Turns out having bad days can be a lot like the one the Cooper family lived in Disney’s latest live-action family picture. The ensemble of Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day shared their tales of how they deal with rough patches in life. Hit the jump for more on how Jennifer Garner and Steve Carell get through challenging days of parenthood while on-screen kids Kerris Dorsey and Dylan Minnette describe how to have good days.
Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner And Cast Of Disney’s ‘Alexander’ Share How To Not Have A ‘Very Bad Day’
In Disney’s latest live-action family feature we get to see how one kid’s bad luck streak hits every member of his family for his birthday wish. Based on the beloved children’s book by the same name by Judith Viorst, Disney brings an inspired retelling of the classic to modern families.
Hit the jump to read our full review of Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day. [Read more...]
Disney has released their third trailer for Big Hero 6. The film is a loose adaptation of the Marvel Comics series of the same name. It will use the same characters, but the film’s setting and story are entirely original.
The film centers on Hiro, a young prodigy who builds a bond with Baymax, a healthcare robot created by his older brother Tadashi. When a nefarious masked man named Yokai takes Hiro’s Mircobot invention for villainous purposes, it’s up to Hiro, Bayman, and their friends to suit up and stop him.
We’ve shown you some fascinating things about Big Hero 6, and even got to talk to the directors about the film. The third trailer, which has even more new footage, and scenes not shown to the press during the early screening. Hit the jump to check it out. [Read more...]
We’ve only seen two trailers for Disney’s upcoming animated film Big Hero 6, but the marketing team has been quietly making the promotional rounds by holding film panels during the D23 Expo and Comic-Con. But if you are looking for something more extensive and in-depth, we’ve got it all right here. Earlier this summer we were invited to Disney Animation Studios in Burbank to look at the animation process that goes into a film like Big Hero 6. Our behind-the-scenes look also included an interview with directors Don Hall and Chris Williams, and producer Roy Conli.
Hall (Winnie The Pooh) was the first to be named director back in 2011, and Williams (Bolt) was named co-director December 2013. While the two have different aspects from a personality standpoint, the their love of Disney Animation and the source material brought them together for this project.
Our interview reveal a number of things, like did you know that a research trip to Carnegie Hall helped shaped the Baymax character? How about the number of Japanese Animes that influenced the film? How they managed to balance the work between two directors? How many times the story changed throughout the years? What it was like to work with Marvel on this film? Read all about that and more after the jump. [Read more...]