True-confession time: Sometimes even a tireless fashion editor needs a nap. This is why I was facedown in a pool of pillow Monday night, while Black Panther had its “red carpet” premiere at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. No, I’m not proud, but I am better rested. These posts don’t write themselves, y’all.
When I was a kid, finding a movie character or doll that looked like me—or half of the people I knew—felt like taking a trek through the space-time continuum. Images and icons that looked like me either seemed to have existed in the ancient world or surely somewhere in the far-distant future.
My car was stolen last week. That sucketh greatly. After getting over the initial (minimal) shock, my first thought was that I hope whoever stole the car burns it to a crisp so badly that it can never be recovered and my insurance carrier has to send me a check for the value of the car. While I wouldn’t exactly be…
James Monroe Iglehart won the Tony in 2014 for his role as the Genie in Broadway’s Aladdin. Earlier this year, he moved on to join the cast of Hamilton, where he plays both the Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson, roles that earned original cast member Daveed Diggs both a Tony and a Grammy.
On a recent trip to Disney World, I had an unusual experience. I rode a ride. It broke. We were evacuated, and a few minutes later, I got a picture on my phone. It was an empty raft sliding down Splash Mountain, taken at precisely the moment I was walking down the emergency stairwell. It was weird.
Disney’s The Lion King will show up in theaters as a live-action movie, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Doc McStuffins, the lovely Disney Junior show about a nurturing 6-year-old girl who can talk to the stuffed animals that she cares for in her “clinic” may not be back on air.
Disney will be closing all of its Florida resort beaches and will post new signs indicating the possible presence of alligators in the waters, days after a Nebraska toddler was attacked and drowned by one of the predators in a resort lagoon, the Washington Post reports.
On Wednesday afternoon, authorities recovered what they believe is the body of a 2-year-old Nebraska boy who was dragged away by an alligator the night before, ABC 7 reports.
Authorities are continuing the search for a 2-year-old boy who was dragged away by an alligator from a Disney World, Orlando, Fla., resort late Tuesday, as officials continue to pull alligators from the nearby lagoon in order to check for the boy’s body, CBS News reports.