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Cool Stuff: Turn Your Amazon Echo Dot into a Baby Yoda That Listens To All Your Secrets

The Amazon Echo Dot has become increasingly popular as people have gotten more lazy about finding information themselves by putting immense pressure on their fingers to type on a keyboard. With Amazon’s home assistant, you can get answers to loads of questions, check the weather, and even hear some jokes. But the devices themselves can be somewhat of an eyesore. Thankfully, if you’re a Star Wars fan, there’s a way you can spruce up your Echo Dot to make it look like the cute floppy-eared asset ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Cool Stuff, Star-Wars, Gadgets/Tech, Disney/Pixar, The Mandalorian, Baby Yoda, Baby Yoda Amazon Echo Dot Baby Yoda, Amazon Echo Dot Baby Yoda


New Video Shows Off More ‘Mandalorian’-Style Filmmaking and It’s Still Mind-Blowing

Disney and Lucasfilm have been pulling back the curtain on the making of The Mandalorian and it never ceases to be impressive. The show’s “stagecraft” technology, where a rear-projected LED screen creates a reactive real-time environment for a film scene, is nothing short of mind-blowing, representing a whole new avenue for filmmaking in the years ahead. But this tech is not limited to major corporations and major productions like the first live-action Star Wars TV series. A new video shows the...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Disney, Bbc, Lucasfilm, Gadgets/Tech, Eben Bolter, U K s Rebellion Studios


Beauty and the Beast Prequel Series Title Possibly Revealed

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Beauty and the Beast prequel series title possibly revealed We may still be a ways away from seeing the Beauty and the Beast prequel series centered on Luke Evans’ Gaston and Josh Gad’s LeFou but now, thanks to legendary composer Alan Menken, it appears we may know the title of the Disney+ project. (Via Collider) RELATED: Luke Evans Gives Update on Beauty and the Beast Prequel Series PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone |...
Tags: Movies, Time, Disney, Evans, Emma Thompson, Emma Watson, Kevin Kline, Belle, Stanley Tucci, Ewan McGregor, Bill Condon, Dan Stevens, Tucker, Alan Menken, HOROWITZ, Howard Ashman


‘Little Town’: The Disney+ ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Prequel Series Gets a Title

Don’t trust Alan Menken with your secrets. The famed composer, who just joined the rarified group of EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony) winners, accidentally revealed the title for the Disney+ Beauty and the Beast prequel series for which he’s composing the music. The series, which stars Luke Evans as Gaston and Josh Gad as LeFou, will be called Little Town, named after the opening line in Beauty and the Beast‘s catchy small-town song “Bonjour.” After taking home a Daytime Emmy Award for h...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Beauty and the Beast, Bill Condon, Egot, Don, Tony, Alan Menken, Gaston, Josh Gad, Gad, Little Town, Luke Evans, Menken, Family Films


Muppets Now Review: Here Come the Muppets… Again

Rating: 7/10 Cast: Matt Vogel … Kermit the Frog, Uncle Deadly Eric Jacobson … Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, Animal Dave Goelz … The Great Gonzo, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Waldorf, Chip the I.T. Guy Bill Barretta … Rowlf the Dog, Pepe the King Prawn, The Swedish Chef, Big Mean Carl, Howard Tubman David Rudman … Scooter, Beaker Peter Linz … Joe the Legal Weasel, Walter, Link Hogthrob, Statler PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefre...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Netflix, Muppets, TV News, Streaming, Michael Caine, Skype, Kermit, Pepe, Taye Diggs, Rupaul, Jim Henson, Linda Cardellini


Revisiting ‘Mars and Beyond’, Disney’s Influential Animated Documentary Short About Space Travel and Life on Mars

(Welcome to Out of the Disney Vault, where we explore the unsung gems and forgotten disasters currently streaming on Disney+.) These days, Disney has become the king of acquiring IPs and turning them into the cash cows of popular entertainment. But once upon a time, they also dared to collaborate with the top scientific minds of the time, and make art that could show us what we could achieve if we set our minds to it — like kickstart the Space Race. With everyone stuck at home and with the f...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Nasa, Features, Pentagon, Mars, Disneyland, Walt Disney, Tomorrowland, Eisenhower, Braun, COLLIER, Wernher von Braun, Featured Stories Sidebar, Disney Vault, Out of the Disney Vault


