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Lucasfilm releases "Phenomenon" trailer to promote March 1 return of 'The Mandalorian' on Disney+


On Wednesday, Lucasfilm released "Phenomenon," a sizzle reel of scenes and interview clips promoting its Emmy-winning, well, phenomenon known as The Mandalorian.

The celebration of the show features interview clips with creator Jon Favreau and fellow executive producer Dave Filoni, as well as snippets from its stars, including Pedro Pascal and Carl Weathers, who not only racked up a director credit on the show, but also plays Greef Karga on the series. "Everywhere I've gone, people want to talk about The Mandalorian," the Rocky veteran says.

Naturally, there's plenty of footage of the show's "breakout star," Baby Yoda aka Grogu.

The Mandalorian's third season comes to Disney+ March 1.

Lucasfilm, like ABC News, is a subsidiary of parent company Disney.

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Amazon greenlights a second season of Chris Pratt's action series 'The Terminal List' — and a prequel show, too

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Amazon Studios' hit The Terminal List is growing, times two. Variety reports that not only did the Chris Pratt-starring and producing vehicle get a second season from the streamer, Amazon has also given the go-ahead to a prequel series centering on Taylor Kitsch's character from the original.

Adapted from former Navy SEAL Jack Carr's novel of the same name, The Terminal List debuted July 1 and starred Pratt as James Reece, a SEAL who unravels a deadly conspiracy after his team of special operators is decimated in an ambush.

Kitsch played Ben Edwards, Reece's former battle buddy who helps him along thanks to his connections with his new employer, the CIA.

Variety says the Kitsch prequel series will follow his early years with the agency and will be produced by Terminal List vet David DiGilio, Pratt, Carr and Antoine Fuqua.

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Ahead of 'Fast X' trailer premiere, Universal Pictures hits reverse with a 'Fast and the Furious' "legacy" trailer

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It might be hard to fathom, but The Fast and the Furious made its pop culture debut way back in 2001. And to rev fans up about the release of the penultimate film in the franchise that has grossed billions of dollars, Universal is shifting into reverse.

The studio just dropped what it calls The Fast and the Furious - Legacy Trailer, a coming attraction to the movie that started it all.

So if you've forgotten that the franchise that saw its characters launching a car into space in Fast 9 actually started as a niche street racing film, with a heist of DVD players from a truck considered a major action set piece, now's your chance to look back at Vin Diesel, the late Paul Walker and the rest of the family in their first adventure.

The new/old trailer also teases, "In 9 days, the end of the road begins," referring to Fast X, the 10th of a planned 11-film series.

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Linda Ronstadt's "very glad" about her hit song's 'The Last of Us' boost, but won't see any money from it


After the HBO series The Last of Us used Linda Ronstadt's 1970 hit "Long, Long Time" in its third episode Sunday night, streams of the track jumped by 4,900%. While Ronstadt hasn't seen the episode, she's happy about the renewed interest in the song — even though she won't make any money from it.

That's because, as Billboard notes, "Long, Long Time" was written by Gary White and in 2021, Linda sold the rights to the royalties from her master recordings to legendary music manager Irving Azoff's Iconic Artists Group. Consequently, they'll get the money, not Linda.

"I still love the song and I’m very glad that Gary will get a windfall," she tells Billboard via email. In fact, she only found out that the song was in the episode when her manager told her, and he only knew about it because a friend told him about it. “I don’t follow social media or streaming services very closely,” Ronstadt notes.

Linda's manager, John Boylan, tells Billboard that she's not "unhappy" about missing out on the cash, noting that it'll help draw attention to the singer's upcoming projects, including a biopic. Linda doesn't perform anymore due to a brain disorder that resembles Parkinson's disease.

She tells Billboard that she first heard "Long, Long Time" in 1969, when White performed it for her after a show in New York City. "I immediately wanted to record it,” she says. “It wasn’t a country song, wasn’t a folk song, or a rock song, but I thought it was a really good song.”

