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Kim Kardashian Shares Adorable Pic Of Cousins Psalm And True Amid Kanye Drama

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Psalm is definitely not camera shy but it is rare that mommy shares snaps of him on social media. One of the last times that the little guy made mom’s timeline was back in June when she announced that he is now very mobile.

“My baby boy Psalm is the sweetest! He just started walking!” she captioned some cute photos at the time.

A few days prior, she shared a pic of all her children and it was really sweet to see what a great big sister, North is.

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The Mulan Remake Is Coming to Disney Plus—But It’ll Cost Extra

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After numerous rescheduled dates and delays due to the pandemic, Disney has announced that Mulan will be released on its streaming service on September 4. The film will be available to rent for $29.99 on Disney Plus, according to Variety, meaning the Chinese epic won’t automatically be available to the streamer’s subscribers. The film will also be released in theaters in territories that do not have access to Disney Plus.

This is a major twist in Disney’s ongoing release strategy, arriving at a time of devastating uncertainty for theaters around the world. Mulan was originally supposed to be released in March, but the studio pushed the release to late summer because of ongoing concerns about the coronavirus. However, the pandemic has continued to ravage the country, causing theater chains like AMC and Regal to keep their doors closed and forcing studios to rethink release plans for their tentpoles.

In late July, Disney appeared to lose hope that Mulan would manage a 2020 release date, taking the film off its schedule entirely. “Over the last few months, it’s become clear that nothing can be set in stone when it comes to how we release films during this global health crisis, and today that means pausing our release plans for Mulan as we assess how we can most effectively bring this film to audiences around the world,” the studio said then.

At the time, the industry interpreted that move as a bid to hold Mulan until, potentially, a later theatrical release date, saving the adaptation for a time when the studio could more fully recoup its $200 million budget and cash in on its blockbuster potential. Mulan is a live-action adaptation of the 1998 animated classic about a Chinese warrior. It is directed by Niki Caro and stars Liu Yifei in the titular role. It was also going to be an inclusive step forward for Disney, one of few major Hollywood projects featuring a largely Asian cast. And considering how well past live-action adaptations like The Lion King, Aladdin, and Beauty and the Beast have done for Disney (all three grossed $1 billion worldwide), Mulan was poised to become a massive box office hit. Now, the film’s financial future is much less certain.

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Fixer Upper Is Returning to TV, Thanks to Chip and Joanna Gaines

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Fixer Upper is getting renovated. The widely popular home improvement show hosted by Chip and Joanna Gaines will return for new episodes in 2021, following a three-year hiatus.

“The day we wrapped our final episode of ​Fixer Upper,​ we really believed it was a chapter closed,” the Gaines duo said in a statement. “We knew we needed a break and a moment to catch our breath. But we also knew we weren’t done dreaming about ways to make old things new again.”

The original version of Fixer Upper ran on HGTV from 2013 through 2018, turning the couple into home improvement icons. Based in Waco, Texas, the series detailed how the Gaineses (known simply as Chip and Joanna to fans) would find homes in disrepair and fix them up in order to flip the renovated dwellings to new owners. At its peak, as previously reported, Fixer Upper was watched by more than 17 million viewers.

The reboot of the show will air on Chip and Joanna’s very own Magnolia Network, which will launch via HGTV’s parent company, Discovery Inc., beginning next year. Originally, Magnolia Network was scheduled to debut in October, but the launch was delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

“I mean it when I say that it wasn’t more than a few weeks ago that we first talked about returning to the show,” Chip wrote on the Magnolia website. “I mentioned it to Jo, fully expecting her to tell me I was crazy. But instead, in a real sincere way, she told me she’d been missing it too. I get that it all may seem a little impulsive and that might be true. But the more Jo and I talked it over, the more we began to see it for what it really is: an opportunity to get to share with you some of the projects we care most about.”

He added, “In a lot of ways, the show is going to pick up right where it left off. These years in between have taught us a lot about ourselves and how we operate best, so we’re likely to do a few things a little differently this time around.”

According to the Gaineses, the expectation is that Fixer Upper will begin filming again soon. “Jo and I feel like a couple of kids trying our best to keep down a few butterflies. But we are mostly just giddy about getting the band back together again so we can share the story of these families and their homes with you,” Chip wrote.

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