The Disney Store's Halloween Costumes Are No Longer Divided By Gender

Taking a page out of Target’s playbook, the Disney store has decided to take a step forward and stop dividing at least some of its merchandise by gender. This year, the retailer won’t be separating Halloween costumes into a “boys” and “girls” section; instead, the costumes will be listed as either for “kids” or for… »9/18/15 2:40pm9/18/15 2:40pm

Did China Rip Off 'Let It Go' for the 2022 Olympics? (Sounds Like It)

China’s just been awarded the 2022 winter Olympics, but the country’s government can’t start celebrating yet. Despite the many reasons that activists have given for the games not to be held in China—there’s no snow and the country’s an oppressive human rights nightmare—the biggest issue might be that one of China’s… »8/04/15 1:30pm8/04/15 1:30pm

Pixar's The Good Dinosaur Trailer Is a Prehistoric Delight

Pixar’s latest movie is about a world in which the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs missed the earth, allowing dino life to flourish. It’s also about a world in which dinosaurs have names. And a world in which dinosaurs and humans can, if they overcome enough, be friends. More than anything, though, it’s about a… »7/21/15 1:50pm7/21/15 1:50pm

Here's Our Dream Cast For Disney's Live-Action Aladdin Remake

Disney is currently developing a live-action prequel to Aladdin. The film, tentatively titled Genies, will focus on the history of Aladdin’s big blue wish-granter. In addition to the prequel, THR reports “the long-term plan is to have the project lead into an Aladdin live-action movie,” and I have a few casting ideas… »7/16/15 1:15pm7/16/15 1:15pm

For Bill Cosby's Accusers, His 2005 Testimony Feels Like Vindication

Although a few die-hard defenders like Whoopi Goldberg still refuse to believe that Bill Cosby is a serial rapist—even after the man himself confirmed in his 2005 testimony that he drugged women to sleep with them—his alleged victims are finding relief and justice in the court of public opinion. »7/08/15 10:10am7/08/15 10:10am

Inside Out: A Roller Coaster of Emotions That Proves the Value of Them

If you didn’t see Pixar’s Inside Out in theaters on Father’s Day, surrounded by whispering children who clapped both at the end of the short preceding it (about volcanos who fall in love), and again at as the credits rolled, fear not: you will still very likely sob hysterically while laughing equally as hard, even… »6/22/15 10:30am6/22/15 10:30am

Reese Witherspoon Will Be Tink In Live-Action Tinker Bell Movie, Y'all!

Have you ever wondered how Tinker Bell became Tinker Bell? Wait a sec, you haven’t? Well Reese Witherspoon has, and she’s attached to produce and star in Tink, a live-action movie “in the vein of Maleficent” that tells Tinker Bell’s story from “a new perspective.” Its chosen perspective has yet to be announced, but… »5/22/15 2:10pm5/22/15 2:10pm

A Live-Action Winnie the Pooh Is Coming, Will Probably Be Terrifying

Winnie the Pooh and friends are adorable as animated creatures but unfortunately animated is good enough for Disney anymore. The House of Mouse has signed Alex Ross Perry (an indie film writer and director) to create a live-action version of Pooh’s many adventures. Let’s call it now: It’s going to be horrifying. »4/03/15 10:50am4/03/15 10:50am

Cinderella Is An Insane Guilty Pleasure (But You Shouldn't Feel Guilty)

Has there ever been a movie as sugary as the live-action Cinderella? It's like stuffing your face with cake, until cake is all up inside your nostrils and you have a frosting-beard. And yet, this movie also has moments of actual emotion and believable characterization here and there, which make it surprisingly great. »3/13/15 2:54pm3/13/15 2:54pm