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The Intriguing Premise Behind Disney's Magical New Pixar Film, Soul

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Disney and Pixar can't stop, won't stop pumping out movies. Not long after the studio announced Onward, a fantasy flick about two teenage elf brothers (Chris Pratt and Tom Holland) who embark on a quest to save magic, we also learned of another film that will hit theaters in 2020: Soul.

On June 19, Walt Disney Studios' official Facebook page shared the title art for the film (above), as well as a brief and intriguing premise. "Ever wonder where your passion, your dreams and your interests come from? What is it that makes you . . .You? One year from today, Pixar Animation Studios will take you on a journey from the streets of New York City to the cosmic realms to discover the answers to life's most important questions," the image is captioned. "Disney & Pixar's Soul arrives in theaters on June 19, 2020." Flash forward to November, and we have a bunch more specifics
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Demi Moore 'Has Done a Great Job of Recovery': She Wants to 'Be There for Her Girls’

Demi Moore 'Has Done a Great Job of Recovery': She Wants to 'Be There for Her Girls’
In her new memoir, Inside Out, Demi Moore, 57, opens up about her addiction struggles and how it affected her daughters with ex-husband Bruce Willis — Rumer, 31, Scout, 28 and Tallulah, 25.

Moore writes that after more than two decades of being sober, she relapsed into alcohol and drug abuse during her marriage with Ashton Kutcher, 41. The couple were married from 2005 to 2013.

“There were ups and downs and days nobody thought things could ever be right again,” a source tells People in this week’s issue.

For more on Demi More, pick up this week’s issue of People, on stands Friday.

As she spiraled further,
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‘Toy Story 4’ Director Josh Cooley On Playing With Rules Of Beloved Franchise’s World & Giving Woody The Perfect Send-Off

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‘Toy Story 4’ Director Josh Cooley On Playing With Rules Of Beloved Franchise’s World & Giving Woody The Perfect Send-Off
With Toy Story 4, which marked his feature directorial debut, Josh Cooley faced a high-pressure situation, looking to create an excitingly fresh animated film that would do justice to the legacy of an iconic franchise, while conjuring up the perfect send-off for Woody, one of the most beloved characters in Pixar’s history.

Picking up with the loyal cowboy rag doll, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the group of toys first introduced to the world in 1995, Toy Story 4 sees the gang head out on a road trip with toddler Bonnie. Coming across Forky—a toy of Bonnie’s own creation, that the gang must protect at all costs—Woody’s adventures result in an unexpected reunion with his long-lost friend Bo Peep, and the cowboy must decide what kind of future he wants for himself, with owner Andy long absent from his life.

Coming to the project, excited
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Hear How Spoon’s ‘Inside Out’ Evolved From Stark Piano Ballad Into Lush Vibe-Out

Hear How Spoon’s ‘Inside Out’ Evolved From Stark Piano Ballad Into Lush Vibe-Out
A newly released demo of Spoon’s “Inside Out” points to the band’s earlier era — and shows the evolution of the track. In this simpler form, it sounds closer to Spoon’s more straightforward music on their breakthrough records, Girls Can Tell or Kill the Moonlight.

Britt Daniels plays the piano on the demo, crooning the lyrics with a little bit of grit in his voice. The whole thing lasts less than two minutes, as opposed to the album track, which was one of the longest on the record.
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12 Greatest Pixar Films Ranked from Worst to Best

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Pixar keeps on doing it! Their 19th feature film, “Coco,” has already joined our photo gallery of the Top 12 greatest Pixar films of all time (tour the gallery above).

