With all the frenzy around Frozen casting on Once Upon A Time, we came up with the ideal cast of players for a potential live-action rendition of Disney's Frozen. They may not necessarily be who you'd expect, but we guarantee you they'd create another blockbuster guaranteed to break the bank, because in this case, art imitates life for these characters.
When we think of some of the most talented actors and musicians, we can't help but to think of those who were taken from us much too early. We were devastated when R&B singer Aaliyah died in a plane crash in the Bahamas. She was only 22 years old at the time of her death in 200, far too young. As an R&B icon, a generous and loving soul, and a beautiful face, we wonder what she'd be like today. She's not the only one who is on our mind and in our hearts although they are no longer with us. Here are five stars who are gone but not forgotten.
You love your parents, right? Well then, heed our words and do not bring these ten guys home to meet the family. That evening will just result in a trip to the ER as your father clutches his arm and your mother talks about seeing a white light. Please, raise your standards and bring home a quality guy.
Friendships make up some of the most treasured relationships in our lives. We share a lot with our closest friends, whether it's in the form of secrets, mutual interests, laughs or lifelong memories. There's no greater feeling than having a unique and unbreakable bond with the person you trust the most where you feel free to be yourself and can speak openly about anything.
Everyone has that one ex who causes you to think, Ugh, why did I ever date him? And celebrities are no exception. It's one thing to be embarrassed about a past relationship. But when you're in Hollywood, it's a yoyo of who's dated who. Can you say incestuous? But just like us, stars aren't immune to making mistakes in the dating department. And thanks to them, we get to gossip about every one-night stand, quick fling or engagement that shouldn't have happened.
Yes, Frozen came out back in November and we are still talking about it, because it's become one of our favorite movies ever! Breaking the box office record of the sixth highest-grossing movie of all time is just one of this Disney giant's many accolades. "Let It Go" remains on repeat during our morning commute and we're still pretty upset that talking snowmen don't actually exist. After breaking all kinds of movie and song records, Frozen the musical is up next!
There's no shortage of beautiful women in Hollywood. With perfectly airbrushed skin, limbs so toned and tummies so taut, you'd think the leading ladies in Tinseltown were Photoshopped. That's why we think it's refreshing to see that some celebrity guys aren't falling for the Barbie doll types. These famous gents adore their wives for their lovely lady lumps.
Even if you haven't seen these movies, you've heard these lines. They're the words that define how we think about losing love ("We'll always have Paris."), being defiant in the face of haters ("Nobody puts Baby in a corner."), or just what love actually is ("Love means never having to say you're sorry.")
Mother's Day is this Sunday, and if you've been good, chances are that you've already got the perfect gift picked out and on its way to dear old mum. She's earned it, right? Of course she has! But what about all the other people in your life? Those folks who represent, in some way, all the virtues that motherhood embodies—sacrifice, nurturing, unconditional love? For example: your wife, your single father, your new-mommy friend. They're worthy of gifts, too.
They say a girl's first love is her horse. Maybe that's true—if she's lucky enough to have one. In American culture, horses have long symbolized adventure and a return to nature in an increasingly industrialized world. It's no wonder that My Little Pony and its ilk are still popular today. The Kentucky Derby wouldn't have the same appeal if there were cars instead of horses racing around Churchill Downs. In literature and film, horses serve their riders in multiple ways. The beautiful animals are strong and often wild, but in need of love and care.
With Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding bonanza mere weeks away, we can't help but feel a bit envious—not of Kate Middleton or what is sure to be her amazing gown—but of the glitz and glam that a royal wedding signifies. (Of course, Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama are better role models than your average European princess, but do they ever get to wear tiaras or swan across a ballroom floor with John Travolta?
In honor of Women's History Month, we salute 15 women who changed the way we live and love. Who would you add to the list?
Every actress dreams of bagging that gorgeous golden Oscar statuette, but if the Best Actress Curse is to be believed, scoring an Academy Award means tanking a relationship (think Sandra Bullock, Kate Winslet and Reese Witherspoon, whose relationships fell apart within a year of their Best Actress wins). If the curse is real, can we then predict who will win the 2011 Best Actress by looking at whose love life is least stable? We hope not!