Disney and Lucasfilm will begin production on the untitled Star Wars Han Solo prequel early next year. Alden Ehrenreich will play everyone’s favorite scoundrel from a galaxy far, far away. Chris Miller and Phil Lord are directing. In addition to Han, the film will feature Chewbacca. And now, it looks like another fan-favorite Star Wars character is making his return. Continue reading
The Rocketeer is a 1991 action adventure film based on the comic book character of the same name. The story follows Cliff Secord, a stunt pilot who discovers a rocket-powered jet pack and becomes the superhero known as Rocketeer. The film has become a cult favorite amongst fans, despite being a box office disappointment. However, The Rocketeer is set to return, but there’s a big twist. Continue reading
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story held its panel at the Star Wars Celebration today. Among the things shown at the presentation is a new behind-the-scenes sizzle reel. Titled the “Celebration Reel,” the three-minute featurette consists of interviews with cast and crew members, as well as teases of the film’s action and practical effects.
Check out the reel below, and stay tuned for more news as we have it. Continue reading
This year’s Fourth of July weekend sees the release of several new movies, including Warner Bros.’ The Legend of Tarzan, Disney’s The BFG, and Universal’s The Purge: Election Year. All three films challenge Finding Dory, which has held on to the #1 spot for two weeks in a row. However, Dory is holding on to her crown for another weekend. Continue reading
Back in 2012, Disney released the animated film Wreck-It Ralph, a fun and thoroughly engaging adventure focused on arcade game characters. The movie was a success, grossing $471.2 million worldwide and receiving plenty of praise from critics and audiences. A sequel has been discussed for a while, and now, it’s been confirmed. Continue reading
Unsurprisingly, Pixar‘s Finding Dory is yet another blockbuster hit for Disney this year. The animated film is a long-awaited sequel to 2003’s Finding Nemo, one of Pixar’s most beloved installments. Dory has been tracking for a big opening weekend, but is it enough to surpass Toy Story 3 as the biggest animated opening ever? And the answer is…yes! Continue reading
To say the least, Disney has been extremely successful at the box office this year. The studio distributed 2016’s current top three films – Captain America: Civil War ($1.1 billion), Zootopia ($1 billion), and The Jungle Book ($911 million). The only misstep is critical and financial bomb Alice Through the Looking Glass. But Disney is about to get back on track with this week’s Finding Dory. Continue reading