This week Lucasfilm fires the directors for the Han Solo standalone film. Disney has another Frozen short that is slated to be released with Coco. We’re pretty sure we’ve figured out the mystery of that untitled live-action fairy tale slated for Summer 2017. Also, we answer a few listener questions about Disney's international properties. That and much, much more. For the week of June 26, 2017 this is episode 137 of the Disney Movie Review.
Show notes are on www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/137
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This week we sit down with Addison and Audrey to talk about Cars 3, Lou, and Frozen. It's a great conversation and we hope you enjoy it!
This week it's our spoiler review of Cars 3. Check out the show notes on www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/136
This week Marvel and Pixar release trailers for Black Panther and Coco and I’m excited and nervous. A leak of details around Star Wars: The Last Jedi appeared online recently and we are pretty sure it is fake. Disney fights against the unauthorized censorship and distribution of its movies, even though the service may technically be legal. And we announce the winner of our first contest to win the Disney movie of your choice! That and much, much more! For the week of June 12, 2017, this is Episode 135 of The Disney Movie Review.
Find the show notes at www.TheDisneyMovieReview.com/135
As promised, here is the rest of the conversation on Pandora: The World of Avatar. We'll revisit the discussion once we get a chance to visit the world.
This week Bob Iger resigned from Donald Trump’s Advisory Council. We talked about what’s changed and whether this move could hurt Disney. Pirates of the Caribbean pushes Disney past $3 billion at the global box office, but were critics too harsh on the movie, and attendance was down at all of the Disney parks in 2016...what this means for your summer vacation. That, and much, much more. For the week of June 3, 2017, this is Episode 134 of The Disney Movie Review.
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