Disney is finally pulling Mickey Mouse out of the after-school TV ghetto and giving him the treatment he deserves. Croissant de Triomphe (video below) presents the mouse in a high-speed race across Paris, drawn in a classic, 1930s style and set against a backdrop of watercolor cars and buildings.
I’m going to read the book again before I see the movie. That seems like the pretentious thing to do.
We’re just days away from the debut of the Netflix original series House of Cards — the first of many original productions debuting on the service this year — and it’s becoming clear the company has no intention of slowing down anytime soon. In a lengthy profile on the company, GQ talks to Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos, who explains that he hopes for the company to generate a minimum of five original programs per year moving forward.
The *Lone Ranger* trailer I saw a few weeks ago made it look way better than I expected it to be. Depp might even be tolerable in it.
Oz: The Great and Powerful gets four new character posters. Why I might owe Disney a slight apology.
I guess I didn’t even realize there was an Oz movie coming out. Intriguing.
The company’s big quarter shows it has crawled out of Qwikster jail, but the table is getting more crowded