Everyone knows that if you make a movie with a good story, people will flock to see it. Right? Well, one studio executive begs to differ.
It seems that not even the presence of Johnny Depp can guarantee that a big-budget movie will actually get made these days.
Wishing Disney would look beyond Pirates of the Caribbean and start making big-budget movies out of some of its other theme park rides?...
It's not just the rides that have made Disneyland the (repeat after us) "Happiest Place On Earth." Since 1956, silk-screened posters at the park's main entrance and along pedestrian tunnel walls have also transported us, giving a tantalizing preview of the attractions inside. And some of the MOST awesome of them advertised the sci-fi rides of Tomorrowland.
If you thought that Belle, Cinderella, Pocahantas, and Mulan had nothing in common with the mental prostitutes at the center of Zack Snyder's upcoming action fantasia, you'd be dead wrong ... as this mashup trailer makes abundantly clear.
As we reported yesterday, Jon Favreau won't be directing Iron Man 3, but it doesn't mean he's joining the unemployment line. Instead, he'll be directing the movie Magic Kingdom for Disney.
As we showed you last month with that clip of 100 horror movies SPOILED in 5 1/2 minutes, those Fine Brothers sure like to mess things up for the spoiler-phobic out there. Now, to celebrate the release of Walt Disney Animation's 50th full-length film, they're doing it again!
With the news that Disney snagged the rights to theatrically release The Avengers and Iron Man 3, it's only a matter of time before the Mouse House incorporates Marvel's characters into Disney's parks.
Since Marvel Entertainment was acquired by Disney last year, people have been wondering if they're going to see a live-action TV show on one of the Disney networks featuring their favorite comic characters. MTV News talked to Marvel editor-in-chief Joe Quesada and got him to discuss (in incredibly vague terms) what the comics giant might have in store for the small screen, which indeed seems to be...something.
An artist by the name of Kreugan had a "random whim" at 2 a.m. the other night and decided to turn some of Disney's most iconic princesses into superheroes. They have become so popular so quickly that Kreugan has already had to disable the comments on his site because he can no longer keep up with them!