Be it in favor or against, everyone seems to be talking about Disney's decision to purchase LucasFilms and start cranking out more Star Wars films. First there was snark, now comes the Mickey/Star Wars mash-up pics.
After word broke that Disney has purchased LucasFilm—with plans to start cranking out Star Wars films on a regular basis—it seems like everyone has something snarky to say about the move. But what about a few of the original stars?
In case you haven't heard—Disney just bought LucasFilm, and they're planning to start cranking out Star Wars films on a regular basis. The word spread like wildfire, and the snark started rolling in at the speed of Twitter. So what were some of the funniest initial reactions?
This might be the biggest entertainment news of the year. The Walt Disney Company has just purchased LucasFilm in a multi-billion dollar deal that rivals the money it dished out to buy Marvel Entertainment in 2009. But the even bigger news might be that Disney's already planning a seventh Star Wars film—and they want it out within three years.
For more than a year now we've been itching to get more news on the mysterious sci-fi project known only as 1952 that Damon Lindelof's got set up at Disney. Now some new details are surfacing, and they've got us more than a little intrigued.
We love zombie makeup and buckets of corn syrup blood as much as the next gaggle of horror fans, but sometimes all it takes to give us a little dose of creepiness is a cool old cartoon. So for the 14th installment in our 31 Days of Halloween series, we present a few of our favorites.
Stan Lee Media Inc. is at it again. First, they wanted all the cash from the box office flop, Conan, and now they're going for, well ... basically everything else Stan Lee has ever created.
Disney's latest CGI outing looks to be its coolest yet, tapping into our nostalgia for 1980s' video games. To make sure we connect Wreck-It Ralph with classics like Pac-Man of old, the studio has released a cool vintage ad and trailer that hits the classic-gaming sweet spot.
We'd heard Disney was eyeing a new animated Marvel flick, and now we finally know which super group is involved—and the answer might surprise you.
Disney just released the full-length theatrical spot for its animated fable about a boy and his undead dog—and it's a monster jolt of joy. The latest trailer for Tim Burton's return to stop-motion mayhem proves the master is back on his gothic game.