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That faint noise you hear is the sound of pint-sized spooks, banshees, and vampires gathering on your lawn. They will soon be knocking at the door plastic pumpkins outstretched. Spare yourself the tricks and go ahead and give up the treats - the unhealthy, sweet, nougat-filled goodies in your cupboard.
In a universe that leaned heavily toward Collin Dean’s favor, the 9-year-old would ask two simple questions before accepting a role on a TV show or film: How much does it pay and what kind of food is offered?
Gilbert resident Collin Dean voices the character Greg, pictured left, on the Cartoon Network miniseries "Over the Garden Wall," which premieres in November. [Courtesy Cartoon Network]
Gilbert resident Collin Dean voices the character Greg, pictured with a pot on his head, on the Cartoon Network miniseries "Over the Garden Wall," which premieres in November. [Courtesy Cartoon Network]
Gilbert resident Collin Dean has lent his voice to shows and films like "Adventure Time," "Hotel Transylvania" and the soon-to-premiere "Over the Garden Wall." "Over the Garden Wall," which also stars Elijah Wood and Melanie Lynskey, will premiere on Cartoon Network next month. [Courtesy Robin Dean]
Eleven years ago, screenwriter Margaret Nagle began a script about the Lost Boys of Sudan — the colloquial term used to describe the more than 20,000 Sudanese boys who were left homeless or orphaned as a result of the Second Sudanese Civil War.
A Chandler man was arrested Thursday morning on suspicion of possessing child pornography, according to the Phoenix Police Department.
I am sometimes suspicious of how we employ our faith. Don’t get me wrong, faith is important to me, and I have given my life to it. But sometimes I treat my faith like it is a medicine cabinet or a pharmaceutical, going to it only when something is wrong, or if I am looking for a quick remedy.
The community of Corona Del Sol High School is stepping up to help with a beloved classmate's fight with leukemia and his family's mounting medical bills.
It’s hard to think of many actors from the past few decades who were one of a kind, but Robin Williams was truly a performing force unlike anything that’s ever existed. No one will ever be able to fill his now sadly empty shoes. The fact that his life was taken in such a lonely, horrific fashion after a long struggle with depression only makes this loss more tragic. For now, however, let’s focus on how Williams lived as apposed to how he died. What a life he lived and what an unparalleled career full of laughs, inspiration, and flubber he’s left behind. In honor of this great talent, here are my five personal choices for his best performances in film.
The individual elements of this article are sad onions. It’s about a kiddo, still just 6 years old, who has spent most of his life undergoing cancer treatments and receiving his wish from Make-A-Wish Arizona. His vision is irreparably damaged, as he lost one eye due to the treatment.
When it’s time to start stocking the school backpack, it’s easy to just grab a stack of plain, boring notebooks.
WASHINGTON — The popular ACT college admissions exam is broadening how it reports students' scores.
Seth MacFarlane is one talented guy. Sure, a lot of people have written him off for his “lowbrow” and “tasteless” sense of humor. But few modern performers have mastered such “lowbrow” comedy through everything from animation to feature film to songwriting to live performances. The one thing MacFarlane has yet to do is get in front of the camera and star in a movie. We all know that he’s a gifted voice-over actor, as seen in “Family Guy,” “Ted,” and “Hellboy II: The Golden Army” (yeah, he played the guy in the containment suite believe it or not). Does voice-over acting transfer well to screen acting, though? In MacFarlane’s case, it does.
Imagine it is Saturday morning. All the cartoon shows are over and now it’s adventure time on the ‘ol tube, featuring a classic sci-fi alien or giant monster flick, where radiation has run amok, creating creatures that are dead set on destroying (or at least squashing) the human race. Now flash-forward forty or fifty years and technology has finally caught up with the human imagination, and you get to see that fun old-school movie re-envisioned with realistic looking monsters and special effects. And there you have the 2014 version of Godzilla, a goofy, nostalgic and flat out fun update to the “King of Monsters” mythos.
Families will soon be rocking out at Tempe Center for the Arts as Childsplay brings the hit 1970s and ‘80s cartoon series “Schoolhouse Rock” to life on stage.
Wimpy’s Paradise opened its doors Feb. 14 in downtown Chandler, providing another dining option for visitors to the downtown area.
Editor's note: This giveaway has closed. Congratulations to Lori S. of Phoenix; she's going to see the show! Look for Lori's favorite Schoolhouse Rock lesson in the April 17 print edition of GetOut, free on racks in Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert and Tempe.
Dozens of passersby stepped in to help a man after his vehicle rolled over on the freeway.
Authorities say the body of an 11-year-old boy who went missing Saturday morning has been found in a Mesa canal.