In The Last of Us, the song is used several times, both the original and a version performed by the episode's characters. No spoilers, but let's just say you should have a box of Kleenex handy when you watch it.

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On Disney+ Wednesday: 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever'

One of the biggest hits of 2022, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, is now streaming on Disney+. The movie recently earned five Academy Award nominations, including a Best Actress honor for Angela Bassett, who became Marvel Studio's first actor to be nominated.

The cast and co-writer/director Ryan Coogler had to grapple with the loss of Chadwick Boseman, who, unbeknownst to them, was already ill with the cancer that would eventually take his life in 2020 when they made the original blockbuster.

Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o's character, Nakia, was the love interest to Boseman's T'Challa, but when we meet her in Wakanda Forever, she's made peace with her loss — and one of her reasons is revealed in an after-credits scene.

The actress says she was raw and "wanted to express it" after losing Boseman, the way Letitia Wright's Shuri does on-screen as T'Challa's grieving sister. But Lupita says she's eternally grateful to Coogler for letting her learn from her character. "As much as I was frustrated with Ryan that we're doing that with Nakia, actually playing her was very therapeutic for me, you know? Because I had to look beyond my frustrations with losing Chadwick and learn from her, learn from that wisdom that she seems to possess."

She expresses, "In the first film, Ryan described her as T'Challa's oasis, and that really, really resonated with me. And so when I was reading this script and thinking about where she is, I realized that what she was to T'Challa she now has the opportunity to offer Shuri."

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NBC's 'The Blacklist' to end with season 10

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James Spader's antihero Raymond Reddington is finally facing a challenge even he won't escape: NBC has announced The Blacklist will end with the upcoming 10th season.

The series has Spader playing the U.S. Naval Intelligence officer-turned criminal-turned FBI informant who helps the Feds hunt down the world's worst criminals in exchange for his freedom.

The 10th season debut will air on February 26 at 10 p.m. ET, with the hit series' landmark 200th episode slated for March 19. The network started its send-off with a teaser of the upcoming season. "There's an end waiting for all of us," Spader's fan favorite character appropriately says in the snippet.

In a statement, showrunner and executive producer John Eisendrath expressed, "After 10 years, hundreds of Blacklist cases and more than 200 episodes produced, we're honored to reach our conclusion."

He noted, "It's been incredibly fun to create the strange, devious and delightful Blacklisters to challenge Raymond Reddington and our FBI Task Force each week." He thanked the network, producers, writers and crew, adding, "We appreciate our dedicated fanbase who came along for this wonderful ride and are excited to share this final season with them."

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Studio backs embattled star Ezra Miller; James Gunn calls 'The Flash' one of the "greatest superhero movies" ever

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While James Gunn and Peter Safran made headlines with their reveal on Tuesday of their big- and small-screen plans for the DC Universe, one comment wasn't as widely covered: Warner Bros. Discovery's support of embattled actor Ezra Miller.

The fate of his forthcoming movie The Flash had been questioned by both fans and industry insiders following a string of arrests, including for assault and burglary. In August, Miller, who uses they/them pronouns, announced they were seeking treatment for "complex mental health issues" and wanted "to apologize to everyone that I have alarmed and upset with my past behavior."

On Tuesday, Variety quoted Gunn's DC Studios co-chair Safran as saying, "Ezra is completely committed to their recovery. And we are fully supportive of that journey that they're on right now."

He added, "When the time is right, when they feel like they're ready to have the discussion, we'll all figure out what the best path forward is. But right now, they are completely focused on their recovery. And in our conversations with them over the last couple of months, it feels like they're making enormous progress."

For his part, Gunn praised Miller's upcoming movie, which was directed by It's Andrés Muschietti and is expected to hit theaters June 16. "I will say here that Flash is probably one of the greatest superhero movies ever made," said the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise vet.

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Academy CEO says Andrea Riseborough’s best actress nomination will not be rescinded

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The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences CEO says that To Leslie star Andrea Riseborough's best actress Oscar nomination will not be rescinded after many questioned the way she earned the recognition.

