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Ellen DeGeneres Reveals All About Nemo Sequel Finding Dory: 'It Means a Lot to Me'

Ellen DeGeneres Reveals All About Nemo Sequel Finding Dory: 'It Means a Lot to Me'

Originally posted 08/14/2015 11:00PM

Ellen DeGeneres, who voiced the beloved blue tang with short-term memory loss in Pixar's 2003 blockbuster Finding Nemo, has been on a tireless campaign for the studio to make a sequel ever since.

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Inside Out's Phyllis Smith Talks Picking Up Pointers from Amy Poehler

Inside Out's Phyllis Smith Talks Picking Up Pointers from Amy Poehler

Originally posted 05/08/2015 02:40PM

Phyllis Smith may not have an Office anymore, but she sure does like her newest coworker: Amy Poehler.

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From EW: Disney's Kathleen Kennedy Talks Plans for Next Indiana Jones Movie

From EW: Disney's Kathleen Kennedy Talks Plans for Next Indiana Jones Movie

Originally posted 05/06/2015 09:15AM

There is no script being worked on yet, "but we are talking about it," the producer told Vanity Fair

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Blake Lively Proudly Shows Off Risqué Shirtless Pic of Ryan Reynolds on Instagram

Blake Lively Proudly Shows Off Risqué Shirtless Pic of Ryan Reynolds on Instagram

Originally posted 04/28/2015 09:05AM

And the Blake Lively-Ryan Reynolds social media saga continues – this time with a shirtless photo and (slightly) naughty joke.

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Pinocchio Is Next! Disney to Film a Live-Action Adaptation

Disney to Make Live-Action Pinocchio Movie

Originally posted 04/08/2015 07:40PM

Jiminy Cricket! Pinocchio is about to become a real real boy.

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Lily James Stuck to a Liquid Diet for Her Cinderella Corset

Lily James Stuck to a Liquid Diet for Her Cinderella Corset

Originally posted 03/04/2015 02:15PM

Even all dolled up as Cinderella, Lily James couldn't exactly dine like a princess.

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Voice of Disney's Pinocchio Dies

Voice of Disney's Pinocchio, Actor Dick Jones, Dies

Originally posted 07/09/2014 12:05PM

The title star's conscience may have been Jiminy Cricket, but his voice in the 1940 Walt Disney animated feature Pinocchio belonged to 10-year-old Dick Jones, who made millions of fellow youngsters cry when his screen character was reunited with his father and then turned into a real boy.

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