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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West put down their drama and picked up some massive smiles proving everyone is a kid at heart at Disneyland.

Kimye and their kiddos, along with Kourtney's, were down in Anaheim Monday, and it's the first time we've seen them really let go and put all the hardships since Paris behind them.

We're told they were there to celebrate a family friend's birthday.

Y'know they were cutting loose because they rode Dumbo AND the Teacups.

Of course, Kim had to chow down on the Disneyland-must-have ... a churro!
The superhero movie starring Gal Gadot as the iconic Amazon warrior was voted this summer’s most anticipated blockbuster in a Fandango survey.

More than 10,000 people participated in the survey — the largest in the company’s 17-year history — and were asked to pick the one movie they were most looking forward to seeing on the big screen between Memorial Day and Labor Day. 

Wonder Woman took the top spot, followed by the wall-crawling reboot Spider-Man: Homecoming and the swashbuckler Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.

According to a separate Fandango survey of Wonder Woman fans, 92 percent said they were excited to see a standalone female superhero movie, and 87 percent wished Hollywood would make more such movies.
Tom Cruise himself confirmed the exciting movie news while promoting his upcoming flick, The Mummy, in an interview with Australia's Sunrise earlier today.

"It's true, yeah it's true," he said while beaming from ear-to-ear.

"You know what? I'm going to start filming it probably in the next year. I know, it's happening, it is definitely happening."

And much to the delight of the news show hosts, Cruise seemed to be in great spirits over the excited reactions to the sequel announcement.

"You're the first people that I've really said it [to]," he added. "This is going to happen."
Sir Roger Moore, who became an international star as the third actor to officially play James Bond, has died at age 89.

Moore's family confirmed the news on Twitter.

"It is with a heavy heart that we must announce our loving father, Sir Roger Moore, has passed away today in Switzerland after a short but brave battle with cancer," the statement read.

"The love with which he was surrounded in his final days was so great it cannot be quantified in words alone."
Over the weekend, Katy Perry performed on the season finale of Saturday Night Live. She did “Swish Swish” surrounded by drag queens and “Bon Appétit,” her single with Migos.

According to a new report from World Of Wonder (which was later deleted, but not before Uproxx circulated the information), there were supposed to be a lot more drag queens around the communal table that was set up on stage for the latter performance, but they were pulled because Migos refused to perform with them. 

Migos have a recent history of homophobic comments.

Earlier this year, they faced criticism for some comments in a Rolling Stone profile about iLoveMakonnen’s coming out — which, for what it’s worth, Makonnen says isn’t a big deal — and Quavo said that he’s not homophobic because he’s friends with Frank Ocean.