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21 Years Ago He Starred In "James and the Giant Peach," But Is Life Still Peachy For Paul Terry?

It took casting directors more time than they'd probably like to admit to find the perfect boy to portray James Henry Trotter in Disney's live-action adaptation of Roald Dahl's "James and the Giant Peach."FandangoAfter a lengthy audition process, they chose 10-year-old Paul Terry from 500 child actors, to play the role of the English orphan who finds his way into a giant magical peach in an attempt to escape his horrible aunts, Sponge and Spiker. He meets a group of life-size insects, and they all embark on an adventure towards New York City.Terry's father, Mark, was the one

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A She-Ra Reboot Is Actually Happening, And 2018 Is Already Better

2017 is the year of Wonder Woman, but there's another female superhero who is going to be all the rage in 2018: She-Ra. She-Ra, the alter ego of Princess Adora of Eternia, was one of the most popular animated characters of the 80s. The iconic character first appeared on He-Man and the Masters of The Universe as Prince Adam's badass twin sister and sidekick who helped defend Castle Grayskull from the evil Skeletor. hermanworld.comShe was eventually given a spin-off, She-Ra: Princess of Power, which premiered in 1985. Although the show was on air for just one year, it garnered

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15 Shoes Every Girl Proudly Wore in The 90s, Even Though We Shouldn't Have

I don't have to remind you that we made very questionable fashion choices while growing up, but I will. I mean, have you actually thought about how much chunky and clunky footwear we wore throughout the 90s?  Anyway, now that our fashion faux-pas filled days are behind us, it's actually nice to look back and get nostalgic. Here are 15 shoes that every tween and teen girl wore back in the 90s: 1. Platform shoesCosmopolitanFor those of us who were old enough to wear heels, these Spice Girls-inspired platform shoes were all the rage, especially the rainbow colored ones.

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There Will Probably Never Be Another Live-Action Dr. Seuss Movie, and Honestly, We're Not Even Mad

Considering Dr. Seuss's books were among some of our childhood favorites, we were always excited whenever they announced a movie adaptation. In 2000, the first live-action film of one of Dr. Seuss's most famous works, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, made it onto the silver screen. The film, narrated by Anthony Hopkins, starred Jim Carrey and Jeffrey Tambour, and was an instant box office hit. It is the second-highest grossing holiday film of all time, and even won an Academy Award. Elite DailyNaturally, the success of the film inspired other filmmakers to try their hand at bringing another feature-length adaptation

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27 Scents Any 90s Kid Will Instantly Recognize

Growing up in the 90s, you weren't really fully dressed until you doused yourself in perfume. There was a scent for every occasion, whether it's a mist with fruity notes for school dances or a sultry floral blend for a first date. Here are 27 fragrances that will transport you right back to your younger days: 1. Calgon Take Me AwayPinterest2. Sunflowers by Elizabeth ArdenBeauty Insignia3. Versace Red Jeansebay4. Body Shop Vanilla Perfume OilPinterest5. Ralph by Ralph LaurenThe Gloss6. Curve by Liz ClaibornePerfume NZ7. The Spice Girls Impulse Body SprayPerfumes8. Calvin Klein CK Oneyourdiscountchemist.com.au9. Drakkar Noiramazon.com10. Clinique

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10 Facts About "A Christmas Story" That Won't Shoot Your Eye Out

In 1983, A Christmas Story dethroned A Wonderful Life and became a Christmas classic in its own right. The film revolves around nine-year-old Ralphie Parker, whose main concerns are to avoid getting beat up by a bully, and to get his hands on his dream Christmas present: a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200-Shot Range Model air rifle that is equipped with a compass and can tell time. Christmas DecoreThe film is a far cry from the typical sentimental and merry holiday movie, it gave us a satirical look at how real families handle the holidays through the eyes of a

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15 Foods That Were The Only Reason You Went To Birthday Parties

People just don't throw parties they way they used to back in the day. Growing up in the 90s, birthday parties were not just an opportunity to bring friends together in your home, at the bowling alley, or McDonald's, but it was the one of those occasions when you and your buddies could binge on all your favorite treats and drinks without being limited by your parents. Here are 15 wonderful munchies and beverages that made every party we attended in the 90s a hit:1. Pizza Bagel BitesWikipedia2. Barbie CakeRefinery293. Dino NuggetsImgur4. Smiley FriesMetro5. Capri SunBustle6. Pigs in a

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There's One Crucial Detail We All Definitely Missed While Watching "Love Actually"

Seeing that it only came out in 2003, some people may not consider Love Actually a classic, but fans who have never passed up an opportunity to watch the holiday romantic-comedy will attest to the fact that it is one of the best Christmas movies of the last decade and a bit. Although the movie has been watched countless times since it came out 13 years ago, people are still managing to catch tiny details that many of us have never noticed before. For instance, why is Sarah wearing a beanie at the wedding? Also why was Jamie (Colin Firth)

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We Finally Know Why So Many Disney Characters Wear Gloves, And It Makes A Lot Of Sense

After watching countless hours of animated Disney films and shows, there are a lot of little things that can no longer go unnoticed. We also start to ask a lot of questions about the plot lines and the characters, for instance, what would've happened if someone else fit into Cinderella's glass slipper? Also hy did Winnie the Pooh never wear pants? And why didn't Ariel write to Eric? She clearly had hands and she knew how to use a pen (she signed the contract Ursula gave her).The GrindstoneYou may have also noticed that many Disney characters wear gloves, from

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16 Fun Facts About 90s Teen Movies That Will Make You Say "As If"

These days, they just don't make teen movies like they used to back in the 90s. Yes, they were usually cheesy, and the characters made some questionable life and fashion choices, but they often had useful messages to convey, and gave us celebrities to crush on. Over the years, we have all re-watched these movies multiple times, and can quote a lot of the lines ( “Do you prefer fashion victim or ensembly challenged?” Anyone?). But no matter how many times you've seen a movie or Googled the cast, there are still some interesting, and at times wild, facts you still