The first Disney princess film to completely root itself in anything like the true feminine experience.
At least Monsters University ain't Cars 2
Last week, Disney Studios announced its classic 1992 animated film Aladdin will be making its Broadway debut in 2014. While Disney produced several home runs on stage, the potential nostalgia factor this has for '90s kids is absolutely off the charts. Why let Disney have all the fun when the '90s pr ... More >>
M. Ward, Zooey, (and Tigger too!)As if its empire wasn't vast enough, Disney is making eyes at the Pitchfork-reading crowd with some new soundtracks featuring the likes of Zooey Deschanel, M. Ward, My Morning Jacket, Andrew Bird, and Sondre Lerche. With the release of the hand-animated (vintage ... More >>
With Daft Punk on the score
by Michal DanielYoung love, rustic-style: Sam Bardwell and Alayne Hopkins in "Mary's Wedding"The 2010 Ivey Awards went down last night at the State Theatre. The show was a well-oiled machine from its inception six years ago, and Monday night's presentation did not stray from the blueprint: award ... More >>
...And that's the problem
When little Susie wants to see when Hannah Montana would be on the Disney channel, she might stumble across an even better option for her afternoon viewing pleasure: Busty Virgins.
Gimme Noise sticks up for the pre-teen Disney popsters, slips into an asbestos sweat suit.
You know that "creepy man" story you read in the news and repeat to all your buddies at the bar? Scratch that and use this one instead.
Minnesota's version of the Bug's Life bug zapper.
First, buy Disney eggs. Then, make Mickey Mouse shaped fried eggs. Next, throw up in your mouth a little.
What can stop 'High School Musical': The Musical? Nothing.
Canvassing Disney's 'America' with an independent filmmaker
Forget Eisner: Disney puts its stock in Dubya
'7 Blowjobs' and 'This Queer Life' talk about modern morality
Bubble Boy's comedy is not infectious
The Road to El Dorado turns the rape of the Americas into a ride through the Magic Kingdom
Hayao Miyazaki has devoted his films to mapping the idylls of childhood. Now, with his masterly Princess Mononoke, Japan's Walt Disney sets out for a new wilderness.
A new book examines what there is to celebrate in Disney's famous planned community
The Iron Giant tries to turn Disney's anthropomorphic style into a more efficient machine
Disney's Tarzan swings for evolution but slouches toward the primitive
Taken for granted and foregone?
The lines are drawn: Disney's Mulan does battle
Forty-odd years ago, Uncle Walt Imagineered a new kind of escapism. And now there's no way out of paradise.
Disney takes the Sin out of Synergy in its heavily hyped stage premiere of The Lion King.
Funky Dollar Bills: Herc and his manager talk marketing options
Hollywood 1996: Things are changing, and it's all the same.
Two theatrical premieres take excess to the max.