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The Walt Disney Studios has announced a shuffle for the 2014-15 film line up. THE MUPPETS 2 is now dated on 3/21/14. MUPPETS 2 is produced by Todd Lieberman and David Hoberman and directed by James Bobin. The screenplay is … Continue reading
A new trailer for The Lone Ranger was released today and it reveals a lot more of the wild, gritty world created by the team that brought us the popular Pirates of the Caribbean films. Of course, it’s not just … Continue reading
After the movie marketing debacle that was Disney’s John Carter (of Mars) heads rolled around the Walt Disney Studios. Exits included people from the marketing department, including its chief MT Carney, all the way up to studio head Rich Ross. … Continue reading
I’ve been a fan of director Gary Ross’ work since his directorial debut in Pleasantville (about a brother and sister transported to a television world of black and white and a powerful metaphor for discrimination in America). Ross started out … Continue reading
Disney’s entry into the feel good family film category this year is “The Odd Life of Timothy Green.” It fits the mold very nicely, while at the same time, introducing a little something extra you don’t normally get from those … Continue reading