A busy February weekend in both the U.S. and China resulted in both hits and misses.
Two entertainment conglomerates – Walt Disney Company and Viacom – have revealed the first details about their streaming plans. Here’s a look at what they’re planning to each offer.
The artists at Walt Disney Animation Studios will have their say tomorrow.
Bob Iger had to take a big paycut in 2017, but this story has a Disney fairytale ending where he happily ends up making more money than ever before.
27 out of 31 professional American film critics’ groups have called “Coco” the best animated feature of 2017.
A “Haunted Mansion” animated series by “Kubo and the Two Strings” creator Shannon Tindle? It almost happened at Disney.
The biggest entertainment business story of the year: Disney and Fox are merging.
Disney’s “The Simpsons”? It’s almost a thing.
Two entertainment conglomerates are close to becoming one.
Mickey Mouse and Bart Simpson under one roof? Disney and Fox are trying to make it happen.
Happy birthday to the last living animator from the Golden Age of the Walt Disney Company.
The studio has confirmed that it has shelved “Jack and the Beanstalk” which had been slated for release in 2020.
John Lasseter and Ed Catmull hosted Chinese animation creators in Burbank at the Disney-China Animation Exchange Program.
“Zootopia 2” is on the fast-track at Disney.
Grunkle Stan isn’t taking the white nationalist movement sitting down. Thank his creator, Alex Hirsch.
“Bambi” offered a warning to humanity, but no one listened.
Soon, Disney and Pixar animated features will only be available to stream on a proprietary Disney service.
Before “Frozen” and “Zootopia,” there was a film called “Oilspot and Lipstick.”
A Hollywood screenwriter was unable to convince a judge that Disney stole “Zootopia” from him.
Could Whoopi Goldberg get “Song of the South” released in the United States?