Disney should get some good press with this!
Cute kids loving your movies is always a good marketing tool!
Jessica Simpson recently shared the most adorable photo featuring her husband Eric Johnson and her two children Maxwell and Ace, but it wasn't the picture perfect portrait that caught our attention!
We doubt the producers of this Disney movie will be asking Ben to voice anyone in the sequel!
Not after sharing these kind of thoughts on their precious movie!
Ben Affleck recently held nothing back when talking to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show and how he is not a pushover to his son Samuel when the lil' guy wants to watch Frozen!
It's the 20th anniversary of something incredibly important…
D2: The Mighty Ducks!
To celebrate this momentous occasion, the cast of the film (which is the sequel to the first movie) gathered in the famous "flying-V" formation.
We're not sure why they gathered on a tennis court instead of an ice rink for the pic, though.
We didn't think this was possible!
Mayim Bialik is a mom of two young sons, and thus has obviously seen the Disney movie Frozen.
However she was NOT a fan of the flick! And her reasons why may surprise you!
We know they surprised us!
You don't have to wait until tomorrow to get a sneak peek of Annie!
That's because Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis made a surprise appearance at a pre-screening of their upcoming musical movie in Minneapolis.
But that's not all.
This is depressing!
Think about your favorite childhood Disney movie. Was there a mother figure in it? Chances are, NO!
For some reason Ariel only had King Triton, Jasmine had no maternal figure in Aladdin, and Belle only had her poppa Maurice! Even poor Bambi was there when his mother was killed by a hunter!
So, why is that?!
James Gandolfini has been gone for over a year now, but he'll never be forgotten.
That's because his memory still lives on with his family, especially with his son Michael Gandolfini.
Michael walked the red carpet at the 2014 Toronto Film Festival this past weekend to see the premiere of his father's final film, The Drop.
When asked about his dad's acting legacy, Michael opened up about the past year, saying: