A live-action version of the The Hunchback of Notre Dame is in the works at Disney with Josh Gad producing and possibly starring.
Many Star Wars fans are upset at Disney for the way that they are treating the creator of the Darth Vader fan film Shards of the Past.
Paul King has left Disney's live-action Pinocchio, becoming the second director to leave the project over the past two years.
It's beginning to look like the Disney and Fox deal may have killed off three anticipated Marvel projects.
Disney's live-action remake of The Lion King will follow the original story closely, but many who worked on the original story will not receive credit.
Disney Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of The Little Mermaid with a first-ever 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release this winter.
Emily Blunt may well return as the magical nanny once again following the success of Mary Poppins Returns.
First three Pixar short films debut Jan. 18, 2019 at Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre with availability on YouTube and Disney+ to follow.
To coincide with Disney's premiere of the live-action Aladdin reboot, The Asylum will be releasing a mockbuster reimagining.
Despite leaving Disney following a harassment scandal, Skydance has hired John Lasseter to head up their animation studio.
Disney has announced the 4K, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital release for The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, which is loaded with extras.
Bob Iger has confirmed that the upcoming Disney+ streaming platform will not be making original Star Wars movies.
Disney has released a brand new photo of Naomi Scott's Jasmine from Aladdin, who will focus on the character's strength and intelligence.
Disney has released character posters for their highly anticipated upcoming live-action remake of Dumbo.
Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep, and Forky are on the run in a new image from the highly anticipated Toy Story 4.
This week's only major release, Escape Room, won't be enough to dethrone Aquaman as the box office champ.
Hollywood is a franchise machine these days and 2019 has a ton of sequels of all shapes and sizes for moviegoers to take in.
From Mortal Engines to Solo, studios took some mighty big swings and whiffed it several times out in 2018.
The cinema landscape was redrawn by Netflix and Disney, whose competition led to a culturally diverse, fantastic year at the movies.