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Category Archives: Walt Disney Pictures
Photo courtesy Flickr user stevendepolo via CC-License Ever since the 2010 release of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, live-action remakes have been a popular topic for Disney. After hearing about Disney’s plans for making a live-action version of Snow White and … Continue reading
Photo courtesy Flickr user WEBN-TV via CC-License That’s right, folks, the sweet and beloved actress, Ms. Reese Witherspoon has officially signed to work with Disney in a new film called Wish List. While Witherspoon’s character was originally intended for a man, fans … Continue reading
While a recent court ruling calls into question if Disney really has the rights to make this film, principle photography, as they say, has begun on “Oz, The Great And Powerful.” Based on the L. Frank Baum novel, the Sam … Continue reading
It’s still taking a little getting used to for me to accept that these Marvel superhero films are now Disney films as well. Yes, technically Paramount is still distributing Captain America, but Marvel is 100% Disney now. There’s no denying … Continue reading