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Catwoman is the ultimate cat lady in this fantastically fun Batman fan art created by Deviant Art artist caanantheartboy. It features Catwoman surrounded by a bunch of other famous cats. The artist lists all of the cats included in the illustration in the following note...
Behind the couch: Krazy Kat, Azrael (Smurfs), Bill the Cat, Felix, Mad Cat (with a Hello Kitty doll), Top Cat and Snowball II. On (and above) the couch: Streaky (who is orange, yes. My bad!) Mooch (Mutts), Stimpy, Mr Kat (Kid vs Kat), Sylvester, Puss in Boots, Figaro. The rest: Tom, Simon's Cat, Nermal, Garfield, Penelope, O'Malley, Marie (I wasn't gonna do All the Aristocats!), Horse (Footrot Flats), the Cheshire Cat, and Bucky and Scratchy behind Batman. The posters are That Darn Cat and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. (I also could have done The Cat from Outer Space, Le Chat Noir, and many others. »
- Joey Paur
Disney may be the studio behind Pixar, the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the upcoming rebirth of the Star Wars saga. However, the studio also continues to deliver the same kind of entertainment as they did in the 1960s and 1970s, namely live-action comedies and light-hearted adventures for the whole family.
Films like The Apple Dumpling Gang and That Darn Cat brought audiences in for laughs, while Mary Poppins and Bedknobs and Broomsticks wowed them with the combination of animation and live-action. Now it seems that one film from that period of Disney magic is about to be revisited for the modern era.
According to Deadline, Disney is developing a remake/reboot of the 1977 film Pete’s Dragon with David Lowery and writing partner Toby Halbrooks attached to script the film. The original film was a musical about ...
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- Robert Yaniz Jr.
There's a huge, potentially franchise-starting movie that's been brewing just underneath the surface of mainstream movie coverage. It's a film from the good folks at Disney called "Tomorrowland," directed by "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol" director Brad Bird and starring George Clooney. Up until this point, the movie has remained incredibly mysterious. Now, HitFix claims to have obtained an official synopsis -- and it sounds nuts. Some (brief) background: In 2011, "Prometheus" screenwriter Damon Lindelof and Entertainment Weekly reporter Jeff Jensen dreamed up a project for Disney. It was supposedly based on a mysterious box that was found in the Walt Disney Archives, originally designated for the part of the company that would later become Imagineering (which designs and produces all the rides, shows, and restaurants for Disney). The box was labeled "That Darn Cat" (after the 1965 flick), but that label fell off, revealing another title underneath that read, simply: "1952." That would »
- Drew Taylor
As you all know by now Damon Lindelof, Brad Bird, and George Clooney are developing an intriguing sci-fi alien invasion film for Disney under the name 1952. A few little details here and there have hit the internet, but for most of it we don't know what's true or not. Two things we know for sure are that the story centers on aliens and that the creative team is looking to recapture the spirit of Steven Spielberg's classic movie, Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The second thing was confirmed by Lindelof and Bird when they tweeted out these two photos of a box marked 1952, and the contents of that box. For those of you who don't remember the story behind the box, here it is...
When Lindelof had a meeting to discuss the project with Disney’s head of production, Sean Bailey, the Disney exec arranged for Lindelof to »
- Joey Paur
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