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John Lasseter Hire Prompts Tough Questions At Skydance Town Hall; David Ellison Asks Staff For Time & Patience

  • Deadline
Exclusive: Three town halls were held yesterday at Skydance Media regarding the studio’s hiring of former Walt Disney Animation/Pixar boss John Lasseter, and we understand from sources that CEO David Ellison made it clear to staff that if there’s any missteps with the former executive, who was accused of sexual harassment, he’s out.

We hear that Ellison spoke candidly and emotionally about his deep concern for the employees and the future of the company, and underscored Skydance’s zero tolerance policy for harassment.

Out of the three town halls – Skydance Interactive in Marina del Rey, the corporate film/TV offices in Santa Monica and the Skydance Animation suites at Mid-Wilshire – the latter division was the toughest with its questions. No word about anyone specifically up and leaving the company, but Ellison, we hear, asked employees for their time and patience and the chance for Lasseter to
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John Lasseter Lands a New Job at Skydance, But At What Cost?

On Wednesday, the animation industry was rocked by two major events: Ousted Pixar/Disney leader John Lasseter resurfaced as head of upstart Skydance Animation, and DreamWorks Animation TV head Margie Cohn took over feature animation from Chris deFaria (who served as president for only two years). Her elevation should improve synergy at DreamWorks and create greater unity with Illumination, which has taken an active role in developing “Shrek” and “Puss in Boots” sequels.

But the Lasseter hire was the most shocking update, as it found the disgraced animation guru instantly returning to a new senior leadership position after a string of sexual harassment allegations took him out of circulation.

It was unlikely that Lasseter would ever return to Disney and Pixar, the company he helped launch more than 30 years ago, or any other major studio. The post-Lasseter era at Pixar and Disney has already begun, with the promise of greater inclusion,
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‘Bumblebee’ Buzzes Into China With $59M; ‘Aquaman’ Sets Course For $1B Worldwide – International Box Office

  • Deadline
Sunday Update, writethru: During a busy post-holiday holdover/expansion frame overseas, Warner BrosAquaman showed his muscle again, cruising well past the $900M mark globally as he charts a course for $1B. After holding the No. 1 spot at the international box office for four straight weekends, however (and as expected), he ceded the slot to Paramount’s Bumblebee which buzzed into China on Friday.

The yellow Bug grossed $82.7M in 63 markets this session, including China where it revved up with a No. 1 start of $59.4M at 9,180 locations. With $6.1M from 584 Middle Kingdom IMAX screens, Bumblebee logged the format’s 3rd best January start there ever.

Transformers movies are typically strong in China, although 2017’s The Last Knight didn’t catch fire the way Age Of Extinction had in 2014. Bumblebee is a different kind of Transformers and is connecting with local audiences giving it positive word of mouth. The Hailee Steinfeld
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The Five Best Songs from the Tangled Soundtrack

The tale of Rapunzel has been told in a few ways when it comes to children’s stories, but Tangled is perhaps one of the best to come along in a long time. The songs used in the movie are also some of the best since Disney rarely ever does things halfway, meaning that if the movie is going to be something special then so is the music. This time they managed to nab Mandy Moore for the soundtrack, a noted singer and actress that has excelled in a lot of things she’s done and was a prize that they simply

The Five Best Songs from the Tangled Soundtrack
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Oscar Flashback: Best Original Songs of the early 2010s, including ‘Skyfall,’ ‘Let It Go’

Oscar Flashback: Best Original Songs of the early 2010s, including ‘Skyfall,’ ‘Let It Go’
This article marks Part 25 of the Gold Derby series analyzing 84 years of Best Original Song at the Oscars. Join us as we look back at the timeless tunes recognized in this category, the results of each race and the overall rankings of the winners.

The 2010 Oscar nominees in Best Original Song were:

“Coming Home” from “Country Strong”

“If I Rise” from “127 Hours

“I See the Light” from “Tangled

We Belong Together” from “Toy Story 3

Won: “We Belong Together” from “Toy Story 3

Should’ve won: “If I Rise” from “127 Hours

Best Original Song in 2010 marked one of the most deadly-dull line-ups to ever grace the category, a sleepy, entirely unremarkable batch of four songs that is exceedingly difficult to select a favorite among.

