Bambi Live-Action Remake in the Works

Variety reports that Disney is planning to give Bambi the live-action remake treatment. Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Captain Marvel) and Lindsey Beer (Sierra Burgess Is a Loser) will be the film’s screenwriters, with Depth of Field producing. This production will utilize the same photorealistic look we saw in The Lion King (2019), which was earlier engineered for …

Kathleen Kennedy Halts Obi-Wan Production for Script Rewrites

Collider reported earlier this evening that the Disney+ Obi-Wan series has been put on hold due to executive producer Kathleen Kennedy’s displeasure with the show’s scripts. This news comes on the heels of rumors that there were disagreements behind the scenes with regards to the character and show’s presentation. The Hollywood Reporter further revealed thematic …

The Clone Wars Season Seven Trailer Makes Waves on the Web

The final trailer for The Clone Wars’ highly-anticipated season seven has been released a month ahead of its debut on Disney+. The 2-minute clip has spurred lots of theories and excitement, uniting Star Wars fans, if only for a moment. You can see the clip here: Anchored by Darth Maul’s voiceover saying the Jedi and …

Kevin Feige Met With Patrick Stewart About the MCU’s X-Men

Everyone’s favorite telepath might have looked very familiar when Marvel’s Merry Mutants made their big-screen return. While promoting the upcoming Picard TV series, Patrick Stewart told Digital Spy that he had a meeting with Marvel president Kevin Feige regarding Professor Xavier, intimating that a return to the character may have been on the table, perhaps …

Black Widow Special Look Hits the Internet

Marvel gave everyone a sting this week when they released a Black Widow special look (which is different from a trailer because reasons). Directed by Cate Shortland, Black Widow finds Scarlett Johansson’s sleek and sexy Avenger on a personal mission that took place between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War. In addition to …

Derrickson Steps Down From Doctor Strange Sequel

The Sorcerer Supreme will need a new cloak wrangler, as Scott Derrickson has announced on his Twitter account that he’s leaving the Doctor Strange sequel, titled Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, as director. Derrickson chalks up his exit to the standard could-mean-anything “creative differences” between himself and Marvel, although he will stay on …