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Jordan Fisher Crowned Dancing with the Stars Season 25 Mirrorball Champion

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Jordan Fisher Crowned Dancing with the Stars Season 25 Mirrorball Champion
Dancing with the Stars has crowned its season 25 winner!

On Tuesday night, Jordan Fisher, Lindsey Stirling and Frankie Muniz went head-to-head on the season finale of the reality dancing competition series, but it was Fisher who was victorious and took home the coveted Mirrorball Trophy after earning overall perfect scores for his final two dances. Stirling was runner-up and Muniz was second runner-up.

Speaking moments after his big win, Fisher was lost for words to describe what it felt like to win, but had plenty to say about his partner Lindsay Arnold.

“We’re both just sort of blinded and
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My 5: Corbin Bleu’s Favorite Modern, Holiday Classics (Exclusive)

My 5: Corbin Bleu’s Favorite Modern, Holiday Classics (Exclusive)
Only 28 years old, Holiday Inn had been out for nearly 50 years by the time Corbin Bleu was born. But that didn’t stop the former High School Musical star and Dancing With the Stars contestant from stepping into the role made famous by Fred Astaire in Broadway’s musical adaptation of the film.

In fact, Bleu brought a modern flair to the character of Ted Hanover, a professional dancer who loses his partner to an oil tycoon and later sets his sights on friend Jim Hardy’s holidays-only hotel performer and love interest, Linda Mason. In one particular number from the Broadway show, “Let's Say It With Firecrackers,” Bleu performs a solo tap dance with the accompaniment of firecrackers with so much pizazz and style that even Astaire would have been impressed.

“We were really giving a new birth to the new number,” Bleu tells Et about working with choreographer Denis Jones to morph it for his body
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Horrible Histories: the 15 greatest songs

Catherine Pearson Nov 20, 2017

With reports of a Horrible Histories feature film in development, we salute the genius songs of a magnificent show...

Ah, Horrible Histories. The show that brings all the slapstick humour and wordplay of Blackadder and Monty Python to a young audience. It’s a rare and marvellously British televisual feast (points for citing the reference, there): a bunch of hugely talented actors charging around in historical outfits, singing songs and starring in genius pop culture-inspired spoofs to deliver the darker side of history to school children.

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Terry Deary’s famous books were an obvious choice for a Cbbc adaptation, but it was a bold choice to assemble a writing team and cast known for their work in the
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Zac Efron Goes Back to His Dancing Roots in The Greatest Showman

Zac Efron Goes Back to His Dancing Roots in The Greatest Showman
By now, teases of High School Musical reunions, secrets and alternate endings are the oldest click bait in the book. There's never going to be another HSM—at least not in the form that its original fans know—so it's about time to let it go. But those who thrive on nostalgia and are still clinging to a long-gone version of Zac Efron can still find ways to hold on to that memory. Take next month's The Greatest Showman. Is it about teenagers? No. Are there basketball games? Definitely not. But by God, there'll be dancing. The musical, which also stars Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams and Zendaya, is inspired by the real-life tale of P.T. Barnum, who...
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Joanna Quraishi Comedy About Woman Exploring Middle-Eastern Roots in Development at CBS

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Joanna Quraishi has a new project in the works. Variety reports that CBS is developing a comedy from the “Kevin Can Wait” scribe. Currently untitled, the series would center on a “millennial woman who sets off to get to know the Middle-Eastern culture and the family of her late father.”

In addition to penning the script, Quraishi will co-executive produce. Joining her behind the scenes are actresses, producers, and sisters Ashley and Jennifer Tisdale, known for “High School Musical,” and “The House Bunny,” respectively. They’ll Ep via their Blondie Girl Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.

Part Timers,” “Weird Loners,” and “Swamp Talk with Shrek & Donkey” are among Quraishi’s other credits. One of her early gigs saw her working as a writers’ assistant at “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” “It’s hard to name a single favorite experience, because there were many memorable ones, but probably
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Greatest Showman Trailer #2: Hugh Jackman Joins the Circus

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Greatest Showman Trailer #2: Hugh Jackman Joins the Circus
20th Century Fox is promising that The Greatest Showman is the greatest holiday movie of the season. It's Hugh Jackman's first big outing since saying good-bye to his iconic Wolverine character earlier this year in Logan. Now, he's singing and dancing his way through the end of the year with a show stopping extravaganza that proves to be a real thanksgiving feast for the eyes.