Voters, faced with this anemic foursome, opted to go with Oscar mainstay Randy Newman, awarding him a second Best Original Song prize, this time for “We Belong Together.
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All The Kingdom Hearts 3 Teammate Characters Have Been Revealed

  • OnTheFlix
Happy Friday and weekend, "Kingdom Hearts" fans. In this new article, we've got some important information in regards to all the teammates that will be showing up in the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3 video game. According to the folks over at androdcentral.com,these teammates were revealed in the trailer and artwork releases. That means there could be others that are not yet known. With that said, here are the teammates that are currently known to be showing up in Kingdom Hearts 3 to help fight against Xehanort. First up, is Woody and Buzz from Andy's Toy Box (Toy Story) world. Hercules from Olympus (Hercules) world, Captain Jack Sparrow from The Caribbean (Pirates Of The Caribbean) world. Baymax from San Fransokyo (Big Hero 6) world. Sully and Mike from Monstropolis (Monsters Inc.) world. Flynn and Rapunzel from Kingdom of Corona (Tangled) world. And , of course, Mickey, Donald Duck and Goofy from the Disney Castle world.
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New Kingdom Hearts 3 All The Keyblades Revealed

  • OnTheFlix
Happy Thursday, "Kingdom Hearts" fans. It turns out that most if not all the keyblades that will be available in the upcoming and highly anticipated Kingdom Hearts 3 video game have been revealed. Thanks to the folks over at androidcentral.com , we are about to list them off for you guys! To get things started, they revealed a list of exclusive Keyblades that will be available in the game. They are: Phantom Green keyblade pre-order bonus for Xbox. Midnight Blue keyblade pre-order bonus for Playstation 4. Dusk Til Dawn keyblade pre-order for Xbox and Playstation 4. The Starlight keyblade for Xbox and Playstation 4. Next up, are a couple of keyblades that will be exclusive to certain worlds in Kingdom Hearts 3. They are: Infinity Badge keyblade for Toy Story world. Nano Gear keyblade for Big Hero 6 world. Ever After keyblade for Tangled world. Crystal Snow keyblade for Frozen world. Rudder Of Fate keyblade
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Kingdom Hearts III gets three new international TV spots

Having been in development for over a decade, Kingdom Hearts III is now just less than a month away, and three new international TV spots have surfaced online which showcase the fantastic-looking gameplay from the hotly-anticipated release; check them out here…

See Also: New trailer sets the events for Kingdom Hearts III

Embark on an adventure that spans the Disney universe: Travel across Disney and Pixar worlds to protect them from the Heartless invasion, and befriend and join heroes from Toy Story, Monsters Inc., Big Hero 6, Tangled, Hercules, and more!

Kingdom Hearts III is set for release on January 29th.

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New ‘Kingdom Hearts 3’ Worlds And Details Have Been Revealed

  • OnTheFlix
Happy Monday, "Kingdom Hearts" fans. We hope you guys had a great weekend. We've got some pretty interesting intel to share with you guys in this latest Kingdom Hearts report. It turns out that all the worlds that are going to be featured in the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3 have been revealed! Thanks to the folks over at hardcoregamer.com, we're going to be able to give you guys the skinny on them right now. The first Kingdom Heart 3 world that hardcoregamer mentioned is the 100 Acre Wood. Sora will once again make his way to the 100 Acre Wood. Currently, it is unknown how he gets there this time. However, it's likely that he arrived through the storybook which has appeared in almost every game. Sora will be traveling with Pooh Bear, Tigger, Rabbit and the rest of the crew, including a newcomer named Lumpy. The 100 Acre Wood features various minigames. The second world is Arendelle.
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Trailer Park: The Secret Piercing Life of Glass Hearts 3

Welcome to the latest installment of Trailer Park, our semi-regular look at the latest trailers to hit the interwebs. This edition features a gaggle of trailers for both forthcoming movies And video games… including: Kingdom Hearts 3, Glass, Nippon Marathon, Crucible of the Vampire, Netflix’s Kingdom, Doom Room and more!

