Disney may not have scored with an adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “John Carter of Mars,” but the author’s estate still hopes his book series can become a film franchise. The movie, TV and…
Hillary Schwartz, first assistant director on “Midnight Rider,” is expected to be booked on Tuesday in Wayne County, Ga. on charges of involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass related to the…
Disney said during its third quarter fiscal earnings call that it expects to lose between $160 million and $190 million from the disappointing performance of “The Lone Ranger.” The charges will be…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
For those who didn't find "Walk the Line" a sufficient exploration of the Johnny Cash-June Carter made-in-country-heaven romance, Lifetime putties in the gaps with "Ring of Fire," a handsome-looking…
The enduring and oft-tortured romance and marriage of Johnny Cash and the Carter Family's June Carter Cash continues to provide compelling cinematic subject matter. The latest incarnation of the…
The witches of "Oz the Great and Powerful" have a nice big hole to fly through this weekend: the only frame this month without a new major tentpole. Disney blockbuster is poised to continue its…
Forget basketball — the new March Madness is happening at the movies. Studios are packing four or more big-budget bets into the month that traditionally has hosted half that many. For the second year…
Disney's much-maligned tentpole "John Carter" received some measure of redemption from the Acad on Thursday with the news that it's made the list of 10 pics set for the Oscar visual effects bakeoff.
Forget the monstrous Tharks -- the biggest fight Disney's "John Carter" has faced has been the intensity of the media's focus on the sci-fi epic.
Disney’s $250 million “John Carter” is off to a rocky start at the domestic B.O., with the 3D fantasy epic tracking for a $28 million to $32 million weekend. Universal’s “The Lorax” should emerge…
To watch "John Carter" is to wonder where one might find the intuitive sense of wonderment and awe director Andrew Stanton brought to "Finding Nemo" and "Wall-E."