In a statement from Academy CEO Bill Kramer addressing the controversy and the film's grassroots campaigning tactics, Kramer said, "The activity in question does not rise to the level that the film’s nomination should be rescinded."

Kramer did, however, say that the academy found "social media and outreach campaigning tactics that caused concern" and that the tactics "are being addressed with the responsible parties directly."

The nomination led many to question how the Michael Morris-directed film, about a single mom struggling to survive after she wins the lottery, had gone largely unmentioned by previous award shows and critics groups, yet still earned a best actress nod.

Leading up to her nomination, stars including Gwyneth Paltrow, Amy Adams and Minnie Driver expressed their support for Riseborough on social media or by hosting screenings of To Leslie to urge academy members to vote for her.

In one Instagram post from Paltrow, the Academy Award winner shared a photo of herself with Riseborough and Morris and called the little-seen film a masterpiece. She also added, "...Andrea should win every award there is and all the ones that haven't been invented yet."

The academy has a set of rules when it comes to campaigning for a film to ensure fairness. In a statement released Friday, it said it is conducting a review of the campaign procedures around this year's nominees, explaining "guidelines may be needed in a new era of social media and digital communication."

In his statement Tuesday, Kramer promised that "changes will be made after this awards cycle and will be shared with our membership."

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In Brief: 'Dr. Phil' ending; 'You People' scores for Netflix, and more

Variety reports Dr. Phil McGraw will be ending his long-running daytime talk show after 21 seasons. The 72-year-old TV psychologist -- who got his start as a regular guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show in the late 1990s, before launching his own series in the fall of 2002 -- made the decision to stop producing new episodes at the end of the current 2022-23 season. Distributor CBS Media Ventures hopes to keep the syndicated Dr. Phil on the air with a package of repeats through at least the 2023-24 season. Dr. Phil is averaging about two million viewers per episode, making it the highest-rated daytime talk show behind Disney's Live With Kelly and Ryan...

NBC has renewed La Brea for a third season, the network announced Tuesday, The early renewal came hours before the show returned for the second half of its sophomore season. The series centers on what ensues after "a massive sinkhole opens in the middle of Los Angeles, pulling hundreds of people and buildings into its depths." La Brea, starring Natalie Zea, Eoin Macken, Jon Seda, Nicholas Gonzalez, Chiké Okonkwo, Zyra Gorecki, Jack Martin, Veronica St. Clair, Rohan Mirchandaney, Lily Santiago, Josh McKenzie, Tonantzin Carmelo and Michelle Vergara Moore, airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET...

The Night of the Living Dead franchise is about to expand with a scripted podcast series, The Dead, consisting of 24 episodes featuring all new stories, according to Deadline. The Dead will be set in the same world as George A. Romero's original 1968 film about seven people trapped in a farmhouse in western Pennsylvania and are under assault from zombies. The classic horror film spawned five sequels and a number of spinoffs...

Netflix reports You People, the comedy directed by black-ish writer Kenya Barris and starring Jonah Hill and Eddie Murphy, became the streamer's #1 English-language movie during the Jan. 23-29 viewing window with 55.65 million hours viewed following its January 27 premiere. The movie follows a couple as they confront generational expectations and culture clashes amongst their families. The star-studded cast also includes Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Elliot Gould, Rhea Perlman, Molly Gordon and Andrea Savage...

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Tom Brady announces retirement -- again

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Tom Brady, the NFL quarterback great with seven Super Bowl victories, has announced his retirement -- again.

"When I woke up this morning I figured I'd just press record and let you guys know first," Brady said in a video on Twitter on Wednesday morning. "You only get one super emotional retirement essay, and I used mine up last year," referring to his quickly rescinded retirement announcement early in 2022.

Brady, 45, said his retirement this time is "for good." He made headlines last year when he announced his retirement in February, only to rescind his retirement 40 days later.

