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Following Disney's redesign of "Brave's" protagonist Merida after her induction as the 11th Disney Princess, ROBOT 6's Corey Blake discusses why the redesign isn't true to the spirit of the character.
The third film in Disney/Marvel's "Iron Man" franchise brought in $72.5 million this weekend, with its worldwide total hitting $950 million.
With the news of "Big Hero 6" as Disney Animation's first big Marvel animated film for 2014, CBR News spoke with character creators and Men of Action Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Rouleau about the announcement.
Record 53,000 attend C2E2! The rise of graphic novels in libraries! Prudence Shen and Faith Erin Hicks talk "Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong"! Investing in comics (the companies, not the actual books)! Plus more!
"Iron Man 3" actor Don Cheadle sits down with CBR News to discuss the physical challenges of his Iron Patriot suit, Shane Black taking over the franchise's director's chair and the possibilities of a War Machine film.
Director Shane Black, writer Drew Pearce and the cast of "Iron Man 3" discuss the Chinese version of the film and why Black changed his mind about including the Mandarin as its villain.
The stars of "Iron Man 3" discuss fictional versus real world terrorism, Paltrow's initial distrust of director Shane Black, the possibility of War Machine joining "Avengers 2" and the Iron Man movie franchise's future.
Disney has released a theatrical trailer for Gore Verbinski’s "The Lone Ranger" that debuts plenty of new footage, including some impressive train sequences. The film opens July 3.
Disney revealed today at CinemaCon that beginning with the 2015 premiere of "Star Wars: Episode VII," it will release a "Star Wars" film every summer, alternating between the new trilogy and the standalone projects.
In the first full clip from "Iron Man 3," Tony Stark challenges The Mandarin during a "holiday greeting," intending for a one-on-one battle for good, old-fashioned revenge while speaking with assembled reporters.
Layoffs anticipated at Disney following company-wide review! Comic Con South Africa may not be all it's purported to be! Massive comics collection goes up for auction this weekend! Plus more!
Disney shut down Lucasfilm's long-running studio LucasArts today, ending production on all current projects including "Star Wars: First Assault" and the highly anticipated "Star Wars 1313."
A Cesar Romero Joker action figure, exclusive Star Wars Weekend merchandise, realistic Daft Punk figurines and a pair of Mark Buckingham designed "Fables" bookends highlighted this week's toy news.
Marvel in September will publish "Once Upon a Time: Shadow of the Queen," a graphic novel tie-in to the ABC fairy tale drama featuring the Evil Queen, the Huntsman and Show White.
Marvel has released new, hi-res images of the Heartbreak and Igor armors, previously seen in the last full-length trailer for Shane Black’s "Iron Man 3."
Judge rejects DC's call to sanction attorney for heirs of Superman creators! Stan Lee to be deposed in Stan Lee Media's lawsuit against Disney! Direct market sales up 10 percent in February! Plus much more!
Disney's "Oz the Great and Powerful" is fun, and it definitely feels like a Sam Raimi movie, but it's held back by a desire to emphasize -- or, rather, over-emphasize -- its 3D elements.
Marvel Studios has debuted its latest trailer for "Iron Man 3," Robert Downey Jr.'s fourth big screen turn as Tony Stark and director Shane Black's first Marvel film, showcasing multiple armors and story points.
Though no contracts have been signed, Mark Hamill confirmed he’s in talks to return as Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars: Episode VII," which he hopes will be “much more carefree and lighthearted and humorous.”
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake dissects the recently revealed unpublished epilogue to Don Rosa's autobiography, in which the legendary "duck comics" creator revealed why he retired.
The hedge fund propping up Stan Lee Media's battle for Marvel characters! Wertham was wrong -- and apparently dishonest! Neal Adams looks back on his career! "Penny Arcade" team talks "Strip Search"! Plus more!
Don Rosa, who drew Disney's "Scrooge McDuck" and "Donald Duck" comics for many years, has written a lengthy and fascinating piece on why he gave up creating comics and did not pursue creator-owned work.
Following confirmation that Disney is developing standalone "Star Wars" films centering on established characters, our thoughts turn to who could step into Harrison Ford's boots for the rumored Han Solo origin story.
Following Disney’s confirmation of the long-rumored standalone "Star Wars" films, a new report contends the first two releases will center on the fan-favorite bounty hunter Boba Fett and the origin of Han Solo.
The "Star Trek" and "Super 8" director calls his new job "an absolute honor" in the official press release from Walt Disney Studios.
Zack Snyder's previously reported involvement developing a "Star Wars" film has been denied by the director's spokesperson, who states Snyder is in no way involved with the new trilogy or any spinoffs.
The shocking revelation from "Superior Spider-Man" #1 gets the once over as Marvel NOW! titles like "Thunderbolts" get the teaser treatment, and Axel Alonso digs into all including the future of Marvel, Disney and Star Wars.
Following purchases of Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm, Disney eyes cost-cutting measures! Another look at the Shooter Era of Marvel! Lemire on the end of "Sweet Tooth"! The waning of rage comics! Rob Guillory on "Chew"! More!
Rumors have surfaced that the "Star Wars" license currently held by Dark Horse Comics will shift to the Disney-owned Marvel Comics in 2013.
Disney calls $5.5 billion lawsuit over Marvel characters "completely frivolous"! Final print edition of "The Dandy" sells out! Jonathan Hickman talks "Avengers"! Brian Azzarello talks "Before Watchmen: Comedian"! Plus much more!
In this classic installment of CSBG's Comic Book Legends Revealed, be amazed by the series of comics from 1930 featuring Mickey Mouse attempting to kill himself in a variety of ways, based on an idea by Walt Disney himself!
Actor Jason Flemyng, who's worked with Matthew Vaughn on nine films, has seemingly confirmed the director's involvement with "Star Wars: Episode VII."
Lucasfilm has quickly confirmed that Michael Arndt, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of "Little Miss Sunshine" and "Toy Story 3," will pen "Star Wars: Episode VII," set to arrive in 2015.
UPDATED: Oscar winner Michael Arndt reportedly has written a treatment for Disney's new "Star Wars" trilogy comprising Episodes VII-IX which would include a much older Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo.
In light of Disney purchasing Lucasfilm, our artists drew mash-ups of Disney and Star Wars characters. Jabba takes the Disney princesses as slaves, Peter Pan meets Darth Hook and here comes Hannah Organa!
CBR has first word on an all new "Star Wars" series set between the trilogies from the team of Randy Stradley and Gabriel Guzman, plus a look at the making of Doug Wheatley's first issue cover!
Appeals court to hear arguments in Superman copyright battle! Alison Bechdel named among the "Out 100"! Jim Zubkavich on page rates, creators' rights and more! Disney's digital initiatives! Plus much more!
Disney has made it clear the purchase of Lucasfilm on October 30 was for Star Wars and Star Wars alone. SPINOFF asks if this was a short-sighted reason.
With Marvel and Lucasfilm both Disney-owned companies, we take a look at Marvel's Star Wars comics! Was there a character Lucas hated? Did the comic accidentally predict a major "Return of the Jedi" plot point? Plus, more!
With "Wreck-It Ralph," Disney delivers a fun and funny animated film that packs a surprisingly nuanced message about what it means to be “good.”