Just reeling off the best of Pixar — three “Toy Story” movies, “Finding Nemo” and “Finding Dory,” “Inside Out,” “The Incredibles,” “Up,” “Wall-e”… these titles are among the best animated features (even movies in general) of the last two decades. When asked to rank them, I balked — Pixar films hit at your heart and soul, so the choice of what’s best is so incredibly personal. There are a few Pixar films that are simply good, but by and large, the company has a hugely impressive track record. So please call this a ranking of my personal 12 best, which I thought that I had down cold. Then came the acclaimed “Coco,” set completely in Mexico and starring the voices of Gael Garcia Bernal and Benjamin Bratt.
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Disney Releases Upbeat Trailer for New Pixar Movie Soul Starring Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey

Disney-Pixar just debuted the first trailer for their upcoming animated film Soul with an existential question for viewers: “What do you want to be remembered for?”

The trailer introduces the world to Joe Gardner, a middle school band teacher and aspiring jazz musician voiced by Jamie Foxx, who finally gets a big break with a chance to perform at a popular jazz club.

However, things take an unexpected turn when Joe seemingly dies before he can make his dream performance, and he finds himself transported to the “You Seminar” — a place where souls come to reset before returning to a new human body.
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Pixar’s ‘Soul’ Teaser Sends Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey on Existential Journey (Video)

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Pixar has explored mortality in films like “Toy Story 4” and the afterlife in “Coco,” but their latest film “Soul” is an existential journey about what our spirits would do if they were separated from our bodies.

The first teaser trailer for “Soul” features Jamie Foxx as an aspiring jazz musician in New York City who suffers an accident and finds his soul drifting through an ethereal plane, asking the big questions in life.

“So what do you want to be remembered for,” Foxx’s little blue ball of a soul asks another voiced by Tina Fey. “Probably for … doing this funny cowboy dance?”

Pete Docter, the director of “Up,” “Monster’s Inc.,” and “Inside Out,” directs Pixar’s “Soul,” the second film intended to be released by the animation studio in 2020, with “Onward” arriving in March of next year. Phylicia Rashad, Ahmir Questlove Thompson and Daveed Diggs also provide voices for the film.
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First Teaser Trailer for Pixar's 'Soul' Movie From Director Pete Docter

"What would you want to be known for on Earth? Don't waste your time on all the junk of life...!" Disney has unveiled the first teaser trailer for Pixar's Soul, their other original animated movie coming up next year following Onward. Soul opens later in the summer 2020 after Onward hits theaters in the spring. Soul is director Pete Docter's follow-up to Inside Out, this time personifying the "soul" inside of all of us. Docter says he was inspired by the day his son was born, noticing that he already had a personality. "It was pretty clear that we’re all born with a very unique, specific sense of who we are." Soul is about a jazz musician who has lost his passion for music is transported out of his body and must find his way back with the help of an infant soul learning about herself. With the
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Pixar’s ‘Soul’ Debuts First Trailer With Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey

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Pixar’s ‘Soul’ Debuts First Trailer With Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey
What do you want to be remembered for?

That’s the central question in “Soul,” Disney and Pixar’s upcoming existential animated adventure about a middle school music teacher (voiced by Jamie Foxx) who dreams of being a jazz performer.

“We only have a short time on this planet,” Foxx’s character Joe Gardner says in the new trailer released Thursday. “You want to become the person you were born to be. Don’t waste your time on all the junk of life. Spend your precious hours doing what will bring out the real you, the brilliant passionate you that’s willing to contribute something meaningful to this world.”

But before Joe gets his big musical break, he gets in an accident that causes his soul to be separated from his body. He is transported to the “You Seminar,” an ethereal center where souls are refined before being sent off to human bodies.
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First Trailer for Pixar’s ‘Soul’ Poses Existential Questions

Following the seemingly Disney-mandated fourth outing of Toy Story, Pixar is getting back to original films next summer with Soul. Directed by Pete Docter and Kemp Powers, the story follows Joe Gardner, a middle-school band teacher whose true passion is playing jazz. If one thought Pixar may be taking a more realistic approach with this adventure, you would be mistaken as we end up peering inside Gardner in a fantastical, Inside Out-esque way, as the first teaser trailer hints.

“I think Joe is having that crisis that all artists have,” says Kemp Powers. “He’s increasingly feeling like his lifelong dream of being a jazz musician is not going to pan out and he’s asking himself ‘Why am I here? What am I meant to be doing?’ Joe personifies those questions.”

