John Lasseter, the Pixar co-founder who quit the company following numerous allegtions of sexually inappropriate behaviour, was grilled by employees at his new company, according to reports.
A backlash is brewing following news that former Pixar head John Lasseter has been given a new job, heading indie studio Skydance’s animation arm. Lasseter, who directed Toy Story, Toy Story 2 and produced movies like Frozen and Finding Dory, took an extended sabbatical from Pixar last year, following multiple accusations of sexually improper behaviour over his long tenure at the award-winning animation house. Lasseter officially left Disney on 31 December, 2018 after serving briefly in a reduced role as consultant.
Samuel L. Jackson may have just accidentally let slip how Captain Marvel will foil finger-clicking mass murderer Thanos in Avengers: Endgame.
Hoping to calm things on the internet down a bit, Will Smith has confirmed that his Genie in Disney's live-action remake of Aladdin will be blue after all.
A deer poacher sentenced to a year in prison will have to watch the Disney classic Bambi at least once a month for the duration of his incarceration, a judge in Missouri has ruled.
British actor Kobna Holdbrook-Smith says hard work and determination propelled him from theatre education to starring alongside Emily Blunt in 'Mary Poppins Returns'.
A famous a cappella group from Princeton University in the US is to cut the song Kiss The Girl from the Disney movie The Little Mermaid from its repertoire after complaints of misogyny. The song from the 1989 animation, penned by the legendary Alan Menken and Howard Ashman, finds Sebastian, the talking crab, suggest that smitten Prince Eric just go ahead and kiss the mermaid Ariel, despite not having asked for her consent. In an editorial by sophomore student Noa Wollstein in the Daily Princetonian magazine, published on November 26 and entitled ‘Dear Tigertones, please stop singing Kiss The Girl’, the song stood accused of being ‘misogynistic and dismissive of consent’.
The age of the two-hour movie could be coming to an end, reckons Joe Russo, one of the directors of Avengers: Infinity War.
There are more than hidden Mickeys in Disney's smash-hit sequel 'Ralph Breaks the Internet', and we have the photographic evidence to prove it.
Linda Woolverton is apprehensive about Jon Favreau's film because of the outcome of the 'Beauty and the Beast' remake.
"They are a company that values the customer, that values their support," Taraji P.Henson says about Disney. "The people had a problem with something and they fixed it. And that's honourable."
Ralph Breaks The Internet satirises internet giants like eBay and Google, but its best gags are aimed directly at the Walt Disney Company.
Christmas lights have begun popping up in our little red dot – to celebrate the festive mood, Disney has lit up Orchard Road with characters from their Disney-Pixar and Disney movies we all love, like Mickey, Minnie Mouse to Ariel from The Little Mermaid.
Incredibles 2 has retained the top spot in this week's Official Film Chart despite strong challenges from the digital releases of 'Mission: Impossible 6' & 'Hotel Transylvania 3'.
Sir Kenneth Branagh says an "uninformed hunch" told him Judi Dench was the perfect actor to play Commander Root in Disney's fantasy epic.