Upon first look, the 2019 live-action rendition of “Aladdin” seemed like a cheap cash in on a beloved animated film. Yet, according to many fans, the new trailer dropped might have changed their outlook on the remake. It’s changed from most people finding the movie disgusting to most people being skeptical.Continue reading New Aladdin Trailer May Have Changed Everything
For nearly two years now we have heard about Disney trying to acquire Fox, but it has happened and it will soon be taking effect. What will we see when the mongol that is Disney acquires a rival entertainment outlet? Will this change the entertainment landscape? Does that mean Deadpool can be in the Avengers?Continue reading Disney Has Confirmed The Date To Start Fox Takeover
Everything started with a press release by Disney that has stirred up rumors Marvel Comics may be shut down, causing fans to lash out. If you have been paying attention lately, the comic book industry is not really taking the media market by storm right now. With problems stirring up at DC Comics at the moment, it seemed Marvel could potentially capitalize on this situation… but Disney seems to not think so.Continue reading Disney is Shutting Down Marvel Comics?
Call Her, Beep Her, If You Want To Reach Her…
This past weekend at Wizard World Chicago, our own Jacob Kelley talks about Disney‘s “Golden Age” with Christy Carlson Romano (Kim Possible & Even Stevens) on her past experiences and future with a Kim Possible cameo… Continue reading Interview: ‘Kim Possible’s’ Christy Carlson Romano Wizard World Chicago 2018
For a movie that defined a generation, The Nightmare Before Christmas is finally getting a sequel! Manga company Tokyopop will be continuing Tim Burton‘s beloved adventure and will be written by DJ Milky with art from Studio DICE. This time though, the story will focus on a different yet familiar character. Continue reading The Nightmare Before Christmas Gets A Comic Book Sequel!
And They’re Stunning
Disney has been pretty hush hush about their upcoming remake of Beauty And The Beast (set for a 2017 release), until now… Continue reading Entertainment Weekly Gives Us A New Look At Beauty And The Beast
Disney Cruise Line introduces first-ever Marvel Day at Sea on select Disney Magic Sailings from New York in Fall 2017!
In 2017, Disney Cruise Line guests will unite and celebrate the epic adventures of the legendary Super Heroes and Super Villains from the Marvel Universe during a brand-new, day-long celebration: Marvel Day at Sea. The seven special voyages on the Disney Magic will depart from New York City in the fall of 2017.
These Movies Are Not Even Close
First off, I can already tell this new “Pete’s Dragon” is going to be underrated just like the 1977 version. This movie is going to be trashed by people who don’t even want to see it because they believe it is just another live adaptation of a Disney fill and those suck, but it is not at all the case. I absolutely loved the original 1977 version of the film and watched it to the point I can probably sing the songs backward if I wanted too.
I caught a trailer for “Maleficent” recently, and it definitely peaked my interest as did this featurette. Continue reading New Maleficent Featurette
Did you miss some of the shout-outs in Captain America: The Winter Soldier? Then be sure to see this video run down (with a bonus eggs that may or may not have actually appeared) and don’t forget to check out our Winter Soldier review. Continue reading All of the Easter Eggs and Then Some in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”