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What Disney Character Are You Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Who are we kidding: Disney movies were basically our entire childhood. And to be completely honest, they’re still a part of being an adult, too. It’s a well-known fact that anyone who tells you they’re not looking forward to the latest Disney movie release is probably lying.

And, anyone who says they’re not curious about what Disney character they would be according to their star sign is probably also lying. Find your zodiac sign in the list below, and see who is your Disney counterpart, and what your fairytale romance would be like …

Aries (March 21 – April 19)

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Aries, your bold attitude makes you the perfect Princess Jasmine. Your strong will and dependable work ethic means that you’re not the type to give up, even in the face of living as a street rat. Since you’ve got a lot of energy to burn off, you’re definitely the best person to face off against the deviousness of Jafar.

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Romancing you is pretty tricky, which is a good thing. You deserve respect and  to be doted on. Nothing would stop your ambition from taking you to the Cave of Wonders!

Taurus (April 20 – May 20)

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With your determined attitude, Taurus, you are definitely Jane. You have the fortitude to see yourself learn to tree-surf like a pro, and fight off would-be poachers. Your stamina is unparalleled, and you have a generous personality.

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Your lovers are lucky, since they know you have a real appreciation for beauty – and you wouldn’t be with them if you didn’t think they were gorgeous! However, you can have trouble communicating your feelings, so they do have to be patient with you.

Gemini (May 21 – June 20)

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Gemini, your versatility is what defines you as Mulan. New situations don’t scare you, since you’re good at thinking on your feet. Your smarts are why people want you around when they’re caught in a sticky situation. Remember: you’re as swift as the coursing river, with all the force of a great typhoon, you have the strength of a raging fire, and you’re as mysterious as the dark side of the moon.

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Your ideal partner would have to understand that you can’t just sit at home and play the homemaker. That would be boring. You would rather spend your time crossdressing, saving the country from violent invaders, and making your family proud.

Cancer (June 21 – July 22)

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Snow White is your Disney counterpart, Cancer. You have such a large heart, and you care for the people around you. We know – it can be a bit overwhelming at times. You crave stability in your home life, so that you can feel secure, safe and comfortable. Just make sure your housemates don’t take your kindness for granted!

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Someday your prince will come, and they’ll be understanding of your absent father and evil stepmother issues. Beware, though, since they might have a chronic habit of disturbing your sleep.

Leo (July 23 – August 22)

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Leo, your sign is the queen of the jungle, so who could you be, but Nala? You’re a good, strong leader, which is just as well when everything the light touches is your kingdom. Leo, you have a great sense of judgment, which is why you can easily make friends with the likes of meerkats and warthogs. Hakuna matata, right?

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Your loved one must be comfortable with your penchant for drama. While it seems to centre on you, you’d swear it’s not always your fault. It’s not like you can help that your uncle’s the jealous, murderous type.

Virgo (August 23 – September 22)

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With your ability to keep your emotions reigned in, Virgo, you are the quintessential Elsa. Rather than risk making yourself vulnerable, you try to focus your attention on what you’re doing rather than on who you are as a person. You can sometimes be overly self-critical, because you always demand the best from yourself. But, you need to learn to let it go.

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Virgo, your ideal partner is someone who can accept you for who you are, and will love you unconditionally. And hopefully they can teach you how to love yourself, too.

Libra (September 23 – October 22)

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Libra, you find yourself in Pocahontas. You have a great capacity for charming others into cooperation, but you’re not the best at dealing with confrontation. In fact, you have a fear of other people getting hurt, and this can keep you from reaching your goals.

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You can be your best self with someone who understands your passion for justice and equality. Since you have the ability to see beauty in lots of things, your loved one must be able to appreciate the colours of the wind.

Scorpio (October 23 – November 21)

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With your entrepreneurial attitude, Scorpio, you have an innate ability to overcome massive obstacles, just like your Disney counterpart, Moana. You’re not satisfied with spending forever on a tiny island. You’d rather a bigger, bolder lifestyle, exploring the world.

