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Disney has Captain America: Civil War to thank for their conquest of a pretty big box office record. Read on to see how the studio has already made history in 2016.
Disney's been plowing full steam ahead in recent years with the live action remakes of their classic animated movies. Now we can expect even more fairy tale-related movies in the coming years.
If it was clear before then it certainly is now. The Jungle Book is a huge success for Disney and it absolutely dominated the box office for the second week in a row.
Andy Serkis' Jungle Book: Origins has enlisted the help of a visionary director to assist in the completion of the iconic Rudyard Kipling adaptation.
Over the decades, it’s possible no single company has been able to build its own fan base to the degree that that Disney has. They’ve been running for so many generations that now the people who became fans as children have grown up and become filmmakers in their own right.
It’s not exactly hard to see why most children will put “movie star” on their list of dream jobs. It’s a pretty glamorous gig that opens doors to all kinds of wild adventures and opportunities, not to mention gives you time with incredibly talented and famous individuals.
Disney's The Jungle Book already had a big opening day but the weekend box office has come in and there's no question that this family film is a massive success.
Luckily for The Jungle Book, it looks as though money won’t be in short supply during its theatrical run, as the film is currently looking to score an astronomical opening weekend.
With the influx of live action films based on fairy tales that are being planned that are in development, it’s far from surprising that multiple studios are working on the same property. It's getting confusing as hell though.
In anticipation of Jon Favreau's imminent update of the classic Disney tale, the folks at Screen Junkies have crafted an Honest Trailer for The Jungle Book to remind us of the movie’s flaws.
2016 has been a good year for Disney. They started out with on their biggest animated films in years with Zootopia. The movie has done huge box office numbers and is nearly universally loved by critics. If past is prologue, the studio may be about to repeat that success.
Digging into their long history of animated classics, Disney has begun to create a series of live-action remakes, so far including Maleficent, Cinderella and The Jungle Book. This is a specialized franchise in its own right, but could we ever see them united to form a cohesive cinematic universe?
Fairy Tales. They are among the oldest stories that survive in our culture. They are some of the earliest stories that we hear and the ones that we remember. And they're about to take over the box office.
This column, as many of you know, isn’t a review of The Jungle Book. Instead, this is a breakdown of the 3D on display in The Jungle Book, to help you decide whether or not you should pay extra to see Favreau’s film in that format. So, let’s dive in!
Disney seems to have so much faith in Jon Favreau's The Jungle Book that they have already begun talks to have the director helm an upcoming sequel.
We are getting closer and closer to the summer season, and the as such the box office is starting to really heat up. For this week in early April we have a solid batch of movies on the docket, ready to soon hit a cinema near you.
Disney’s >The Jungle Book hits theaters next week, and while it is based on a family friendly animated feature, early reviews have stated that the film is significantly more dramatic than its cartoon counterpart.
For the last couple of years two different adaptations of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book have been in development. One of them is about to come out. The other... is not.
Since late 2010, Jon Favreau has been attached to direct Disney’s Magic Kingdom - a film where one of the company’s theme parks comes to life – but the project hasn’t exactly been barreling through the stages of production.
The death of comedian and actor Garry Shandling was a shock to both fans and friends last month. One person who was especially shocked was director of The Jungle Book Jon Favreau.