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The great Disney movie machine moves ever onward. However, the studio has so many different projects going on at once that some seem to get lost in the shuffle. One such film is the upcoming remake of Pete's Dragon.
Ever since it was announced a few months ago, there has been speculation about who will play Mary Poppins in the upcoming sequel. Well now it looks like we know who will try to fill Julie Andrews' shoes.
Hasbro's 2016 Toy Fair began in New York over the weekend, and it debuted a whole host of new movie-themed figures and toys that you'll immediately want to add to your collection. Here are our favorites.
When you cast a comedian in your movie itís often because youíre looking for a performer who is capable of taking the initiative to try different things in order to see what works best with the character. Sometimes it can go too far.
Itís always sad when we lose a great talent in the movie industry. While Daniel Gerson was not exactly a household name, he was, nonetheless part of creating some of the most memorable animated films of recent years.
A middle school in Southern California had a Spirit Day recently where they were encouraged to dress as Disney characters. While there is a seemingly limitless supply of choices, it was apparently not made clear that students were only expected to choose from characters that matched their own gender.
After the runaway box office success of Maleficent Disney has begun to throw all of their popular animated films through the live-action production machine. The next film in the series is The Jungle Book. Check out the newest trailer.
With their new animated film, Disney has been more than a little cagey when it comes to exactly what the movie was about. We knew it dealt with a bunny police officer trying to solve a case, and having limited time to do it, but the details have been a bit cloudy.
How is Marvel going to keep the superhero genre afloat and keep people from getting sick of them? Well, according to the big man in charge, they have a relatively simple game plan, to keep making great movies.
Disney has been making feature-length animated films for nearly 80 years. Though many of their most iconic characters have been women, it turns out that men still do a majority of the talking.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe was an experiment in film continuity that nobody had ever tried before. Several years later we can call it an official success with individual films in the franchise breaking the billion dollar mark. How much longer can it last?
Children in real world peril is not particularly funny, bit it appears as if Darth Vader and the Dark Side of the Force is particularly strong in a batch of recalled infant onesies.
Netflix has so many movies that itís nearly impossible to manage. Whatís more, they break everything into so many different categories trying to help you that itís nearly possible to find what youíre actually looking for.
Disneyís Maleficent took one of the most purely evil characters from their animated film history and turned her into a wronged vehicle of vengeance. Can they do it again?
Disney is working on yet another live-action version of one of their beloved animated properties, this time telling the origin story of Cruella De Vil, and they may have found the perfect actress to play the part.
Star Wars creator George Lucas got in some hot water recently when he referred to Disney a bunch of "white slavers," but he has now backpedaled from that ill-advised remark and apologized.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens roared out of the gate, smashing box office records left and right, but it's not done, not by a long shot, and it just eclipsed another impressive milestone for a Disney movie.
Hey, do you remember that fifth Indiana Jones movie that people keep talking about but that has no real details or substance beyond the fact that it will probably happen at some point? Well, thereís big newsÖitís still coming.
Thanks in large part to movies like Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Inside Out, Disney had an epic, historical 2015.
Just to show that all of the various branches of the Disney clan are one big happy family, Marvel sent their Star Wars siblings an adorable congratulatory note on their big day.