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Oration Films picks up world sales on Tallinn Black Nights title ‘In The Mirror’ (exclusive)

Play on social media riffs on Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs.Los Angeles-based Oration Films has acquired world sales on Latvian director Laila Pakalnina’s In The Mirror (Spogulis) ahead of Sunday’s (November 22) world premiere at Tallinn Black Nights.A play on social media that riffs on the classic fairy tale Snow White And The Seven […]

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‘Snow White’ Ride at Disneyland is Getting a Reimagined Happily Ever After and Other Updates

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the first feature length animated film from Walt Disney Animation. The movie inspired one of the earliest attractions in the Fantasyland section of Disneyland in California. But when Fantasyland was updated in 1983, the ride was given a complete overhaul with new technology, a new facade, and even […]

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Song of the South: the difficult legacy of Disney’s most shocking movie

The 1946 film won’t be showing up on Disney+, but its insidious racism serves as an important reminder of the company’s dark historyFor all the uncertainty surrounding the streaming wars – even for a dominant company like Netflix, which is still hemorrhaging billions of dollars – there’s reason to believe that Disney+ is a safe […]

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Marc Webb Eyed to Direct Disney’s ‘Snow White’ Remake (Exclusive)

Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it’s off to Disney Marc Webb goes. The filmmaker is in talks to direct the studio’s upcoming live-action adaptation of “Snow White.”While the deal isn’t finalized, sources tell Variety that Webb is the top choice to helm the movie.“The Girl on the Train” screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson is in negotiations to pen the […]

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‘Yellow Submarine’: A Dazzling Revival Everyone Should See (Especially the New Leaders of Pixar)

Just about every animated classic, from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” to “Spirited Away,” from “Toy Story” to “Persepolis,” from “Fritz the Cat” to “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” hits a ruling visual style and sticks to it. But there was a moment 50 years ago when one movie cartoon got high, floating above the rules […]

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Dick Delson, Longtime Hollywood Publicist, Dies at 81

Dick Delson, a well-known Hollywood publicist who worked with stars including Sylvester Stallone, Walter Matthau and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and on campaigns for films including “The Deerhunter” and “Jaws,” died Sunday in Yarmouth, Maine. He was 81.His niece, Joanna Delson, said he died in his sleep at a longterm care facility.Among his other clients were James […]

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