We all have our childhood favorites–films we know by heart and love unconditionally. It’s only once we’re older, when we’re passionately sharing our love for the films that have made such an impact in our lives, that we realize that our top picks might be wildly under appreciated by almost everyone else on Earth.
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“Mary Poppins Returns” may not arrive in theaters until Christmas 2018, but sneak preview photos from the movie are here and, naturally, they’re practically perfect!
The film, which comes more than 50 years after Disney’s 1964 musical classic “Mary Poppins,” this time around stars Emily Blunt as the magical English nanny who offers joyful life lessons to everyone around her.
When the whole family’s involved, streaming can get a little sticky. Finding titles that are safe for all age groups is certainly not always an easy feat, but Netflix‘s selection of family-friendly Disney titles is truly unparalleled.
We’ve got some great bonus material to share with you today from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. The clips below are from the Table Read bonus feature showing the cast all together reading through and performing the script for the first time.
Beauty and the Beast | Table Read
Beauty and the Beast | Be Our Guest Table Read
Disney is currently on top of the world. They own some of the best assets in Hollywood today, with major franchises like Marvel, Pixar, and Lucasfilm, there’s no stopping Walt Disney’s amazing legacy.
Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) casts a large shadow over the movie industry. Four of the 10 highest-grossing movies of all time come from the House of Mouse, according to data from Box Office Mojo. The studio owns the market for children’s movies outright, including the entire top 10 of domestic G-rated titles.
The studios’ panels here at CinemaCon can last hours. Literally. There’s typically a lot of preamble, an exhibitor honor of sort of a legendary vet before the clips and stars start flying.
Colin Farrell is in negotiations to join Tim Burton’s Dumbo, the live-action adaptation of the 1941 animated classic for Disney, which is casting up now.
Have you recovered yet from “Beauty and the Beast”? Disney isn’t slowing down, so you better pace yourself. The record-breaking adaption starring Emma Watson is a major indicator of more live-action magic to come. Disney is developing a ridiculous number of remakes — some expected, and others totally out of left field.
Movie fans have had years to enjoy Beauty and The Beast for its many small details and references to other Walt Disney classics, but 2016 brings the tale as old as time to live action – and finds new ways to layer in extra secrets. Whether it’s references to the original, other Disney movies, or the story upon which Disney based their first rendition. Fans aren’t likely to catch them on their first viewing (if ever), but that’s why we’re here to offer a rundown and explanation of them all.