Kingdom Hearts III

As unexpected events began to unfold in the Disney worlds at the hands of the enemy’s dark ambitions, the heroic trio of Sora, Donald, and Goofy find adventures ahead, from aquatic battles in the world of Pirates of the Caribbean to dances with the townspeople in the Kingdom of Corona from Tangled. The new footage also showcases Stitch from Lilo and Stitch as a special “link” (summon), as well as cooking-themed Ratatouille Keyblade attacks. Footage of Kairi wielding a Keyblade, as well as heartfelt conversations between members of Organization Xiii, and glimpses of Sora’s Nobody
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New trailer sets the events for Kingdom Hearts III

With Kingdom Hearts III upcoming release on 29th January, Square Enix has released a brand new trailer that sets the scene for the unexpected events that begin to unfold in the Disney worlds. The trailer shows the huge amount of characters who will be making an appearance in the game, including Captain Jack Sparrow, Ratatouille, Mikey and Sully and many more, and features excerpts from the game’s soundtrack. Watch this all new trailer below…

In Kingdom Hearts III the Disney worlds are in turmoil thanks to the devastating actions of the enemy and their dark ambitions. Players will follows the adventure of Sora, a Keyblade wielder, as he travels through many of the well known Disney worlds on a quest to stop the Heartless invasion. Accompanied by his friends Donald Duck and Goofy, Sora needs to travel through the different Disney worlds to seal every keyhole to restore peace in the realms.
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Prepare for the Final Battle With the Latest Kingdom Hearts III Trailer

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Yet another trailer for Kingdom Hearts III has surfaced! Unlike the others, this trailer seems to be the bleakest, as Sora & co. prepare for the fight of their lives in the Final Battle! More within...

It's been quite the month for Square Enix and their final entry in the current Kingdom Hearts storyline, in Kingdom Hearts III. Just last week, they delivered the opening cinematic movie for Khiii and then, just a few days later, a bevy of Xbox One copies were stolen and released. Nevertheless, that mishap hasn't stopped Square Enix and the Kingdom Hearts III hype train in their tracks. Instead, they've just arrived at their latest stop to deliver a powerful new trailer that is sure to leave several Kingdom Hearts fans speculating for the next month!

This is the Final Battle trailer!

As unexpected events begin to unfold in the Disney worlds at the hands of the enemy's dark ambitions,
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If You've Been Crushing on Zachary Levi Long Before The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel . . .

  • Popsugar
If You've Been Crushing on Zachary Levi Long Before The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel . . .
Somewhere along the line, Zachary Levi became one of Hollywood's favorite leading men - not that most people would know it. He's currently pulling double duty as a new addition to The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and as the titular hero in the upcoming superhero film Shazam!. If you recognize him, you're definitely not alone. Levi has starred in some of the most popular movies of the past several years - and lent his voice to a Disney hero for a new age.

Levi made his television debut in Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie, a made-for-tv movie in 2002. After taking on a few smaller roles on sitcoms in the early 2000s (anyone remember the charming Less Than Perfect?), he landed what would be his breakout role: accidental spy Chuck Bartowski on the NBC spy comedy Chuck. For five seasons, from 2007 to 2012, Levi played Chuck, a tech-store nerd who accidentally
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‘Playmobil: The Movie’ First Trailer: Anya Taylor-Joy, Adam Lambert, Meghan Trainor, Daniel Radcliffe Voice Animation Pic

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‘Playmobil: The Movie’ First Trailer: Anya Taylor-Joy, Adam Lambert, Meghan Trainor, Daniel Radcliffe Voice Animation Pic
Here’s a fun first teaser trailer for family animation movie Playmobil: The Movie, featuring the voices of Anya Taylor-Joy, Jim Gaffigan, Gabriel Bateman, Adam Lambert, Kenan Thompson, Meghan Trainor and Daniel Radcliffe. Trainor and Lambert are also singing original songs for the film.

The animation-live action hybrid movie, based on the popular kids toy line, is due out next year. The film will follow the adventures of siblings Charlie (Bateman) and Marla (Taylor-Joy). When the former unexpectedly disappears into the animated universe of Playmobil, Marla must go on a quest to bring him home. During her adventures she teams up with some unlikely new friends, including smooth-talking food truck driver Del (Gaffigan), dashing and charismatic secret agent Rex Dasher (Radcliffe), a wholehearted misfit robot and an extravagant fairy-godmother (Trainor). Lambert will voice the character of villain Emperor Maximus.

Director and story creator is Disney veteran Lino Disalvo, who served
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If You've Been Crushing on Zachary Levi Long Before The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel . . .

Somewhere along the line, Zachary Levi became one of Hollywood's favorite leading men - not that most people would know it. He's currently pulling double duty as a new addition to The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and as the titular hero in the upcoming superhero film Shazam!. If you recognize him, you're definitely not alone. Levi has starred in some of the most popular movies of the past several years - and lent his voice to a Disney hero for a new age.

