With this live action adaptation of the 1991 film Beauty and the Beast Disney, with the help of director Bill Condon and writers Stephen Chbosky and Evan Spiliotopoulos, will prove that no one does fairy tales quite like they do.
Homestead is a company in the most lucrative industry ever, colonising new planets. They’ll give you a fresh start on a new world, a chance to build and grow a new society. Embark on the Avalon for a 120 year journey, during which time you’ll be held in suspended animation. They’ve never had any problems, until now. Careful for spoilers.
A long time ago in a galaxy far far away Luke Skywalker helped the rebels take advantage of a design flaw in order to destroy the planet killing weapon known as the Death Star, but how did the rebels get the plans for the Death Star in the first place? That’s the story Lucasfilm, now owned by Disney, is telling in the first Star Wars spinoff film Rogue One, directed by Gareth Edwards.
Does Disney have another Frozen on its hands or will their latest princess sink.
A magical land that you’ve seen a million times before, but also completely different.
Mad Max is back after a 30 year absence from film, but can director George Miller recapture the excitement of the world he created after all these years?
In a desperate attempt to break the curse that prevents them from conceiving a child, a baker and his wife enter the woods in search of four magical ingredients. If they find all of the ingredients in time then the witch, who cast the spell, will remove it.
In 1959 Disney released Sleeping Beauty, which told the story of princess Aurora who was cursed by an evil fairy to fall into a death like sleep that could only be broken by true loves kiss. Now Disney is given that evil fairy, Maleficent, a chance to plead her case, but will it make a difference?
Picking up literally in the same scene that the last film ended the Muppets soon realise that the cameras aren’t going away, which can mean only one thing, the comeback was a success so they’re getting a sequel.
Though it’s still not clear whether these turtles are mutants, aliens or robots in disguise one thing is for sure, they look pretty different from the animated versions fans know and love.