The Oscars just won’t be the same this year without Uggie the Dog in attendance, but fear not! We refuse to live in a world where there isn't at least one dog at the Oscars, and we also refuse to do anything in moderation. Naturally we must present these posters for seven Oscar-nominated films if they’d featured all-canine casts. Take that, reality. We wonder which one will *fetch* the most awards this year (hahahahaha sorry).
A Disney animated feature goes through several edits and re-writes before it ever makes it to the big screen. Sometimes for the better -- without cuts, we would've seen a comical turkey voiced by John Candy in 'Pocahontas.' Here are 10 Disney characters who join Redfeather in the league of those who didn't quite make the cut.
'This is 40' is a hilarious new comedy starring Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann as an older version of the couple they played in the equally funny 'Knocked Up.' It's basically an entertaining take on how married couples deal with life once they hit the daunting 4-0. Sure, things can get hard once you get up to that fourth decade, but we can't overlook the tough challenges one faces in the younger years. Introducing 'This is One.'
The origins of 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' were in a poem Tim Burton wrote in 1982. Disney became interested in the tale about a skeleton from a place called Halloween Town who tries to take over Christmas, but worried that the plot was "too dark and scary" for little kids.
The Christmas comedy 'Elf' is about one of Santa's little helpers who learns that he is really human and then leaves the North Pole to seek out his birth family.
The film starred the long-limbed cut-up Will Ferrell as the "elf" in question, and became a huge holiday hit in 2003. 'Elf' also featured an all-star assortment of supporting actors and familiar faces. You can check out what the cast of 'Elf' is up to these days below.
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