Cruella Is Scheduled To Be Theatrically Released In May - Ep. 172
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Super Kaley Cuoco is celebrating a relationship milestone, but not without a few laughs. The Flight Attendant star took to her Instagram to celebrate her five-year anniversary with her husband Karl Cook. "Happy 5 years to the weirdest person I know!" she wrote alongside a black-and-white photo of herself and Karl sharing some PDA with face coverings on. "I don't remember a moment before you entered my life.. what a boring life that must have been! I love you @mrtankcook !" And while the message was super sweet, Kaley's ex-boyfriend and The Big Bang Theory co-star Johnny Galecki appeared to take issue with the caption given the time they spent together, commenting, "Um." Also, In response, Kaley took to her Instagram Story to share a photo of her sending a text to the actors with an article about the comment. She wrote, "LOL," to which John replied with a, "Ha!"
Britney Blues Clues & You, the reboot of the original children’s classic, has carved its own niche in popular culture today with a new song. The ABC Song with Blue!, sung by the dog Blue as voiced by Traci Paige Johnson, assigns concepts to letters of the alphabet. At “P,” the song notes, “P is full of Pride.” To underline its point, the “P” is in rainbow colors, the same as the colors of the LGBTQ pride flag. The letter is also surrounded by multiple other flags representing specific communities. Those include flags for the Trans community, asexual community, pansexual community, intersex community, gender-fluid community, and more. ABC Song w/ Blue! is exclusive to the show’s official YouTube channel. It has yet to air on television. Nickelodeon earlier served up an ad that seemed to indicate Spongebob SquarePants was a member of the LGBTQ community. The network played it coy when asked about that symbolism.
From Screen Rant: A new Cruella movie poster for Disney's live-action Emma Stone-led prequel is unveiled ahead of an official trailer. The 101 Dalmatians prequel will feature Stone as the iconic villainess in the years before she became infamous for stealing the spotted furry friends. The crime comedy film is said to be an origin story of sorts that will follow Cruella de Vil during her early years as a fashion designer in London. During that time, Cruella becomes obsessed with dogs' skins and becomes the iconic Disney villain in the process. As of now, the film is still sitting on its May 28 release date as Disney decides its next move. It’s likely that Disney is waiting at least a few more weeks to make a decision about the film’s release, but it seems the studio is set on the May release date, regardless of whether or not that means a release on Disney+.