In an astoundingly tone deaf case of choosing bros before...common decency, Disney CEO Bob Iger has spoken out in something resembling support of Johnny Depp because the star has made the company so much dang money by playing Captain Jack Sparrow.
Well, you guys went and gave a fish the biggest box office opening in history for an animated film.
Today in “terrible news from Florida,” police continue to search for a 2-year-old boy who was dragged into the water by an alligator near Disney’s Grand Floridian in Orlando.
The last time we saw Mary Poppins, she looked a lot like Julie Andrews and was riding her demonic umbrella into the polluted London sky. The next time we see Mary Poppins, she’ll look a lot like Emily Blunt and will be descending onto the Tower Bridge to hang out with her good friend who looks a lot like Lin-Manuel…
As of September, a deal Netflix cut with Disney back in 2012 takes effect, meaning the service gets the latest movies from not just Walt Disney Animation, but Marvel, Pixar, and Lucasfilm too.
Alan Young, star of the 1960s sitcom Mr. Ed and voice of Uncle Scrooge McDuck, died of natural causes on May 19, 2016. He was 96 years old.
Here is your first glimpse of Disney’s latest live-action remake, Beauty and the Beast, coming to theaters March 2017.
In the opening segment of her first Live! appearance after Michael Strahan announced his departure, Kelly Ripa did her best to convince the audience that things were A-OK between she and her co-host. But Thursday morning, while on her way to film one of Strahan’s final episodes before he abandons her for Good Morning…
There is a predictable kind of response generated from news that a beloved movie from a generation’s childhood will soon be receiving a long-awaited sequel or reboot—a deafening argument about nostalgia that puts excitement (“FINALLY!”), anger (“YOU’RE RUINING MY CHILDHOOD!), and annoyance (“CAN’T HOLLYWOOD THINK OF…
In a story that’s a couple days old, but eternally upsetting, an employee of Disneyland Paris was found dead in the Phantom Manor—Europe’s equivalent of the Haunted Mansion—on April 4.
Relevant to the interests of both Roald Dahl fans and anybody dying to see Wolf Hall star Mark Rylance as a computer-generated giant with large ears, it’s the full trailer for Disney’s adaptation of The BFG!
Look at Disney, creeping beyond the classics they’ve already adapted! Oh but don’t worry, they’ll be revising the original tale so it’s closer to the animated movie everyone knows. Synergy, babe.
If you have children under a certain age, then you’ve likely seen Frozen more times than you can count. You probably also know all of the lyrics to “Let It Go,” which, at first, you appreciated for its defiant lyrics, but now you’ve come to truly loathe that dumb song. And maybe you’d like to have a word or two with…
Last year, Natasha Vargas-Cooper reported a long and wild piece about Camelot Kids, a fancy preschool on Los Angeles’s east side that was crumbling under the influence of white wine, identity politics, and an extremely high-strung director named Renae Plant. Can’t be that crazy, you might be thinking? I recommend …
Charles Perrault was born on this day in 1628. He’s the man you’ll want to thank/curse for all those impossible-to-escape viral Disney princess remixes.
There’s suddenly a storm of outburts about a week-old interview that George Lucas had with Charlie Rose. It’s the one where he compared selling Lucasfilm to Disney as selling his children to “white slavers.” This was a stupid thing to say, but not really a new note for Lucas to hit.
A new national survey has found that 30 percent of Republican primary voters would support bombing Agrabah, the fictional country in Aladdin. Tight.
Wanna see a fever-pitch corporate brawl? Let the rights to a franchise like the Disney princesses go up for grabs.