Brady then returned to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for what ended as a losing season, despite leading the Bucs to a Super Bowl win the year before -- his first year with the team after leaving the New England Patriots, with whom Brady spent 20 seasons, including six Super Bowl victories. His two subsequent seasons with the Buccaneers saw him earn a seventh Super Bowl championship.

Widely considered one of the greatest-ever NFL quarterbacks, if not the single greatest, Brady holds many individual NFL records, including being the only NFL player to be named Super Bowl MVP for two separate franchises, and the only quarterback to win a Super Bowl ring in three separate decades. He also currently holds the NFL record for most career passing yards, completions, and touchdown passes.

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'The Bachelor's' Katherine dishes on Tahzjuan's "chaotic" arrival

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(NOTE LANGUAGE) Following Monday's episode of The BachelorKatherine "Kat" Izzo, whose "Bad B**** Energy" earned her the Zach Shallcross' first group date rose, stopped by Becca Kufrin and Michelle Young's Bachelor Happy Hour podcast to discuss season 23 alum Tahzjuan Hawkins' "chaotic" attempt to join the competition, among other things.

The 26-year-old registered nurse from Tampa, Florida says she was mostly put off by Tahzjuan's approach to the situation, saying, "I was just like, 'This is not a good display of Bad B**** Energy, this is just kind of mean.'"

Zach ultimately sent Tahzjuan home, but had things gone the other way, Katherine shares, "It wouldn't adjust my view of who he is as a partner. I think [at] that point in the process it's so early, so if you feel something with her and she feels it vice-versa then go for it."

"At the end of the day, this is a show about finding our husband or wife and if you feel like you can have something with that [person], then I would say, 'Go for it,'" she continues. "Also I would want my partner to choose me over everything."

Meanwhile, Us Weekly reports Tahzjuan took to her Instagram Story to share a direct message she received that read, “You can’t find love because you’re a dumb**s bad b****! What you pulled tonight was ridiculous. Drop the bad bitch attitude and maybe, just maybe you’ll find love.”

“Don’t take life so serious babes!” the Bachelor in Paradise alum replied. “But I’m in Cabo with the love of my life so wish you well Susan.” In her caption, she added: “It’s not that serious ... cue the death threats.”

The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Hulu orders revival of 'King of the Hill'

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Hulu announced Tuesday that it's ordered a revival of the Emmy-winning animated show King of the Hill.

Creator Mike Judge, the voice of beleaguered propane accessory salesman Hank Hill, is returning, as is co-creator Greg Daniels and the original show's cast, including Kathy Najimy as Peggy, Pamela Adlon as their son, Bobby, and Stephen Root as Hank's buddy Bill.

The Wonder Years reboot producer Saladin Patterson will serve as showrunner for the series, which, like the original, will take place in fictional Arlen, Texas, in the present day.

King of the Hill ran for 13 seasons on Fox and now streams on Hulu. The new series is being produced by 20th Television Animation.

In the announcement, Craig Erwich, president of ABC Entertainment, Hulu and Disney Branded Television Streaming Originals, noted, "We are all so excited to welcome back Hank, Peggy and Bobby, and to see what they have to say about the world we live in and continue the conversations we began years ago."

He said the series "has all of the perfect ingredients to meet this moment in animation at Hulu, and we're so thankful to be having those conversations alongside this talented group."

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"Thank you, Cindy": Hollywood remembers 'Laverne & Shirley' star Cindy Williams

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Friends and famous fans are sharing their memories of Laverne & Shirley star Cindy Williams, who died at 75 last Wednesday.

Ron Howard wrote, "#CindyWilliams Her unpretentious intelligence, talent, wit & humanity impacted every character she created & person she worked with. We were paired as actors on 6 different projects. #AmericanGraffiti a couple of dramas & then #HappyDays & #laverneandshirley Lucky me. RIP, Cindy."