“It started with my son—he’s 23 now—but the instant he was born, he already had a personality,
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‘Soul’ First Trailer: Pixar’s Pete Docter Falls Down an Existential Manhole

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The first teaser trailer for Pixar’s “Soul” dropped Thursday. The latest movie from Pixar chief creative officer Pete Docter promises to be a bold companion piece to his Oscar-winning “Inside Out,” traveling from the adolescent mind to the adult soul. Middle-school music teacher Joe Gardner (Jamie Foxx) dreams of becoming a jazz pianist for a band, and, after landing his first gig, he excitedly walks on down a retro-looking New York street and falls into a manhole to another world, where he encounters 22 (Tina Fey), a celestial teenage slacker from You Seminar, who helps him find his way back to Earth.

Docter has never shied away from confronting his own personal fears through his movies, and, in “Soul,” he tackles the self-absorbed artist in Gardner, who must learn to embrace a full range of experiences, wonders, and responsibilities through his cosmic journey with the nihilistic 22. The timing couldn’t be better,
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Ed Asner Celebrates 90th Birthday With Celebrity Roast

Ed Asner, seven-time Emmy-winning actor affectionately known as Lou Grant and Up’s Carl Fredricksen, is turning 90 years old and Hollywood came out to roast and celebrate this special milestone.

Ed Asner and Mark Hamill

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Highly acclaimed artists Mark Hamill (Star Wars franchise), Cloris Leachman, Brad Garret, Ed Begley Jr., Rob Schneider and Richard Kind were among those who roasted the legendary actor at the Ed Asner 90th Birthday Party on November 3, 2019 at The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The evening, hosted by Tom Bergeron, benefitted the new Ed Asner Family Center, dedicated to fulfilling Asner’s passion and commitment to promoting mental health and enrichment programs to special needs children and their families. Over 400 entertainment executives, celebrities, industry influencers, autism advocates, community and civic leaders and philanthropists came together to celebrate.

Headlining the musical entertainment was a showcase by singer songwriter
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Demi Moore Claims Ashton Kutcher Once Told Her 'I Don’t Know If Alcoholism’s a Thing'

Demi Moore Claims Ashton Kutcher Once Told Her 'I Don’t Know If Alcoholism’s a Thing'
Demi Moore claims her ex-husband Ashton Kutcher questioned whether alcoholism was real or not.

The actress, 56, appeared on the Facebook Watch show Red Table Talk on Monday to speak about her struggles with addiction and her marriage to the actor, 41. The two were married in 2005 before their divorce in 2013.

“I opened that door to drinking after almost 20 years,” Moore told hosts Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris. “I ended up pregnant and then I lost the baby at almost six months. When I couldn’t get pregnant again, the guilt that I felt that is was clearly my fault was just enormous.
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New ‘Soul’ Image Shows the Danger of Being an Inattentive Pedestrian

Pixar has released a new image for its upcoming animated movie Soul. Directed by Pete Docter (Inside Out), the film follows Joe Gardner, a middle school band teacher and jazz aficionado who gets a big break to play at a high-class jazz club. The problem is, Joe apparently dies before he can get there and finds himself newly arrived in the “You Seminar.” The core of the story is that Joe’s soul will get an opportunity to commune with a multitude of other souls that are awaiting a chance at consciousness. Speaking to EW, Docter explained the challenges …
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'The Originals' Actress Summer Fontana, 'Agents of Shield's' Jack Fisher Join 'Ella Bella Bingo'

'The Originals' Actress Summer Fontana, 'Agents of Shield's' Jack Fisher Join 'Ella Bella Bingo'
Child actors Summer Fontana (The Originals, Dark Phoenix) and Jack Fisher (Agents of Shield) have joined the English voice cast of Ella Bella Bingo, a 3D animated feature from Norwegian directors Atle Solberg Blakseth and Frank Mosvold.

