This week I’m looking at one of Disney’s serious live-action fantasy films, with Dragonslayer. More…
July 1, 2011
The reviews have been lukewarm to say the least and no one here in the Bureau has plans to got see the latest offering from Pixar (that’s pretty telling, right there).
Anyone out there see it? What did you think? Has Pixar finally manufactured its first clunker? Or is it merely a case of reviewers finally finding a small chink in the giant’s flawless armor?
June 28, 2011
Here’s a first look at Pixar’s next film, their first to feature a female protagonist. There isn’t a whole lot of detail about the story, but it does look gorgeous.
[Update: Video pulled. Use the above link.]
December 14, 2010
Seems like all the Summer 2011 trailers are rolling out, and this one proves to be a good old fashioned romp, more akin to the first film in the series (which is a very good thing).
June 20, 2010
The marketing is everywhere. Toys, games, tie-ins, and more. Oh yeah, and there’s a movie.
Plus, Brian finally caves in and sees a 3D movie.
March 16, 2010
Haven’t had anything juicy for a while, but here’s a few drool-worthy nuggets. And another f-ing Twilight movie.
February 10, 2010
MTV is reporting that Joseph Kosinski, the director of the upcoming sequel to Tron would like to next work on an re-imagining of Disney’s other big Sci-Fi film, “The Black Hole”. His plan for the film would involve take a more hard Sci-Fi take on the story, taking advantage of more recent scientific discoveries and theories about the nature of black holes and how they work. The script is doe to be written by Travis Beacham, who wrote the re-make of “Clash of the Titans” that is due in theaters this year.
TheAngryMob reviewed the original back in 2005.
December 16, 2009
Various outlets are reporting it: Roy E. Disney, nephew of Walt Disney, has passed away from Stomach Cancer. Roy worked for his Uncle and Father’s company as an editor, screenwriter, and producer in the 1950’s and went on to be head of Disney Animation during a period that brought the company back from near extinction with films like Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King.
He’s also known for several battles within the company. As a major shareholder, he deposed two company Presidents and fought to keep the company’s quality from dropping to, what he thought, were unacceptable levels.
December 3, 2009
Michael Giacchino’s score from the latest Pixar movie, Up, is being offered up for free. Details below.
September 4, 2009
There are a lot of unanswered questions about the news that shocked me Monday morning. By Monday night, I realized we should have seen it coming. Keep reading to hear my thoughts on the possible pros and cons to this deal, and to go through the signs that seem obvious in retrospect.