20th Century Fox has released the second trailer for The Greatest Showman, which has Hugh Jackman starring alongside High School Musical alum Zac Efron and Oscar-nominated actress Michelle Williams. Also running away to the circus are Rebecca Ferguson and Spider-Man: Homecoming pop sensation Zendaya.

The Greatest Showman features original songs by the Academy Award Winning lyricists of La La Land, Benj Pasek & Justin Paul. Step inside the magical world of P.T. Barnum and experience the birth of show business! This musical hits theaters everywhere
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Star Wars’ chequered past in live-action TV

Rob Leane Nov 13, 2017

A live-action Star Wars TV series is on the way! Let’s look back at Underworld, the last attempt to get one made...

Last Friday was an exiting day for Star Wars fans, with UK followers of that galaxy far, far away waking up to some massive news. While we were sleeping, Disney chief Bob Iger announced a new trilogy of Star Wars films and a live-action Star Wars TV series.

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Iger’s announcement included some details about the new movie trilogy (The Last Jedi’s Rian Johnson is helming it, with the story being totally separate to the Skywalker-centric ‘episode’ films), but the TV project was left utterly mysterious. All the fans were told is that the live-action TV series will be released
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Star Wars, Monsters Inc, High School Musical: Disney Developing New Series for Streaming Service

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Disney has big things planned for the future. Deadline reports the company is developing new TV shows for their upcoming digital streaming service.Some of those shows will reportedly include a live-action Star Wars series, a spinoff of Monsters Inc, and a project based on the hit High School Musical franchise. Additionally, Disney is planning an original series from Marvel.Read More…
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New Live-Action ‘Star Wars’, ‘Monsters Inc’, ‘High School Musical’ TV Shows Coming

Disney has announced that they are planning a bunch of new TV shows based on their most popular franchises. All are destined for their planned streaming service and include a new live-action Star Wars series, a Monsters Inc. TV series, based on the classic Pixar movies, and a High School Musical TV series.

The news was announced by Walt Disney Company chairman and CEO Bob Iger during a quarterly earnings call with investors on Thursday. All are set for the streaming service, which is due to debut online in 2019. According to reports, around 7000 episodes of Disney television and 500 movies will be available on the new service, the exclusive home in the U.S. for subscription-video-on-demand viewing of the newest live action and animated movies from Disney and Pixar. We’re not sure how this will affect viewers in other territories presently.

The news comes in addition to reports that Rian Johnson
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Disney announces Star Wars, Marvel, Monsters Inc. and High School Musical TV series

Coming hot on the heels of the announcement that Star Wars: The Last Jedi helmer Rian Johnson is set to create a brand new Star Wars trilogy, Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced that the galaxy far, far away is coming to the small screen with a live-action series that will air on Disney’s upcoming streaming service.

In addition to the Star Wars show, Disney has also announced that it is teaming with Marvel Television for a brand new show, and is also developing TV adaptations of Pixar’s Monsters, Inc. and The Disney Channel’s High School Musical.

The new original series will feature as part of Disney’s dedicated streaming service, which is also set to serve as the home for all of Disney’s feature films, including Marvel and Star Wars. Disney has also said that it will produce around five original movies each year for the service.
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Get Ready for Star Wars and High School Musical TV Shows

Get Ready for Star Wars and High School Musical TV Shows
May the force be with you, Wildcats. TV series based on Stars Wars and High School Musical are in the work, Walt Disney Company chairman and CEO Bob Iger revealed during a quarterly earnings call with reporters. However, you'll have to wait until 2019 to catch the beloved-for-wildly-different-reasons franchises. The live-action projects would debut on Disney's streaming service, which will launch in 2019. In addition to Star Wars and High School Musical TV series, Disney is also looking to create a series based on Monsters Inc., its 2001 animated hit film with Pixar. Though the Stars Wars franchise has aired five animated TV shows, this will be its first live-action one. The news  comes...
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All New Marvel Series To Launch Via Disney; Will Daredevil And Co. Remain On Netflix?

The fallout from Disney’s earnings call continues.

Amid news that Rian Johnson (The Last Jedi) has been tasked with delivering an all-new Star Wars trilogy, not to mention the live-action series set in that galaxy far, far away, we’ve now received yet more evidence that Marvel‘s street-level heroes (see: Daredevil, Jessica Jones, et. al) may be pulled from Netflix and relocated to Disney’s new streaming platform in 2019.

