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'Full House' Revival 'Fuller House' Begins Filming As Scott Weinger Confirms He'll Return As Steve Hale


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‘Fuller House’ the upcoming Netflix reboot of 90’s sitcom ‘Full House’ has officially begun production with the cast’s first table reading taking place on Thursday (July 16th). The 13 part series is expected to hit the streaming service next year, beginning with a special hour long reunion episode.

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Scleroderma Research Foundation's 2008 Cool Comedy - Hot Cuisine Event held at the Beverly Wilshire-Four Season's Hotel

Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron, Lori Loughlin, Scott Weinger and Bob Saget - Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron, Lori Loughlin, Scott Weinger and Bob Saget Beverly Hills, California USA - Scleroderma Research Foundation's 2008 Cool Comedy - Hot Cuisine Event held at the Beverly Wilshire-Four Season's Hotel Wednesday 16th April 2008

Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron, Lori Loughlin, Scott Weinger and Bob Saget

Aladdin Review


Extraordinary
Disney's version of Aladdin and his magic lamp is one of its best animated features -- or features, period -- with terrific songs and gorgeous colors, thrilling action sequences and big laughs. It doesn't have the classical emotional weight of Beauty and the Beast, which came out a year earlier, but it's one of the only Disney films to break out of that nebulous "family" genre and function as a genuine comedy/adventure.

What everyone remembers, comedically speaking, is Genie, a blue whirling dervish of impressions and wisecracks as vocalized by Robin Williams in 100 percent inspiration, negligible perspiration mode. But Aladdin also features what may be the only tolerable role for Gilbert Gottfried, period: Iago, the cranky parrot sidekick of evil villain Jafar. Even Aladdin and Jasmine, while essentially bland, have likeably cynical streaks (Jasmine is disgusted by the parade of handsome princes sent to woo her, as if she's just finished watching a Disney movie marathon). These characters would have significant goodwill flogged away by a TV series and the pair of direct-to-video follow-ups that bookend it, but on its own, Aladdin is a rollicking good time. And although the contribution of Williams is immeasurable, the Disney team rises to the occasion with some terrific, fast-paced gagwork and visual mastery.

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Aladdin Review


Extraordinary
Disney's version of Aladdin and his magic lamp is one of its best animated features -- or features, period -- with terrific songs and gorgeous colors, thrilling action sequences and big laughs. It doesn't have the classical emotional weight of Beauty and the Beast, which came out a year earlier, but it's one of the only Disney films to break out of that nebulous "family" genre and function as a genuine comedy/adventure.

What everyone remembers, comedically speaking, is Genie, a blue whirling dervish of impressions and wisecracks as vocalized by Robin Williams in 100 percent inspiration, negligible perspiration mode. But Aladdin also features what may be the only tolerable role for Gilbert Gottfried, period: Iago, the cranky parrot sidekick of evil villain Jafar. Even Aladdin and Jasmine, while essentially bland, have likeably cynical streaks (Jasmine is disgusted by the parade of handsome princes sent to woo her, as if she's just finished watching a Disney movie marathon). These characters would have significant goodwill flogged away by a TV series and the pair of direct-to-video follow-ups that bookend it, but on its own, Aladdin is a rollicking good time. And although the contribution of Williams is immeasurable, the Disney team rises to the occasion with some terrific, fast-paced gagwork and visual mastery.

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