There’s no doubt that Debbie Reynolds was the embodiment of star power.
Coming into show business at the young age of 19, Reynolds began her successful and fascinating journey in Hollywood, which would ultimately last over 70 years.
Tonight, we had to say goodbye to the iconic actress, who passed away after suffering a stroke, just one day after the death of her daughter, Carrie Fisher. She was 84.
Whether it was dancing and singing her way into the role of America’s sweetheart, making us laugh … read more

Carrie Fisher’s relationship with her mother, Debbie Reynolds, was the stuff of Hollywood legend.
Its own chapter in the proverbial annals of show business lore, thanks largely in part to Fisher’s 1987 novel Postcards From the Edge, mother and daughter gave their devoted fans exactly what they wanted when they appeared in public together, bickering like a Borscht Belt duo in “take my mom, please” fashion.
But though their relationship could rightfully be categorized as turbulent, the thornier aspects … read more


In yet more incredibly sad news to close out the year, Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher’s mother, suffered a stroke at her son Todd’s home yesterday and was rushed to hospital. She passed away at the age of 84, just one day after losing her daughter, Carrie, from a heart attack. Debbie’s son, Todd, spoke to E! and TMZ about his mom and said that she was under a lot of stress from losing Carrie and that she said she wanted wanted to be with her. He told E! “She held it together beautifully, … read more

– Hollywood is a sadder place with the loss of beloved star Debbie Reynolds, who died Wednesday, just a day after the death of daughter Carrie Fisher. The 84-year-old Reynolds is believed to have suffered a stroke at son Todd Fisher’s home while planning her daughter’s funeral, the BBC reports. Todd Fisher said the grief and stress of Carrie’s death had been too much for his mother and the last thing she said was that “she was very, very sad about losing Carrie and that she would like to be … read more

Hollywood is a little bit dimmer now that one of its brightest stars has faded.
Debbie Reynolds—star of Singin’ in the Rain and other film classics—died Wednesday at age 84, just one day after her daughter, actress Carrie Fisher, suddenly passed away at age 60. In light of the tragedies, Reynolds’ fans and friends took to social media to share their sympathies.
One of the most heartwarming tributes came courtesy of Kristen Anderson-Lopez (of Frozen songwriting fame). The Grammy-winning lyricist’s … read more

In her day, Debbie Reynolds did it all. Subsequently, her day lasted for decades.
The actress, who became a national treasure as the star of one of the most beloved movies of all time and went on to enjoy a nearly 70-year career in film, television and theater, has died. She was 84. Her son, Todd Fisher, confirmed the news to the Associated Press.
No cause was immediately announced. Reynolds had been hospitalized Wednesday afternoon after reportedly suffering a stroke at Todd’s home, barely a day … read more

Officials may say Debbie Reynolds passed away from a stroke, but many are drawn to believe that this icon died from a broken heart.
Just one day after the world mourned the death of her daughter and beloved actress Carrie Fisher, E! News learned that Fisher’s mother, who became a Hollywood staple throughout her successful 70-year career, has left us as well.
Reynolds’ son, Todd Fisher, confirmed the death to E! News, and tells us, “She went to be with Carrie. In fact, those were the last words she … read more

In Finding Dory, the long-awaited sequel to 2003’s beloved Finding Nemo, anxious clownfish Marlin and forgetful blue tang fish Dory once again embark on a quest across the ocean. This time, however, it’s not Nemo they’re looking for; it’s Dory’s family. For director and writer Andrew Stanton, a member of Pixar’s coveted brain trust and the genius behind Finding Nemo and Wall-E, Finding Dory was a personal and professional challenge. Stanton and his team at Pixar spent over four years … read more

Finding Dory is full of familiar voices.
There’s Ellen DeGeneres, reprising her role as Dory, the energetic and forgetful Pacific regal blue tang. There’s Ed O’Neill, making his debut as a surly septopus named Hank. Albert Brooks, Ty Burrell, Idris Elba, Bill Hader, Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy, Kate McKinnon, Kaitlin Olson, Bob Peterson, Hayden Rolence and Dominic West also lend their voice talents to the sequel. And then there’s three-time Academy Award winner Sigourney Weaver, whose disembodied voice … read more

On paper, Finding Dory seems like a no brainer.
Finding Nemo, its predecessor, was the second highest grossing film of 2003, grossing $867 million worldwide. And Ellen DeGeneres—who voiced Dory, a forgetful but lovable blue tang—shamelessly and enthusiastically campaigned for a follow-up film, using her daytime talk show to rally support. The brain trust at Pixar was listening, but there was just one problem: Due to Dory’s absentmindedness, making her the lead character would be risky.
Thankfully, … read more

Jason Bourne (12A)
Verdict: Thrilling action flick 
Rating: Amnesia is all the rage on the big screen this week. Basic memory loss powers the adventures both of the eponymous spy in Jason Bourne and the blue tang fish in Finding Dory. But the hero really swimming against the tide isn’t the one with fins.
He is played, as in the first three Bourne films, by Matt Damon, who was absent from the last one, 2012’s The Bourne Legacy. A good job, too; it was a decidedly muddled and overwrought affair.
But … read more

– Writer-director Garry Marshall, whose deft touch with comedy and romance led to a string of TV hits that included Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley and the box-office successes Pretty Woman and Runaway Bride, has died, the AP reports. He was 81. Marshall died Tuesday in at a hospital in Burbank, California, of complications from pneumonia after having a stroke, his publicist Michelle Bega said in a statement. The director also had an on-screen presence, using his New York accent and gruff … read more

Disney and Pixar are teaming up with new technology to ensure that every fan is able to watch Finding Dory when it hits theaters.
The studio just announced that low-vision and blind audiences will now be able to enjoy the highly anticipated sequel thanks to smart-syncing audio descriptive narration.
The new feature was originally released to home audiences through the Disney Movies Anywhere app, but will make its big screen debut just in time for the Finding Dory release on June 17.
Viewers can … read more


Here’s all the movies you don’t wanna miss!
That blessed season is upon us: summer! Fireworks, grilling outdoors, vacations…and best of all, a slew of terrific new movies are set to come out with something for just about everyone.
Here’s a rundown on all of the season’s hottest releases, who’s in them and what they’re about including Me Before You, Independence Day: Resurgence and X-Men: Apocalypse. Alice Through the Looking Glass – May 27 Alice (Mia Wasikowska) returns to Underland … read more

How far would you go to help a friend? Would you travel an entire ocean? In Finding Dory, the anticipated sequel to the beloved 2003 Disney•Pixar film Finding Nemo, anxious clownfish Marlin and forgetful blue tang fish Dory once again set out on a perilous adventure across the ocean. This time, however, it’s not Nemo they’re looking for; it’s Dory’s family. Despite the 13-year gap, Finding Dory picks up just one year after Marlin and Dory brought Nemo home to the coral reef, safe and sound. … read more