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CLIP: The Howling Commandos Join “Ultimate Spider-Man” for Halloween on October 5, 2013 (UPDATED with Clip #2)

by Ed Liuon October 2, 2013
Marvel Entertainment has released the following video clip from the upcoming Halloween episode of Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man, set to premiere on Disney Channel on Saturday, October 5, 2013, at 9:00 PM (8:00 PM Central): OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS: BIG HEROES! BIG VILLAINS! AND BIGGER ADVENTURES…this week Share Your Universe with a brand new Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man Halloween […]
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PR: “Disney’s Planes” Blu-ray Combo Pack Coming on November 19, 2013

by Ed Liuon September 30, 2013
The High-Flying Adventure About Dreams Taking Flight Lands on Blu-ray™, DVD, Digital HD and On-Demand on November 19, 2013, Just in Time for the Gift-Giving Holiday Season Burbank, Calif., September 27, 2013 – Disney’s heartwarming family comedy, “PLANES,” revved up with high-flying action and adventure, lands in homes and mass retailers nationwide on November 19th. […]

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Disney Releases New “Frozen” Trailer

by Ed Liuon September 26, 2013
Walt Disney Feature Animation has released the new trailer for Frozen, the upcoming CGI animated film slated for release on November 27, 2013.
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Den of Geek Interviews Disney’s Peter Del Vecho on “Frozen,” “Treasure Planet,” & More

by Ed Liuon September 25, 2013
Den of Geek has interviewed Disney producer Peter Del Vecho about his work on Frozen, Treasure Planet, and other films at the studio. Among other topics, Del Vecho discusses the rationale behind some of the changes on the path from The Snow Queen to Frozen; changes in the studio from Tangled to Frozen; technical challenges […]

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First Look Images at Disney’s “The Pirate Fairy” Released

by Ed Liuon September 23, 2013
In conjunction with last week’s International Talk Like a Pirate Day, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has released the following first-look images from The Pirate Fairy, set for release in a Blu-ray Combo Pack in Spring 2014. The movie stars Christina Hendricks as Zarina (at left in the photo above) and Tom Hiddleston as James […]
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Disney Moves Pirates To 2016

by Alex Beanon September 19, 2013
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! Jack Sparrow will have at least another year of rum all to himself and any wenches he chooses as Disney has elected to move the newest “Pirates of the Caribbean” sequel – the fifth in the franchise – to a new release date in 2016. “Pirates of […]

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Disney Moves “Maleficent” Closer, But “Dinosaur” And “Dory” Farther Away

by Alex Beanon September 19, 2013
With the possibility of trying to lure people into the cinema during 2014 World Cup in Brazil and competing against sequels from entrenched franchises Transformers and Fast & Furious, Disney has decided instead to move Maleficent – its film about the villain from Sleeping Beauty and starring Angelina Jolie – back to a May 30, […]
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Review: “Wander Over Yonder” – You Should Wander Over Immediately

by KarlOlsonon September 13, 2013
It’s been awhile since we last saw Craig McCracken in action. The genius creator of The Powerpuff Girls and co-creator of Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends seemed to disappear as a wave of new talent spilled onto the US animation scene. While young blood like Pendleton Ward, J.G. Quintel and Alex Hirsch have been delivering […]

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Review: “Wander Over Yonder” Worth the Trip

by Weathermanon September 13, 2013
Some shows have a great big high-minded purpose with massive casts and a sprawling epic story with dozens of intersecting plotlines. And some shows are Wander Over Yonder, where there’s just two main characters (so far anyway) and they mostly exist to make themselves laugh. Those two main characters are Wander, a happy-go-lucky guy who […]
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Review: “Robin Hood” Blu-ray – A Slight But Enjoyable Effort

by SB20xxon September 6, 2013
Robin Hood isn’t often lumped in with the great Disney animated films, and while I wouldn’t pretend to claim it’s one of my all-time favorites, I genuinely like it and think it deserves some credit. I say this because when you consider much of the competition in the ’70s, it looks amazing. Sure, Ralph Bakshi […]