Megan Fox finally made a statement about the people who criticize her voice acting performance. In an Instagram post, she said that people, grumpy trolls who don’t like her performance and hate her, can just simply perform fatalities on her. So she seems to be light-hearted about it.
Oh Belinda! is coming to Netflix. In “Oh Belinda,” the theory that all possibilities must be considered is explored. It suggests that we may be real in our reality, but fictional in another. It posits that an actor could portray us in a movie or a reader could read about us in a novel. The film delves into the idea that somewhere out there, we exist as fictional characters.
If you love cartoons, you’ll recognize Lori Alan’s voice. Over the course of the past 20 years, she’s done the voices of characters as diverse as Susan Storm on Fantastic Four, Diane Simmons on Family Guy and Pearl on SpongeBob SquarePants. Before she started a career in voice-over work, she was a live-action actress who made her debut on the original Law And Order, and has continued to be seen on camera to this day, with recent appearances on shows like Disney XD’s Mighty Med and Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn.
The death of Joan Rivers was both like and unlike Robin Williams’ death. Like Williams, she was a talent who was full of life and never seemed to stop working up until the end. Unlike Williams, who was also experiencing health issues, she didn’t die by her own hand. Despite that, though, the loss of Joan Rivers is also one that has had an impact on my pop cultural likes.
In the days when you could buy 80s movies on DVD individually from a store, as opposed to, at those same stores, multi-film packs that stripped the titles of extras, I bought quite a few titles from these displays. One of them was the 1984 comedy “Blame It On Rio”. I purchased it after having read about it in several books I owned, and the cast member who made the biggest impression on me was my next interview subject, Michelle Johnson.