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Frozen has penetrated pop-culture well past any point of return, including what might be considered a rite of passage for an indelible Disney property: an insanely morbid fan theory.
Never in a million years have the words, "Stanley Kubrick Is In A Disney Film," ever crossed our minds. Yet Brad Bird couldn't help but temporarily write the brooding genius into a Tomorrowland cameo that was eventually deleted.
For some time, Disney animation has come under fire as being the complete opposite of diverse with their animated characters. While films like Pocahontas and The Princess And The Frog have helped add some much needed weight on the other side of the scales, the canon of Disney characters have been, for the most part, white protagonists.
It turns out that some of Disney's animators are just plain lazy.
In a year ruled thus far by superhero mega-teams, fast and/or furious muscle cars stunts, and 50 shades of something, there’s one movie that has taken a quieter, majestic, family-friendly path to box-office dominance. It appears that Disney’s live-action rendition of Cinderella has managed to gracefully cross the $500 million mark with its global take.
How will Walt Disney Animation be able to top Frozen? Zootopia probably won't be that big of a hit, but the studio just announced its voice cast, and we have high hopes.
This shouldn’t affect moviegoers, at this stage. Disney will still make deals with theaters to carry their films, and your local multiplex should still have Age of Ultron when you want to see it. But if discussions get contentious in the future, it could theoretically get harder for you to find Disney’s latest offering.
Just last night, the second of the standalone Star Wars “anthology” films had a major setback when its director Josh Trank exited the project. Now with the studio in search for another filmmaker, sources report that the original director was actually fired.
In a stupendous shot across the bow of content pirates, Hollywood’s six major studios have collectively read the Riot Act to download sites across the globe, saying they have 24 hours to remove all copyright-infringing material.
It’s not because you’re going crazy.If dick imagery were an STD, Disney would be going to the free clinic all the time.
Avengers: Age of Ultron has already opened in nearly 30 international markets. While most of these countries are showing the film without a hitch, Germany is encountering some trouble.
Vince Gilligan gave us a new take on meth cooks and shady lawyers, and now he wants to do the same thing for the Jack and the Beanstalk fairy tale.
Hours after it was announced that Ewan McGregor will be playing Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast, Stanley Tucci has also joined the film’s cast as this original character.
Ewan McGregor has joined the cast of Disney's live-action Beauty And The Beast, and he's set to invite everyone to be his guest.
Tomorrowland is almost here, and a brand new trailer is here to show us the other half of the story equation. You know, the ass kicking half.
Kansas senator Pat Roberts learned an important lesson: always keep your phone on vibrate or silent during important meetings. He experienced one of our worst nightmares when his phone started blaring during an important financial hearing.
Just when you thought the cast to Bill Condon's Beauty And The Beast wasn't star studded enough, they've gone and really out done themselves. See what A-lister is set to play Cogsworth, after the jump!
If Disney is going to go crazy making their cartoons into live action films, there's one obvious choice that deserves a second life at the movies.
Ryan Gosling may have just made his directorial with the dark urban fantasy Lost River, but don’t worry, he’s not giving up life in front of the camera just yet. In fact, it’s being reported that he’s teaming up with both pal Guillermo del Toro and Disney.
Hollywood has never been the sort of place where success is carefully replicated in a thought out and meticulous manner in order to not saturate the market. Instead, if something works even just a little bit, it is immediately imitated ad nauseum - which is why it's not surprising that Disney has given the go-ahead for a live action version of Pinocchio to be developed.