10 Actors Who’d Be Perfect for Future Disney Live-Action Remakes

Everyone’s buzzing about the live-action “Beauty and the Beast” remake. But, while critics debate whether it measures up to the original or not, many have already begun speculating which Disney classic will get the live-action treatment next. Future producers and executives, here are some names for your consideration:

Octavia Spencer as Merryweather from “Sleeping Beauty”

Merryweather’s both strong-willed and adorable, much like Spencer herself!

Jacob Tremblay as Christopher Robin from “Winnie the Pooh”

Tremblay’s got the boyish charm necessary to make Christopher Robin more nuanced than ever before.

Emma Stone as Jessie from “Toy Story 2”

From her innate sense of humor, to her expressive eyes, Stone could bring the crazy cowgirl to life without flaw.


Find out who else made the cut here!


Super Self-Indulgent SAG Awards Fashion Face-off

When I was a child, award show red carpet report cards were not immediately accessible. We usually had to wait for Mary Hart’s analysis on Entertainment Tonight the following evening, or People Magazine‘s rundown in their next issue. Though some of today’s overly-privelged younglings may consider us deprived, we were not able to assess Meryl Streep’s attire before the ceremony even ended. So, like Mary Hart, join me in examining last night’s standouts and missteps tonight! 


Just by looking at these lovely ladies side-by-side, we can automatically tell which one was nominated and which one was simply there to support her friend. Viola Davis looks like an absolute goddess, and rightfully so. I may not have seen any of the other Best Actress nominees’ performances, but I can say without a doubt that she deserved to win! As for Busy Philipps… well, it was nice of her to dress down so as not to upstage her best gal pal, Michelle Williams? Yes, we’ll go with that.

In a refreshing twist of fate, the men of Hollywood finally seem to have alternatives to the typically drab tuxedo. Christopher Plummer always looks distinguished, but this ensemble really makes you wonder if his Wikipedia page is accurate. (What a delightfully handsome 82-year-old!) But poor Alan Cumming looks like he took a nap in his awkwardly wrinkled, shedding snakeskin of a suit.


Poor Lea Michele! Her red carpet track record has taken a nosedive over the past season, and last night’s attempt to regain her steady footing failed once again. Instead of true class, she’s decided to go the dramatic route (and that route just happens to lead to her lady parts…). Perhaps, in her desperation to reclaim stardom, she slit her dress in a Hulk-like rage at the last minute. But I highly doubt that.

Shailene Woodley, known best for her incessant run as Amy Juergens on ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager, looks just as childish as her teen mom alter ego. Jezebel put it best when they likened the dress pattern to a pair of Billabong shorts. Maybe that’s why most PacSun locations are dropping like flies.


Browsing through numerous Best/Worst-Dressed lists, I happened to notice two predictable staples: Angelina Jolie and Sofia Vergara. Unfortunately, Jolie looks like she’s merely draped in a strategically placed garbage bag.

Vergara looks pleasant, but appears to be wearing another gown that hoists her breasts up just high enough to keep men all over the country on the edge of their seats. Will there be a wardrobe malfunction this time? Heck no! Modern Family‘s success ensures that she can afford the super sticky garment tape, of course.


Who’s that girl right there in the black? Emma Stone? Enough said.

But, as far as cutest/best-dressed couple of the night (and ever) goes, Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick take the cake! Those two could come to every award show wearing his-and-hers Forever Lazy footed pajamas and the love radiating from their smiles would still make them the most stylish duo in the room.