Out of all of the takes commemorating the first anniversary of the Pulse massacre in Orlando, none was as... singular in its vision as that from the Orlando Sentinel called “As Disney reports drop in guests, is Orlando’s post-Pulse embrace of LGBT too tight?” by one C. Britt Beemer. In it, Beemer suggested that a…
Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen have signed on to voice gay lovers Timon and Pumbaa (respectively) in Disney’s upcoming “live action” remake of The Lion King, according to an exclusive report from The Wrap.
Disney has just announced a release date for the sequel to Frozen: November 27, 2019.
Behold this gift bestowed to us by one shrewd photographer! You see before you the glorious Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda on the set of their forthcoming film, Mary Poppins Returns.
On a recent trip to Disney World, I had an unusual experience. I rode a ride. It broke. We were evacuated, and a few minutes later, I got a picture on my phone. It was an empty raft sliding down Splash Mountain, taken at precisely the moment I was walking down the emergency stairwell. It was weird.
If you would have told me that I’d be sandwiched between two friends in a packed theater—gripping their hands as we alternated between sobbing and laughing—at a 9 p.m. showing of Disney’s new live action Beauty and the Beast on opening weekend, I probably wouldn’t have believed you. Turns out, however, that nostalgia…
Mulan director Niki Caro has broken my heart. Don’t get me wrong, she’s an amazing director, and I’m thrilled Disney is hiring more women like her to head their films. But she’s now saying the live-action Mulan most likely won’t have singing, which means no “I’ll Make a Man Out of You.” No, Mulan, NO.
After a years-long wait that makes me empathize with the cursed clocks and candlesticks in the Beast’s hideous French mansion, the live action remake of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast was finally released Friday morning (and in some lucky theaters, Thursday night).
When Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast is released in Russia, viewing will be limited to those over the age of 16. And no, my buds, it is not because the story depicts the kidnapping of a young woman who falls in love with her captor, an oversized dog with ram horns. This, we have learned, is a timeless tale…
Ariana Grande and John Legend teamed up to sing the charming title duet on the soundtrack to the live-action Beauty and the Beast, Disney’s heartwarming tale about kidnapping starring Emma Watson. In the music video, Legend and Grande—who’s being swallowed by a metaphorical rose dress—sing their hearts out in…
The full trailer for Disney’s upcoming live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast has finally arrived, and answers several pressing questions I’ve had since the film was announced, like:
Some delightful news: Ice Cube is teaming up with Disney and Tommy Kail, the Tony-award winning director of Hamilton for a “modern and musical” take on that old chestnut, Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist.
A Disney fan site called Stitch Kingdom has published what they claim to be the first clear image of Belle and the beast from the upcoming live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast. In it, you can see a woman who looks a lot like Emma Watson in Belle drag dancing uncomfortably with a creature who looks a lot like…
Hollywood cannot leave well enough alone and so in keeping with the tradition of rebooting things that don’t need to be rebooted, director Jon Favreau is stepping up to the plate with a live action remake of The Lion King.
At a 25th anniversary screening of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at New York City’s Alice Tully Hall on Sunday night, Angela Lansbury—legendary star of stage and screen—reunited on stage with world-famous composer Alan Menken to sing the film’s title song.
The creatively titled Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After, featuring former Bachelor Ben Higgins and his bride-to-be Lauren Bushnell, premieres on ABC subsidiary Freeform on October 11. It looks so...interesting!
If I ever kill anyone, I will kill them on a cruise ship.
Disney continues to round out the cast of Mary Poppins Returns: Meryl Streep is reportedly “in talks” to pile onto the project with Emily Blunt and Lin Manuel-Miranda.