Find out how the new Disney Channel Original Movie “Adventures in Babysitting” calls back to the 1987 Elisabeth Shue comedy classic.
‘Johnny Tsunami.’ ‘Halloweentown.’ ‘Teen Beach Movie.’ Cast your vote now for the best Disney Channel Original Movie ever made.
by Grace Hwang Lynch The watery backgrounds of Disney’s Bambi are uncharacteristically modern for animation of its time. Images are evocative and spare. Art aficionados might even compare the impressionistic landscapes of Bambi to Sung Dynasty Chinese paintings. The iconic look of the Disney classic animated film would not have been possible without Chinese American […]
Whenever you talk groundbreaking LGBT roles in television, it doesn’t take long for Billy Crystal and his performance as Jodie Dallas on the ABC sitcom “Soap” (1977-1981) to come up in the conversation. And while Crystal’s upcoming series “The Comedians” isn’t gay-centric since Crystal and actor Josh Gad play fictionalized versions of themselves, the topic of “Soap” […]
By Jethro Nededog The Disney Channel is tapping back into its rich history of villains for a new live-action original movie titled “Descendants.” Set to begin production next spring for a 2015 premiere, “Descendants” will introduce modern relatives of its greatest villains, specifically their teen offspring who are beginning to question the family business of […]
Secretly filmed at Walt Disney theme parks, “Escape from Tomorrow” is the provocative film critics said would never see the light of day.
Ellen DeGeneres is going fishing again with a sequel to the animated blockbuster “Finding Nemo.” Disney and its Pixar Animation unit announced Tuesday that DeGeneres will reprise her “Nemo” voice role for “Finding Dory.”
Tim Gunn has advised divas for years on “Project Runway,” so working with a princess is no big deal.
Former Mouseketeer Bonita Lynn Fields Elder, an agile dancer who showcased those skills on the 1950s children’s show “The Mickey Mouse Club” and later performed on Broadway, has died in Indiana at age 68.
You wouldn’t think any Disney cartoon feature could be called under-appreciated, but that term does apply to two films I’m very fond of that you can find on Comcast this month.