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The Princess and the Frog (movie)

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  • How U2 and Paul McCartney got shut out of Oscar nominations

     
    While there were 63 songs contending for a place at this year's Oscars, only five made the final cut. Last year it was Oscar champ Bruce Springsteen who was snubbed for his Golden Globe-winning title track to "The Wrestler." This year U2 and Paul...
  • 'Avatar ' wins sound editors' awards

     
    The Motion Picture Sound Editors have decreed their award winners, which usually foretell the equivalent Oscar champs. Considering its two guild victories, "Avatar" now seems like a good bet to win the academy's kudo for best sound editing, maybe mixing...
  • Our own experts -- the forum moderators -- predict Golden Globe winners: Sandra Bullock, Meryl Streep & Robert Downey Jr.

     
    Unlike the 19 pro pundits who weighed in with Golden Globe predictions, 7 of our forum moderators think that the main competition for "Up in the Air" as best drama picture is "Inglourious Basterds" rather than "Avatar." While the pros were almost evenly...
  • NOMA Hosts Disney Before LA-Set Film's Release

    A big show of animation art from the Walt Disney studio will open in November at the New Orleans Museum of Art, a month before the release of an animated movie set in New Orleans that features Disney's first African-American princess. "Dreams Come True:...
  • Animated 'Bolt' will tell tale of the new Disney

    The upcoming Disney animated film "Bolt" features a feisty canine that gets lost and makes his long journey home with the help of two world-wise pals. It's the kind of classic Disney parable that could just as well be told of the studio's once-revered...
  • Laika hopes 'Coraline' shows the stop-motion way

    Inside most animated movie studios, the workplace background noise is little more than gentle mouse clicks and the dull drone of computers. The sounds within Laika, the maker of the new stop-motion animated film "Coraline," are often distinctly different:...
  • Disney animation going 3-D

    Disney animation going 3-D
    The Walt Disney Studios previewed 10 animated movies on Monday that it will release during the next four years, including further installments in the "Toy Story" and "Cars" series and two new fairy tales. With the exception of "Wall.E," a robot love...
  • 'The Princess and the Frog'

    'The Princess and the Frog'
    Much was made of this cartoon feature boasting the first African-American heroine in the history of Disney animation, but the fantasy an Oscar nominee for best animated feature otherwise marks a return to many of the studio's traditions in the genre....
  • Disney Exhibit Opens At New Orleans Museum

    An exhibit with original artwork from the Walt Disney Studio opened this week at the New Orleans Museum of Art. Besides artwork from popular tales such as "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," "Cinderella" and "Sleeping Beauty," the exhibit also includes...
  • 'New Moon' nearly 'Blind Side'-d at Thanksgiving box office

    'New Moon' nearly 'Blind Side'-d at Thanksgiving box office
    "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" is fading fast after its massive debut, while significantly more people are seeing "The Blind Side." Tickets sales in the U.S. and Canada for Summit Entertainment's $50-million teen vampire drama plummeted 70% over the...
  • 39 Wrap: New Disney Flick, Holiday Festivals and More

    39 Wrap: New Disney Flick, Holiday Festivals and More
    Take the entire family to the movies, this weekend, to see a new Disney Classic. That's right there's a new Disney Princess in town, Tiana, and she's starring in Disney's latest animated flick "The Princess and the Frog". Chanukah officially begins...