In anticipation for Big Hero 6, opening in a theater near you today. The folks over at Oh My Disney created some fantastic redesigns of both new and classic Disney characters in Japanese art styles. Ever wondered what Winnie the Ariel or Dumbo would look… Read More »Disney in Japanese Art Styles
I was born in the same year as Aladdin's premier. Since then my passion for Disney has only grown. It helped that I had the opportunity to grow up with musical golden age. Not to mention I had the opportunity to grow up with all the Pixar classics to boot. A passion that is equally strong is my love for comic books. So you can only imagine my jubilation when Disney acquired Marvel. I grew up in Seattle, Washington where I have grown to love the rain and the cold. That being said, I hope to someday move to California to fulfill my dream of working within the movie industry as a marketing professional. Who knows, I might even go the distance all the way to Disney. My blog is where I blog about anything movie related. With a particular focus towards the animated and superhero genres.
This Christmas the Broadway musical, “Into the Woods” is coming to the big screen. It will tell the story of what happens to our fairy tale characters with a modern twist, intertwining the plots of a few choice stories and exploring the consequences of the characters’ wishes and quests.
With the premiere creeping ever closer, Disney has released new character poster that have just a little extra magic. These poster really do seem to pop with just the slightest addition of motion. Really cool way to add an extra layer to a static medium, even if it is just some floating fog in the background.
There’s also a new trailer released for the film.
I like that it sets up the story a little better and you actually get to hear some singing. I’ve always found “Into the Woods” to be among Sondheim’s funniest musicals. And you do get a taste of the humor in this trailer, but it is mostly dark and serious, and of course, the musical is that too.
There are eight more of the magic posters below the jump:
This week, Marvel shook the internet by announcing all of their Phase 3 films. What exactly does this mean?
First, Ant-man is officially a part of Phase 2. From what we have heard, Ant-man will largely be a flashback. Meaning the events of the film will take place sometime earlier in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. My guess, is since the synopsis for Age of Ultron states that Tony Stark is resurrecting a past peacekeeping program, that this program will still be somehow tied to Ant-man. Essentially, I expect two origin stories, one for Ant-man and one for Ultron.
From the extended trailer we see the whole group of Avengers at a little party, celebrating something. My guess is a recent victory over Baron Von Strucker, the villain at the end of Winter Soldier and the apparent success of the Ultron program. Of course, Ultron crashes the party revealing his sinister intentions.
This leaked clip from the Marvel Event, hopefully you can still see it, shows the growing friction between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark. This is obviously the beginnings of Civil War, which we will see played out in Captain America 3. Civil War is so far promising new Avengers brought in by Steve Rogers which will bolster the roster for Infinity War pt 1.
What is also interesting about the leaked clip is the reference to Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximof) showing them all something, such as their worst fears. This causes Thor to go off somewhere to check something. I think that what he saw is the Ragnarok event which is basically the end of Asgard. These head games could also be the cause of Hulk’s battle with Tony after he is shown something that causes him to rage against the world.Read More »Digging into Marvel’s Phase 3 Films Announcement
Here is what we know from the big Marvel even that happened this morning: Avengers: Age of Ultron — May 1, 2015 Ant-Man — July 17, 2015 Captain America: Civil War — May 6, 2016 Doctor Strange — November 4, 2016 Guardians of the Galaxy… Read More »Marvel Cinematic Universe Issues Release Dates through May 2019
If you haven’t heard the news, Moana’s release date has been moved up two years! Now coming to us late 2016 as the second film from the Walt Disney Animation Studios. That’s right the second one. The first is Zootopia, in what can most easily… Read More »What about Disney’s Animated Feature Zootopia?