his mommy, Voletta Wallace, P. Diddy (or is it Sean Combs?) and "Training Day" director Antoine Fuqua.
This is not going to be a documentary, it's going to be a feature film!
So who's going to play Notorious B.I.G.? Take a look at his picture! Read More...
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"Shrek the Musical" is set to premiere in Seattle in August!
This is going to be DreamWorks Animation's first venture in legitimate theater and they're testing the waters in Seattle, so to speak.
"Shrek" will be directed by Jason Moore ("Avenue Q"), with book and lyrics by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire ("Rabbit Hole") and music by Jeanine Tesori.
The musical will play the 5th Avenue Theatre on Aug. 14-Sept. 21 in Seattle before opening on Broadway Dec. 14.
Click read more to see the main cast. Read More...
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We received almost 100 entries, yay!
Thanks soooooo much to everyone who entered and wrote their best, creative poem about our favorite elephant named Horton.
Now we can only have one winner, but we picked the top 3 finalists.
CONGRATULATIONS Y'ALL AND THANKS AS WELL!
The runners-up are:
K. Baltimore from Little Rock, AR
A. Khan from Brooklyn, NY
Both winners will receive special "Horton Hears a Who!" T-shirt courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox.
And now, the top prize winner, who'll receive:
Signed/numbered with COA film art from the film
We picked her poem because it's sweet, she's a toon-lover, and it captures the spirit of this contest -- fun, free, and creative! You can really feel her love for the world of animation! Plus points for her for calling me Mr. Manny he-he-he :)
And the winner is:
Lauren from Lithonia, GA
Enjoy your prizes, and everyone, my lovely top 3 winners, your prizes are in the mail, more like FED-EX!
Keep checking back right here for more movie prizes soon!!!
Click read more for Miss Lauren's prize-winning poem: Read More...
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John Hughes, director of iconic 80s films such as "The Breakfast Club" and "Pretty in Pink" is back, sort of. He is credited for co-writing the story of the new film, "Drillbit Taylor," under the pseudonym Edmond Dantes. Read More...
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