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Tag Archives: lucasfilm
2015 will be a jam packed year at the box office for The Walt Disney Company. Among them are two Marvel films, two Pixar animated features, and a return to the galaxy far far away of Star Wars at the … Continue reading
From the mind of George Lucas comes “Strange Magic,” a new animated film that tells the tale of a colorful cast of goblins, elves, fairies and imps, and their hilarious misadventures sparked by the battle over a powerful potion. It … Continue reading
Star Wars fans rejoice! Character names for The Force Awakens have been revealed! While these reveals are kept mainly to those characters in the recent trailer, it is still very exciting. Probably the coolest thing about this reveal is how … Continue reading
Yesterday Disney’s CEO Bob Iger was interviewed by Variety’s Claudia Eller at their Dealmakers Breakfast event in Hollywood. These breakfast gatherings are wonderful, less formal settings and sometimes the interview subjects really open up in terms of what they share … Continue reading