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A moor is a brackish backwater swamp or marsh in England. In this clip, Maleficent retreats to the safety of her moor after losing her wings. Even though it’s CGI, the character design still reminds me a lot of Jim … Continue reading
Disney released a teaser poster and the first trailer for “Cinderella” a live action feature inspired by the classic fairy tale. “Cinderella” brings to life the timeless images from Disney’s 1950 animated masterpiece as fully-realized characters in a visually dazzling … Continue reading
A new clip titled “Awkward Situation” from Maleficent finds the evil fairy making her iconic entrance at Aurora’s christening. Of course, if you saw the 9 minute preview at Disney’s Hollywood Studios or DCA, then you’ve already seen that scene. … Continue reading
A new featurette for Disney’s Maleficent takes an in-depth look at the title character and her adaptation from storybook, to animation, to feature film. This second featurette includes footage from the film while also discussing Angelina Jolie’s version of the … Continue reading