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Meryl Streep Calls Walt Disney A “Gender Bigot” Meryl Streep Calls Walt Disney A “Gender Bigot”
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On Tuesday, when Meryl Streep got on stage at theĀ National Board of Review Awards Gala, the audience was probably expecting a thoughtful, short, congratulatory speech. She was presenting actress Emma Thompson an award for her role in the movieĀ ”Saving Mr. …

‘Mary Poppins’ Author Conflicted with Walt Disney ‘Mary Poppins’ Author Conflicted with Walt Disney

Helen Lyndon Goff, who is more popularly known as P.L. Travers the author of Mary Poppins and the focus of Saving Mr. Banks, is responsible for bringing the world the beloved, upbeat hit. However, Travers did not like the 1964 …

‘Saving Mr. Banks’ Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson Shine ‘Saving Mr. Banks’ Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson Shine
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Saving Mr. Banks showcases both Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson as they help tell the story of Walt Disney and his beloved and final film, Mary Poppins. Walt Disney’s daughters loved the original Mary Poppins book, so their father promised …

Diane Disney Miller Dies At Age 79 Diane Disney Miller Dies At Age 79

It was announced yesterday that the eldest daughter of the famous Walt Disney, Diane Disney Miller, had passed away at the age of 79 due to injuries sustained during a fall in September. Miller strived to make a difference in …

Star Wars VII Will Hit Theaters on December 18, 2015 Star Wars VII Will Hit Theaters on December 18, 2015

In a galaxy far, far, away… It won’t be long now. The highly anticipated Star Wars: Episode VII will be coming to a theater near you starting on December 18, 2015. Pre-production for the seventh installment of one the most …

Disney Unveils Cars Land For First Time Disney Unveils Cars Land For First Time

A few years ago Disney decided to make a big push and let its team of engineers known as the Walt Disney Imagineers go to work on the Cars portion of the California Adventure. This was due in part to …

Online Advertising Might Benefit From Better Data

Suppose you’re promised one reward, and then often given two. Or promised two rewards, and sometimes given one. Studies have found that both humans and monkeys prefer the first scenario, but in the world of online advertising, execs expect to know exactly what’s going on.