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Disney Headed Towards Its Worst Year In Half A Century
After Avatar: The Way of Water’s disappointing opening weekend, Disney stock continues to drop at a pace that threatens to be its worst since 1974.
Tim Allen’s The Santa Clauses Fate Has Been Confirmed
Tim Allen will once more return to his role as a beloved Christmas icon in Season 2 of The Santa Clauses. On Wednesday, the same day the Season 1 finale streamed on Disney+, outlets like Deadline reported that the holiday comedy had done well enough to earn a renewal. There’s no official word on when …
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Robin Williams’ Got Paid Almost Nothing For His Best Movie
Robin Williams was one of the most successful and beloved entertainers of the 20th century, equally at home performing stand-up comedy for sold-out crowds at Madison Square Garden, winning awards for intense dramas like Good Will Hunting, and appearing in odd, emotional indie fare like The Fisher King. His single best and most defining movie …
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Kanye West Is Going After Disney
Once at the top of the hip-hop world, rapper Kanye West, who now wears the moniker of Ye, has experienced a dramatic fall from grace. The star has made controversial and outlandish statements for years (including intentions to run for president of the United States), but his recent antisemitic comments and posts on social media …
Disney Facing Huge Lawsuit For Response To Controversial Law
The Walt Disney Company is facing a lawsuit from one of its own investors due to its oppositional response to Florida’s controversial “Don’t Say Gay” law. Per Bloomberg, the lawsuit filed by Disney investor Kenneth Simeone claims that the company opened itself to “financial repercussions” by publicly opposing the “Don’t Say Gay” law, the name …
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Disney+ Just Got More Expensive For Those Who Don’t Want Ads
Like many of its fellow streaming platforms, Disney+ is ready to roll out its new ad-supported tier. The new subscription tier launches today and Disney will be charging $7.99 for the ad version and $10.99 for the ad-free version. In other words, you’ll have to cough up a few extra bucks if you want to …
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Disney Wanted To Kill One Of Its Most Beloved Characters
For those who are fans of Disney’s Frozen movie, one of the biggest aspects of that movie that is so beloved by children and adults was the lovable hang-around, Olaf. However, the co-director and writer of Frozen, Jennifer Lee, wanted nothing to do with the magical snowman. According to Lee, “My first note was, ‘kill …
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Disney’s Recent Big Budget Movie Is An Enormous Flop
The bad news just keeps coming for Disney’s most recent family film, Strange World, which had a second weekend that exceed expectations by being even more of a disaster than the first. Cartoon Brew reports that the latest animated film from the House of Mouse is approaching the level of historical animated flops, including Treasure …
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George Lucas Reveals His Preferred Star Wars Watch Order
When it comes to motion picture series featuring a hefty number of installments, everyone has their own preference regarding the arrangement in which the various entries should be watched. For instance, the Marvel Cinematic Universe consists of thirty entries, and even though Disney+ conveniently lists each movie chronologically on its platform, it doesn’t necessarily mean …
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Disney+ Removes Hundreds Of Movies And TV Shows
Disney has undergone massive shake ups in recent weeks amid falling stock prices. Bob Iger returned to the CEO position to replace Bob Chapek, a move that stunned the industry and prompted layoffs and a hiring freeze. While most of these changes have been behind the scenes, consumers are feeling the effects as titles disappear …
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Disney’s New AI Can Change The Age Of Any Actor
De-aging is a new rage in Hollywood; where production studios used to work hard to cast suitable actors to play younger versions of a star for the purpose of flashbacks, they now use computer technology to de-age the actor back to the appropriate age. From Robert De Niro in The Irishman, Robert Downey Jr. in the Marvel Cinematic …
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See A Disturbed Village In Gannibal First Look
Disney+ has released a trailer for its highly anticipated Japanese original series Gannibal. Billed as a psychological thriller, the story is based on the best-selling manga by Masaaki Ninomiya. The story is adapted for television by Takamasa Oe and produced by Teruhisa Yamamoto. The pair were nominated for Academy Awards for their work on the critically acclaimed …
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Will Smith Returning To Role For Beloved Movie Sequel?
