One week after winning historic Oscar, Zhao debuts footage from her MCU star-studded debut, with a cast that features Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek and a buff Kumail Nanjiani.
A casting notice first posted by the official Twitter account for the annual San Francisco Trans March earlier this week reveals that Pixar is seeking a transgender performer to provide the voice of a transgender girl in an upcoming animated project.
Mark Elliott, a voice actor for numerous Disney movie trailers as well as Star Wars radio spots, has died. He was 81.
"You were like a rocket that flew me to the moon + never brought me back down," Miley Cyrus writes in a new letter to her breakout Disney character.
National Treasure is coming back as a Disney+ series, but this time a Latina will be the heading on the adventure. Deadline announced on Wednesday that the long talked-about series has been green-lighted for a 10-episode season and will explore “the timely issues of identity, community, historical authorship and patriotism, told from the point of view of Jess Morales, a twenty-year-old DREAMer who, with her diverse group of friends, sets off on the adventure of a lifetime to uncover her mysterious family history and recover lost treasure.” No word yet on who’ll play Jess yet, but at least we don’t have to deal with a character being named Benjamin Franklin Gates again.
Disney+'s latest Marvel series catches up with Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes as they cope with the aftermath of "Endgame" — and unveils the next hero who wields the star-spangled shield.
During the Grammys, Disney dropped the latest trailer for “Cruella” starring Emma Stone. Before she was the evil villain in “101 Dalmatians,” Cruella de Vil got her start in customer service. Set to an electrified “These Boots Are Made for Walking,” a young, fiery, red-haired Cruella (Emma Stone)— then known as Estella— balances her janitorial […]
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From the climactic clash to the credits sequence that is polarizing fans, here's the breakdown of the internet-breaking finale (seriously, streaming overload crashed Disney+ once again).
She's a princess inspired by Marvel's Star-Lord. Kelly Marie Tran and Awkwafina, directors Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada, writers Adele Lim and Qui Nguyen and producer Osnat Shurer go inside Disney's ground-breaking "Raya and the Last Dragon."
SPOILER ALERT: Do not read this story unless you’ve seen Season 1, Episode 8 of Disney Plus’ “WandaVision.” After eight episodes, six distinct television eras, and apparently two rival Visions, Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision” first — and possibly only — season is coming to a close this Friday on Disney Plus. But we still have so […]
Thorne says breaking away from her Disney image was "very, very hard."
The ex-Disney star said she took the "Shake It Up" role because her family was "on the brink of poverty."
Tom Holland exclusively tells Yahoo that he's "blown away" by footage of his upcoming Marvel movie as the official title — and link to "WandaVision" — is revealed.
Since Walt Disney Pictures Animation first debuted “Big Hero 6” in 2014, the movie’s intrepid inventor Hiro, his adorable robot companion Baymax, and their team of STEM-enhanced superheroes have been regular fixtures within the larger Disney pop-culture ecosystem. Despite recent reports, however, Hiro, Baymax and the rest of the “Big Hero 6” crew are not […]
The actress spoke to Ben Shapiro about Pedro Pascal, her controversial tweets and being called a "racist" and "transphobe."
Producer Osnat Shurer, writers Adele Lim and Qui Nguyen and directors Don Hall and Carlos López-Estrada explain significance of boundary-breaking animated feature, opening March 5 in theaters and on Disney+.
Oscar winner Emma Stone plays the younger version of the dog-napping villainess, who at this point in her career is merely an aspiring fashion designer in 1970s London.
Carano was fired from the "Star Wars" series last week after posting and reposting a string of controversial messages.
To see her is to take a sudden chill. Indeed, in a new poster for “Cruella”, fans are getting a chillingly close look at Emma Stone’s take on one of Disney’s most iconic villains. Hello, Cruel World. New Trailer Tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/UpOkEX07M7 — Cruella (@cruella) February 16, 2021 Seemingly taking inspiration from the fashion magazines that she herself will one day control, the poster spotlights a young Cruella DeVil as an edgy cover girl. Naturally, it sticks to the villain’s black and white motif, with only her name appearing in blood red. The poster marks the first new glimpse of Stone in all her DeVil-ish glory since 2019, when the first images from the film were revealed at the D23 Expo. Here’s your first look at Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil in Disney's Cruella. The film, also starring Emma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser, and Joel Fry, comes to theaters May 28, 2021. #D23Expo pic.twitter.com/KqxJ0yMYQ3 — Walt Disney Studios (@DisneyStudios) August 24, 2019 The images came with the announcement that the film had finally gone into production. Also Read: Emma Stone to Star in Showtime Comedy Series 'The Curse' From Safdie Brothers, Nathan Fielder It’s been a long road for the villainous origin story. “Cruella” was first announced in 2013, but Stone wasn’t cast as its lead until 2016. Production itself didn’t begin for yet another three years, and wrapped in November of 2019. It was originally expected to hit theaters during the 2020 holiday season, but was instead pushed to the summer 2021. The film is set to follow Cruella DeVil through the early ’70s, on her journey to becoming the nefarious fashion designer we know and hate in “101 Dalmatians.” Naturally, the story will be set in London. Emma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser and Joel Fry are all set to star alongside Stone, as Baroness, Horace and Jasper, respectively. “I, Tonya” director and Disney alum Craig Gillespie is set to direct. Glenn Close, who played Cruella DeVil herself in both the 1996 live-action “101 Dalmatians” and its sequel in 2000, is attached as an executive producer. While the poster doesn’t give a specific date, simply revealing May 2021, it was previously announced that Cruella will premiere on May 28th, 2021. The film’s first trailer will drop on Wednesday, February 17. Read original story Emma Stone’s Cruella Is Ready for Her Close-Up in New Poster At TheWrap
Cheered on by outraged fans, Lucasfilm fired actress following history of controversial social media posts. Now conservative critics like Ted Cruz have taken up her cause, claiming she's a victim of "cancel culture."