A world premiere is a huge event that any star wants to look their best at. But when that star is Moana’s leading lady, voice of Moana, and movie newcomer, Auli’i Cravalho, the red carpet look has to be perfect. To find the exactly right… Read More »Behind Moana inspired dress for Auli’i Cravalho
The original Star Wars film had no grand opening. It only played at 35 theaters for opening weekend. But eventually all the stars did the turn out for George Lucas’ mega-blockbuster and the movie industry was changed forever. Tonight’s Hollywood premiere for “Star Wars: The… Read More »Star Wars: The Force Awakens World Premiere Red Carpet Livestream Replay
Big news from our friends in Emeryville, Disney•Pixar’s “Inside Out” is heading to the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival for its World Premiere. They’ve also shared a brand new clip from the film.
Academy Award winner Pete Docter, who directed Disney•Pixar’s “Up” (the first animated film ever to be the Festival’s Opening-Ceremony film), helms “Inside Out,” an original new movie from Pixar Animation Studios. Docter, producer Jonas Rivera (“Up”), and co-director Ronnie Del Carmen (“Up”) will be on hand in Cannes, along with members of the all-star English-language voice cast.
“We are overjoyed at being included in this year’s official selection at Cannes,” said Docter. “With ‘Inside Out,’ we spent years imagining – and then building – never-before-seen settings and characters within the mind. It was an incredible, fun and exciting challenge and now we can’t wait to share it with the world.”
In this exclusive clip from the movie, Joy works with the other emotions to prepare for Riley’s first day at a new school. It’s a big moment:
A little rain could not dampen the spirits of Disney’s Cinderella world premiere last night. Just like at the Oscars the El Capitan erected a big tent to cover the stat studded red carpet and the show went on as planned.
Many of the guests came dressed for a ball of Cinderella proportions too. Lily James, who plays the title character, looked stunning in her dress. Holliday Grainger and Sophie McShera held up their end of the deal as the step-sisters as well. Plus Cate Blanchett looks fantastic as always.
Lots more celebrity goodness to see in the photo gallery below:
Last night Disney launched its next animated hit with a star studded premiere and after party right in the middle of Hollywood at the El Capitan Theatre. The gold-flecked streets of Hollywood were made to look like San Fransokyo and the red carpet laid out… Read More »Big Hero 6 World Premiere Pics
The Lone Ranger Will Premiere at Disney California Adventure In Benefit For American Indian College Fund
In a classy move, Walt Disney Studios Chairman, Alan Horn, has announced that ticket sales from the highly anticipated World Premiere of Disney/Jerry Bruckheimer Films’ “The Lone Ranger” will benefit the American Indian College Fund. The event will take place on Saturday, June 22, at Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim, California.
As you might expect, a red carpet will grace the Park’s iconic Hollywood Boulevard enabling the thousands of park guests to cheer for the film’s stars, filmmakers, and the many Hollywood celebrities expected to attend. The Lone Ranger’s horse Silver will even make an appearance and an actual train engine built for the film will be on display.
“We’ve had a terrific collaboration with the Native American community throughout the production of Disney’s ‘The Lone Ranger,’” said Alan Horn, Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios. “With the world premiere of this exciting film at hand, we are pleased to commemorate the occasion by supporting the American Indian College Fund.”Read More »The Lone Ranger Will Premiere at Disney California Adventure In Benefit For American Indian College Fund
In case you’ve been under a rock (Pride Rock?) you probably know that Disney has put a shiny coat of 3D magic on the classic film, Lion King. Saturday was the world premiere of Disney’s Lion King 3D at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. Yes, I know I just said “the the” and I’m okay with it.
The Disney Blog had press credentials, so I took my fancy camera (read, iPhone) and my talent (read, 8-year-old son Atticus) and bellied up to the green carpet to let the stars come to us — which they did by the limo-ful (or whatever they drove, I didn’t have to valet this time).
Sadly, my iPhone couldn’t capture sound and picture with any clarity. I blame the thousands of people around us and the gentle lullaby of Hollywood Blvd. And by “gentle” I mean loud and freaky. Rather than have video without audio I went with the still photographs and casual conversation. Plus, my son was a little too nervous to conduct the interviews, and it was really, really hot out. We decided to play it cool, which works for us.