Posts tagged "peter pan"

The First Photo Of Allison Williams As Peter Pan Is Here

"The Today Show" has released the first photo from NBC's upcoming telecast of "Peter Pan Live!" with Allison Williams as the lead. I don't know about you, but I'm kind of loving that costume. Williams offered to cut her hair for the role, but producers opted to tuck her hair under a short wig. She's also…
By: Claire Hannum / September 3, 2014

White Actress Rooney Mara Cast As Native American Tiger Lily In “Pan,” A Peter Pan Remake

It seems Hollywood has learned nothing from the barrage of criticism for casting straight actor Jared Leto in his (ultimately Oscar-winning) role as a transgender woman in "Dallas Buyers' Club" or casting Johnny Depp, a white man, as the Native American Tonto in "The Lone Ranger." Once again, an actor has been cast…
By: Jessica Wakeman / March 17, 2014

This Disney-Obsessed Bride’s Family And Friends Must Really Like Her

When Jamie Blanke married her new husband Eric Chandler, they did it in style -- Disney style. The bride, who was raised by two Disney fanatics, really wanted to be Princess Ariel (you know, the mermaid from"A Little Mermaid"). But she didn't stop at dyed red hair, a fish-netting veil and mermaid-style dress (all of…
By: Julie Gerstein / January 31, 2013

Disney Movies For When It’s Too Hot To Do Anything

Disney will be screening a few of its movies online this summer. On Saturday nights throughout the summer, you'll be able to watch such classics as Finding Nemo, Monsters Inc., and Peter Pan on ABC's Wonderful World of Disney, and then the next day -- and for that whole week -- the movie of the…
By: Catherine Strawn / June 11, 2008

Move Over, Peter Pan

After years of following the boys around and living in their shadows, which sometimes went astray, Tinker Bell is taking the lead! At least in four direct-to-DVD movies Disney will be releasing over the next few years. Tinker Bell's star turn begins this October with the cleverly titled Tinker Bell, followed by Tinker Bell: North…
By: Catherine Strawn / April 16, 2008