5 Things To Know About Pixar’s Dia De Los Muertos Movie ‘Coco’
It’s been a long journey for “Coco,” Pixar’s Day of the Dead animated film.
When the movie was first announced in 2012, it had no title and no clear focus besides being centered around Mexico’s Día de los Muertos celebrations, which begin on Oct. 31 and end on Nov. 2. But now Pixar and director Lee Unkrich, who worked on “Toy Story 3,” have begun to reveal the cast, plot details and concept art for the film.
Holiday Party Sips: Drink Recipes That Will Leave Your Guests Wanting More!
Who doesn’t love fun holiday parties? Kick off the holiday season the right way by hosting your very own holiday party for friends, family and/or colleagues. Now, you can’t just throw any kind of holiday shindig – you have to impress your guests with one of these tasty drinks! Take a look at these delicious drink recipes that are easy to make and hard to put down.
Devon Terrell On Portraying A Young Obama In Netflix’s ‘Barry’
“Barry,” Netflix’s new original film on President Barack Obama’s junior year at Columbia University, follows a young Obama navigating relationships with his estranged Kenyan father, his Kansas-born mother and classmates.
Directed by Vikram Gandhi, and starring Devon Terrell in his breakout performance, finds the future president grappling with the city’s crime-ridden and racially charged social issues.
Viola Davis: The Privilege Of A Lifetime Is Being Who You Are
Viola Davis is a winner yet again.
During Sunday night’s annual Critics’ Choice Awards, Davis became the first actress to receive the #SeeHer Award, which was created from the #SeeHer ANA campaignto eliminate bias against women in media and advertising.
This Family’s Reaction To Teen’s Cornell Acceptance Is The Definition of Joy
On Dec. 8, high school senior Brendon Gauthier learned he got into Cornell University surrounded by friends and family. The group’s exciting and heartwarming reaction has since gone viral.
TM Landry College Prep, a school in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, shared a video on Facebook of Gauthier at a laptop checking his admission status to Cornell. Upon seeing he had been accepted, Gauthier and his family immediately jump up and down in celebration. At one point, the teen jumps into the arms of the man beside him.