Disney has taken its puppets to some incredible levels, but all of them will pale in comparison to what it has planned for the future. According to some patents that have surfaced, Disney is looking to add drones to its entertainment arsenal, reserving them for use with puppets of all sizes.
Amazon is once again nixing movie pre-orders, this time against Disney, likely as a move to "motivate" negotiations in a direction it considers more favorable. Neither Disney or Amazon have commented on the matter, but it has been noted that recent Disney movies like Guardians of the Galaxy are not available for pre-order on Amazon.
In a bit of timing which can only be described as a home run, Disney has revealed the next Marvel Super Heroes to be coming to the Disney Infinity universe in the "2.0 Edition" release. This game and environment will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360 this Fall.
Not just Star Wars 7, and not just the rest of the Star Wars movies, but every Disney-owned property should be feeling fairly confident after words shared by Disney CEO Bob Iger in the 125th anniversary edition of the Wall Street Journal this week. In it, Iger speaks of the future of entertainment, centering on Storytelling - and virtual reality.
One of the first Star Wars games to be developed with the Disney Video Games team is Star Wars Assault Team - and it’s surprisingly decent. This game is entirely free and made to be a mix between turn-based card collecting and adventure. Here you’ll be able to play on your iPhone or iPad on iOS, Android devices, and devices running either Windows Phone 8 or Windows on your desktop.
Lucasfilm, who owns Star Wars, and Marvel, who owns Guardians of the Galaxy, are now both owned by Disney, who owns Mickey Mouse. What if the creative heads that lead to the trailers for the upcoming film were to make a trailer for the decades-old classic? Well, what else would you get if not the first real guardians of the galaxy, complete with a catchy but almost inappropriate soundtrack.
It’s time to bring some Tarth to a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. The cast for Star Wars, Episode 7 has expanded to include two new stars this morning, including Lupita Nyong'o of 12 Years a Slave fame and Gwendoline Christie from Game of Thrones.
Late last year, it was announced that a live-action series of Marvel Comic's Daredevil would be coming by way of Netflix. Who would play the super hero wasn't known at the time, but it seems a decision may have been made: Charlie Cox of Boardwalk Empire has been tipped for the role.
If you’ve been to a Disney Store over the past few months, you may have noticed an influx of Star Wars toys and products. Disney’s acquisition of Star Wars wasn’t the first time the two brands collaborated, but now that one owns the other, one must sell the other. It’s come to our attention this week that Disney Stores do not - and have no plans to - sell Princess Leia in any way, shape, or form.