Michael McKean, now the sole surviving member of the main Laverne & Shirley cast, expressed, "Backstage, Season 1: I'm offstage waiting for a cue. The script's been a tough one, so we're giving it 110% and the audience is having a great time. Cindy scoots by me to make her entrance and with a glorious grin, says: 'Show's cookin'!'. Amen. Thank you, Cindy."

His message drew likes and replies from Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter and Cary Elwes, who added, "She was a gem."

In a statement to PEOPLE, a "deeply saddened" Suzanne Somers said, "We go back a long way from the American Graffiti days to our glorious run of Tuesday nights sitcoms which bound us together for endless promotions. We laughed together again and again. She had great joy, enormous talent and above all perfect timing. I will miss you, Cindy. RIP seems too soon."

Big Shot's Yvette Nicole Brown tweeted, "I hate this so much...Oh how I loved Cindy Williams. When I was blessed to meet her on the set of @TheOddCoupleCBS she was as lovely as I always imagined she'd be. #Dammit."

Jamie Lee Curtis remembered Williams as "AMAZING!" and "Such a great, natural comedian," adding the news is, "Such a sad loss."

The Mandalorian's Rosario Dawson referenced Williams' co-star, the late Penny Marshall, writing, "Absolute gems. United again… Rest in Paradise Cindy Williams."

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Involuntary manslaughter charges formally filed against Alec Baldwin in 'Rust' shooting

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Involuntary manslaughter charges were formally filed Tuesday against actor Alec Baldwin over the fatal shooting on the New Mexico set of the film Rust.

Both Baldwin and the film's armorer, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, have been charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter for the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in October 2021.

First assistant director David Halls has already agreed to plead no contest for the charge of negligent use of a deadly weapon.

Santa Fe First Judicial District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies and special prosecutor Andrea Reeb announced their decision to file charges on January 19, nearly three months after receiving the local sheriff's department investigation into the shooting.

Now that charges have been filed, each defendant will be issued a summons for their first court appearance, which can be done virtually or waived, prosecutors said. During a preliminary hearing, a judge will decide whether there is probable cause to move forward with a trial. Preliminary hearings are typically scheduled within 60 days of charges being filed, according to the district attorney's office.

Should the case go to trial, a jury would have to decide under which definition of involuntary manslaughter Baldwin and Gutierrez-Reed were guilty. For the first count of involuntary manslaughter, prosecutors must prove "underlying negligence," while the second count, involuntary manslaughter in the commission of a lawful act, "requires proof that there was more than simple negligence involved in a death," the district attorney's office said.

Both counts are fourth-degree felonies punishable by up to 18 months in jail, however, a firearm enhancement on the second charge could carry a mandatory sentence of five years in prison, prosecutors said.

Baldwin's lawyer, Luke Nikas, called the charging decision "a terrible miscarriage of justice" and vowed to fight the charges.

Gutierrez-Reed's attorney, Jason Bowles, also pushed back against the charges and called the investigation flawed.

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'Stranger Things' leads Nickelodeon's 2023 Kids' Choice Award nominations; Jenna Ortega, Letitia Wright first-time nominees


On Tuesday, Nickelodeon revealed the nominees for the 2023 Kids' Choice Awards.

Digital superstar Charli D'Amelio, and co-host of CBS Mornings and CBS sports analyst Nate Burleson will host the show airing live on Saturday, March 4, at 7 p.m. ET/PT from the Microsoft Theater. The program will simulcast across Nickelodeon, TeenNick, Nicktoons, the Nick Jr. channel, TVLand, CMT and MTV2.

Stranger Things leads the pack with six nominations, followed by Nick's show That Girl Lay Lay; Disney+'s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series; and Paramount+'s animated The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder with four nominations each.

First-time nominees included Wednesday's Jenna Ortega and Letitia Wright from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever; both Wednesday and the Black Panther sequel were also nominated in the respective TV and Movie categories.

As always, fans have their say, and voting begins Tuesday at

Here are the nominees in the TV and Movie categories.

