Kids & Teens

After having a falling out with Disney over marketing disagreements for Aladdin, Robin Williams put a clause in his will preventing the company from using his voice/outtakes in future films for 25 years after his death.

You Won’t Hear Robin Williams as ‘Aladdin’ in a Future Movie Disney is apparently determined to remake, reimagine, or retell every fairy tale in its animated feature stable, with new versions of everything from Beauty and the Beast to Winnie the Pooh in the works. But one character you won’t see make a comeback is …

After having a falling out with Disney over marketing disagreements for Aladdin, Robin Williams put a clause in his will preventing the company from using his voice/outtakes in future films for 25 years after his death. Read More »

Maurice Sendak’s classic book “Where the Wild Things Are” was supposed to be titled “Where the Wild Horses Are” but he realized he couldn’t draw horses so he changed it to “things” instead

10 wild facts about Maurice Sendak’s Where The Wild Things Are President Obama chose to read one of his favourite children’s books, Where The Wild Things Are, for the 2016 Easter Egg Roll at the White House. His very dramatic reading, accompanied by First Lady Michelle, featured claws and roars from the excited crowd! As …

Maurice Sendak’s classic book “Where the Wild Things Are” was supposed to be titled “Where the Wild Horses Are” but he realized he couldn’t draw horses so he changed it to “things” instead Read More »

Over the course of its 20 years on Nickelodeon, The Fairly OddParents has been cancelled five times

The Hilarious Number Of Times The Fairly OddParents Has Been Cancelled television TV fans will, more often than not, pay close attention to cancellations and renewals happening with long-lasting broadcast series or hugely popular cable shows, not giving much consideration for how that process works for more niche fare, such as animated programming. I recently …

Over the course of its 20 years on Nickelodeon, The Fairly OddParents has been cancelled five times Read More »