The window between theatrical releases and home entertainment distribution continues to shrink. Disney is releasing the HD version of “Frozen” on iTunes today, February 25th, while the film still remains in the top ten at the American box office.
In this special Cartoon Brew series, we asked the five nominees of the 2013 Best Animated Short Academy Award to discuss the artwork of their films. Today we conclude this exclusive look at the short contenders with “Get A Horse!,” a Walt Disney short directed by Lauren MacMullan.
In October, Disney Editions will release “Marc Davis: Walt Disney’s Renaissance Man,” a 208-page portfolio of artwork dedicated to Disney Nine Old Man Marc Davis.
Disney’s chipmunk duo, Chip ‘n’ Dale, may soon be revived in a live-action/CG hybrid, according to trade paper reports.
This new trailer for the Angeline Jolie-starring “Maleficent” debuted last night during the Grammy Awards broadast.
After all of the recent Walt Disney mudslinging, it’s nice to see a positive mention of the man, even if that positivity happens to be in the form of a TV commercial trying to sell you a luxury automobile.
The personal styles of individual animation artists will be front and center in a new book series being prepped by Disney Publishing.
Did Tom Hanks’ performance as Walt Disney in Saving Mr. Banks wet your whistle for another depiction of Mr. Disney on the big screen? Then 2014 just might be your year, because two independent biopics are scheduled to be released later this year.
Mickey Mouse and Damien Hirst are strange bedfellows. Hirst (b. 1965) is a multidisciplinary artist foremost in the group dubbed Young British Artists (YBAs). He burst onto the scene in the 1980s, a very promising maker of paintings, sculptures, and more. He has become extraordinarily successful, which does not necessarily mean that his promise has been fulfilled.
While we’ve already debunked Meryl Streep’s accusations that Walt Disney was a “gender bigot,” let us use her commetns as an opportunity to dig even deeper and find out what actions Disney actually undertook to encourage the advancement of women at his studio.