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The network announced this week that it has renewed its CG-animated take on the franchise for a 20-episode fourth season, slated to release in fall 2015. The network has also announced that Seth Green ( Robot Chicken ) will replace Jason Biggs (
Designer Bobby Abley reimagined "The Little Mermaid" for his latest menswear collection by printing characters from the classic onto sweatshirts, T-shirts and custom-designed skateboards by Danny Hyland. Abley's collection, which appeared in London
Now, the 29-year-old says she feels lucky that people tell her she is "very cute". Oh said she'd love to work with Psy, the South Korean popstar whose video Gangnam Style has been viewed more than two billion times on YouTube. The video became a
The brand recently commissioned some wacky GIFs from The Richards Group for the Fiat Tumblr page, but Chrysler CMO Olivier Francois liked them so much that he had them stitched into 15- and 30-second spotsnow airing on TV under the tagline "Endless
Phil Dunphey is goofy sometimes but he's great... and he's not the least bit homophobic...Posted by: pete n sfo Jun 16, 2014 8:51:42 PM Yeah, Geoffrey, no...Look, we have a lot of genuinely antigay opponents who would jump to be considered as
The show originally ran from 1981 to 1992 and Danger Mouse was voiced by actor Sir David Jason. Cheryl Taylor said the new show would "win over a whole new generation of fans". Danger Mouse's producers and animators will be FremantleMedia along with
She is a bit shy, but is a level-headed cat that likes to be pet from head to tail.
All the counselors hate the waiters and the lake has alligators, and it's Monday Mail. Camp Today's opening is from the summer-vacation novelty song "Camp Granada" by Allan Sherman. Not funny Today we have reader reactions to a June 1 Monday Mail in
Jeremy Foxa pianist/educator/arranger/vocal coach who's worked with everybody from trumpeter Terence Blanchard to vocalist Theo Bleckmann put together a project that recalls the days of big-budget studio affairs carried out for the express purpose
Anyone who enjoys such middle-ages folklore should check out this children's novel by Terry Pratchett , which plumbs surprising philosophical and existential depths for a book with such a goofy title.