At the D23 Expo, Bob Iger, CEO of Disney, put both Jack Kirby and Stan Lee into the Disney Legends Hall of Fame with some touching tributes.
So over on Postal Apocalypse, there was another question about the future of Star Wars after the Han Solo director shakeup and Rob Bricken’s response was, basically, that the movies will be good, but not great, which is what Disney wants.
I saw Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 tonight. Was it good? Hell yes. Was it as good as the first film? Eh, not quite. But it didn’t need to be. It was good on its own, by itself, and it served all the characters well. Hell, it introduced a buttload of more characters that I want to see more of right now.
It’s kinda funny that a film that features the line “never go back to your childhood” is a remake of a classic Disney animated film. It’s a cynical marketing ploy to remake a film that sticks so close to it’s source material, but when the source material is this good, it’s hard to find anything worth changing, and…
I saw 1985's The Black Cauldron when I was a kid and I remember at the time finding it to be a surprisingly disturbing film. Watching it as an adult a few nights ago, I can say it’s still disturbing, for the same reasons, but now I don’t think they were quite intentional. It’s a film in which visual beauty coexists…
Sabine’s training as some kind of half-Jedi began on “Trials of the Darksaber”, last night’s new Star Wars Rebels written by Dave Filoni. A story that mostly worked if you don’t think too hard about some of it, it introduced some nice conceptual points about Jedi and Mandalore while going some ways to finally…
When Disney makes an animated film about how real life is messy, how messy can it be? 2016's Zootopia has unavenged violence against children, debate about biological justifications for racial stereotypes, positive portrayals of mobsters, and a song by Shakira called “Try Everything”. I don’t think the implications of…
So hey, the first Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer was just released. I liked it! I mean, it felt like Spider-Man, so that was good. It has some great fighting scenes, some great funny scenes, and holy hell Michael Keaton’s Vulture is scary as fuck. But, in addition, it also featured a nice Easter Egg for eagle-eyed (or…
My daughters and I are really enjoying Elena of Avalor. I love that she’s Latinx and, more importantly, that she’s learning to be a fair and effective leader, but I’ve had to repeatedly defend her online. So I decided to address the two main complaints I’ve seen here.
Both The Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival and International Comic Art Festival have been and gone, but the Shropshire town is being hailed as the capital of British comics industry.
Our March Madness competition to determine the most powerful Disney character of all time has finally come to an end!
Welcome to the Final Round for Non-Productive.com’s March Madness competition to determine the most powerful Disney character of all time!
We wrapped up our time at Tokyo Disney Friday night. The kids did awesome. Here my son is piloting his racer around the Disney Speedway.
After an insane month-long battle, our March Madness competition to determine the most powerful Disney character of all time has finally come to an end!
Disney’s Dixieland side-band.
You guys know I love Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, right? I’ve been trying to promote it on here for a while now. But do you know what makes the show so much better? That’s right: a Disney Villain Song.