Every Live-Action Disney Remake, Ranked from Worst to Best (Photos)

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Over the last decade, Disney has found itself dipping increasingly into its own well of nostalgic favorites. Specifically, they’ve been taking their beloved animated classics, remaking them in live-action (or mostly live-action), and producing on…

All 19 Tim Burton Movies Ranked, From Worst to Best (Photos)

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How does Tim Burton‘s “Dumbo” stack up with the offbeat auteur’s other films, like “Batman” and “Edward Scissorhands”?
Ed Wood
Writers Larry Karaszewski and Scott Alexander (“The People vs. Larry Fl…

Here’s All the Horror Movie References We Found in ‘Us’ So Far (Photos)

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With the release of “Us,” Jordan Peele has cemented his status as the next can’t-miss horror filmmaker. He’s also proven himself to be quite the horror expert, as he’s sprinkled in the most references to fright flicks we&#…

19 Live-Action Disney Movies in the Works After ‘Dumbo’ (Photos)

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Disney will be pumping out live-action versions of their animated classics for a long time time to come. Here’s a list of titles in the works, including the release date of the original.

Dumbo 
In another promising but visually daunting prospect…

10 Celebrities Who Started Podcasts in the Last Year, From Dax Shepard to Rami Malek (Photos)

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An estimated 144 million people in the U.S. have at one point or another listened to a podcast. That number, provided by Edison Research’s latest study Infinite Dial, is 20 million more than in 2018. The growing popularity of on-demand audio this…

Hear the ‘Captain Marvel’ Soundtrack Dominated by ’90s Girl-Power Anthems (Videos)

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“Captain Marvel” is going to give “Guardians of the Galaxy” a run for its money. While that film had a killer ’80s mixtape, the soundtrack for “Captain Marvel” is loaded with ’90s radio staples and girl r…

Women’s History Month: 17 Women Who Revolutionized Hollywood (Photos)

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Related stories from TheWrap:Women in Film — We’re Not There YetReese Witherspoon Rips Hollywood Sexism: Films Starring Women ‘Are Not a Public Service Project’Number of Women Directing Indie Films Far Outweighs Those Working on Studio Projects

20 Most Streamed Women in Apple Music History, From Ariana Grande to Lady Gaga (Photos)

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Apple Music revealed its top 20 most streamed female artists in its history on Friday, in honor of International Women’s Day. Check out where some of the biggest names in music rank, including Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, and Rihanna.
1) Ariana Gran…

Luke Perry’s Most Memorable Roles, From ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ to ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ (Photos)

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Actor Luke Perry died Monday after a massive stroke, leaving this earth at just 52 years old. To celebrate his life and career, TheWrap has rounded up seven of Perry’s most iconic roles, from “Beverly Hills, 90210” to HBO’s &#82…

17 Buzziest Movies Heading to SXSW This Year, From ‘Us’ to ‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ (Photos)

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SXSW Film Festival is known for its horror film debuts, and this year, Austin, Texas, will attract big talent and famed filmmakers. Click through the gallery to see TheWrap’s buzziest titles.
“Us”
It was announced in January that Jord…

14 Shows That Were Canceled on Awful Cliffhangers (Photos)

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We know sometimes it’s impossible to know when a TV show is going to end, but that makes these series finales all the more difficult to accept. These were the shows that were canceled with unanswered questions or loose plot threads and were never…

All 35 DreamWorks Animation Movies Ranked From Worst to Best (Photos)

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DreamWorks Animation has gone through its share of upheaval, with a few big successes (Shrek, Madagascar) and some notable failures. Since its first animation releases in 1998, it has changed, diversified, merged and been acquired by major studios (fir…

Oscars 2019: Biggest Snubs and Surprises, From Glenn Close to ‘Green Book’ (Photos)

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For much of the night, the Oscars went according to plan — even without a host — with awards pretty much going the way experts, like TheWrap’s Steve Pond, had anticipated. However, no awards show would be complete without at least a …

Oscars 2019: 11 Best and Worst Moments, From Lady Gaga-Bradley Cooper Duet to ‘Wayne’s World’ Reunion (Photos)

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The 91st Academy Awards may not have had a host, but the 3 hour, 17 minute-long show was filled with plenty of heartwarming but also gut-wrenching moments. Here, TheWrap rounds up the 11 best and worst bits of the 2019 Oscars.

