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Tag Archives: Film
During Marvel’s animation panel at SDCC’14, creative director Eric Radomski was discussing the inclusion of the Guardians of the Galaxy characters in upcoming episodes of all of Marvel’s animated series, when it was revealed the Guardians would soon be getting … Continue reading
Two more actors have been snared to join the voice cast for Disney’s The Jungle Book. Academy Award winner Christopher Walken will take on the role of King Louie, the ruler of a troop of monkeys and apes, while Giancarlo … Continue reading
There was a lot more to see and do at SDCC with Marvel than just the big suits of The Avengers. Minor films like Ant-Man got their due too. We were treated to an early concept poster for the film … Continue reading
No matter how hard we try to escape, they drag us back in. Earlier today the Disney Insider blog announced that a new Pirates of the Caribbean film is coming. Of course, we had this news back in June along … Continue reading