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Tag Archives: Walt Disney Pictures
The beginning of 2012 was not kind to Disney Studios. Feeling the burn of the failed John Carter and the not so successful, The Odd Life of Timothy Green, it wasn’t looking good for Disney Studios. Although they managed to … Continue reading
Director Andrew Stanton is back in Emeryville working on a sequel to Finding Nemo, but he took some time to talk to the LA Times to reflect on the box office disappointment that was John Carter. My initial review of … Continue reading
Walt Disney Picture’s modus operandi of late is to try and schedule one tent-pole movie every summer. One film ‘guaranteed’ to rake in close to a billion dollars (if not more) at the box office that will make up for … Continue reading
For those who want to know more about John Carter (of Mars) before it hits the big screen (and IMAX) in March, it sometimes pays to keep an eye on marketing in foreign markets, where audiences expect to see more … Continue reading
Update: The figures from The Hollywood Reporter appear to be international numbers. Domestically the box office was only $39 million which is only good for 3rd place. In the battle of Pirates, Pals, and Pandas the terrors of the high … Continue reading