April 16, 2024

AI Reimagines Your Favorite Disney Characters as Old Hollywood Stars

We've seen AI used to create many things, from new dog breeds to Barbies for every U.S. state, but BuzzFeed author Sarah Aspler completely charmed us with a new series of AI imagery. A self-professed “Disney nerd,” Aspler used her AI skills to transform beloved Disney and Pixar characters into something new. Specifically, she asked AI to generate images of iconic Disney princes, princesses, and villains in the style of Old Hollywood.

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March 22, 2024

Breathtaking Compilations of the Most Beautiful Shots in Movie History

Do you consider yourself a film fanatic? Put your cinematic knowledge to the test by exploring this carefully curated compilation of beautiful scenes in cinema. A compilation of “The Most Beautiful Shots In Movie History” was put together by The Solomon Society, an Ireland-based YouTube account. This two-part collection of iconic moments recalls resonant scenes that live in cinematic perpetuity.

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January 4, 2024

Actor Gary Sinise Reflects on How Playing Lieutenant Dan in ‘Forest Gump’ Changed His Life

Actors play numerous roles throughout their careers, but some parts resonate more than others. For Gary Sinise, it was the character of Lieutenant Dan from Forrest Gump that made a lasting impact. In the 1994 film, Lt. Dan loses both of his legs during the Vietnam War, but regains his will to live again with Forrest's help. Since 2011, Sinise has been helping veterans, first responders, and their families with the Gary Sinise Foundation.

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October 7, 2023

The True Story of José Hernández, the Latino Astronaut That Inspired the Movie “A Million Miles Away”

In 2009, astronaut José Hernández saw his dream come true—travel to space as a member of NASA's STS-128 mission. But his path was unlike that of most astronauts. Born to immigrant parents, he spent his early years picking produce in California. Unrelenting about his passion for the stars, Hernández was rejected by the space program 11 times before he was finally accepted.

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