It’s a subscription service that’s clearly being angled as a director competitor to Netflix – CEO Bob Iger confirmed today that it’ll be priced “substantially below” Netflix’s current $10.99 entry point in two years’ time – so we can’t imagine the Mouse House will want some of its most valuable assets on another platform.

Regardless of whether its current pool of content is shifted, The Wall Street Journal has confirmed that all new Marvel series will be
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Star Wars, High School Musical TV Series Being Developed for Disney's Upcoming Streaming Service

Star Wars, High School Musical TV Series Being Developed for Disney's Upcoming Streaming Service
In crafting new projects for its still-untitled streaming service, launching in 2019, Disney is looking to some of its most popular film franchises for inspiration.

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During a phone call with investors on Thursday, Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed that a live-action Star Wars TV series is in the works for the service, as well as shows based on Pixar’s Monsters, Inc. movies and Disney Channel’s High School Musical trilogy. (A fourth HSM movie is already in the works for Disney Channel.)

The live-action Star Wars series news
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Disney Developing ‘Star Wars’, ‘Monsters Inc.’ TV Series For Streaming Service

Updated: Disney will mine some of its best-loved entertainment franchises — including Star Wars, Marvel and Monsters Inc. — to help launch its forthcoming digital streaming service. Chief Executive Bob Iger said today the company would develop a live-action Star Wars television series for the Disney-branded service. The studio also is working on TV adaptations of Pixar’s Monsters Inc., a fresh look at the High School Musical franchise, and an original series from…
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Live-Action Star Wars TV Show In The Works At Disney

In addition to a fourth trilogy of movies being hatched by The Last Jedi‘s Rian Johnson, Disney has confirmed plans to launch a new live-action Star Wars series in 2019.

The project was one of three major TV shows announced at the company’s earnings call today (via The Wall Street Journal), after it was confirmed that both Monsters Inc. and High School Musical are also headed to the small screen. It’s all part of Disney’s aggressive plan to stake a claim in the streaming market and, essentially, draw power away from Netflix, the undisputed king of digital content. And it seems the Mouse House is bringing its big guns.

Unlike Rebels and the newly-released Forces of Destiny, this all-new Star Wars series is the first sign of a live-action TV show since Disney announced Underworld back in 2005. Set between the events of Revenge of the Sith and
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Live-Action Star Wars Show Being Developed for Disney's Streaming Service

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On top of a handful of other shows in the works, Disney is planning to pad out their new streaming service with a live-action Star Wars show.  Come inside for a little more info!

Wow...what a day for Star Wars fans, huh?  In addition to getting the awesome (and very unexpected) news that Rian Johnson is developing an entirely new Star Wars trilogy for the big screen, we now have confirmation that a live-action TV show is in the works.  

The news comes from Bob Iger himself, Disney's CEO/Chairman, during the company's quarterly earnings call.  The Star Wars show is planned to arrive on Disney's new streaming service, which is expected to arrive before the end of 2019 (though, that doesn't necessarily mean the show will debut at launch).  

On top of Star Wars, an all new original Marvel series is also in the works, along with a Monsters Inc.
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'Star Wars' Live-Action TV Series to Launch on Disney Streaming Service

Star Wars is getting the TV treatment with a forthcoming live-action series set to debut on Disney's digital streaming service. The still-untitled service is set to launch in 2019.

Walt Disney Company chairman and CEO Bob Iger confirmed the project Thursday while on a quarterly earnings call with investors. 

Additionally, Iger revealed that new TV series based on the 2001 Pixar film Monsters Inc. (which also spawned the 2013 sequel Monsters University) and the Disney Channel film franchise High School Musical also will debut on the service.

It also was announced that the Star Wars franchise will expand with the launch of...
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Jordan Fisher and Corbin Bleu Are the Musical Duo We Never Knew We Needed on DWTS

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Jordan Fisher has been dominating the competition on Dancing With the Stars, and on Monday night, he took things up a notch by teaming up with former contestant, Corbin Bleu. The talented musical stars certainly made hearts flutter when they performed a salsa with pro Lindsay Arnold for the show's special trio night. Aside from flaunting their bare chests in matching purple shirts, the two set the dance floor on fire with their incredible moves. Seriously, we need these two to do a musical together, Asap! Maybe a cross between Grease and High School Musical?
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