Ratatouille brought in a very tasty $29 million at the box office this weekend placing it second behind that 80's toy film. That puts the latest film from Pixar over the $115 million mark with hardly any worldwide box office included. The real competition opens this week with Harry Potter returning to his wizardly ways
Graham Hopper, executive VP and general manager at Disney Interactive Studios, has an interview at GameSpot. The company recently changed it's name from Buena Vista Games and has been responsible for many of your favorite Disney video games and some more recent ones like 'Spectrobes' and the new Pirates Of The Caribbean gamesthe reason why
Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe (official site) is set for release on December 9th 2005. It's a Walden Media film, but Disney is distributing, so expect a big push to start any time now. NarniaFans.com is a great place to start if you're looking for more information on the film. It's very
I love this collection of Bootleg Disney Toys. Some of them are so 'on model' that its hard to believe Disney didn't release them, well except for the cheesy packaging and poor quality molds, etc... 'Joe' also has a wide collection of other bootleg toys to peruse. (Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Pixar's A Bug's
Her [Lucas' wife] first idea was to have Threepio get shot, and I said impossible because I wanted to start and end the film with the robots, I wanted the film to really be about the robots and have the theme be framework for the rest of the movie. Talk continues in the comments over
Disney World has been taken over by the red shirts this last week. No, it's not some Trekkie convention of sacrificed ensigns, nor is it a star wars fest (although those overlapped some). It is the 2005 Gay Days event; an annual event that brings 130,000-150,000 fine and well funded gay and lesbian tourists to
Doobie at LaughingPlace.com is making me jealous with his live pictures from Star Wars Days at Disney MGM Studios in Orlando. Your inner geek unleash, Doobie!
If you haven't been following the writings of Darth Vader on his 'darthside' blog, then you've been missing out on some very humorous, but also poignant, writing. Today's post wraps up the blog as Vader prepares for his final moments of confrontation with his destiny. I wouldn't qualify myself as a Star Wars Uber-fan, but