This is freakin' nuts!
And now things are even more awkward because
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Hey, she's made quite a bit of money for the House of Mouse. Maybe they're eager to keep that moneyball rolling! Who knows!
It's been seven long years since Disney's Enchanted graced the world with its motion picture presence and now the House of Mouse is finally creating a sequel for the successful film!
No word yet on the plot line of the upcoming flick nor do we know if the wonderful actors of the first film will be reprising their roles.
If Disney does decide on a script that continues where Enchanted last left off, we could have another animated flick that focuses on Idina as Queen!
Or, it could totally be a reverse of the previous film and have the Grey's Anatomy star cross over into the world of fairytales with his princess!
Either way it would be AH-Mazing!! We'll keep you posted!
If there's one thing McDreamy loves more than saving lives, it's burning some rubber on the race track!
This weekend, Patrick Dempsey made his way to Le Mans, France for the annual 24 Hours of Le Mans Race! But if you thought Seattle Grace's resident stud muffin was just going to watch from the stands, you're dead wrong!!
Deep… Oh gawd, gonna lose it again….
Last night, the world bid adieu to Cristina Yang, aka the best "person" on Grey's Anatomy.
Her final episode was a ridiculous roller coaster of emotions and we'd venture a guess that even though you had a year to prepare, nothing really could've prepared you for all the feels you felt during Sandra Oh's final episode.
Oh the feels!
Well, we get it. In fact, we watched the episode and tracked exactly how all of you were feeling through each stage of episode. We'd like to share your journey with others like you in this segment we're calling "The 5 Stages of Grief: Grey's Finale of Feels"
Check it out … AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Patrick Dempsey's mother Amanda passed away at the age of 79 after a long battle with ovarian cancer.
The Grey's Anatomy actor's mom had fought hard against the disease multiple times since 1997, but she died earlier this week on Monday surrounded by her family and loved ones.
Amanda's medical struggles inspired
Back in 1989, there was no Twitter, but there were some incredible actors and actresses who would grow up to have one! Ha!
This clip is from the Young Hollywood musical number during the Oscars that year, which was introduced by Lucille Ball and Bob Hope. It’s been too long since we heard that contagious Lucy laugh! Sadly, she passed away just around a month after this moment.
Ch-ch-check out the
old New Hollywood magic (above)!