Moon Knight is Marvel’s version of Batman, sort of, or so they say. Either way, it does look promising and while I didn’t care much about Poe Dameron per se, I think Oscar Isaac is a great fit for the tragically comic dissociative identity disorder vigilante, plus I am a sucker for ancient Egyptian mythology! Series premieres March 30th on Disney+.
Pixar’s Turning Red is moving from a theatrical release to Disney+ on March 11th unless the streaming service is not available in your country. Disney will then release it theatrically in those markets. Disney+ subscribers around the world enthusiastically embraced Pixar’s Academy Award-winning Soul and the critically-acclaimed Luca when they premiered exclusively on the service, and we look...[Read More]
The director that brought us Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has officially been hired back by Marve (and Disney) to write and direct the sequel to Shang-Chi. Destin Daniel Cretton has not only been hired back for the sequel but also entered into a multi-year deal with the studio and will be also working a yet-to-be-announced Disney+ Series. Kevin Feige had this to say: Destin is an amaz...[Read More]
For those of not in the US we have Star for the adult entertainment side of Disney+ as we don’t have Hulu. As part of Disney+ Day the folks over at 20th Century Fox, a division of Disney, announced the following films. From the Disney press release: A fresh comedic twist on Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet” in which the classic love story is told from the perspective of Juliet’s cousin Rosa...[Read More]
John Hughes’ beloved holiday classic is getting a Disney reboot just in time for the holidays. On November 12th, exclusively on Disney+, Home Sweet Home Alone with debut based on a story by Hughes himself. The new film stars Archie Yates as the kid left alone and comedians Ellie Kemper and Rob Delaney as the thieves. Based on the trailer it looks more or less like a carbon copy of the 1990 H...[Read More]
Yes, you read that right. Disney+ Day is coming and there is nothing you can do about it. What does it mean? It means on November 12th Disney+ is going release something from their four key franchises, as well as surprising people with some sort of offers. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is leading the charge. What else is dropping on November 12th? Well, Jungle Cruise will go from Premi...[Read More]
Bryce Dallas Howard is stepping behind the camera to reboot, or as it was put elsewhere, re-image the 1986 sci-fi movie Flight of the Navigator for Disney+. The directing gig will reunite Howard with Disney+ who has directed an episode of The Mandalorian as well as an upcoming episode of The Book of Fett. The original film starred Joey Cramer, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Veronica Cartwright and foll...[Read More]
Most of this year Disney has toyed with Disney+ releases, some day and date with theatrical, some exclusive to the streaming platform. After the record breaking weekend for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings the studio has announced that all remaining movies for 2021 will get a 45-day exclusive theatrical window. That includes Eternals, West Side Story, The King’s Man, Ron’s Gon...[Read More]
This is going to be fun mmmmmmmkkkkk. We’re finally getting a new Muppet movie and I can’t wait to see who they puppets navigate the Haunted Mansion. Thanks to The Muppets official Twitter account we now have the official release date for the Disney+ release. Starting October 8th we’ve been invited to the spooky swinging soiree with Kermit and the gang.
Anthony Mackie, the actor who starred in six Marvel movies as the Falcon and in the Disney+ series “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”, has signed a deal to be the new Captain America in the upcoming Captain America 4 film. Source: Deadline
Well here is a surprise… okay not really. I expected Disney to do this with a few of the Fox titles after the purchased the company. Home Alone is getting a relaunch with a newly titled Disney+ movie called Home Sweet Home Alone. The new movie will stream on November 12th, exclusively on the streaming service. Archie Yates (JoJo Rabbit) is playing the left behind kid – Max Mercer. Elli...[Read More]