Kevin Costner Goes West, Bruce Willis Cannot Be Broken, And Disney’s Fifth Animation Renaissance

Nov. 20-26: Madonna is too hot for MTV; sequels for three men, 101 dogs, and a predator; Jake Gyllenhaal deals drugs, Samuel L. Jackson is a supervillain, Cher camps it up, the Wu Tang clan give advice, George Carlin loves trash, the Undertaker is born, the Muppets miss Jim Henson, Disney gets tangled, and Kanye reveals his fantasy. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, your weekly look back on the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago.

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One thought on “Kevin Costner Goes West, Bruce Willis Cannot Be Broken, And Disney’s Fifth Animation Renaissance

  1. I know this will just enrage Sarah but I stumbled upon the premiere of Burlesque in London as I was passing through. When they said Cher was going to perform I soon left. I think at that point I was still haunted by how bloody annoying hearing ‘Believe’ was constantly and to be honest still am a little…

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