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Finding that special someone for you means finding a person who can keep up with you in a heated debate. You can’t help it if you feel passionate about something! In fact, more often than you bring that same passion into the bedroom with you.

Sagittarius (November 23 – December 21)

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Sagittarius, have you ever considered how much you have in common with Rapunzel? You have a real desire for freedom, but you also like the idea of having a place, or kingdom, to call home. Your ability to adapt in hairy situations means you’ll get your happy ending, eventually.

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True love for you is being with a Flynn Rider who accepts you and your passion for travel. And, who won’t mind if you do wildly spontaneous things, like cutting all of your hair off at the drop of a hat.

Capricorn (December 22 – January 20)

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Remember Lilo and Stitch, Capricorn? Well, you’re definitely the Lilo in this equation. You make a great companion, and life-long friend, which is just as well if your number one amigo is an alien. Watch out for the Nani in your life, since you need someone to provide rules and structure for you to function well.

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Your soulmate is someone who understands that your stoicism makes you pretty closed-mouthed when it comes to talking about your emotions. 

Aquarius (January 21 – February 18)

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Aquarius, with your unorthodox, unconventional soul, you are certainly Belle. People know you for always having your nose in a book. And, since you are well-read, it makes you a pretty intelligent person. You tend to make friends with an eclectic bunch – yes, being friends with household belongings is a little strange. 

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You’re not worried about the way someone looks when you’re in a relationship, Aquarius. You’d rather know that they have a good heart, and care about humanitarian issues like you do.

Pisces (February 19 – March 20)

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Pisces, let’s face it: you’re Ariel. You’re a real fish out of water. You can be shy at the best of times, which makes you adept at imitating the mannerisms of other people while you hide your true personality … or mermaid heritage. 

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Your Prince Eric knows that you make a devoted lover and friend, and that you’re selfless to a fault. With your deeply emotional nature, you make a sensitive soul to be around.

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Cameron Diaz Talks About That Traumatic Scene From ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’ That Gave Us All Our First Taste Of Second Hand Embarrassment

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Cameron Diaz Talks About That Traumatic Scene From ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’ That Gave Us All Our First Taste Of Second Hand Embarrassment

Everybody’s favorite 90s romantic comedy, “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” is packed with various moments of hilarious victories that make the movie so lovable. The 1997 film stars Julia Roberts as a 27-year-old Julianne Potter who flies to Chicago to break up her best friend (Dermot Mulroney’s) marriage to 20-year-old Kimmy (played by Cameron Diaz). It’s filled with meddling moments and mini-disasters including one iconic scene made of a particular sort of awkwardness.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Diaz spoke about the one scene that prompted everyone to steer clear of karaoke bars.

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In one of the film’s most beloved scenes, Cameron Diaz’s Kimmy stands before a packed karaoke bar at the urging of Julianne and sputters and cries her way through Dionne Warwick’s “I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself.” The scene is awkwardly heavy, with Diaz’s blotchy, clammy, pink face tearing apart every note and Julia Robert’s conniving character’s satisfied smirk. The patrons in the bar sit awkwardly still in their seats as they watch the trainwreck and experience the ultimate form of secondhand embarrassment. Then suddenly, through Kimmy’s show of good sportsmanship, the scene turns around.

The patrons join in on the song, singing, and clapping. Julianne is noticeably dumbfounded by her failed scheme. No doubt, the entire experience was humiliating for everyone watching (audience included) but there’s also no denying that the proper people have been charmed, even us the viewers who were supposed to be rooting for Julianne, can’t help but have a change of heart over the girl who has a father worth billions.

That’s just good acting. Or, so we thought.

Speaking with Entertainment Weekly for its latest reunion special, Diaz explained that the film was far more real than we might have guessed.

During the interview that commemorated the film which is now over twenty years old, Diaz admitted that the idea of standing up in front of the bar and singing actually, truly made her miserable.

“I was terrified to do that scene, for real,” Diaz, who is of Cuban descent admitted. “I allowed the true terror of singing in front of people to be alive in me. I wanted to run and hide, and Dermot kept me there. He said, “You can do it, you can do it.” In the scene I’m just staring at him the whole time because he’s looking at me like, “You’re okay. You’re not gonna die.” And I was like, “But I’m dying.”


