Articles Tagged “Disney”

  • Sins of our Youth with Mitchel Musso

    Mitchel Musso began acting when he was only eight, and is best known for his work in Disney shows and films. However, audiences will be surprised to see a different side of Mitchel in his new film Sins of our Youth. We caught up with Mitchel to discuss the film, and the transition that he […]

  • Second “Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens” Teaser Trailer Features the Return of Han Solo and Chewbacca

    After 31 years, fans have their first glimpse of Harrison Ford and Peter Mayhew returning to the roles of Han Solo and Chewbacca in the second trailer for Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens, which has been marketed as simply Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The film also features the return of Mark Hamill […]

  • Blu Ray Review: Disney’s “Peter Pan”

    It is hard to imagine a company that benefited more from home video than the Walt Disney Company. By strategically timing their releases on VHS, DVD, and now BluRay, Disney has maintained a sense of tradition and history with their animated features. The studio has released two Diamond Editions each year since BluRay won the […]

  • Heavy on the Heart: Review of Disney’s ‘The Odd Life of Timothy Green’ on Blu-Ray

    It’s funny to think that at one time Jennifer Garner was an action star. She made a splash playing agent Sydney Bristow on JJ Abram’s seminal series “Alias,” a role which some have called the most important female TV character after Scully and Buffy (and by some, of course I mean, me). “Alias” aired five […]

  • Disney Is Looking At Remaking “The Rocketeer”

    According to Vulture, Alan Horn is setting up a remake of The Rocketeer as his first production as the new Disney chairman. Horn recently took the job after Disney underwent massive restructuring due to a string of flops that culminated in John Carter‘s $200 million loss. Disney released the original 1991 film on BluRay this past December, and sales […]

  • “Hunger Games” Director Set To Adapt Disney’s “Peter And The Starcatchers”

    Hunger Games director Gary Ross made LionsGate a boatload of cash this spring, and that made him one of the most desirable directors in Hollywood. After stepping away from Catching Fire Ross could pick any project he wanted, and it seems he’s settled on a long gestating project over at Disney. The film is an adaptation of the […]

  • Lady And The Tramp : Diamond Edition Coming To Blu-ray & DVD

    LADY AND THE TRAMP arrives on Blu-ray for the first time on February 7, 2012 from Walt Disney Studios. I know a lot of people will be happy to get this beloved classic Disney movie on Blu-ray and DVD! Here’s the info about this release… Synopsis: A classic love story unfolds in the best Disney […]

  • Disney’s “John Carter” Gets A New Poster And New Images

    John Carter remains one of the biggest question marks in Disney’s release slate next year, but images like the ones just released certainly settles it for fans of the Edgar Rice Burroughs stories such as myself. To top it all off, the new pulp-inspired poster seals the deal. The film is based heavily on Burroughs’ A […]

  • “Beauty and the Beast” Sequels Hit BluRay and DVD on November 22nd

    The original Beauty and the Beast is out now on BluRay and slated for a 3D run in just a few months, and Disney is set on keeping you aware of their classic by releasing the film’s sequels An Enchanted Christmas and Belle’s Magical World on BluRay and DVD on November 22nd, 2011. Per the […]

  • Disney Sets Dates For A Slew of 3D Re-Releases

    I wrote a recent editorial about Disney’s success with The Lion King 3D and what it would mean for Hollywood, and in the piece I claimed that many studios would follow Disney’s lead and make 3D re-releases a priority. With that in mind I wasn’t surprised to find this latest press release from Disney in my […]