BEST/WORST: It’s not your fault, Adam Lambert. It’s just that it’s weird to anyone’s voice sing “We Are the Champions” that isn’t Freddie Mercury. Meanwhile, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey and Maya Rudolph made their best pitch to be next year’s Oscars hosts.

Also Read: Oscars 2019: Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Didn’t Host, But Might as Well Have

BEST: Tyler Perry Calls Out Academy In announcing Best Cinematography, Perry reminded everyone of one of the Academy’s ill-fated attempt to move some of the awards to the commercials.

BEST: Trevor Noah Roasts Mel Gibson The “Daily Show” host got to present Best Picture nominee/winner “Black Panther” and took a jab at Mel Gibson in the process: “Mel Gibson came up to me like, ‘Wakanda Forever.’ He said another word after that, but the Wakanda part was nice.”

BEST: Dana Carvey and Mike Myers “Wayne’s World” reunion A Queen biopic, titled after the song that Wayne and Garth famously rocked out to was nominated for Best Picture? Yea, like this wasn’t going to happen.

BEST: Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga made us cry (again) with “Shallow” — Ally and Jackson Maine — er, we mean Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, silenced the entire Dolby Theatre when they took the stage to sing “Shallow,” their already-iconic duet from “A Star Is Born.” Hey, even if you’ve rewatched that scene from the movie a million times already, it was nice just to take another look at them. Oh, and then the song won an Oscar later in the evening, making this moment even more perfect.

BEST: Awkwafina and John Mulaney Are the Most Adorable/Overwhelmed Presenters Ever — The breakout star of “Crazy Rich Asians” and the “SNL” alum were honored just to be announcing those who were nominated for Best Animated Short at the 91st Annual Academy Awards — even if they were totally freaked out to be doing it. These two very funny people had a very funny, joint on-stage panic attack while recapping how starstruck they were hanging out backstage, rubbing elbows with the other A-list presenters.

BEST: Keegan-Michael Key Enters Mary Poppins-style – The comedian came down from the the Dolby Theatre’s rafters via umbrella to introduce Bette Midler’s performance of the Oscar-nominated song “The Place Where Lost Things Go” from “Mary Poppins Returns.” Let’s just say there are few ways to upstage Bette Midler, but that was one of them.

BEST: Melissa McCarthy and Brian Tyree Henry Are the Best Costumed While Presenting Best Costume – When the “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” star and “Widows” actor were given the costume category they clearly decided to lean into the job. You can read our full breakdown of there look here.

WORST: In Memorium Snubs The Academy had to shave time off somewhere to reach it’s goal of a three-hour show. It looks like the In Memorium segment — which left out Sondra Locke, Verne Troyer, Dick Miller, R Lee Ermey — was where they did it.

BEST: Oscars Stays Pretty Close to Its 3-Hour Runtime Pledge No bloated opening monologue, a much tighter show (with a shaved-down In Memorium segment) helped the Academy stick very close to its goal of a three-hour show, coming in at just 17 minutes over, despite airing all 24 awards live.

WORST: ‘Green Book’ Best Picture Speech Omits Don Shirley — “Green Book” producers and director Peter Farrelly thanked a number of people – even giving a shoutout to the late Carrie Fischer – but there was one notable admission. Don Shirley, which was made all the worse by Mahershala Ali winning an Oscar for playing him.

Awkwafina, Melissa McCarthy Rock Pantsuits at 2019 Oscars (Photos)

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The comedian went all black in her pantsuit, and added a ruffled shirt and embellished brooch to the ensemble.
Awkwafina
The “Crazy Rich Asians” actress made quite the statement with her sparkly pantsuit and giant bow.
Melissa M…

Oscars Red Carpet: Spike Lee, Billy Porter and Other Guys Push the Fashion Envelope (Photos)

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Billy Porter
The “Pose” star donned a velvet tuxedo gown by Christian Siriano, and is one of the most-talked-about looks of the evening so far. Will he be topped?

