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.
A live-action take on Snow White has been in the works at Disney for years, and production was set to start up in a few months—that is until the network pulled the plug. Why? Mostly because of John Carter's epic fail at the box office.
Hey, remember John Carter? It's the movie that lost as much money as The Avengers just made in three days. But Disney's epic sci-fi bomb saw a dramatic jump in box office revenue last weekend, and it's all thanks to Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Toss that red flag for a "No Fair" foul! Rumors swirling around the Mouse House tell us the French are getting their very own Star Wars world in the next five years. Really? Before us?! Makes you almost want to boycott cheese.
Though we got a very interesting piece of Iron Man 3 baddie casting news last week, we still don't actually know who the villain will be. Director Shane Black still isn't saying, but a new international production deal for the flick just stirred up one very, very persistent rumor.
When Disney and Marvel got in bed together a few years back, fans were both worried and jazzed: worried that Disney would mouseify the comics they love and jazzed at the new possibilities of the House that Stan Lee built partnering with the animation powerhouse. The former never came to pass, but is the latter actually coming true?
Disney has officially announced how much money it will lose on John Carter, and the final figure isn't pretty.
Disney can read audience research as well as anyone, and since that tracking says John Carter is heading for certain doom unless audiences can be convinced to see the $250 million sci-fi adventure, it's showing off some of the goods.