Fontana will lend her voice to the lead character, Ella Bella, who is best friends with Henry (Fisher). But everything changes when a new boy moves into the neighborhood.

Filling out the English voice cast are Benjamin Plessala (Big Little Lies), Tress MacNeille (Tiny Toon Adventures), Richard Kind (Inside Out), Fred Tatasciore (Family Guy) and Chris Sullivan (This is Us).

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Tallulah Willis Admits She Didn't Know 'Intimidating' Mother Demi Moore Very Well Until Recently

Tallulah Willis Admits She Didn't Know 'Intimidating' Mother Demi Moore Very Well Until Recently
Tallulah Willis is opening up about her relationship with her mother, Demi Moore.

The two were joined by Tallulah’s older sister, Rumer Willis, on Facebook’s Red Table Talk, hosted by Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Jones.

The group used Demi’s memoir, Inside Out, as a jumping-off point for conversation, which led to Tallulah revealing how her mom’s strength sometimes intimidated her.

“I felt like my mom made a choice to hold back certain things, like sharing about her past, and I think it always made me feel very far away from her,” Tallulah said
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Rumer Willis Admits She 'Couldn't Stand' Demi Moore's Desire to Have a Kid with Ashton Kutcher

Rumer Willis Admits She 'Couldn't Stand' Demi Moore's Desire to Have a Kid with Ashton Kutcher
Rumer Willis is speaking frankly about her mother Demi Moore‘s previous desire to have more children with ex-husband Ashton Kutcher.

On the latest episode of Facebook Watch’s Red Table Talk, Moore, 56, was accompanied by her two of her three daughters — Rumer, 31, and Tallulah, 25, (Scout, 28, doesn’t appear in the episode) who she shares with Bruce Willis — as they openly discuss the actress’s past, including how her marriage with Kutcher affected the family.

“So much of that time, especially with Ashton, I was so angry because I felt like something that was mine had been taken away,” Rumer said during the episode.
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How Demi Moore's Daughters Really Felt Amid Her Relationship With Ashton Kutcher

How Demi Moore's Daughters Really Felt Amid Her Relationship With Ashton Kutcher
Demi Moore's daughters Tallulah Willis and Rumer Willis are reflecting on the troubling days of their mom's relapse, amid her marriage to Ashton Kutcher. The Ghost actress started dating that the That '70s Show star in 2003, when her youngest daughter Tallulah was only 9 years old. For most of Demi's adult life, she had been sober, but as she recently revealed in her new memoir, Inside Out, she starting drinking again during her relationship with Ashton. Now, on a new episode of Red Table Talk, Demi's daughters are opening up about how the relationship, and Demi's relapse, impacted their lives. When asked why they went three years without speaking to their mom, Tallulah, now 25, shared with...
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Demi Moore Says Her 'Addiction' to Ashton Kutcher Was 'Devastating': 'It Took Me Away Emotionally'

Demi Moore Says Her 'Addiction' to Ashton Kutcher Was 'Devastating': 'It Took Me Away Emotionally'
Demi Moore is opening up about her struggles with ex-husband Ashton Kutcher and the effects their relationship had on her three daughters.

“The addiction and the co-dependency… like my addiction to Ashton — that was probably almost more devastating because it took me seriously away emotionally,” Moore, 56, said on Monday’s Red Table Talk on Facebook Watch.

Sitting down with hosts Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris, the actress and two of her three daughters: Rumer and Tallulah Willis, spoke about her spiral into addiction after almost 20 years of sobriety.

Tallulah, 25, spoke about the repercussions her mother’s addiction
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Rumer Willis Recalls Calling 9-1-1 When Mom Demi Moore Had A Seizure After Doing Drugs

Rumer Willis is opening up about a traumatic experience involving her mother, Demi Moore. Rumer, Demi and Demi’s youngest daughter, Tallulah, sat down together for an episode of Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook Watch series, “Red Table Talk”, airing on Monday. The trio discussed Demi’s revealing memoir, Inside Out, in which the 56-year-old actress candidly talks about an incident with
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