2019 brought together one of the biggest names in acting, one of the biggest names in directing, and one of the biggest production companies in the world. While Disney has been revisiting all of its classic animated films, one of its most successful was the live-action remake of the Guy Ritchie/Will Smith vehicle, Aladdin. Recently, in an interview with The …
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Margot Robbie’s Pirates Movie Not Canceled After All?
Actor Margot Robbie is coming off of stellar performances in the DC Universe as Harley Quinn, as well as a potential Academy Award nomination for her upcoming film Babylon. While the Australian performer is well-known for handling large-scale franchises, like she will be doing with next year’s Barbie, Margot Robbie is looking to take on …
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Disney’s New Race Game Hit With Crushing Delay
Following the company’s announcement of entering the world of gaming once again — after a history of mixed/average and poor releases — Disney finally discovered a recipe for making good games, as evidenced by the sheer popularity of its previous release — Dreamlight Valley. However, it would seem that the company has caught the same …
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Disney’s Most Iconic Ride Is Shutting Down
Disney’s been hitting us left and right with major changes. If their overpriced tickets weren’t enough to enrage visitors, they’ve officially set a date for one of their most beloved rides to take its final plunge. Inside the Magic reports that Disney has revealed that their flume attraction Splash Mountain will be closing on January …
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Disney Is Bringing Back Its Best Parade
With the holiday season fast approaching and theme park attendees seemingly being thrust into December events throughout the country, Disney might have the cure for the holiday blues with an addition to their theme park early next year. Yesterday, Disney Parks dropped a note to Twitter signaling the return of the Disneyland Magic Happens parade, …
Willow Series Premiere Review: A Slow Start, But A Faithful Revival
To anyone alive when the film it’s based upon hit theaters, the wait for the 2-episode Willow series premiere has seemed far too long. The bad news is that until maybe around 35 minutes into the first episode, you may feel like you’re still waiting. The series starts off a little too slow and is …
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Strange World Star Has A Wild Excuse For It Flopping
After a year of big Marvel Cinematic Universe debuts in theaters like Thor: Love and Thunder and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, it seems that Disney may not have done a great job in marketing some other feature films. Unfortunately for a movie like Strange World, which premiered over the long Thanksgiving weekend, the overall box …
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New Blockbuster Movie Has An Impressive Firefly Callback
Strange World features the same “death” callback as Firefly, which both involve Alan Tudyk being sucked out of a cockpit.
One Of Thanksgiving’s Big Movie Releases Was A Massive Flop
Disney’s new movie Strange World is expected to lose $147 million after a disastrous Thanksgiving opening weekend.
Disney CEO Fired For Lying To Cover Up Failures?
Former Disney CEO Bob Chapek is facing accusations of deceptive financial practices with DIsney+.
Another Big Disney Executive Is Leaving The Company
Disney executive Arthur Bochner is the latest to leave the company.
Beloved Disney Attraction Finally Reopens After Years Of Closure
The Disney Railroad is re-opening after years of closure for test runs.
Bob Iger Planning To Sell Disney Off To Another Major Corporation?
An unconfirmed report says Bob Iger wants to open the door for Apple to purchase Disney.
Disney Being Sued Because Of Their Prices
YouTube TV subscribers are suing Disney, claiming the media giant is manipulating the price for live TV streaming with their ownership of ESPN and Hulu.
A New Disney Movie Is Bringing Back The Best Cinderella Actress
Brandy will reprise the role of Cinderella in a new Disney Descendants movie.
Star Wars Boss Kathleen Kennedy Next To Be Fired?
A new unconfirmed report claims Kathleen Kennedy is on her way out as president of Lucasfilm.
See The First Look At Mads Mikkelsen As Nazi In Indiana Jones 5
Mads Mikkelsen stars as a Nazi scientist named Voller in Indiana Jones 5.