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There's a lot of pressure on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and J.J. Abrams feels that as a fan and a filmmaker. He was so nervous about showing the film off for the first time that he called the whole experience "horrifying."
The Incredibles 2 has signed up Michael Giacchino to score the sequel's score, something that he did rather sublimely with the original.
It’s common for movie studios to downplay their box office numbers if they’re not sure it’s going to do as well as expected. Analysts, here a word meaning “people who stare at numbers all day until their vision gets foggy” predict one number, then the studio comes out and says “oh it may not do quite that well.”
While we’ve met some of the lead characters in Zootopia in teasers already we have yet to learn very much about how they fit together. The first real trailer that actually shows some of the movie itself has now hit and it finally begins to reveal some details.
We’ve known since the day they bought Lucasfilm that Disney had big plans for Star Wars. Now, we’re getting films based on side stories and standalone films for individual characters. Exactly how many Star Wars films is Disney planning to make?
Marketing for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has been kicked to the next level. Unfortunately for Air France, their contribution to the promotional festivities didn't receive the Disney/Lucasfilm seal of approval.
You’re well aware of this fact that the Star Wars saga has some hardcore devotees. Well, today Disney and Lucasfilm got to repay that dedication and love, at least a little bit, by screening Star Wars: The Force Awakens for one terminally ill fan.
Disney’s live-action remake of Alice in Wonderland turned out to be a huge hit back in 2010. It’s one of the handful of films that have ever surpassed the $1 billion mark at the box office. With numbers like that a sequel was nearly guaranteed.
It’s amazing the things you can find when you go digging in the right place. A researcher was digging through the archives of the British Film Institute and what they found was the rarest of gems, especially for a fan of Disney animation.
Even with the already serious levels of secrecy surrounding Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Disney and Lucasfilm are taking even further precautions to prevent spoilers.
Marvel has yet to release a trailer for Captain America: Civil War, but now it’s being reported that we can expect the first preview to be attached to this big blockbuster later in the year.
No company owns more valuable brands and properties than Disney. The Mouse House boasts Marvel, Star Wars, Mickey Mouse and dozens and dozens more that the average person is very familiar with.
Here's the good news: Star Wars: The Force Awakens will stream next year on Netflix. Now the bad news: that will only happen for subscribers in Canada.
Fan theories are a tricky proposition, for every one that sounds plausible, a dozen more are completely crazy. There is one surrounding Aladdin, however, that actually turns out to be true.
With three saga films on the way, in addition to three so-called Star Wars Stories, it's pretty clear that Lucasfilm and Disney have a very clear vision for what they want to do with the future of George Lucas' great sci-fi franchise - but apparently that vision includes giving J.J. Abrams a lot of control when it comes to kicking off the newest era.
In a long, distinguished career, the late Robin Williams played many iconic roles, but few as beloved as Genie in Aladdin. New never before seen footage gives fans a look at how he brought this animated character to life.
Screen Junkies dissects the animated classic in a way only 23 years of hindsight can provide as Aladdin is the latest film served up perfectly as part of the outlet's Honest Trailers web series.
Disney fans can’t get enough epic heroines so they’re going to have something extra to be thankful for next year when Moana hits theaters on Thanksgiving 2016. Take a look as this video introduces the voice of Moana, 14-year-old Auli'i Cravalho.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the animated film that brought to life Andy’s room full of toys, and audiences imaginations. But, the initial versions of the Toy Story scripts featured many different character traits in some of our favorites.
While we recently learned that John C. Reilly is coming back for Wreck-It Ralph 2, another star, Jack McBrayer, is more unsure of his future with the animated franchise.