Latest Children's films Stories
A thousand lucky fans were surprised when stars from "High School Musical 3: Senior Year"-- Zac Efron, Ashley Tisdale, Olesya Rulin, KayCee Stroh, Chris Warren Jr., Ryne Sanborn, Justin Martin, Matt Prokop and Jemma McKenzie-Brown-- showed up to cheer them on as they participated in the Ultimate Fan Pep Rally, an event which included an exclusive sneak peek of the upcoming film.
By Edward Wyatt The red-carpet area at the premiere of the Disney Channel's new Cheetah Girls movie last week looked less like the typical Hollywood cast party than some sort of United Nations session.
"AS the cool autumn evenings begin to draw in, what better way to spend them than tucked up on the sofa in front of the TV in the company of those fine fellows Ratty, Badger, Mole and, of course, Toad. And with The Wind In The Willows: Autumn Antics coming to DVD next month, you can do just that.
Walt Disney Pictures: WHO: 1000 lucky High School Musical super fans selected via call-in opportunities on Radio Disney, KIIS-FM and KABC-TV to show their HSM spirit.
By Bill Blankenship By Bill Blankenship THE CAPITAL-JOURNAL The Disney Channel musical, stage versions of which sold out auditoriums at both Topeka High School and Topeka Civic Theatre & Academy, will test its drawing power when an ice show edition stops Oct.
By Anthony Breznican GLENDALE, Calif. -- It was a bittersweet morning Wednesday at DreamWorks Animation, as the makers of Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa showed off the first footage of the film -- much of it highlighted by a lion voiced by the late Bernie Mac.
By MONTAGUE GAMMON By Montague Gammon Correspondent NORFOLK The Hurrah Players can count on wide name recognition of "High School Musical" to fill the seats of the Nauticus Outdoor Pavilion for this stage show, adapted from the Disney movie.
By MONTAGUE GAMMON By Montague Gammon Correspondent The Hurrah Players can count on wide name recognition of "High School Musical" to fill the seats of the Nauticus Outdoor Pavilion for this stage show, adapted from the Disney movie.
By Bill Blankenship By Bill Blankenship THE CAPITAL-JOURNAL The teen-tween phenomenon that is the "High School Musical" franchise hasn't waned a bit since 7.7 million viewers watched it Jan. 20, 2006, when it first aired on the Disney Channel. When "High School Musical 2" debuted Aug.
By CARLENE MILLER She's on the television. She's on your little sister's T-shirt. She's on magazines, posters, and she'll soon be on the big screen. You can finally see her in person at the Hamburg Fairgrounds, when Vanessa Hudgens performs at the Erie County Fair at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 9.
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.