Levi made his television debut in Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie, a made-for-tv movie in 2002. After taking on a few smaller roles on sitcoms in the early 2000s (anyone remember the charming Less Than Perfect?), he landed what would be his breakout role: accidental spy Chuck Bartowski on the NBC spy comedy Chuck. For five seasons, from 2007 to 2012, Levi played Chuck, a tech-store nerd who accidentally
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How ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Got Alan Menken to Write the Ultimate Alan Menken Parody

  • The Wrap
How ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Got Alan Menken to Write the Ultimate Alan Menken Parody
Director and lyricist Phil Johnston will participate in TheWrap’s third annual songwriters panel on Monday night at the Dolby Screening Room Hollywood Vine.

Some of the funniest moments in “Ralph Breaks the Internet” come when Wreck-It Ralph’s pint-sized sidekick, Vanellope von Schweetz, encounters a room full of Disney princesses and discovers her own inner princess. She does so in song, “A Place Called Slaughter Race,” that is both an ode to a gritty video game in which she feels at home and a spot-on parody of the kind of longing princess songs that Alan Menken wrote for Disney animated classics like “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Tangled.”

So even though Henry Jackman wrote the score to the film, directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston turned to Menken to write the song, with lyrics by Johnston and Tom MacDougall. Johnston and Menken discussed the process in separate interviews.
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Ralph Breaks The Internet – Review

Well, feature animation fans it’s time to empty out that big change jar and head down to the video arcade. You know, right next to the multiplex. What to do you mean it’s gone? Why the next thing you’ll tell me is that the Blockbuster Video is…uh, oh. That sums up the challenge for the folks at the Walt Disney Animation Studios. In 2010 they finally had a hit that almost rivaled their friendly (same company by then) neighbor at Pixar, a modern attitude take on the Rapunzel fairy tale called Tangled. And two years later Wdas had an even bigger hit with Wreck-it Ralph a zany look at what goes on after hours at a video arcade, a clever mix of Toy Story and Who Framed Roger Rabbit (lots of cameos from game superstars from several companies). Six years later Wdas decides to finally produce a
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Ralph Breaks the Internet Review

Ralph Breaks the Internet proves that even 8-bit characters can grow and develop.

It’s strange to think that Wreck-It Ralph came out before Frozen, but it did; the former arrived in 2012, while the latter emerged a year later. Frozen was a juggernaut that placed Disney Animation Studios on the same level as its sister studio, Pixar, but Wreck-It Ralph was a solid offering that kept Disney Animation’s momentum going after the triumph of Tangled two years earlier. Ralph’s deft and witty blend of adult nostalgia for 1980s 8-bit arcade video games, combined with a wonderful visual palette and a story that could enrapture little ones, proved to be a unique and satisfying combination.

After six years we at last have a sequel to Wreck-It Ralph, and it’s gratifying to say that Ralph Breaks the Internet, while having the slight whiff of corporate obligation around it, is an entertaining,
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Oh Bother! Winnie the Pooh Joins Kingdom Hearts III in New Trailer

  • Cinelinx
Kingdom Hearts III has just confirmed yet another classic Disney world, with a new trailer that features Winnie the Pooh. This won't be the first time we see the Winnie the Pooh world, as it has become something of a mainstay for Kingdom Hearts. More within...

One of the best parts of the Kingdom Hearts experience was always having the opportunity to experience new and different worlds. Hence, why we've been enamored with the trailers that revolve around Monsters Inc., Frozen, and Tangled. While it's always fun to play something new, it is equally exciting to return to the worlds we last experienced roughly 12 years ago. The latest trailer for Kingdom Hearts III shows that we'll be returning to a world that's become a mainstay in the Kingdom Hearts franchise, the Hundred Acre Wood.

Sora returns to 100 Acre Wood with Kingdom Hearts III! Check out additional gameplay revealing Sora’s
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Kingdom Hearts 3 Winnie the Pooh trailer revealed at X018

During the X018 event in Mexico City, fans of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts got a glimpse of Winnie the Pooh in the new Kingdom Hearts 3 trailer.

This isn’t the first time the franchise has visited the 100 Acre Wood and although the game is already choc-a-block full of Disney characters there are few that are as beloved as the “tubby little cubby all stuffed with fluff”.

If Winnie the Pooh doesn’t interest you (then why not?) the trailer also provides glimpses of other characters of the game interacting with our hero Sora, including Pirates of the Caribbean, Big Hero 6 and Tangled. There are even hints as to what the storyline could be with the shadowy Organisation Xiii.

Kingdom Hearts 3 will be available on 29th January 2019 on Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

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