The film will premiere in theaters in June.
Last month, the folky North Carolina dance-pop duo Sylvan Esso followed their 2017 LP What Now by offering up a folky, very much not dance-pop cover of the Mister Rogers' Neighborhood song "There Are Many Ways To Say I Love You." And now they're back with another standalone single, the dance-poppy, very much not folky,…
Understanding the Quiet Gay Activism of Mister Rogers Though he didn't call attention to it, Mister Rogers gay activism was an important part of 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' since the 1960s Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
It's is part of a musical puppet tribute for Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood's 50th anniversary being staged in Minneapolis, with other contributions from Bonnie Prince Billy, Andrew Bird, and others. Continue reading…
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There's going to be a feature documentary about Mister Rogers next year. It's aptly titled Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and will showcase "the lessons, ethics and legacy of iconic children's television host, Fred Rogers." Fred Rogers led a singular life. Show More Summary
Focus Features has acquired distribution rights for Won't You Be My Neighbor?, while setting a summer 2018 release date.
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During the 1999 induction ceremony into the Television Hall of Fame, a very dignified Fred Rogers suddenly leaped up onto the stage when he saw his longtime friend Jeff Erlanger in the lights. The two had met in 1981, when Erlanger came onto the set of Mister Rogers Neighborhood to talk about his having to...
Experience the wisdom of Mr. Rogers every day of the year, with this 2018 Mister Rogers Desktop Calendar. It includes inspiration and wisdom from Fred Rogers that will make your day better. Each page tears off. It is a 365-day Day-to-Day calendar for 2018. 2018 [...]
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The late, great neighbor Fred Rogers, creator of the PBS show Mister Rogers Neighborhood, had told his viewers that the best way to deal with hard times is to always look for the helpers in life, because when things get really bad or tragedy strikes, there will always be someone who will reach out and...
Before he became a horror master, Romero hung out in Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. What’s the scariest film George Romero ever made? Was it Night of the Living Dead, which introduced us to the modern zombie as we know it today? Or maybe it’s Day of the Dead, which placed a group of survivors underground with […]
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This is a video of Mister Rogers performing a death metal version of his theme song, as actually performed and edited by Youtuber Andy Rehfeldt (previously: his death metal version of Mary Poppins' Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious). Show More Summary
Fred Rogers is an American hero, an icon of human decency and the preciousness of childhood. Over 31 seasons and some thousand-plus episodes, he established a self-contained cosmos of warmth, intelligence, and playfulness that remains the gold standard for children’s television. Show More Summary
Los Angeles musician and composer Andy Rehfeldt has created a delightful new mashup video where Mr. Rogers sings a death metal version of the Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood theme song, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” The substitute vocals were provided by Bördi. Here is the original song. Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood OpeningA...
After doing a death metal version of Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious from Mary Poppins and You’re The One That I Want from Grease, Youtuber Andy Rehfeldt gives the exact same treatment to the theme from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. [Andy Rehfeldt] The post Mr. Rogers Sings Death Metal [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Soon you’ll be able to get your anime fix on the livestreaming platform Twitch, which just partnered with the anime hosting site Crunchyroll for a 5-day marathon starting on July 27. Though Twitch is known primarily for games, it’s also made a push into non-gaming content such as its video-blog section IRL. It also features […]