Pixar's Brave is back in the spotlight after a recent redesign of a character sparked outrage among Disney fans and moviegoers. When the film was released, Brave's Princess Merida drew much praise for being a nuanced and well-rounded female protagonist.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix has a September release date set.
As LucasArts closes its doors, the next stage in Disney's Star Wars video game plan has been revealed. EA has announced today an exclusive deal to publish all future Star Wars games for at least the next few years.
Space Mountain in California has reopened after a contractor fell off the ride's roof.
Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park is celebrating its 15-year anniversary today and is commemorating the milestone with ceremonies and a full slate of special events throughout the day.
"Iron Man 3" comes out in a little over a week and the reviews have started pouring in for the first major blockbuster of the summer.
Disneyland theme park in Anaheim, Calif. closed three rides over the weekend, including flagship attraction Space Mountain, the Matterhorn Bobsleds and Soarin' Over California due to safety concerns.
Walt Disney World has begun testing MyMagic+ RFID-based wristband technology that will eventually be used as park passes, room keys and credit cards at their Animal Kingdom theme park in Orlando, Fla.
Ever since the election of J.J Abrams as the director of Star Wars, there has been criticism on how the director will manage with "Star Trek" and "Star Wars."
It's truly the end of an era. It seems like almost an unthinkable closure, but LucasArts is officially no more.
Disney announced on Tuesday that it will release the sequel to its Oscar-winning hit "Finding Nemo," titled "Finding Dory," in 2015 starring actress/comedian Ellen DeGeneres.
Emma Watson will not play the role of Cinderella in Disney's live action adaptation.
On March 8th Disney confirmed that they will be planning a sequel to the new film "Oz: The Great and Powerful."
Marc Anthony was spotted canoodling at Disney with 21-year-old Chloe Green
Disney is embarking on an ambitious new gaming project that blurs the line between virtual and physical products. Disney Infinity is an upcoming game that utilizes actual figurines to interact with the virtual world, much in the vein of Skylanders. This being a Disney game though, all of the figures will be characters from their various movies, including The Incredibles, Pirates of the Caribbean, Monsters Inc, Toy Story, and according to the latest trailer, Cars.