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‘Solo’ Will Lose $50M-Plus in First Defeat for Disney’s ‘Star Wars’ Empire

Lucasfilm's stand-alone Han Solo origin pic is faltering at the global box office, where it is expected to top out in the $400 million range. To borrow one of Han Solo's lines from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, "That's not how the Force works!" It's an apt way to sum up the troubled performance of Solo: A Star Wars Story. In one of the biggest box-office surprises in recent times, Solo is badly underperforming […]

todayJune 5, 2018


Why Some Solo: A Star Wars Story Posters Are Missing Blasters

Recent international posters for Solo: A Star Wars Story have led many to assume that Disney is making a sweeping change to the marketing plan to remove all blasters from the movie’s marketing, but that’s a gross misunderstanding of the situation. Anyone that knows Star Wars knows about the “Han shot first” mantra that originated with George Lucas’ edits to the original trilogy during his Special Edition re-releases in the […]

todayMarch 24, 2018


4 Reasons Marvel And Disney Moved ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ To April

Well, this isn't going to make Dwayne Johnson very happy. Walt Disney and Marvel just announced that Avengers: Infinity War will be opening everywhere, all over the world, on April 27, 2018. That's about when it was going to open in much of the world in a standard MCU overseas rollout, but the change means that North American audiences get it a week early as well. That's horrible news for A) Dwayne […]

todayMarch 1, 2018


Disney-Film Critics Standoff: How It Could Impact the Oscar Race

Four critics groups have said they won't consider Disney titles for year-end awards — could the HFPA's Golden Globe Awards and BFCA's Critics' Choice Awards be next? The war between Disney and the Los Angeles Times — two of Hollywood's biggest powerhouses — is forcing others to take sides, with implications that could be as far-reaching as the Oscars. Disney, unhappy with a Los Angeles Timesarticle about the company's operations in Anaheim, banned Times film […]

todayNovember 8, 2017


Disney’s World of Avatar: What It’s Like to Spend a Day on Pandora

Heat Vision went on an early scouting mission to James Cameron's long-awaited attraction, which opens to the public Saturday. If you've passed through the gates of Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom Park, you're familiar with the signposts pointing toward exotic locales like Africa and Asia. Enter the Florida park now, though, and you'll notice those signs have added a new directional arrow, one leading to the fictional land of Pandora. […]

todayMay 27, 2017


Jared Leto Circling ‘Tron’ Reboot at Disney

After canceling a third installment in the sci-fi franchise in 2015, Disney is exploring the idea of a movie that would act as a Leto vehicle. Disney is planning to get back on the grid. The studio is in the very early stages of development for a new Tron movie, with Oscar-winning actor Jared Leto circling to star, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. No writer has been hired at this […]

todayMarch 4, 2017


The Lion King’ Remake Has A New Simba

Back in September, Disney announced plans to create a remake of its animated classic “The Lion King.” This time around, director Jon Favreau will likely use CGI animation to create a circle of life that looks much more realistic than it did in the 1994 version. Disney is currently rebooting many of the music-filled movies that dominated previous generations’ childhoods ― including “Beauty and the Beast,” “Cinderella,” “Pete’s Dragon” and “The Jungle […]

todayFebruary 18, 2017


Disney Developing Live-Action ‘Snow White’

The Girl on the Train' screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson will pen the script for the project, which will feature new original songs. Who's the fairest of them all? Disney is ready to take on another of its classic fairytales with a new musical, live-action version of Snow White. Erin Cressida Wilson, who penned the adaptation of The Girl on the Train, is in negotiations to write the script for the […]

todayNovember 1, 2016


Rio Olympics: ‘Rogue One,’ ‘Pete’s Dragon’ Lead Movie Advertising Blitz

The first trailer for December's 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' debuted exclusively on Thursday night's broadcast of the Summer Olympics, while a new trailer for Tom Hanks' 'Inferno' and a teaser Amy Adams' 'Arrival' premiered during the games earlier this week. There's an unofficial sport taking place during the Summer Olympics in Rio — promoting Hollywood movies in a bid for the gold. Studios are spending many millions to […]

todayAugust 12, 2016

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