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Tag Archives: Film
With the official opening date the Monster’s Inc ‘pre-quel’ just a few weeks away, Disney has released the last trailer for Pixar’s Monsters University: I like the trailer and I like the direction the movie appears to be going. However, … Continue reading
A new TV spot for The Lone Ranger plays on the Masked Man story. From producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Gore Verbinski, the filmmaking team behind the blockbuster “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise, comes Disney/Jerry Bruckheimer Films’ “The Lone Ranger,” … 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
I was recently asked why if Disney Oz The Great and Powerful isn’t performing up to Disney Studios expectations have they already started working on a sequel? First off, working on a sequel and going into production are two different … Continue reading