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Scar Series, Frozen 3, Toy Story 5, & More From Disney

You People Fake Kiss Scandal - Co-star Andrew Schulz pointed out that the kiss between Jonah Hill and Lauren London at the end of the scene would end up being fake and created by CGI during a new episode of The Brilliant Idiots podcast. Immediately people gravitated to the rumor that it was because the two main leads had no chemistry and refused to kiss at the end of the movie. It was later reported that Lauren was still grieving the lost of her partner of 6 years but would later point out the fact that she kissed Michael B Jordan in the film Without Remorse. What do you and the people watching this of the rumor that Lauren London and Jonah Hill had no chemistry?

this from the LA Times - Productions that didn't want to use CGI had to ensure that leads would quarantine together before getting their lips locked. So the fake kiss in “You People” was actually a side effect of COVID-19 — and not, as some reviewers and online commenters have said, a side effect of the “lack of chemistry” between the leads.

Disney Announces New projects are on the Way. After the difficult news he had to deliver about layoffs and losses, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced several big news items for fans during the company’s earnings call for the year-end 2022 quarter on Wednesday. Let's run them down.

For animated film lovers, Iger announced that two new sequels to massive franchises — “Toy Story” and “Frozen” — were in development. A sequel to the animated comedy “Zootopia” was also announced. Iger also announced that Pandora is coming to the West Coast via an ‘Avatar’ Experience that will be coming to Disneyland in Anaheim. Currently, Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Orlando features “Pandora – The World of Avatar,” an area dedicated to James Cameron’s creations that features two rides: “Avatar Flight of Passage” and “Na’vi River Journey.” Later from Scar, the iconic villain from Disney's The Lion King

is getting a brand-new solo series from Dynamite Entertainment exploring the character's previously untold story. Dynamite Entertainment, who also publishes titles such as Gargoyles and Darkwing Duck, announced writer Chuck Brown and artist Trevor Fraley will be working on a brand-new Disney Villains: Scar solo series. Launching in April 2023


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