Today is London Toy Fair and Funko are revealing all of their upcoming products for the first half of the year. Next up are an adorable entry into their Pint-Size Heroes line, with Disney joining the fray. Look for these in stores this spring.
When we last checked in on Disney’s hopes of breaking the all-time global box office record for a single year, previously held by Universal with $6.89 billion in 2015, the House of the Mouse was on track to easily hit their mark, with only about half a billion dollars left to go and Moana off […]
If you told me years ago that the guy from Swingers was going to be a major film director… I might have laughed. But Jon Favreau showed what he could do on Iron Man and he continues to improve with The Jungle Book. For a film that has so few humans in it, it’s a […]
Disney’s hugely popular, live-action adaptation of The Jungle Book will be available for digital viewing or purchase by the end of August. The film, which earned more than $911 million globally, was directed by Jon Favreau and stared Bill Murray, Sir Ben Kingsley, Lupita Nyong’o, Scarlett Johansson, Christopher Walken and more. The film will be […]
On Wednesday, Captain America: Civil War became the #1 box office grossing film of 2016 when it hit $982 million. Add in Thursdays take and the total sits at $991 million, just $9 million shy of the $1 billion mark on it’s 24th day of release. That breaks down to $314.3 million domestically and $676.7 […]
According to THR, the upcoming Gal Gadot led Wonder Woman film has been moved up from it’s original June 23rd, 2017 release date to June 2nd, 2017. The report also states that two untitled DC films have been added to the schedule October 5th, 2018 and November 1st, 2019. I would guess that one of […]
It’s been quite some time since I’ve seen a gallery of photos quite as beautiful as these. The cast of the live action version of The Jungle Book came together with their respective characters, and the result is flawless. Take a look at some of the photos below: I’m always quite skeptical of live action versions of […]
Harvey Kurtzman’s Jungle Book: Or, Up from the Apes! (and Right Back Down)—In Which Are Described in Words and Pictures Businessmen, Private Eyes, Cowboys, and Other Heroes All Exhibiting the Progress of Man from the Darkness of the Cave into the Light of Civilization by Means of Television, Wide Screen Movies, the Stone Axe, and […]
This is certainly a much more interesting and intriguing choice than Ron Howard.
You have Idris Elba and you’re only going to use his voice?
When Inarritu was attached to WB's version, it seemed like there could be very different takes on the same story, but Howard vs. Favreau?
Not content to let Disney hog all the Mowgli fun.
Jon Favreau is staying in business with Disney, next directing a live action remake of The Jungle Book for the Marvel parent company.
It's either ambitious or foolhardy of Disney to decide they want another pop at this.
Rudyard Kipling and Neil Gaiman stories both back on track for new big screen tellings.