Stephan James
The “If Beale Street Could Talk” wore a red velve…

20 Most Outrageous Oscar Moments in History, Including That ‘Moonlight’ Surprise (Videos)

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A look back at Oscar highlights, from Marlon Brando refusing his award to John Travolta botching Idina Menzel’s name.

Jerry Lewis Improvises Oscars Finale for 20 Minutes (1959)
Lewis hosted the show in 1959, but for some reason, the show ended 20 minutes early, so he improvised a monologue for the rest of the show, which was joked about for many years after that.

At the 2017 Oscars, Warren Beatty declared “La La Land” the winner of Best Picture. When everyone was giving their acceptance speeches, people started to realize there was a mix up — “Moonlight” had actually won. Everyone thought it was a “oh, no, ‘Moonlight’ deserved it” moment, but it wasn’t. It was a straight-up Steve Harvey moment, and it will go down as one of the most outrageous moments in history.

Also Read: Oscars 2017: Twitter Dunks On Warren Beatty Over ‘Moonlight’ Best Picture Flub

Marlon Brando Refuses Best Actor Oscar (1973)
When Brando won the award for Best Actor for his role in “The Godfather,” he sent up Sacheen Littlefeather to wave away the statue and say that Brando couldn’t accept the award due to the treatment of Native Americans in the film industry.

Man Streaks on the Oscar Stage (1974)
While David Niven was hosting the Oscars in 1974, he was surprised when Robert Opel decided to streak across stage, flashing a peace sign.

Charlie Chaplin Receives 12-Minute Standing Ovation (1972)
When receiving the Honorary Award in 1972, Charlie Chaplin received a 12-minute standing ovation,  the longest in Oscar history.

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Sally Field‘s “You Really Like Me!” Speech (1985)
When Sally Field won Best Actress for her performance in “Places in the Heart,” she famously said, “I can’t deny the fact that you like me!”

Rob Lowe and Snow White’s Disastrous Musical Opening (1989)
This musical number was torn apart by critics, attracted a lawsuit from Disney, and had Julie Andrews, Paul Newman, Sidney Lumet and Gregory Peck co-signing a letter, calling it an “embarrassment” and “demeaning.”

Jack Palance Does Push-Ups on Stage (1992)
When Palance won the Supporting Actor award for “City Slickers,” he talked about producers taking risks with older actors. To give an example, he popped down onto the floor and did some push ups.

Also Read: Oscars 2017: The Full Spectrum of Stars’ Responses to Justin Timberlake Taking ‘Trolls’ Song Into Audience (Photos)

Tom Hanks Thanks (and Outs?) His High School Teacher (1993)
Tom Hanks delivered one of the most outstanding acceptance speeches when he won the Best Actor award for “Philadelphia.” He also gave a shout-out to his high school drama teacher as one of “the finest gay Americans I have known.” (Hanks had contacted his long-retired teacher beforehand, but the incident inspired the 1997 comedy “In & Out.”)

Roberto Benigni Goes Wild (1999)
When Roberto Benigni won the Oscar for Foreign Language Film in 1999, (“Life Is Beautiful”),  he went wild and climbed on chairs, jumped around and hopped onto the stage.

Halle Berry’s Oscar Speech (2002)
Berry was the first African-American woman to win a Best Actress Oscar, and in her speech, called her award a door-opening moment for “every nameless, faceless woman of color that now has a chance.”

Melissa Leo Swears on Stage (2011)
When Leo accepted the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “The Fighter,” she was so nervous that she kept cussing throughout the entire speech.

Ellen’s Superstar Selfie (2014)
Ellen DeGeneres hosted the 2014 Oscars and wanted to break the record for the most retweeted photo of all time, so she snapped a star-studded picture with Jennifer Lawrence, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep, Bradley Cooper and Meryl Streep.

Sean Penn‘s Fail of a Joke About Alejandro Inarritu (2015)
Sean Penn introduced the winner of Best Picture, “Birdman,” by saying, “who gave this son of a bitch his green card?” before announcing Alejandro Inarritu’s name. However, the joke was completely lost on audiences and many criticized Penn for being racist.