What Child is this? It was very un-Disney to leave the wee green one off store shelves this holiday season. Strategists explain why.
What started as a small gathering of comics enthusiasts in 1970 has turned into a massive testament to the power of fandom.
Seth Kubersky, who wrote the "Unofficial Guide to Disneyland," says the new attraction is a way for Disney to compete with the Harry Potter-themed worlds at Universal theme parks.
No major movie studio would make an Academy Award-winning movie like Rain Man today, says Wall Street Journal reporter Ben Fritz: “It’s an original idea. It’s driven by movie stars. It’s a domestic film.” In his new book, “The Big…
Let's do the numbers on Starkiller Base.
Erich Schwartzel wrote about the tough tactics — like requiring 65 percent of ticket sales — for the Wall Street Journal.
Directors need to be creative but also be able to make a movie in the style that is already established.
“The force is strong with this one.”