Now, it's a given that some of us ladies take care of our nails better than some things in everyday life, am I right? With that said, our fave polish line OPI is launching a lined filled with glittery, metallic, and pearly sheers hitting salons this March. OPI put together a deal with Disney as the line coincides with the movie Oz: The Great and Powerful, which hits theaters in March as well and is the prequel (and pre-Dorothy) to The Wizard Of Oz starring James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, and Michelle Williams.
The line features seven flashy and classy colors with names like "What's This Wizardry," and "Don't Burst My Bubble." You're never too old for a little glitter mani so be on the lookout when these magical shades hit stores!
Yes, this is real life.
Just a few weeks after plans surfaced of a Boy Meets World follow-up, our nostalgic wishes have been granted. It has been confirmed by TV Line that Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel will be reprising their signature roles as Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence in the aptly titled Girl Meets World.
The reboot is being done by the Disney Channel and Boy Meets World creator himself Michael Jacobs, with the premise paralleling the original show's pilot season. The setting will take place more than a decade after the show's original run, with the main character being Cory & Topanga's 13-year-old daughter Riley Matthews. Shooting is scheduled to start in February.
Disney researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed new technology that will bring your plants to life. Based on the principle that all living things contain natural electric energy, scientists are using computers to tap into this energy and make it possible for us as humans to go so far as to play music with a rhododendron!
Now don't fear for the plants, these researchers assure us that the process is completely non-invasive. Simply by placing a wire in the plants soil and attaching it to the computer software, we are able to interact with the plant. The software allows the plant to detect our touch location or even estimate our frequency of grasp and contact, thus our being able to play a plant like an instrument.
Former Disney darling Miley Cyrus got real cheeky in a Los Angeles American Apparel Wednesday afternoon. The star went bra-less under a crop top and a pair of barely there short shorts. She threw on a black and red flannel shirt as a cover-up and stepped out in black combat boots.
Miley 19, and her fiancé, Hunger Games star Liam Hemsworth 22, met on the set of their movie “The Last Song” back in 2009. News of their engagement has sparked some controversy because of how young the two stars are; Controversy that has gone so far to spark rumors of a pregnancy.
We’ll let you Joonbuggers be the judge!
Unless you’ve been sitting under a rock for the past three years on a deserted island, roped, tied, and gagged, you have more than likely been exposed to the teenage cultural phenomenon that is Justin Bieber.
Yes, that’s right teenage cultural phenomenon.
From dating Disney darling Selena Gomez to singing for the President, Justin Bieber is an international sensation who has solidified his spot in music and pop culture history.
For anyone paying attention to today’s pop culture scene, it was easy to predict who would win big at this year’s Teen Choice Awards.
The show, hosted by The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco, highlights the year's biggest achievements in entertainment while putting a spin on the typical awards show archetype. The winners are voted on by teenagers who cast their votes online, and the categories stem from the typical favorites and have come to include Choice Tweeter (Justin Beiber), choice vampire (Robert Pattinson), choice web star (Rebecca Black) and other zany categories.
During last night’s MTV Movie Awards, we saw all of our favorite celebrities decked out in their best Award-worthy outfits. We saw everything from ball gowns to mini dresses to even rompers, and we loved them all (for the most part!). Some of the major trends highlighted were lace, animal print, and metallic designs. Here are our top 15 favorite looks from this year’s event...
1. Selena Gomez’s Giambattista Valli-designed look topped our list. The Disney starlet opted for light, summery-toned separates and a clutch designed by Cecilia. She told MTV's red carpet reporter and Project Runway alum Christian Siriano that as soon as she saw the trendy, but age-appropriate look, she was sure it the one!
Photographer Annie Leibovitz has been working with Disney to bring us our favorite characters reimagined as celebrities. She was called in to do a project called the Year of a Million Dreams campaign. Her photos are, as always, fantastic, and she works extremely hard to bring the original scenes to life.
The real draw, however, is the huge celebrity cast and costumes. Leibovitz has JLo and Marc Anthony and Princess Jasmine and Aladdin, soaring high on a magic carpet in homage to the “A Whole New World” world scene of the movie. Jennifer’s costume breaks away from Jasmine’s blue, but the gold accentuates her skin tone and highlights the sunset Leibovitz carefully captures in the background. Penelope Cruz poses majestically in Belle’s yellow ballgown, lifted by Jeff Bridges as The Beast against an ominous background. Olivia Wilde is Snow White’s frightening evil step-mother with Alec Baldwin as the Magic Mirror. Snow White herself is Rachel Weisz.
Robb Pratt, a Disney heavy weight animator with Pocahontas, Hercules, and Tarzan under his belt, took on a little project he’d had in the back of his mind for a long time. What he made was an homage to the Man of Steel himself, and although it’s a little under a minute long, it’s a marvel of animation on the web. The film is produced and storyboarded by Pratt and he is joined at the animation table by only two others.
It’s a testament to classical animation. Smooth and clever, every movement in the film is eye-catching and has the audience hungry for more. In it, a Metropolis similar to the early 40s setting of the first comics and animated shorts by Max Fleischer is attacked by a giant robot, and it’s up to Superman to save the day. Clark Kent, journalist for the Daily Planet-- who is completely unrelated to, though suspiciously sounds like-- our titular hero, is voiced by John Netwon. Newton himself starred as Superboy in the 80s T.V. series, The Adventures of Superboy. Even the music itself is taken from the live-action Superman serial, and is composed by Mischa Bakaleinikoff. Pratt notes that the Superman seen here is meant to be a composite of all of the actors who have portrayed him.