How to Build the Ultimate Home Theater During the Pandemic

With the world shut down and movie theatres feeling like a distant memory for many, the time spent watching things at home has skyrocketed. We’ve never been in a better position to be able to have a home theatre setup that allows almost any film in the world to be viewed via streaming, disc or any other media in your library. Gone are the days of sub-20” tube sets and flaky VHS recordings, we’ve now got with the touch of a button hundreds of thousands of hours of content broadcast in 4K resolu...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Disney, Samsung, Features, Netflix, Sony, Nvidia, Lg, Oled, Vizio, Hdr, Coke, Dolby Atmos, Atmos, Blu


Once On This Island: Disney+ Adapting Broadway Musical into Film

Once On This Island: Disney+ adapting Broadway musical into film Following the immense success of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton, BlackFilmAndTV brings word Disney+ has acquired the rights to another popular Broadway musical, Once On This Island. However, unlike Hamilton‘s debut, the streamer is planning to go with a more traditional live-action film adaptation, instead of a live recording stage performance of Lynn Ahren’s one-act musical. PB = PB || {}; P...
Tags: London, Movies, Disney, Broadway, Streaming, Kenya, Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty, Hamilton, Tony, Lin Manuel Miranda, Laurence Olivier, Michael Arden, Marc Platt, Caribbean Sea, Lea Salonga


CBS All Access adds 3,500 new episodes before rebranding in 2021

ViacomCBS has announced a significant expansion to its streaming library, with the addition of more than 3,500 episodes of shows like “Avatar: The Last Avatar,” “Chapelle’s Show” and “Laguna Beach.” Viacom and CBS were previously merged, then separated, then most recently merged again, and the additional content comes from across the company’s different brands — such as BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Smithsonian Channel, TV Land, VH1 and Paramount Pictures — plus additional sports pro...
Tags: Hbo, Media, Entertainment, Disney, Tech, Star Trek, Cbs, Richard Linklater, Paramount Pictures, Viacom, UEFA Champions League, Cbs All Access, Kemp, Laguna Beach, Peacock, Picard


CBS All Access Sets Late 2020 Premiere Dates for ‘The Stand,’ Richard Linklater Docuseries, and More

CBS All Access has unveiled its fall premiere plans for its new shows, including the limited series adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand, which is slated to premiere on the streaming service in late 2020. Joining The Stand on the streaming platform are an untitled Richard Linklater animal rescue docuseries, as well as several 2021 titles including a new original series The Man Who Fell to Earth, The Harper House, and Guilty Party. CBS All Access has mostly flown under the radar in comparis...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Stephen King, Disney, Earth, Netflix, Stephen Sondheim, David Bowie, Cbs, Richard Linklater, Boyhood, Cbs All Access, Bowie, Austin Texas, Walter Tevis, Alexander Skarsgard


Revisiting ‘The Mousketeers at Walt Disney World,’ Disney’s Kitschy and Truly Strange 1970s TV Special

(Welcome to Out of the Disney Vault, where we explore the unsung gems and forgotten disasters currently streaming on Disney+.) One of the key parts of the Disney legacy, when it comes to the small screen, is the Mickey Mouse Club. During the nascent years of television, Walt Disney went all-in with his weekly primetime anthology series, but he also produced a five-days-a-week show featuring a group of clean-cut, cherubic kids in which they’d jump around, play, sing songs, and dance, in-between...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Disney, Features, Ryan Gosling, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Hudson, Walt Disney, Orlando, Winnie, Animal Kingdom, Disney World, Annette Funicello, Tenet, Disney Springs


No ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Sequel Being Planned Right Now, Director Ron Howard Confirms

There have been recent rumblings about some kind of follow-up to Solo: A Star Wars Story. Though disappointing box office returns had pretty much already solidified the fact that the Star Wars origin story of Han Solo wouldn’t be getting its own new franchise, rumors have been sparking in recent weeks about some kind of continuation of the plot threads established in the movie. But when it comes to rumors of an official sequel getting traction, director Ron Howard has officially debunked them. ...
Tags: Star Wars, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Rumors, Lucasfilm, Ron-Howard, Rian Johnson, Emilia Clarke, Miller, Andy, Sirius, Howard, Kathleen Kennedy, Donald Glover


CS Soapbox: Was [email protected] a Bust?

