Most viewers would never guess how many legal dragons ONCE UPON A TIME creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have slain in three seasons.
By now some of you have hopefully gone and seen Disney’s Frozen. If you read my review you know that I loved it, but it got me thinking about how Disney titles their movies these days. Frozen was at one point going to be called The Snow Queen, but was
The Screen Invasion Team watches a lot of television. (Something you may have guessed from the many, many recaps posted daily.) As we watched our Fall TV faves, we noticed a trend: namely, female characters who are kicking ass and taking names (literally, in some cases). Ladies so successfully dominating their respective TV-universes that nothing keeps them down for long. And we wanted to do a little something to show these kick-ass TV chicks the R-E-S-P-E-C-T that is so rightly theirs.
Dear Readers, I love fairy tales. From the Grimm brothers—who killed Snow White’s evil step-monster by making her dance-til-she-died in “red-hot iron shoes” at Snow’s wedding—to the comparatively kinder and gentler Disney Classics, the material is always ripe for a unique twist. Although TV is relatively new to the fairy-tale-themed party, arriving
Don Hahn has produced some of the most beloved Disney films of all time including The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit?. His work has brought joy and enchantment to thousands of people around the globe, including me. I can say in all honesty that
Relativity Media recently released an international trailer for the upcoming Snow White film, Mirror Mirror. Julie Roberts stars as the wicked, evil enchantress tries her damnedest to gain power of the throne and the attention of a charming prince played by Armie Hammer. When the enchantress realizes the prince has fallen
Here is the first trailer for Tarsem Singh’s MIRROR MIRROR and it looks horrible. The cast includes Lilly Collins, Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer, Nathan Lane, and Sean Bean Synopsis: In Relativity’s Mirror Mirror starring Oscar®-winner Julia Roberts and breakout star Lily Collins (The Blind Side), an evil Queen (Roberts) steals
By Kevin Taylor Saturday was a quiet day for me at Comic Con. The big stuff happened on Friday, and there wasn’t much to be done on Saturday. Here are the panels that I saw in Hall H. Snow White and the Huntsmen: This was an interesting panel as there