Tom Holland Introduces Spoilery “Spider-Man: Far from Home” Trailer, with Points of Discussion

When Marvel Studios released their first trailer for “Spider-Man: Far from Home,” fans tended to assume it was a prequel. Their opinion was that it took place before 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War” where Peter Parker ultimately got “Thanos-snapped.” Such speculation died down with the release of this new movie trailer. This fact was pretty much … Continue reading Tom Holland Introduces Spoilery “Spider-Man: Far from Home” Trailer, with Points of Discussion

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“Avengers: Endgame” Surpasses $2-Billion Mark; Now 2nd-Highest All-Time Box-Office After Passing “Titanic”

It took only its own opening weekend for “Avengers: Endgame” to pass the $1-billion box office milestone. Since it’s been hyped as the definitive conclusion for a decade’s worth of MCU storytelling, that earning is expected. And with the rate it’s going, to double that take is apparently no sweat. As of its second weekend … Continue reading “Avengers: Endgame” Surpasses $2-Billion Mark; Now 2nd-Highest All-Time Box-Office After Passing “Titanic”

New “Star Wars” Books Tying to “The Rise of Skywalker” Announced for Late/Year-End 2019

As everyone already knows, the final segment of the “Star Wars” sequel trilogy, “The Rise of Skywalker,” premieres this December. Said to take place a year after “The Last Jedi,” it’ll see the last battle between the Resistance and the First Order, as well as between Rey and Kylo Ren. The movie has been hyped … Continue reading New “Star Wars” Books Tying to “The Rise of Skywalker” Announced for Late/Year-End 2019

Disney Gets Broadcast Company to Buy Sports Networks Left Over from Fox Deal; Might Get $10 Billion Out of Them

By now, the acquisition and merger by Disney of media assets from the former 21st Century Fox is old news. But even though said assets led by the 20th Century Fox film studios are now under the Disney umbrella, the whole process hasn’t finished yet due to some loose ends. By that we mean Disney … Continue reading Disney Gets Broadcast Company to Buy Sports Networks Left Over from Fox Deal; Might Get $10 Billion Out of Them

A Few More “Aladdin” TV Spots to Look Over

Guess what, it’s May! And three weeks from now Disney’s second live-action adaptation of their Renaissance-phase classic will hit cinemas worldwide. The “Aladdin” remake’s promised us a whole new world for its storyline. We can believe that with the plot tweaks we’ve seen so far in the trailer and TV-spots. Speaking of which, two more … Continue reading A Few More “Aladdin” TV Spots to Look Over

Disney Screening “Avengers: Endgame” before AMPAS Hints at Possible Oscar Drive

If you recall, films under the Disney umbrella got a respectable number of nominations in this year’s Oscars last February. True, only a lesser number became wins, but that’s beside the point. One of the Disney-affiliated nominees was Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther,” the first superhero film to get an actual Best Picture nomination (of a … Continue reading Disney Screening “Avengers: Endgame” before AMPAS Hints at Possible Oscar Drive

More Episodes of “Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventures” Web-Series

The Galaxy Far, Far Away that is the setting for the “Star Wars” franchise has always been full of adventures. That’s pretty much been the selling point of “Galaxy of Adventures,” an online micro-series on the Star Wars Kids YouTube channel. The show renders iconic scenes from the films in an intensely vibrant anime-like style. … Continue reading More Episodes of “Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventures” Web-Series

“Avengers: Endgame” Breaks 1 Billion Worldwide – on Opening Weekend

When Marvel Studios unleashed “Avengers: Infinity” war to the global movie-going audience last year, the film’s conclusion shocked everyone mightily. It also ensured that the fans will wait for the concluding “Avengers” installment, subtitled “Endgame,” with a fevered dedication. When it did premiere last week, it did not fail, both to impress and make bank. … Continue reading “Avengers: Endgame” Breaks 1 Billion Worldwide – on Opening Weekend

Our Two Cents on the Disney “Aladdin” Remake TV Spots

A month ago we finally got a good-length trailer for the newest live-action adaptation of a Disney Renaissance animated classic. Said trailer for “Aladdin” did a lot to restore some confidence in this remake by showing a better CGI rendition of Genie, plus live-action performance by Will Smith. The snippets of “A Whole New World” … Continue reading Our Two Cents on the Disney “Aladdin” Remake TV Spots

Disney Still Not Making “Song of the South” Available on Disney+ Streaming

When Disney formally introduced their exclusive streaming service Disney+ to the world, they promised to fill it with Disney content. Earlier statements from the company hinted that the platform will render unnecessary the practice of putting movies and series in a Disney vault. If it’s made by Disney or any production company under their umbrella, … Continue reading Disney Still Not Making “Song of the South” Available on Disney+ Streaming