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Paused at the Right Moment, part 2

Sometimes I have to stop editing because I am laughing so much!! X,D 

1. The Little Mermaid (1989) 2. Aladdin (1992) 3. Hercules (1997) 4. Spirit; Stallion of the Cimarron (2002) 5. Balto (1995) 6. Sinbad; Legend of the Seven Seas (2003) 7. Peter Pan (1953)  8. Road to ElDorado (2000) 9. Hercules (1997) 10. Aladdin (1992)

Part 1, Part 3 Part 4

Guillermo Del Toro Reveals Details Of 'Pacific Rim' Animated Series In Development

In heartening Pacific Rim news, Collider reports that the Pacific Rim animated series is actually well in development. Intended as a bridge between the first Pacific Rim and 2017 sequel Pacific Rim 2, Guillermo del Toro has revealed more than a few details about the Pacific Rim animated series. Find out what the focus of Pacific Rim: The Anime is going to be after the jump.

“Individually, they’re more than enough. He is yet to be superseded in Hollywood where urbane sophistication mixed with action man chops and a winning touch of down to earth charm is concerned. She is a megastar who packs a tiny bag to travel the world yet prefers plain black separates (she said it’s because she’s messy). They get around by private jet and own houses all over, but the pair keep it real, never flaunting their eye popping wealth and global fame, instead using it for good; they maintain normalcy, or as much of it as they can. No Instagram uploads, no shonky tell-alls, a brood of kids who look like typical rug rats and the careful maintenance of a legacy that looks built to last.”

Universal Pictures: Restorations and Rediscoveries, 1928–1937 opens next Friday at MoMA Film. See stunning films from this ambitious, risk-taking period of the famous studio’s history. 

[King of Jazz. 1930. USA.  Directed by John Murray Anderson. Pictured: The Russell Markert Dancers. Courtesy NBCUniversal]