There may be no ceiling when it comes to TV revivals decades after the fact, but Bud Bundy from Married With Children may have come up … well, short. Despite reports of David Faustino pitching a revival of the iconically crass 1987 sitcom, patriarch Ed O’Neill says it isn’t happening anymore.
Like every other Pixar release, Finding Dory opens with a short film. This one is called “Piper”; it’s about a little bird learning to hunt for food among the scary ocean waves. It’s a terrific showcase for Pixar’s latest advancements in computer animation, which in recent years has taken on the qualities of great nature photography. The sunlight sparkles against the water, which ripples and flows with uncanny accuracy, and when the little bird kicks a pile of sand in a crab’s face you can practically count the individual grains.
FOX’s Family Guy has never lacked for star power in its seasonal guest roster, and Season 14 should prove no exception, even in live-action. That’s right, series star Mila Kunis will loan out husband Ashton Kutcher for a live-action Family Guy short, while other guest stars run the gamut between Neil deGrasse Tyson and Margaret Cho.
Disney and Pixar had a whole lot to reveal at last night’s D23 animation panel, including new details from Finding Dory, the upcoming, long-awaited sequel to Finding Nemo. In addition to sharing more plot details about the sequel, the presentation also offered a couple of photos, and announced Ed O’Neill’s casting as a new character — an octopus named Hank.
Disney's 'Wreck-It Ralph' has added a whole slew of impressive vocal talents to join actors John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman in this nostalgic tale of a video game baddie.