The Razzies – an awards board noting the worst movies of the year – has given Tom Hanks two nods as nominations are announced
A trio of original releases make up the highlights of films coming to streaming this week
Waltz is clear that — unlike some previous versions of the tale — it’s not for youngsters.
There’s only so many times you can watch Home Alone before you start sympathising with the McCallisters for ditching Kevin.
Daniel Craig's delightfully accented detective returns, while Guillermo del Toro gives Pinocchio a new stop-motion look.
The young British actor behind the new voice of Pinocchio has revealed he was completely 'starstruck' when he met his co-stars on the set of Disney’s latest re-make.
Wondering what to watch this weekend? The second week of September brings with it two very different new original releases.
British actor Benjamin Evan Ainsworth studied the 1940 Pinocchio to master the voice of the boy puppet.
The second annual Disney+ Day is coming this month, so there's a huge offering on Disney+ UK in September.
The anticipated remake stars Tom Hanks as Geppetto alongside Cynthia Erivo and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Amid the insane deluge of Star Wars and Marvel announcements at the Disney Investor Day in December, the remake of Pinocchio with Tom Hanks got slightly lost.
Multiplexes may have been shuttered for much of 2020, but that hasn't prevented Hollywood from giving us a vast array of transformative performances.
From the change that transformed the title character to the shocking early demise of Jiminy Cricket, here are little-known facts about the animated feature.
It's official. Oscar-winning filmmaker Robert Zemeckis is fully aboard Disney's live-action remake of its animated classic Pinocchio. He'll direct, and co-write the next draft with Chris Weitz for a possible year-end production start. Casting is still being determined. Zemeckis and Weitz will write off the previous draft that the latter penned with Simon Farnaby. The original […]
We're a long way from the cutesy Disney version of Pinocchio here, as director Matteo Garrone unveils his take on the boy carved from wood who comes to life.
There are numerous remakes in the works at Walt Disney Studios and this is when they're coming out.
Tom Hanks is in early talks to play the fatherly figure Geppetto in Disney’s live-action adaptation of its classic animated tale “Pinocchio.” “Paddington’s” Paul King is directing. Andrew Miano and Chris Weitz are producing. King, Weitz, and Simon Farnaby wrote the most recent draft. The original animated movie tells the tale about a living puppet who, […]
Fresh off his Oscar win for “The Shape of Water,” Guillermo del Toro is set to make his animated feature film directing debut. Del Toro has received the green light from Netflix to film “Pinocchio,” a stop motion musical version of the classic children’s tale about a puppet who wants to be a real live […]
This is what happens when you spend years killing off Disney princesses' mothers.
Following the critical acclaim of “Paddington 2,” Disney is in talks with director Paul King to helm its live-action “Pinocchio,” sources tell Variety. Andrew Miano and Chris Weitz are producing. Jack Thorne is rewriting the script. The original animated classic follows the age-old tale about a living puppet, who with the help of a cricket […]
The 'Skyfall' and 'Spectre' director had been in talks to call the shots on Disney's remake of the animated classic.
If you want to make a movie for Disney, there are certain things you should know. “Those are literally the three things you are not allowed to put into a Disney film,” he said in an interview with Ain’t It Cool News. Lowery is helming Disney’s remake of ‘Peter Pan’ next, but he added that he would draw the line at working on a remake of ‘Pinocchio’, perhaps because of the smoking ban.
Jon Favreau’s ‘The Jungle Book’ looks primed to be an enormous hit having taken $103.6m (£73.1m) on its debut at US box office, the second largest opening weekend total for an April release ever. Films like 'Cinderella’ and ’Maleficent’ got the ball rolling for live action Disney remakes. Disney’s next live action remake arrives in August, and concerns a lesser known Disney classic about a young boy and his dragon friend Elliot.
When you think of Disney films, you conjure up primary colours, cheerful songs and talking critters. Scratch the surface of Disney and you’ll find surprisingly dark themes underneath including rape, murder, torture, and drugs. This heartbreaking scene is one of the most famous Disney moments ever.