It feels like 2014 has already been the year of Frozen.
The Disney film that came out in November of last year has found its way into the hearts of adults and children, and now the top of the box office. The film recently made box-office history when it grossed over $1 billion worldwide, making it the top grossing animated film of all time and beating out Toy Story 3.
No, it’s not 1999, but it may feel like it when you hear this drama. While they’ve both moved on with their careers, Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell are still best known as ’90s TV icons from their roles on All That, Kenan & Kel, and the movie Good Burger. The two were also real-life pals but have apparently been feuding ever since Kenan joined the SNL cast back in 2003.
Last weekend during the Kids Choice Awards, several old stars from Nickelodeon shows gathered to give out the Lifetime Achievement Award to executive producer Dan Schneider. Kenan was tapped in via a recorded speech, where he thanked Schneider for his work on Kenan & Kel, but never gave a mention to Kel Mitchell, who was at the awards show.
Apparently Kel felt some type away about it and TMZ caught up with him about the whole ordeal. Check out the video above.
The Jersey Shore alum is finally following in the tracks of his co-stars and getting his own show called The Sorrentinos, which will air on the TV Guide Network.
Gossip Cop reports:
“The Sorrentinos” will showcase The Sitch (real name: Mike Sorrentino) and his Jersey-based family, including his mother Linda, sister Melissa, and brothers Frank and Marc.
The trailer for Brittany Murphy‘s posthumous film Something Wicked has been released. The star passed away back in 2009 from pneumonia, anemia and multiple drug intoxication.
“Something Wicked will hit theaters Apr. 4 in Eugene, Ore., at the Regal Valley River Center 15. The location was chosen to honor where the psychological thriller was filmed in 2009. The movie will roll out to Regal Cinemas in Portland and Seattle the following weeks, with more theaters to come.”
The film’s producer and writer, Joe Colleran, claims the late star ”pulled off one of the spookiest scenes in the movie.” The film will also star Shantel VanSanten from One Tree Hill and Julian Morris from Pretty Little Liars.