CS Soapbox: Was [email protected] a Bust? Was this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, reinvented as [email protected] due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a bust? [email protected] attempted to make up for the lack of an in-person experience with an Online Exhibit Hall and virtual panels. However, the pitfalls of this (along with the absence of some of the biggest titles/names in entertainment) may have proven too arduous for the annual event to overcome. Although we’re all spending a lot of time online, Comic-Co...
Tags: Amazon, Comics, TV, Movies, Youtube, Superman, Disney, George Carlin, Article, San Diego, TV News, Lucasfilm, Keanu Reeves, Marvel Studios, Snyder, Donald Glover


Ron Howard Confirms Lucasfilm Isn’t Developing a Solo Sequel

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Ron Howard confirms that Lucasfilm isn’t developing a Solo: A Star Wars Story sequel Even though Solo: A Star Wars Story probably doesn’t rank highly on anyone’s list of the best Star Wars films, the movie ended on a pretty big cliffhanger when it was released in 2018. So it makes sense that some fans are hoping to get a sequel, if only to tie up loose ends. Over the last two years, rumors about Lucasfilm’s plans for Alden Ehrenreich’s young Han Solo have continued to swi...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Lucasfilm, Ron Howard, Andy, Sirius, Howard, Donald Glover, Kasdan, Lando Calrissian, Jon Kasdan, Movie News, Alden Ehrenreich, Andy Howard


Luca: Pixar Announces New Italy-Set Animated Film for 2021

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Luca: Pixar announces new Italy-set animated film for 2021 Walt Disney Studios and Pixar have announced their newest animated feature titled Luca, hailing from Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Enrico Casarosa, who is known for his work on the 2011 animated short La Luna. The new Pixar film is scheduled to make its debut in the summer of 2021. This announcement comes ahead of the upcoming theatrical release of their Jamie Foxx-led animated film Soul on November 20. RELATE...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Italy, Jamie Foxx, Pixar, Walt Disney Studios, Luca, Disney Pixar, Italian Riviera, ComingSoon, Movie News, Helm Disney, Enrico Casarosa, Andrea Warren Lava Cars, Casarosa


‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2: The Darksaber Will Play a Key Role in the New Season, Says Giancarlo Esposito

Giancarlo Esposito picked up an Emmy nomination yesterday for his work on the Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian, where we last saw his Moff Gideon character holding an ancient weapon known as the Darksaber. Anyone who watched the series without first watching the Star Wars animated shows probably saw that glowing black blade and thought, “Cool, a new lightsaber!” But fans of the animated shows lost their minds, because the weapon actually has a deep history behind it. In a new interview,...
Tags: Action/Adventure, Disney, Drama, Sci-Fi, Television, Giancarlo Esposito, Star-Wars, The Mandalorian


Cineworld, Owner of Regal Cinemas, is Not Happy About Universal’s New Deal with AMC Theatres

This week, AMC Theatres and Universal Pictures sent shockwaves through Hollywood by sparking a new deal that would shorten the window between the theatrical release of a movie and its debut on VOD to just 17 days. The theatrical window has been a sticking point between studios and movie theaters for a long time, and it’s also been a big issue for Netflix when it comes to getting their original movies to play on the big screen. This new deal could set a new precedent that could change the distri...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Netflix, United States, Amc Theatres, Universal, Cineworld, Universal Pictures, Regal Cinemas, Netflix Hulu Amazon Prime, Business and Industry News, Mooky Greidinger, Greidinger, HBO Max, AMC Theatres and Universal


