Tag Archives: disney
Posted on25. Apr, 2013 by Mark Daponte.
Yes, George Lucas is doing it again…and again…and again. As in: Disney and Lucas Films announced that Star Wars: Episode VII will hit theaters in the summer of 2015 and that every summer after that will offer a new “Star Wars” film. Sure, when “Star Wars came out, it was a different animal. But now, [...]
Posted on13. Jul, 2012 by Ben Scuglia.
With The Amazing Spider-Man swinging through the multiplex right now and Marvel’s The Avengers approaching $1.5 billion dollars at the worldwide box office—that’s “billion” with a “b”—it should be no surprise that Marvel has already announced sequels for 2014 and 2015, respectively. But until then, which costumed superheroes and dastardly villains will next grace the silver screen? Before Hawkeye, Black [...]
Posted on04. Mar, 2011 by Ben Scuglia.
The blonde bombshell everyone is talking about from the sci-fi adventure film “I Am Number Four” is not its flaxen-haired leading man, Alex Pettyfer—surprise, surprise—but instead a scene-stealing beauty named Teresa Palmer. The 25-year-old from Adelaide, Australia—they seem to grow sexy, talented performers on trees Down Under—has been working in Hollywood for about half a decade. But it [...]
Posted on19. Dec, 2010 by Henrick Vartanian.
TRON Legacy was the undisputed winner at this weekend’s box office race. American moviegoers went out (especially in such rainy weather) to see the sci-fi follow up starring Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund, and Olivia Wilde. The Disney publicity machine has always been on top it when it comes to generating buzz for their films. The [...]
Posted on17. Dec, 2010 by Henrick Vartanian.
Ok, so we are kinda’ rooting for this movie. Early numbers for Tron: Legacy are in. The Disney sci-fi grossed a good $3.5 million in midnight shows, with 228 Imax screens across the U.S. providing $1 million of that gross. These numbers could shift upwards once final totals come in, especially since several theaters in [...]
Posted on14. May, 2010 by Henrick Vartanian.
Disney is full steam ahead with a new movie musical based on the novel “Lemonade Mouth” which centers on a group of teens who meet in detention and form a garage band. The script was written by April Blair who wrote that Jessica Simpson hit “Major Movie Star” in 2008. I was actually being sarcastic, [...]