A remarkable thing keeps happening whenever Disney releases a new reboot of a classic movie: It becomes apparent just how little many of the female characters had to do or say in the classic versions.
This past weekend, our queen Beyoncé wowed the world at the London premiere of the live-action Lion King film, which is set to hit theatres this Thursday, July 18. Bey, who stars as the voice of Nala the
The increasingly eclectic Disney remake might have snagged a pop star. Elvis is out; Prince Eric is in. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Harry Styles—who tested, but ultimately lost out on the lead
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It was just a few months ago that director Jon Favreau was sitting in a scoring session with composer Hans Zimmer for "The Lion King," his ambitious and technology-driven reimagining
There are certain things we know to be true. We know that a week has seven days. The square root of 81 is nine. And Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, the biggest popstar on this and perhaps several other planets,
Disney has no shortage of princesses: There’s Cinderella, Aurora, Jasmine, Belle, Tiana, Elsa. They span decades and continents and (finally) races. There’s one that paints with the colours of the wind,