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November 4, 2011

Puss in Boots Answers YOUR Questions

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Pussinboots2 If you have seen the Puss in Boots movie (rated PG) then you know that Puss can be a bad kitty, but we forgive him because he visited the STACKS to answer YOUR questions. Read on to find out about his boots, his favorite dance move, and working with Shrek.

Do you know who your real parents are?
Puss: Sadly, we were separated shortly after my birth, but rumor has it that my father was a hurricane and my mother a volcano. . .it makes sense to me.

Would you rather be called “adorable” or “enormously fluffy?”
Puss: I would prefer a new term. . . “adora-normous-fluff-able!!!”

What is the worst thing someone called you?
Puss: Dog.

Who is your worst enemy?
Puss: Puss in Boots has no enemies! But I do not care much for bath tubs.

Since you’re a criminal, what is one place you’ve always wanted to rob?
Puss: First of all, I am no criminal. . . I just like to borrow things sometimes, and have a tendency to never give them back.

What is your favorite food/drink BESIDES warm milk?
Puss: There is nothing like a warm bowl of Friskies on a cold rainy day.

How much whole milk can you drink?
Puss: How many cows roam the earth?

Do you like ice cream?
Puss: I like the cream. . . ice, not so much.

Do you have a favorite dance move?
Puss: A little jig I like to call. . .”The Forbidden Gato!”

What size are your boots? And what’s your favorite type of boot? Cowboy boots? Rain boots?
Puss: My favorite type of boot is located on my little feets at all times. They are comfortable for any occasion. And the size is purrrrrfect.

Do like the song, “These Boots Are Made for Walking?”
Puss: Do I like it? I live it!!

How does it feel to star in a movie about you? Is it better than working with Shrek?
Puss: The green ogre will always be my great friend, but I must admit a close-up on me is much more flattering, baby.

What was your reaction when you heard you were starring in a movie about yourself?
Puss: Meow?

Who do you like better, Shrek or Donkey?
Puss: I know whose bread needs buttering. . . give me the ogre, baby!

How did Shrek and Donkey mess up during filming? Were there any funny bloopers?
Puss: The burro is constantly falling down and forgetting his lines, and the Shrek is always burping and farting. Both of them incredibly unprofessional, but quite funny.

Puss, you’re amazing! But why are you so epic? Is it genetic?
Puss: What can I say? It is a Puss thing. . .

This entry is sponsored by DreamWorks Animation.

Image courtesy of DreamWorks Animation

November 1, 2011

SPONSORED POST: Arthur Christmas

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Axmas-blog-entry-130x130Merry (Arthur) Christmas! Did you ever wonder how Santa delivers all those presents in one night? Well, the new movie Arthur Christmas (rated PG) tackles the big question.

The answer: Santa has a sophisticated, high-tech computerized operation hidden beneath the North Pole! It is run by Santa’s oldest son, Steve, who is the heir to the Santa job one day. Santa’s younger son, Arthur, is sort of a misfit with a big heart. Then there’s a dedicated and loving Mrs. Claus, and Santa’s cranky 136-year-old father, Grand Santa, who hates the modern world and grumbles that Christmas was better “when I was Santa.”

One Christmas, when the high-tech Christmas present delivery goes wrong and one child is skipped, Arthur decides to take matters into his own hands. He goes on an unauthorized Christmas mission to get that child her present before Christmas morning. What could go wrong?

What do you guys think? Are you ready for the holidays? Will you be hitting the theaters for Arthur Christmas? Let us know in the Comments below!

This entry is sponsored by Sony Pictures Animation.

Image and video courtesy of Sony Pictures Animation

November 1, 2011

SPONSORED POST: Nintendo Kirby’s Return to Dreamland

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Kirby_Tout_130x130Remember Kirby™, the tough pink puff made popular by Nintendo? Well now he’s back in a new game for the Wii™ system! If you were a fan of old-school Kirby, there’s plenty of his cute butt-kicking charm in this latest game.

When a spaceship crashes into the otherwise peaceful planet of Popstar, its pieces are scattered. Players have to help Kirby retrieve the ship’s parts to help an alien return to his home planet.

Up to four people can play the game together as Kirby, Meta Knight, King Dedede or Waddle Dee. (Additional accessories required. Sold separately.) Kirby has his famous Copy Abilities and new Super Abilities. He basically inhales an enemy and gains their abilities. . . but amplified! He has Ultra Sword, Monster Flame, Flare Beam, Grand Hammer and Snow Bowl Super Abilities. They’re pretty cool and involve things like summoning giant fire monsters and collecting snow to turn into an oversized snowball and plow over enemies.


This entry is sponsored by Nintendo of America.

October 7, 2011


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Pussinboots2 Remember Puss in Boots from the Shrek movies? Well he’s back in his very own movie this time. Swords will cross and hearts will be broken. . . It’s a swashbuckling ride through Puss’s early years growing up in an orphanage, and then teaming with criminal mastermind Humpty Dumpty and the street-savvy Kitty to steal the famed Goose that lays the Golden Eggs.

To celebrate his first starring role, Puss in Boots, the bad kitty himself, will be here to answer YOUR questions. Leave your questions in the Comments and come back on October 28 to see if your question gets answered!

UPDATE: Sorry it took so long. Puss is very busy now that he is the star of his own movie. We now have his answers.

This entry is sponsored by DreamWorks Animation.

Images and video courtesy of DreamWorks Animation

September 15, 2011



This blog post is sponsored by Dolphin Tale.

