Sicangu Lakota rapper and activist Frank Waln connects the dots between America’s ugly past and its homely present with a biting rework of “What Makes The Red Man Red” from Disney’s 1953 ‘Peter Pan’ film.
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‘Skins’ and ‘Honeytrap’ star Jessica Sula struggles with addiction in new Freeform (ABC Family) series, ‘Recovery Road,’ also starring Sharon Leal and Kyla Pratt.
Dominican model Arlenis Sosa recently shared a photo manipulation of herself as one of Disney’s most prolific villainesses, Maleficent.
Walt Disney Records’ upcoming album, ‘DCONSTRUCTED,’ will give a new spin to the most memorable songs of 14 films, including The Lion King, The Muppets, Dumbo, Sleepy Beauty, and a few classic Mickey Mouse cartoons.
Angelina Jolie and her razor-sharp prosthetic cheekbones stand out against a stark white background in a newly released poster for Disney’s ‘Maleficent,’ in theaters May 30th.
Watch: Frozen’s “Let It Go” Gets Amazing Africanized Cover by Alex Boyé & One Voice Children’s Choir
Alex Boyé’s thrilling Africanized cover of “Let It Go” from Disney’s ‘Frozen,’ featuring the One Voice Children’s Choir, will give you chills and warm your heart at the same time.
To almost no one’s surprise, Iron Man 3 has struck gold for Disney and Marvel Studios at the box office this weekend!
The gorgeous Alyssah Ali is the face of Disney and Sephora’s latest collaboration, the Jasmine Collection — a vibrant Arabian princess-inspired follow-up to their Cinderella set.
Watch: ‘Oz: The Great & Powerful’ Trailer Starring James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weiss and Michelle Williams
More than 110 years after L. Frank Baum’s novel, and over 70 years since the mentioned film above, a story featuring the origin of The Wizard will be released next year. Like the original Judy Garland-starring film, the movie starts in black and white during scenes in Kansas, and then takes on fantastical, colorful visuals once the protagonist is swept to the fantasy land of Oz.
Disney and Barneys New York have teamed up for a very interesting and head turning (in a good way) advertising campaign for the holiday season. Called the Electric Holiday, Disney stars Minnie Mouse, Goofy Goof, and Daisy Duck have not only managed to get taller and slimmer, but they even wear designs by big name designers.
Ever wondered how exactly Hollywood manages to pay for all of those huge explosions, fancy cars and special effects? Check out some of the most blatant offenders when it comes to product placements.
The Avengers has managed to remain in the #1 spot at the weekend box office by bringing in a total of $55.1 million. This brings the film to a total of $457.1 million in the United States and $1.18 billion worldwide. Rihanna’s debut film Battleship was expected to enter the box office within the $35 million to $40 million range but it sadly fell flat.