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Tag Archives: brad bird
Ever wonder why there hasn’t been a sequel to Pixar’s The Incredibles yet? That’s because Director Brad Bird has been having too much fun making live action films. His current project sounds like it will entertain Disney fans and loves … Continue reading
It’s a big day for the production team of Disney’s mystery adventure film “Tomorrowland.” Principal photography has begun up in Vancouver, BC. The much anticipated film had a big presentation at D23 Expo to excite the fans and we eagerly … Continue reading
Brad Bird’s next film has been announced as “Tomorrowland,” but there’s a shroud of mystery surrounding the films plot and the ideas behind it. The film;s writer Damon Lindelof just gave a long interview to Grantland in which he talks … Continue reading
Brad Bird’s live action film gets a name change to something with a theme park tie-in. This according to a brief press release from Disney: The Walt Disney Studios has announced that its live-action release previously known as 1952 will … Continue reading