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20 Crazy Facts About “Spy Kids” You Didn’t Notice In The Movie

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20 Crazy Facts About “Spy Kids” You Didn’t Notice In The Movie

In 2001, Latino kids across the globe were met with a rare treasure never to be seen. A Latino spy family featuring two kids with top-secret espionage badges on the big screen. The heroic movie “Spy Kids” launched a mega movie franchise as well as the imaginations of Latino kids.

Written and directed by Robert Rodriguez, “Spy Kids” was an epic espionage movie packed full of wonderment, surprise, gadgets oh yeah and Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino and new faces Alexa PenaVega and Daryl Sabara.

Check out these 20 things you never knew about your favorite movie from 2001!

1. Robert Rodriguez, the director, used ideas from his childhood for his characters.

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Rodriguez had drawn a picture of men with thumbs for heads, arms, and legs as a child. The thumb people made an appearance as the clumsy robots known as the Thums Thumbs.

2. Rodriguez’s family made appearances in special ways.

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As an homage to his family members, Rodriguez named the characters of Gregorio, Carmen, and Juni after them.

3. George Clooney wore pajama pants during his appearance

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Robert Rodriguez was the director behind the movie and had worked with Clooney before. He showed up as a one-man crew and shot the Clooney scene himself. The scene was shot from the waist up since Clooney was still wearing his pijama.

4. Selena Gomez made her debut in the franchise.

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The “Wolves” singer made her film debut as “Waterpark Girl” In the 3rd movie.

5. Gregorio Cortez was named after a thief.

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In real life, Gregorio Cortez is the name of a famous Texan thief from the early 90s.

6. IRL, Carla Gugino was too young to be an adult mom to her kids in the movie.

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In reality, Gugino is only  17 years older than Alexa PenaVega, who plays her oldest child Carmen.

7. Carla almost didn’t accept the role because of her age.

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At 29 years old during the time of filming, Carla felt she was too young to have kids that were 10 and 12 years old. But Rodriguez convinced her by sharing that his own mother had had him and all of his siblings by the time she was thirty. 

8. Production was super speedy.

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The movie was shot over a period of 10 weeks.

9. It held box office for almost as long.

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The movie stayed at number 1 for three straight whole weeks in the United States bod office charts.

10. Carla Gugino wasn’t even supposed to be here.

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Kelly Preston had been offered the role of Ingrid Cortez, but when she gave birth, Carla was offered the role. 

11. Which means the movie didn’t dodge blackface.

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Kelly Preston is white and Carla Gugino is Italian AKA not Latina.

12. Angie Harmon almost got the role of Ingrid.

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Harmon is also not Latina. She’s Greek and German/Irish. Makes you think someone was determined to cast a white mother eh? Like where was Salma Hayek?? OR, a Brown casting director?

13. The kids helped pick Gugino as Ingrid.

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Rodriguez wanted to make sure the mother looked like the kids and Gugino’s dye job.

14. That’s not San Diablo.

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In the notorious arriel shot that’s not San Diablo it’s a view of Santiago de Chile! 

15. Rodriguez edited the movie in a “garage.”

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Rodriguez’s garage is really an elaborate editing studio in his home.

16. Daryl Sabara and Alexa Vega own this film

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They’re the only actors to appear in all four films of the franchise.

17. Carmen has such a Latina tame.

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According to the credits and a scene where she uses it as a password Carmen Elizabeth Juanita Costa-Brava Cortez.

18. The location has a fun oxymoron.

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San Diablo is a Spanish oxymoron meaning Holy Devil or Sainted Devil.

19. The initials of the Organization of Super Spies is copy pasted.

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The Organization of Super Spies or O.S.S. has the exact same initials as the Office of Strategic Services,. That’s the version of the WWII-era C.I.A.

20. Rodriguez has a trademark and a thing for knives.

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Rodriguez’s film’s featuring Danny Trejo usually have his characters named after a knife. In Spy Kids he plays Isador “Machete” Cortez.


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