The sequel to the popular 2003 Disney fish story, "Finding Nemo" is closer to hitting theaters as Pixar announced the release date of "Finding Dory" for next summer.
In 2003, "Finding Nemo" sent the nervous clown fish, Marlin out into the big ocean to rescue his rebellious runaway son, Nemo. On June 2016, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures are releasing the sequel, "Finding Dory," 12 years after the original.
This time around, the new movie focuses on Dory, the memory-impaired blue tang fish who helped Marlin find his son in the previous film. Reprising her role as the forgetful fish, top-rated talk show maven, Ellen DeGeneres signed on for the sequel as early as August 2012, and will provide her voice for the second installment in the franchise. more >>
Comedian Stephen Colbert, who's set to take over as host of the "Late Show" in September, has shared in an interview the question he would ask of Pope Francis, along with his favorite saint, hymn and Bible verse.
Fr. James Martin, editor-at-large at America magazine, interviewed Colbert in a video posted on Monday and asked him a series of questions about his Roman Catholic faith.
When asked about a question he would direct at Pope Francis if he could, Colbert said: "What do you do to get that smile on your face in the morning?" more >>
"Scandal" Season 4 will be returning to ABC on March 5, and Episode 14 spoilers and sneak peeks are already making the rounds of the Internet.
ABC's popular political thriller, "Scandal" will be returning with Episode 14 for its March 5 Season 4 return of the show to the small screens. Titled "Lawn Chair," viewers will see Olivia Pope get back on the saddle to attempt to fix a perilous state of affairs.
Viewers who've watched the preview for the episode may be right in assuming Olivia Pope will be unable to find a solution to the dangerous situation, owing to her kidnapping and the harrowing live auction experience she went through in the previous episode. more >>
The Obama Democrats have an audacious scheme for winning future elections. They just plan to import 5,000,000 non-citizens and credential them as voters who will, in gratitude, vote Democratic.
The way this devious formula works is stunningly simple. Just get the new Republican Congress (under Speaker John Boehner and Sen. Mitch McConnell) to pass a full-funding bill for Homeland Security without any exception for the funding of Obama's illegal executive amnesty, which will allow Obama to give work permits, Social Security numbers and driver's licenses to five million illegal aliens.
Once the 5 million so-called undocumented persons are given those valuable documents, there is no way to stop them from voting. That conclusion is drawn from the testimony of voting experts such as Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who told the U.S. House Oversight Committee on Feb. 12, "It's a guarantee it will happen." Kobach's warning was reinforced by testimony before the same committee by Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, who noted that the 5 million non-citizens would receive the "same documents that federal law requires the states to recognize as valid forms of identification for voter registration." And once an alien registers to vote, Secretary Kobach said, it is "virtually impossible" to remove him from the voter rolls. more >>
Georgia's only woman on death row was not executed Monday night due to "an abundance of caution" about the drug being used for the execution.
Kelly Gissendaner's execution at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison in Jackson was temporarily postponed after the drug in question, pentobarbital, appeared cloudy. That cloudiness caused concern that it was somehow tainted or would not be effective in the procedure. The Georgia Department of Corrections did not take any questions but simply said the execution was "postponed."
In recent weeks, numerous groups, including many Christians, took up the cause of sparing Gissendaner from death. She was sentenced to death 18 years ago for conspiring with her boyfriend to kill her husband, Douglas. Her lawyers argued that Gissendaner did not actually take part in the murder and had been rehabilitated during her time in prison. However, the board denied the petition for clemency and the execution was to be carried out on Monday evening. more >>
American rapper Kanye West revealed the title of his seventh album on social media Sunday, a move considered unconventional for the controversial artist.
Kanye West took to Twitter on March 1 to reveal the title of his upcoming album, a seventh studio release named "So Help Me God." His posts included the artwork to appear on the album cover.
West's followers and the media speculated on the understated announcement, noting that the rapper-songwriter-record producer-fashion designer was not in the habit of quietly promoting his work on social media. more >>