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Miley Cyrus: Hot Hollywood Star Photo Gallery – March 27, 2012

HollywoodNews.com: Miley Cyrus has been keeping things low-key recently, but now that her boyfriend, Liam Hemsworth, is promoting ‘Hunger Games,’ Cyrus has been back in the news.
The young singer and actress recently made headlines as she was spotted out with a sparkling ring on her engagement finger. However, she shot down those rumors.
Hollywood News is recognizing Cyrus as a hot Hollywood star whose headline-making days are hardly over.
Enjoy the photo gallery below!

Miley Cyrus started her successful career with her stint on ‘Hannah Montana.’ From there, she started tackling the music and movie industries. The very young star has even been nominated for a Golden Globe for the original song “I Thought I Lost You” from the animated film ‘Bolt.’
As Cyrus is working on transitioning into a more adult career, she has also been working on her romantic life. Cyrus is currently dating on and off boyfriend Liam Hemsworth. The two have been inseparable as they have attended a number of events together in the last few months.
Cyrus will next be seen in ‘So Undercover’ and ‘LOL.’

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Cartoon movies are having a hard time getting “G” ratings these days

By Scott Mendelson
HollywoodNews.com: “The Lion King” had a major character’s father being murdered onscreen, another major character being eaten alive by hyenas, and a young child snuggling up beside the corpse of the above-mentioned recently deceased father. “Tarzan” opened with a blood-stained cabin containing two corpses and an infant being eaten alive off screen, and it ended with the onscreen shooting death of a major character and the hanging of the lead villain. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” had an onscreen neck-breaking murder of a young mother, the attempted drowning of her baby, and an entire subplot involving the villain’s need to desire to screw and/or murder the heroine because of his guilt-ridden lustings for her that felt like a cross between “Schindler’s List” and “Sweeney Todd” (great movie and great song… why don’t they make kids toys that sing “Hellfire?”). Yet they all received G-ratings from the MPAA back in the 1990s. Yet just last week, Walt Disney’s “Tangled” received a PG rating for the unholy crime of ‘brief mild violence’.
Back in my day (about ten years ago), the PG rating was a kiss of death for an animated feature. “The Black Cauldron” in 1985 was the only major Disney cartoon to receive said rating, and it was an infamous flop for the struggling studio that instigated the changing of the guard which brought about the Jeff Katzenberg/Mike Eisner/Roy Disney 1986-1994 era-of-awesome (I’d argue that it lasted until 1999, but I’m a fan of their post-”Lion King” work). As the 90s drew to a close and Dreamworks waged a genuine campaign against the Disney animation monopoly, they used the PG rating to signal that their initial films (“Antz,” “Prince of Egypt,” etc) would be a bit more hard-edged than the stereotypical all-ages Disney films. Fox tried their luck with the PG-rated “Titan A.E.” in summer 2000 and flopped so hard ($75 million budget > $36 million worldwide gross) that Fox nearly ceased to even have an animation branch, and the one-time would-be Disney rival Don Bluth ceased to have a career all-together. While Disney tried their hand at hard-PG action in 2001 with “Atlantis: The Lost Empire” (if you want a film that feels like it inspired “Avatar” just as much as “The Battle For Terra”…), but the film grossed just $84 million domestic.
Ironically, just a month prior, Dreamworks would release the film that would more or less completely [...]