Are You Afraid of the Dark?: Ghost Island
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series
Ms. Marvel
Raven's Home
That Girl Lay Lay
The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers
The Really Loud House

Cobra Kai
Obi-Wan Kenobi
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law
Stranger Things
Young Rock
Young Sheldon

America's Funniest Home Videos
America's Got Talent
American Ninja Warrior
Floor Is Lava
MasterChef Junior
The Masked Singer

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous
SpongeBob SquarePants
Teen Titans Go!
The Loud House
The Smurfs

Audrey Grace Marshall (Vivian Turner - The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder)
Imogen Cohen (Zina - The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder)
Olivia Rodrigo (Nini - High School Musical: The Musical: The Series)
Raven-Symoné (Raven Baxter - Raven's Home)
Sofia Wylie (Gina - High School Musical: The Musical: The Series)
That Girl Lay Lay (Lay Lay - That Girl Lay Lay)

Brady Noon (Evan Morrow - The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers)
Israel Johnson (Noah Lambert - Bunk'd)
Joshua Bassett (Ricky - High School Musical: The Musical: The Series)
Tyler Wladis (Roy - The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder)
Wolfgang Schaeffer (Lincoln Loud - The Really Loud House)
Young Dylan (Young Dylan - Tyler Perry's Young Dylan)

Hilary Duff (Sophie - How I Met Your Father)
Jenna Ortega (Wednesday Addams - Wednesday)
Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven - Stranger Things)
Miranda Cosgrove (Carly Shay - iCarly)
Sadie Sink (Max Mayfield - Stranger Things)
Tracee Ellis Ross (Bow Johnson - Black-ish)

Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas Sinclair - Stranger Things)
Ewan McGregor (Obi-Wan Kenobi - Obi-Wan-Kenobi)
Finn Wolfhard (Mike Wheeler - Stranger Things)
Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin Henderson - Stranger Things)
Jerry Trainor (Spencer Shay - iCarly)
Ralph Macchio (Daniel La Russo - Cobra Kai)

Avatar: The Way of Water
Black Adam
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Hocus Pocus 2
Jurassic World Dominion
Monster High The Movie
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Top Gun: Maverick

Chris Hemsworth (Thor - Thor: Love and Thunder)
Chris Pratt (Owen Grady - Jurassic World: Dominion)
Dwayne Johnson (Black Adam - Teth-Adam, Black Adam)
Jim Carrey (Dr. Robotnik, Sonic the Hedgehog 2)
Ryan Reynolds (Big Adam - The Adam Project)
Tom Cruise (Capt. Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell - Top Gun: Maverick)

Elizabeth Olsen (Wanda Maximoff/The Scarlet Witch - Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness)
Letitia Wright (Shuri - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever)
Lupita Nyong'o (Nakia - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever)
Millie Bobby Brown (Enola Holmes - Enola Holmes 2)
Natalie Portman (Jane Foster/The Mighty Thor - Thor: Love and Thunder)
Sarah Jessica Parker (Sarah Sanderson - Hocus Pocus 2)

DC League of Super-Pets
Hotel Transylvania: Transformania
Minions: The Rise of Gru
The Bad Guys
Turning Red

Andy Samberg (Dale - ChipN' Dale: Rescue Rangers)
Andy Samberg (Jonathan - Hotel Transylvania: Transformania)
Chris Evans (Buzz Lightyear - Lightyear)
Dwayne Johnson (Krypto - DC League of Super-Pets)
Kevin Hart (Ace - DC League of Super-Pets)
Steve Carell (Gru - Minions: The Rise of Gru)

Awkwafina (Tarantula - The Bad Guys)
Keke Palmer (Izzy Hawthorne - Lightyear)
Salma Hayek (Kitty Softpaws - Puss in Boots: The Last Wish)
Sandra Oh (Ming - Turning Red)
Selena Gomez (Mavis - Hotel Transylvania: Transformania)
Taraji P. Henson (Belle Bottom - Minions: The Rise of Gru)

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