Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

After “Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince” came out in 2009, Warner Bros. (WB for short) David Heyman & J.K. Rowling commenced development on the seventh and final installment of the Harry Potter franchise known as “The Deathly Hallows.” Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint & many cast members from previous films reprise their roles […]

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Men In Black: International

After “Men In Black III” earned positive reception & made enough revenue at the box office, Sony announced a crossover film with “Men In Black” & “21 Jump Street.” Plans however, were scrapped because a hacker group known as “The Guardians Of Peace” stoke confidential information involving Sony’s roadmap of then upcoming projects including “Spider-Man: […]

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Men In Black III

After “Men In Black II” failed to recapture the first film’s lightning in a bottle, a third film was in development since 2002, which is the release of the second film due to legal conflicts between on set of Men In Black II with Barry Sonnenfeld who faced a lawsuit with his agents putting the […]

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Flashback Review: Treasure Planet

In 1985, back when Disney was in the middle of a slump, former Disney boss/future CEO of DreamWorks, Jeffery Katzenberg met with producers to brainstorm on some ideas to develop their next big project. One of them pitched the idea on adapting Treasure Island as an animated sci-fi action-adventure film. Jeffery wasn’t into the idea, […]

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Beauty & The Beast (2017)

In 1989, an animated film called “The Little Mermaid” helped The Walt Disney Company’s confidence to make more animated feature films after a string of box office failures after their last hit at the time was “The Fox & The Hound.” After the The Little Mermaid was released, it became a critically acclaim box office […]

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