Question for the Week of June 20 2011

Disney/Pixar’s Cars 2 opens in theaters on June 23. What’s your gut reaction to the sequel? Continue Reading →

WB Seeks Bright Debut for ‘Green Lantern’

After years of waiting, Green Lantern arrives in theaters this weekend as Warner Bros. looks to turn DC Comics’ emerald warrior into a major tentpole franchise. Green Lantern ... Continue Reading →

Trailer for ‘Cars’ Spinoff ‘Planes’ Takes Off

With Cars 2 now less than two weeks from arriving in theaters, the Mouse House masters have released the first look at the DisneyToon Studios feature, Planes. Announced earlier this ... Continue Reading →

Abrams’ ‘Super 8′ Enters Crowded Box Office Race

The box office is looking to continue its summer rebound with the unknown quantity of Super 8 going up against kid flick Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer — and both looking to ... Continue Reading →

First Look at Annecy-Debuting Pixar Short ‘La Luna’

Set to debut this week at Annecy, Pixar has finally released some information and images from its next original animated short, La Luna. Here’s how the studio describes the short: La ... Continue Reading →

Trailers for ‘Cars 2,’ ‘Disney Universe’ Video Games

With E3 in town, we’ve all got video games on the brain. So here’s a look at the trailers for two upcoming games based on Disney and Pixar animated properties. Up first, ... Continue Reading →

2011 Licensing Wish List

Our annual run-down of what to expect from top toon and vfx blockbuster franchises at this year’s Licensing International Expo held in Las Vegas, June 14-16. Old Pals and New Faves ... Continue Reading →

Clip of ‘Cars 2′ Race Through Tokyo

Here’s a new clip from Cars 2. This scene occurs in the Tokyo leg of the World Grand Prix: You can see the rest of the film when it opens in theaters June 24. Continue Reading →

New Featurette, ‘Brave’ Teaser Set for ‘Cars 2′

Cars 2 is due to cross the finish line and land in theaters June 24, and here’s some new tidbits and clips to get you ready. First, a featurette on the origins of the film and ... Continue Reading →

‘Pirates’ 4 Finds Huge Treasure in Foreign Ports

The tide was high for the fourth Pirates of the Caribbean movie this weekend, though perhaps not as high as the Walt Disney Co. would have liked — at least domestically. Pirates of ... Continue Reading →