What his work on Up, Star Trek, The Incredibles, and the small screen's Lost taught him about writing a powerful piece of movie music.
The American Reunion and Ice Age franchises are shockingly huge abroad.
In return, the John Carter helmer hopes to make another live-action movie.
Free Woola! (Remember? No?)
Even Pixar was like, "Guys, let's think about this."
The job has been vacant since Rich Ross lost his job last month. The next chief will have to figure out what "Disney" means in 2012.
John Carter. Enough said.
Nope, Cowboys & Aliens still looks ridiculous.
And John Carter is still losing.
Plus, John Carter sinks further.
And how director Andrew Stanton had only himself to blame.
Seuss film snags another $40 million while John Carter flounders.
Consolation prize: It was Russia's biggest-ever opener.
There’s no wonder or elation or even dopy sincerity here — just a high level of proficiency and, yes, a lot of expensive CGI.
Not too many more.
"Kind of a giant Red Bull-infused dog."
Featuring J Dilla as J Woola, obviously.
Plus: Ed Helms fed alligators marshmallows in the Bayou, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Says Taylor Kitsch.
"It’s really like we’ve made the pilot to a season we’re hoping to get."
John Carter, take note: Movies involving the red planet tend to struggle.
Is John Carter hoarding a collection of magic beans?
Nope, we still have no idea what's going on here.
Would Tim Riggins see this movie?