NorthJersey Published 3:11 p.m. UTC Jul 2, 2018 Some of the biggest blockbusters and beloved classics are coming to a park near you. On select nights across North Jersey, you can catch big superhero movies, like DC Comics' "Wonder Woman" or Marvel’s “Black Panther.” Classics like “Pinnochio,” “Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein” and “Big,” will be on outdoor big screens in places like Fort Lee and Ridgewood. And there will be many showings of the critically acclaimed “Coco,” the Pixar animation about a guitar-playing boy and his journey through the land of the dead. The film won 11 Annies and an Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film. There are 11 screenings of Coco throughout the summer and at least one showing in Bergen, Hudson, Morris and Passaic Counties. Here's a look at what movies are playing outside — along with when and where: Bergen County Fort Lee From June 30 through … [Read more...] about Where to watch movies outside in Bergen, Hudson, Morris, Passaic
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Smiley N. Pool : Houston Chronicle Drumline Therese already did a great job recapping the last day of Olympic mayhem (though I disagree about rhythmic gymnastics; it reminds me of the old courtesan culture and, honestly, just makes me uncomfortable), but I wanted to pop in and toss around some ideas as to why this Olympic games was the most-watched television event in history. Pop in after the jump for eight theories on why the 2008 games captivated our attention, and leave your thoughts in the comments. 1. Tough times: So the economy’s not so great. Gas prices are high. The presidential race is getting ugly. There’s a lot of downers out there. The Olympics are so unbearably positive, with those triumphs over adversity and root-root-rooting for our athletes that it gives us a little brightness in an otherwise bleak existence. 2. Michael Phelps: OK, so this is really a two-parter. Obviously lots of folks wanted to see Michael Phelps win and break a lot of records. Of … [Read more...] about Olympics: Why did you watch?
GARY Oldman is a British actor who has appeared on stage, film and television - and is probably best known for his roles as Sirius Black in the Harry Potter series and for playing James Gordon in The Dark Knight Trilogy. But, what else do we know about the Oscar 2018 winner... and who is he married to? Let's take a look at Gary's vital statistics as he wins global acclaim for his performance as Winston Churchill in The Darkest Hour... Who is Gary Oldman? Gary Leonard Oldman was born in New Cross, London, on 21 March 1958 - that makes him 59. He kicked off his acting career on the stage back in 1979, and gained his first starring film role in the 1983 film Meantime. Oldman has been married five times. He was married to Lesley Manville from 1987 to 1990; to Uma Thurman from 1990 to 1992; to Donya Fiorentino from 1997 to 2001; and to Alexandra Edenborough from 2008 to 2015. He married his current wife, Gisele Schmidt, in 2017. Gary's sister is Laila Morse, who played Mo Harris in … [Read more...] about All you need to know about Golden Globe winner and Oscar nominee Gary Oldman
Waukesha JanBoree: Bring the family to enjoy more than 35 events throughout Waukesha all weekend long, most of which are free. There are games of disc golf, hockey, bocce, ComedySportz, trivia and lots more.janboree.org for more information. SIGN UP: Receive the MetroParent newsletter in your email every Tuesday and Thursday Winter Kids Film Series: "The LEGO Batman Movie": Marcus Theatres starts its kids film series this weekend, with $3 per ticket and only $2.75 for popcorn and soda.Hillside Cinema, 2950 Hillside Drive, DelafieldMajestic Cinema of Brookfield, 770 N. Springdale Rd., BrookfieldMenomonee Falls Cinema, W180 N9393 Premier Lane, Menomonee FallsNorth Shore Cinema, 11700 N. Port Washington Rd., MequonRenaissance Cinema, 10411 Washington Ave., SturtevantThe Ridge Cinema, 5200 S. Moorland Rd., New BerlinSouth Shore Cinema, 7261 S. 13th St., Oak Creek10 a.m.marcustheatres.com RELATED: 'LEGO Batman' and 'Despicable Me 3' are among the $3 kids movies at Marcus … [Read more...] about Weekend guide: Free days for members at 6 Milwaukee museums, first $3 kids movie at Marcus
Oh boy! It’s time to dig up all of your favorite Disney memories. Do you have that once-in-a-lifetime photo in front of Cinderella’s castle? Is there a Mickey Mouse watch you insist on wearing to work? Well gawrsh! Let the quest for the ultimate Mouseketeer begin! Disney fans of all ages can now try out the Disney “Never Have I Ever” game posted on the Disney Dorks Facebook page. In this game, you don’t actually want any points. Instead, you score one point for everything you’ve never done. Savvy? Check out the list of 50 Disney-related trips, adventures or experiences below. Much of what you see does require a trip to some sort of Disney park: riding the “mountains” of Magic Kingdom, visiting Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room and staying until the park has closed! Haven’t been to a Disney park? Hakuna Matata! There are so many ways to prove your Disney addiction beyond the vacations. For example, if you’ve ever … [Read more...] about Are You The Ultimate Disney Fan? Try The Disney Edition Of ‘Never Have I Ever’