While filming for Captain America: Civil War is almost done, a “civil war” has been going on within the offices of Marvel Studios. However, that may have all come to a conclusion that fans can get behind. According to the latest reports, it seem that Kevin Feige has won more control over at Marvel Studios due to some behind the scenes restructuring. Thanks to the restructuring, Feige now reports directly to Disney chief, Alan horn, rather than Ike Perlmutter, the current CEO of Marvel Studios. (more…)

Toy Story Land at DisneyÕs Hollywood Studios in Florida -- The reimagining of DisneyÕs Hollywood Studios will take guests to infinity and beyond, allowing them to step into the worlds of their favorite films, starting with Toy Story Land. This new 11-acre land will transport guests into the adventurous outdoors of AndyÕs backyard. Guests will think they've been shrunk to the size of Woody and Buzz as they are surrounded by oversized toys that Andy has assembled using his vivid imagination.  Using toys like building blocks, plastic buckets and shovels, and game board pieces, Andy has designed the perfect setting for this land, which will include two new attractions for any Disney park and one expanded favorite. (Disney Parks)

Earlier today it was announced at D23 that Disney will adding a Star Wars Land expansion to both its Anaheim and Orlando theme parks. Turns out, that was just the tip of the iceberg. Disney is rolling out a slew of new lands and entertainment experiences. Star Wars, Toy Story Land, Pandora – The World of AVATAR, Soarin’, Iron Man and much much more! (more…)

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As we figured they would, Disney unleashed footage today at their annual D23 Expo from Marvel’s highly anticipated Captain America: Civil War. Disney/Marvel haven’t released this footage online yet, but there are first hand accounts and descriptions to go by that paint a very clear picture. From the sound of things, this looks to be Marvel’s biggest cinematic construct yet. (more…)

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Disney is well-known for driving their franchises right to the bank. If they can make a sequel to a movie, chances are they will. And nowhere is this more prevalent than among their Pixar films. So prepare yourselves for another dose of movies that you may or may not care about with this D23 Expo poster reveal. Scroll on to see the first imagery being used to promote Cars 3, Toy Story 4, The Incredibles 2 and Finding Dory. (more…)

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The upcoming Guardians of The Galaxy animated series has nothing to do, story wise, with the movie-verse. Still its the same rag tag crew of space bound misfits teaming up to save the universe from itself. If the following clip is any indication, this series will reveal more backstory about our characters than the feature film did.

The clip in questions sees Peter Quill (Will Friedle) meeting the Ravager, Yondu for the first time!  (more…)


The creator of High School Musical, Kenny Ortega, has his latest Disney project Descendants hitting the Disney Channel later this month and now you can check out the first six minutes of the new movie. Descendants is all about the children of Disney’s most evil villains, Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty, Cruella de Vil from 101 Dalmatians, Jafar From Aladdin, and the Evil Queen from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. You can check it out below. (more…)

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Disney has been pulling from its on well a lot lately, with live-action adaptations of their animated classics. Films like Alice Wonderland, Cinderella, and Maleficent have all gotten the live-action reboot treatment. The trend isn’t stopping anytime soon. An Alice in Wonderland sequel is on the way, along with new versions of The Jungle BookBeauty and the BeastDumboMulanWinnie the Pooh, and Pinocchio. Now, another animated cornerstone from the Disney vault is getting a wave by the live-action magic wand… The Sword in the Stone. 


GQ chose Amy Schumer for their annual Comedy Issue which featured a photo layout of Schumer mixed into the Star Wars Universe. It was a hot post last week, with a lot of mixed reactions from fans. Disney came out later with a Twitter statement labeling the photo shoot as an inappropriate use of their characters that they: didn’t approve, participate in, or condone. GQ also asked Schumer to design her own GQ cover shot and include her own cover lines for the articles inside her comedic imaginary GQ cover issue. (more…)