Black Beauty: Disney+ Acquires Adaptation From Constantin Film

Black Beauty: Disney+ Acquires Adaptation From Constantin Film Disney+ has acquired Black Beauty from Constantin Film and JB Pictures’ contemporary adaptation of the children’s book written by Anna Sewell. The movie is set to premiere on the streaming service later this year. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); ...
Tags: UK, Movies, Disney, South Africa, Kate Winslet, Constantin, Sewell, Iain Glen, Anna Sewell, Phineas, Mackenzie Foy, Movie News, Constantin Film, West When, Jon Brown, John Manly


Modern-Day ‘Black Beauty’ Adaptation Starring Mackenzie Foy and Kate Winslet is Coming to Disney+

Disney+ has picked up Black Beauty, the latest adaptation of the beloved children’s book starring Mackenzie Foy and Kate Winslet. The already-completed film, which puts a contemporary twist on the 19th century novel of a wild horse captured by humans, will premiere on Disney+ later this year. Disney+ announced that it has picked up the contemporary adaptation of Anna Sewell’s classic 1877 novel Black Beauty, which will premiere on streaming service in late 2020. Directed and written by Ashle...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Disney, South Africa, Adaptation, Kate-Winslet, Warner Bros, Disney Channel, Foy, Iain Glen, Anna Sewell, Black Beauty, Mackenzie Foy, Sabrina Carpenter, Constantin Film, Jon Brown


Josh Boone on How X-Men: Apocalypse’s Failure Changed New Mutants

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Josh Boone Explains How X-Men: Apocalypse Failure Changed New Mutants 20th Century Studios’ The New Mutants has undergone so many different changes, from its numerous release date shuffles to the various versions ordered by the studio. Now, in a recent interview with Slash Film, director Josh Boone revealed how the failure of X-Men: Apocalypse completely shifted his original vision of the film. “They really did want it to be different than other stuff,” Boone said. “They ...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Disney, Stan Lee, Boone, X-men: Apocalypse, Marvel Entertainment, Simon Kinberg, Disney Marvel, Josh Boone, Movie News, Lauren Shuler Donner, New Mutants, Alice Braga, Henry Zaga, Karen Rosenfelt


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ Still Works Like Gangbusters

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Who Framed Roger Rabbit Where You Can Stream It: Disney+ The Pitch: You know those Saturday morning cartoons you used to watch as a kid? In Who Framed Roger Rabbit, all those cartoons actually happened and were shot on sound stages with cartoon actors who occupy the same world as live-action humans. That’s the backdrop for this ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Disney, Features, Animation, Robert Zemeckis, Bob Hoskins, Chinatown, Noir, Mickey Mouse, Fantasia, Roger, Hoskins, Zemeckis, Christopher Lloyd, Roger Rabbit


Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge BTS Video Explores Oculus VR Experience

Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge BTS Video Explores Oculus VR Experience A new Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge video has revealed a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming Oculus VR experience developed by ILMxLAB and inspired by Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the Star Wars-themed land at Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World (via StarWars.com). The title is set to launch later this year on Oculus Quest. You can check out the video now in the player below! ...
Tags: Star Wars, Video, Games, Florida, Movies, California, Disney, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, Lucasfilm, Walt Disney World, Skywalker, Walt Disney World Resort, Hollywood Studios, Video Game News, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge


Movies Anywhere Unveils Its Own Watch Together Feature

Since lockdown began, co-viewing parties have been all the rage, though the separate apps and plug-ins allowing for these kind of shared streaming experiences have been largely inconsistent. While unofficial parties have made Netflix viewing parties a regular occasion, official watch party options from Twitch and Hulu haven’t gained much traction. But Movies Anywhere, the digital movie library app operated by Disney, is attempting to unify the shared streaming experience with its newly unveiled...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Disney, Netflix, Hulu, Gadgets/Tech, Netflix/Streaming Video, Movies Anywhere, Watch Together


CS Soapbox: Why Mandalorian’s Emmy Nods Are a Big Deal

CS Soapbox: Why Mandalorian’s Emmy Nods Are a Big Deal Today brought the exciting unveiling of the nominations for the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, the premiere ceremony for television, and in a groundbreaking turn fresh streaming platform Disney+ landed 19 nominations, 15 of which come from the acclaimed Star Wars spin-off series The Mandalorian, which is actually a bigger deal than what some may realize. RELATED: CS Soapbox: Why Star Wars Needs Taika Waititi PB ...
Tags: Extras, TV, 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, CS Soapbox, Features, The Mandalorian


