Regardless of how you feel about live-action Disney films, they’re here to stay. From original films to reimaginings, Disney has seen it all over the years and they aren’t slowing down.
Films go into development on a regular basis with rumors and confirmations surfacing. Like with all franchises, fans either applaud the films or they take to social media and slam them. Either way, you cannot keep everybody happy.
Whatever Walt Disney himself would think about where his beloved company has gone, Disney is turning profit in their eyes, that’s all that matters. The debate still reminds to whether iconic and beloved animated films should become live-action. No matter what side you’re on, it’s a great topic to talk about with friends.
The conversations on social media about the topic often get heated and not in a good way. No one person is right and that’s just the way world works.
No matter what the filmmakers do, people will never be happy with what they do. Nonetheless, Disney will be making live-action films until the end of time.
Fan Culture can suck when they can’t accept someone of a different ethnicity when it comes to their favourite characters. Take the case of Halle Bailey’s casting as Ariel in Rob Marshall’s upcoming Little Mermaid remake…
Maleficent and Aurora are back in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil… Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning are back for another magical adventure in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. This time, we see the evil fairy’s devious side emerge as she attempts to protect her fairy goddaughter Aurora from heartbreak. We see Philip propose to Aurora and she accepts which doesn’t bode well with Maleficent after she is told by Diaval. It certainly ruined her morning, that’s for sure! We can understand why the wicked fairy would be against the engagement. Aurora’s father, Stefan broke her heart years ago and she doesn’t want his daughter to suffer the same fate. What we love about Maleficent and Aurora’s relationship is the wicked fairy still calls the princess ‘Beastie’ as she did when she was young. As the horned fairy attempts to talk the Queen-to-be around, it doesn’t work and Maleficent goes to see her goddaughter’s soon-to-be in-laws, one of whom is Michelle Pfeiffer’s Queen Ingrith, Philip’s mother. Ingrith attempts to turn Aurora against her fairy godmother by telling her that the fairy is a threat. The princess doesn’t know what to believe as Maleficent has been a mother figure to her for the last five years. Let the bitterness and arguments begin! Aurora’s godmother ultimately unleashes hell on the queen and her forces trying to take her down. And yep, there’s plenty of green glowing eyes! We’re getting Descendants vibes! Anyway, we see both ladies throwing their weights around as they fight over what Aurora’s fate will be. Will she continue being Queen of the Moors or will she become Philip’s Queen? We don’t know know much else. Maybe the prince dies when Maleficent attacks the royal family. Who knows at this point. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil soars into cinemas in October. If you haven’t see the trailer or want to watch it again, its below!
Dumbo: The Critics Are Totally Wrong! The Film Has As A Heart That Brings Families Together [REVIEW]
He’s the little elephant who teaches the audience a lesson in how we treat people different from ourselves. Check out my review on Dumbo.
Ever wanted to know what’s like to see double? Nick Parker and Elizabeth James learn the hard way when their twin daughters plot to get them back together.