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The decision follows the state's governor, Ron DeSantis, signing a bill that requires companies to allow workers to be exempt from vaccinations.
Nope, Santa doesn't need to be white. And the world is finally catching on.
The musical series, which picks up from 2009's "The Princess and the Frog," will hit the streaming service in 2023.
The new Disney+ series will hit the streaming platform in February.
Pixar's prequel film "Lightyear" explores the origins behind the hero who inspired the "Toy Story" action figure.
“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” “Thor: Love and Thunder,” “The Marvels” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” were also all delayed.
"Home Sweet Home Alone" adds a married couple of burglars for the lonesome lad to torment.
Johansson said the streaming release of the Marvel movie breached her contract and deprived her of potential earnings.
The sports network's longtime commentator said she got the shot mandated by her employer, but feels "defeated."
The "Halloween" star defended Johansson against "real-life manipulation" in her legal battle against the studio over the release of "Black Widow."
Disney announced the long list of celebs joining the project, and it released a short film to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the original series.
Singer Halle Bailey, who stars as Ariel in the upcoming movie, celebrated the announcement on Twitter.
The Avengers haven’t exactly been quick to publicly assemble around Johansson amid her legal dispute.
"To be honest, I don't even really know if we were ever really friends," the former Disney Channel star said.
The "WandaVision" star said her first thought when she read that her “Avengers” co-star was suing the company was, “Good for you, Scarlett.”
The company is planning to remove references to the controversial 1946 movie "Song of the South" from the beloved log flume ride.
Some find the idea of a theme park full of hyper-realistic, free-roaming robots a little unsettling for some reason.
"I’m ready to shoot. So I’ll just wait for your call, thank you," the Oscar-winner said.
“Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.” stars Peyton Elizabeth Lee as a 16-year-old prodigy on the brink of a medical career. The series premieres Sept. 8 on Disney+.