On Oprah’s “Where Are The Now” on the OWN network, former child star Raven Symonéproclaims she is neither gay or African American and is just a colorless human who loves other humans. Everybody will not love Raven after these statements I am willing to bet.
Did not know too much about this girl prior to her punching out a back-up dancer a few months ago, but I guess all her dirty laundry is now out to dry. She was a shining star at Mickey’s house but she has taken a major fall and is in rehab. Not dumping on her because we all make mistakes, hopefully she can clean herself up, but I think the Disney gigs are a wrap. Another pic after the jump:
Wow it is almost unbelievable that little girls would be so entranced at this movie and would actually act this out. Really calls into question what images we are sending our kids.
The heroine of Disney’s hit movie, “The Princess and the Frog,” kisses a toad and has a wonderful adventure that ends with her finding true love. But for 50 unfortunate little girls around the country, an amphibious lip lock sent them to the hospital.
Kristen Bell and Josh Duhamel discuss their characters in the upcoming Touchstone film.http://www.facebook.com/WhenInRome
An ambitious young New Yorker (KRISTEN BELL), disillusioned with romance, takes a whirlwind trip to Rome, where she defiantly plucks magic coins from a fountain of love, inexplicably igniting the passion of an odd group of suitors (JOSH DUHAMEL, WILL ARNETT, JON HEDER, DAX SHEPARD, DANNY DEVITO).
Get ready for “Toy Story 3”! Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the Toy Story gang are left behind when Andy goes to college but they refuse to give up hope!
BLOWING smoke rings as she lies back in bed with seven semi-naked dwarves tucked alongside, it’s Snow White like you’ve never seen before.
Now this risque version of the fairytale favourite, renamed “Ho White” to promote a local beer, has drawn the wrath of Disney.
The Jamieson’s Raspberry Ale campaign, launched by brewers The Foundry online this week, features an adults-only take on the fairytale character, with dwarves named Filthy, Smarmy and Randy replacing Sleepy, Happy and Doc.
The cheeky ad’s creators said it was designed to convince Australian drinkers the fruit-flavoured beer was “anything but sweet”. But the saucy strategy, rolled out online, in liquor stores and on bar coasters, has come to the attention of the entertainment giant which licenses the animated heroine.
The campaign confirmed it had “a little bit of contact” with Disney over the likeness.