The live-action Disney remakes continue next year with a new take on Mulan, with Yifei Liu in the starring role and Donnie Yen, Jason Scott Lee, Gong Li and Jet Li co-starring.
Based on the true story, Willem Dafoe stars as sled dog driver Leonhard Seppala, who, along with his lead sled dog Togo, took part in the grueling 700-mile race to try and collect and deliver a cure for a diphtheria outbreak that devastated Alaskan communities in 1925.
As part of the absolute onslaught of promotions for 1990’s Dick Tracy, there was not one, not two, but three different music albums inspired by or related to the film, including a normal soundtrack album, the score by Danny Elfman and Madonna’s I’m Breathless album, featuring “Vogue”.
To celebrate the launch of Disney+, Zach and Chris watched the Kurt Rusell starring 1969 comedy The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, where a freak lightning accident turns college student Dexter Riley’s brain into a literal computer.
Shocking no one, Frozen II debuted with one of the biggest animated openings of all time both domestically and around the world.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about possibly the ultimate Nicolas Cage movie, the long-delayed Robocop Returns, a possible sequel for Joker, Sin City as a TV series, Ford vs Ferrari, the live-action reboot of Lady and The Tramp and more.
Frozen II arrives to dominate the box office while Mr. Rogers biopic A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and Chadwick Boseman starring cop thriller 21 Bridges open this weekend as well.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris discuss the launch of Disney+ (including The Mandalorian), the new and improved movie Sonic, the new Scooby-Doo movie, Mark Wahlberg rejoining the Uncharted movie, the fourth season premiere of Rick & Morty and more.
As Disney+ launches this week, we can revisit classics like 1986’s The Great Mouse Detective, which features possibly the single most horny song in Disney history, the burlesque number “Let Me Be Good to You” by Melissa Manchester.
The final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is here as the Skywalker Saga comes to its conclusion as the return, in some form, of Emperor Palpatine complicates the battle between The Resistance and The First Order.