Plus: James Cameron! Antony Yelchin! Barry Manilow!
Prior to today's Disney-Marvel deal, Pixar's John Lasseter met with Marvel executives and "the group got pretty excited pretty fast."
Plus: a Hendrix biopic that probably won't actually happen.
On Wednesday, Disney bought the domain names Monsters2.com, TheTigerKing.com, and ... OhSayCanYouPee.com.
Terrifying Alice in Wonderland Stills Make Where the Wild Things Are Look Downright Cheery by Comparison
It was just one of dozens of Easter eggs featured in the film.
The New York 'Times' asks, "Are the Jonas Brothers fizzling as a full-blown Walt Disney Company franchise?"
The label probably won't be buried, but that doesn't mean that President Daniel Battsek shouldn't start prepping his résumé.
Probably not, but then again, we majored in English, not finance.
Plus: Break-dance fighting!
The best just keeps getting better.
And no, it has nothing to do with the little elephant that probably dies in it.
Hide your Black Sabbath T-shirts!
And wait till you see Nikki Finke's latest photo-illustration!
Steven Spielberg's hilariously timed decision to split from Paramount and take DreamWorks independent last year continues to create problems today.
What to do, what to do?
Looks like Andy Samberg will have to satisfy his Mr. Pibbs and Red Vines cravings elsewhere.
Plus: 'Wall Street 2'!
Plus: Everybody's hiring Zach Galifianakis!
The man who brought life to 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' worked for nearly seven decades as a professional animator.
Disney, of course, doesn't think this is nearly as hilarious as we do.
The brothers are currently making only $12 million a year, which may seem like a lot to you but frankly isn't.
Plus: Is Hollywood's latest remake not lazy enough?
Poor Disney. They finally create a black heroine to add to their incredibly lucrative Princess line, and it's already backfiring on them.