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Last night, during an otherwise boring Grammy’s broadcast, Disney debuted a new 90-second trailer for Maleficent. “Dream” reveals what a wise choice Disney made casting Angelina Jolie as the wicked fairy queen. Lana Del Rey’s unique re-imagining of, “Once Upon … Continue reading
Walt Disney Studios has released their schedule for films to be released on DVD in 2014, and it contains a mixture of classic favorites and new projects. Here are the dates to mark in your calendar: February 11 – The … Continue reading
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors have given final approval for Disney to redevelop a corner of their Golden Oak Ranch near Santa Clarita into a working Television and Film Studio. This project will play an important role in … Continue reading
John Carter is now considered one of the biggest movie blunders of all-time. You would think that Disney would start to stray away from big budget flicks for a little while, then work its way back up. Unfortunately…they went the … Continue reading