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How Many Movies & TV Episodes Will Disney+ Have at Launch?

Safe to say, there will be no shortage of things to watch on Disney+ when the service launches later this year. Disney recently held its quarterly investor call and CEO Bob Iger divulged a bunch of new information regarding the studio’s streaming service. One of the biggest questions up to this point has been, how […]

New Planet of the Apes Movies Planned at Disney, Will Be a Continuation of the Saga

The Planet of the Apes franchise isn’t done yet, as it’s been revealed that the series will continue under Disney’s roof. Disney completed its $71.3 billion merger with Fox back in March, which brought with it the entirety of the movie studio 20th Century Fox. As such, Disney inherited a whole bunch of franchises and […]

This Holiday Season’s Must See Movies in Theaters

As most movie fans know Tim Burton came up with the idea for The Nightmare Before Christmas while doing some shopping as Halloween decorations were quickly replaced with their yuletide counterparts, resulting in a momentary mishmash of the two. With that in mind, it isn’t too crazy to start talking about This Holiday Season’s Must […]

November’s Must See Movies

Oscar bait biopics and prestige dramas aren’t the only things on the menu in November. Terminator: Dark Fate and Charlie’s Angels bring the action sequel bombast, with Midway giving the Roland Emmerich big-budget spectacle treatment to World War II. The Shining sequel Doctor Sleep arrives hot on the heels of It: Chapter 2 with horror […]

Sherlock Holmes 3 Is Shooting in California Along with 10 Other New Movies

The London-Based Sherlock Holmes is coming to The Golden State. Due to the state’s $330 million program, 10 projects have been approved to receive tax credits for shooting there, and Sherlock Holmes 3 is one of them. California’s Film Commission estimates that together, they will generate $310 million in spending across the state. Among the […]

A Groovy Good Time at the Movies

Last year, I saw the second trailer for Welcome to Marwen, and by the end of its wonderful 2-minute runtime, Marwen was my most anticipated film of the year. By the end of the movie’s 114-minute runtime, I had barely made it through my worst experience in a movie theater in a decade. I was […]

Birds of Prey Has Lowest Budget of All DCEU Movies Thus Far

Margot Robbie’s upcoming Harley Quinn spin-off Birds of Prey has the lowest budget of any DCEU movie to date. What does that mean exactly? It’s tough to say without having seen any footage yet, but it’s a bit telling when it comes to the overall strategy being employed by Warner Bros. and DC Films in […]

Netflix Won’t Lose Disney Movies Permanently or as Soon as Thought

While it’s true that Netflix is going to lose some key Disney titles in the coming months, that doesn’t mean they’re going to be out of the Disney game entirely, and certainly not permanently. As is also the case with other premium content currently housed on the world’s largest streaming service. Despite an incoming tidal […]

More Alien Movies Are Being Discussed at Disney Says Ridley Scott

Yes, Disney is discussing new Alien movies, as confirmed by director Ridley Scott. It just so happens that today marks the 40th anniversary of the original Alien, a movie that remains a powerhouse sci-fi classic and has really yet to be matched in the four decades since its initial release. Scott, for his part, returned […]

Star Wars Character Spin-Off Movies Are Done Hints Lucasfilm Boss

Sorry to those who were hoping to get that Boba Fett movie someday, but Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy has, more or less, made it clear that won’t be happening. When Disney purchased Lucasfilm in 2012, it was obvious that we were going to get new Star Wars movies, though it wasn’t clear just how many, […]