Pixar fans probably didn’t think to tune into Ellen recently when they saw Tom Hanks was on to promote Sully. But Hanks and DeGeneres share Pixar in common, and the two took the occasion to not only share some fun stories, but also to improvise what might happen if Woody met Dory.
As evidenced by its quirky title, Ursula Vernon’s Castle Hangnail may be about monsters, but it’s hardly a scary story. The book, about a 12-year-old witch named Molly, will be adapted into a feature film at Disney, with TV comedy writer Bill Kunstler scripting and Ellen DeGeneres co-producing.
Finding Dory should not be a good movie. It’s a film the filmmakers didn’t want to make, starring a character who was considered a sidekick, and made more than a decade after the original—an original which was incredibly successful and award-winning, and needed no sequel. But somehow, not only is Finding Dory good,…
For almost 10 years, Finding Nemo was Pixar’s most successful film. And yet, other movies kept getting sequels while our favorite fish story didn’t. At last, in 2010, writer/director Andrew Stanton got inspired. Five years later, on June 17, Finding Dory is coming to theaters.
As most of her fans know, Ellen DeGeneres has been messing (hilariously) with Today Show host Matt Lauer. Now, it'd seem, Matt's decided to get even. After opening her car door and spilling ping pong balls all over a parking lot, DeGeneres discovers a cardboard cutout of her prankster buried inside.
The Oscars start tonight at 8:30pm. Will Gravity, a ground-breaking, lady-fronted, beautifully shot science film make history? Who do you think will win?
I'm sure Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos doesn't know about this, but he's funding a seemingly Christian extremist search engine that is anti-abortion, anti-evolution, racist and even thinks that rape may be justifiable. It's called ChaCha, and it powers Android's most popular Siri competitor, Iris.
Click to viewIt seems that Apple doesn't like—or simply doesn't understand—the extremely complex, layered satire presented on the Ellen Degeneres Show: The company supposedly bullied poor Ellen into apologizing for spoofing an iPhone commercial.