‘Goodfellas’ and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ Writers Developing Showtime Drama About the Mafia

More than a decade after HBO’s acclaimed mob drama The Sopranos went off the air, Showtime is developing an hour-long drama series of its own about the mafia – and this new show comes from a former Sopranos writer. Terence Winter, who won four Emmys for his work writing The Sopranos, is writing a series based on the history of organized crime in America, and he’s teaming up with mega-producer Brian Grazer and Goodfellas and Casino writer Nicholas Pileggi to bring it to the small screen. Deadl...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, Disney, America, Showtime, Las Vegas, Scorsese, Mafia, Ridley Scott, True Story, Brian-Grazer, Martin Scorsese, Sopranos


‘Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge’ First Look Video Teases the VR Experience, Reveals ‘Star Wars’ Veterans Joining the Cast

Earlier this year, we learned Lucasfilm’s immersive entertainment studio ILMxLAB was working on another Star Wars VR project, this time centered around the Black Spire Outpost locale at the center of the Disney theme park land Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Following the release of some concept art earlier this month, an official first look video has provided the first story details on Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge, coming to the Oculus Quest sometime later this year. Along with even more ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Virtual Reality, Deadpool, Disneyland, Lucasfilm, Wilson, Video Clips, Disney World, Moynihan, Bobby Moynihan, Debra Wilson, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar


Doctor Strange Comic Shop Visit From 2016 Revealed!

Doctor Strange Comic Shop Visit From 2016 Revealed! Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson shared an awesome throwback yesterday revealing new footage of star Benedict Cumberbatch taking a break from shooting the Oscar-nominated 2016 MCU film by making a surprise visit to a nearby comic book store. You can check out the video below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptSta...
Tags: New York, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Disney, Manhattan, Rachel Mcadams, Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Marvel Studios, Elizabeth Olsen, Loki, Wong, Benedict


2020 Emmy Nominations: ‘The Mandalorian’ Scores Best Drama Nod, ‘Watchmen’ Leads with 26 Nominations

The show must go on, and the Emmy Awards are still set to put on a show this fall. The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards are forging ahead, with the annual television awards set to air this September. But while the film industry has come to a halt amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, TV is still enjoying its new golden age, with streaming taking the lead in these unprecedented times. The Emmys have recently expanded its categories to appropriately award the wide range of drama, comedy, variety, r...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, Abc, John Oliver, Disney, Awards, Netflix, Dolly Parton, Jennifer Aniston, Hugh Jackman, Brian Cox


‘Muppets Now’ Delivers Bite-Sized Comedy for the YouTube Generation With Mixed Results

Despite successfully bringing back the Muppets on the big screen in 2011, Disney hasn’t really figured out how to make Jim Henson’s beloved characters make their triumphant return to the small screen. Their latest attempt to bring the Muppets to modern audiences comes in the form of Muppets Now, a new Disney+ series comprised of a variety of mini-shows featuring everyone’s favorite Muppet characters running what feels like their own YouTube channels, focusing on cooking, lifestyle, science expe...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Youtube, Disney, Features, Muppets, Manhattan, Seth Rogen, Walt Disney Company, Carol, Joe, Kermit, Pepe


Alan Menken Achieves EGOT with Daytime Emmy Win for Best Original Song

Only 16 people in history have achieved EGOT status, and Disney Legend Alan Menken has finally joined their ranks. The longtime Disney composer behind the scores and songs for films like The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin has scored the coveted EGOT (winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Award) with a Daytime Emmy Award for Disney Channel’s Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure. Alan Menken has joined the elite group of people who have achieved EGOT status, completing his collec...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Disney, Awards, Wings, Cbs, Emmys, Grammys, Disney Channel, Egot, Glenn Slater, Tony Award, Alan Menken, Aladdin, Rapunzel, Beast Aladdin



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