While being the parent of twins means double the work, it also has some unique perks — especially if you’re a fan of horror films.
A father tweeted this picture of his twin daughters dressed up as the creepy sisters from the classic Stanley Kubrick horror, The Shining, and it went viral.
This dad of the year enjoys dressing his girls as the ghastly characters during while staying in hotels to scare the sh*t out of other guests.
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We already know that Tangled‘s Rapunzel (Mandy Moore) and Eugene (Zachary Levi) got their happily ever after — thanks to the sequel short Tangled Ever After, which took us inside the romance (and chaos) of their wedding day — but the beloved Disney movie also told us that it took years before our long-haired leading lady accepted Eugene’s proposal and agreed to tie the knot.
That’s where Tangled: The Series comes in. Kicking off with a Disney Channel Original Movie, Tangled Before Ever After, on March 10, the new show explores the time between the first film and its wedding-themed sequel. It follows Rapunzel as she acclimates to her new life in the kingdom of Corona and gets to know her parents, her future husband and herself after years of being locked away from the world, and the stars are eager to revisit their fan-favorite roles, as they discuss in Mashable‘s exclusive sneak peek above. Read more…
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Kong: Skull Island runs a healthy 120 minutes, which means you’ll probably be tempted to get up and stretch your legs or hit the bathroom the moment the end credits start to roll. But if you can sit tight just a few moments longer, you’ll be treated to a juicy post-credits scene with big implications for the future of the franchise.
And if you can’t? Don’t worry — we’ve got you covered. We can tell you exactly what happens in the Kong: Skull Island post-credits scene, and what it all means.
(Note: from this point on, there will be spoilers for the ending Kong: Skull Island. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, don’t say we didn’t warn you.) Read more…
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Samuel L. Jackson isn’t one to shy away from voicing his opinions — even if they turn out to be unpopular.
But he’s also capable of listening as a recent radio interview shows.
During an appearance on the New York radio station Hot 97, Jackson criticized Jordan Peele’s film Get Out for casting British actor, Daniel Kaluuya, instead of a black American actor. He argued that an American person of colour would understand the struggle of interracial dating in America more than one born in Britain where interracial coupling has had a longer history. Read more…
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