The Dolphin Tale movie (rated PG) about the dolphin named Winter with a prosthetic tail, comes out in theaters on September 23. To prepare you for the movie, Abby Stone, Winter’s actual trainer from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium (CMA), has answered some of YOUR questions. Read on to find out more about Winter, the amazing dolphin with a fake tail, and what the life of a dolphin trainer is like.

Q: How did Winter feel about the tail and what was her reaction?

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August 8, 2011

SPONSORED POST Interview a Dolphin Trainer!

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Dolphin_130x130_sponsoredThis blog post is sponsored by Dolphin Tale.

True story: a dolphin named Winter got its tail caught in a crab trap. It survived but had to have its tail amputated. How can a dolphin swim without a tail? It can’t. . . BUT it got a prosthetic tail and now Winter can swim fine! You can read about the story in a book called Winter’s Tail, and coming in September, you can see the movie based on the story called Dolphin Tale.

If you love dolphins, we have a special surprise for you at the end of this blog post but first, here is Nathan Gamble, the 13-year-old star of the movie to talk about what it was like to make the movie.

Q: Tell me about your character in Dolphin Tale.

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April 4, 2011

SPONSORED POST: Born to be Wild

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Born to be WildThis blog post is sponsored byIMAX Born to be Wild 3D.

An amazing wildlife adventure is coming to IMAX theaters on April 8. Born to be Wild 3D tells the story of two women working in Africa and Asia to save orphaned animals. When the movie writer/producer Drew Fellman learned about Dr.Galdikas who was rescuing baby orangutans, and Dame Daphne who was rescuing baby elephants, he instantly knew that their remarkable stories would make an incredible film. “They are heroes of the earth in the truest sense,” he states.

Watch the movie trailer, and read on to learn more about these incredible Earth heroes!

Dr. Galdikas and Dame Daphne both stress that you cannot save the animals without saving their physical environment. “Orangutans are on the verge of extinction as their habitat is disrupted by poaching, illegal logging, and palm oil plantations whose by-product, vegetable oil, is sold in myriad products like junk food, soap, cosmetics and some bio-fuels around the world,” Dr. Galdikas points out.

Elephants have been equally targeted by ivory poachers. Dame Daphne emphasizes, “The pressure on the African wildlife population has been an ongoing situation for 100 years. Unfortunately the elephant, although highly intelligent, has been viewed merely as a resource to be mined. We’re consuming everything on the planet and if we’re not extremely careful, there will be no room for any other life forms here. And as soon as that happens, there will be no more us.”

Fellman concludes, “Both women have been huge inspirations to me personally. They are living proof that each one of us can make a difference. And I certainly hope people leave the theatre with the conclusion that they can do something, too.”

Images and quotes courtesy of Warner Bros.

March 31, 2011

SPONSORED POST: Disneynature African Cats

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African Cats This blog is sponsored by the new Disneynature film, African Cats.

Opening in Theaters on Earth Day, April 22, 2011

LionWhat are you doing to celebrate Earth Day on April 22? Every year, this day serves as a great reminder to take care of the environment around us, especially the creatures that rely on our planet’s resources. Case in point: the lions and cheetahs that are part of the ecosystem known as the African savanna. This Earth Day the new Disneynature film African Cats takes viewers on a journey to learn how these remarkable animals navigate their unique habitat, as well as about the important role they play in their ecosystem.

Chronicling a true story, African Cats captures the real-life love, humor, and determination of these majestic rulers of the savanna. You’ll meet Mara, an endearing lion cub who strives to grow up with her mother’s strength, spirit, and wisdom; Sita, a fearless cheetah and single mother of five mischievous newborns; and Fang, the proud leader of the pride who must defend his family from a rival lion and his sons.

Let us know your Comments: Why is it important to protect ecosystems such as the African savanna? What are you doing to celebrate Earth Day this year?

November 19, 2010


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Tangled This blog post is sponsored by Disney’s Tangled.

When the kingdom’s most wanted, and most charming, bandit Flynn Rider hides out in a mysterious tower, he’s taken hostage by Rapunzel, a beautiful and feisty tower-bound teen with 70 feet of magical, golden hair. Flynn’s curious captor, who’s looking for her ticket out of the tower where she’s been locked away for years, strikes a deal with the handsome thief and the unlikely duo sets off on an action-packed escapade, complete with a super-cop horse, an over-protective chameleon and a gruff gang of thugs. Tangled (rated PG) hits theaters on Nov. 24, 2010.

Here are Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi, the actors who provide the voices of Rapunzel and Flynn, to tell us more about the movie. . .

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November 18, 2010


Posted by at 9:44 am in Games, SPONSORED | Permalink

PokemonGuardian_Signs This blog post is sponsored by Pokémon™ Ranger: Guardian Signs.

Your Official Tour of Pokémon™ Ranger: Guardian Signs

Get a feel for the region you’ll be protecting in Pokémon™ Ranger: Guardian Signs, the third installment of this distinctive and exciting action-adventure series that positions you in the center of the story. This time around, you’re always traveling in good company—Ukulele Pichu will pitch in with its electrifying “Pichu’s Assist,” and four players can now connect via Nintendo DS Local Wireless Connection to go on Wireless Multiplayer Missions. As a Pokémon™ Ranger, it’s up to you to work with Pokémon™ to stop the nefarious plans of the Pokémon™ Pinchers!

Have a look at these FIVE colorful screenshots from Pokémon™ Ranger: Guardian Signs for a head start on what you’re UP AGAINST.

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