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Dear Taylor, We've never met, but I'm a big fan of yours. In fact, you made me the man that I am today. Confident and resilient, I may not have all my issues in order, but I eat adversity for breakfast. I'm a good guy to have on your side, even if...
LOS ANGELES -- The online video touted an epic unveiling from one of Hollywood's most revered filmmakers: "In three days, Ridley Scott returns to the genre he redefined. ..." After two days of subsequent videos, it arrived: not the movie, not even the...
After less than three years on the job, Rich Ross is out as chairman of Walt DisneyStudios. Ross' departure, which was largely expected throughout Hollywood, follows a period of management upheaval at the Burbank-based studio and a pair of two high-...
Walt Disney Co. said it expects to incur a loss of about $200 million on its big-budget sci-fi film, "John Carter," based on box-office results. The film's theatrical performance -- which brought in $184 million in global box-office sales, well shy of...
Disney managers invested $250 million to make"John Carter,"the next blockbuster of fantasy adventure films. They borrowed major elements from other hit movies. They spent serious money to illustrate the exploits on screen with riveting special effects....
WGN NewsHe's been a vampire, a green goblin supervillan, and now he plays a four-armed, 12-foot tall alien by the name of Tars Tarkas in the upcoming Disney sci-fi adventure film,"John Carter." Willem Dafoe tells WGN's Dean Richards about his thrilling yet...
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**1/2 (out of four) Like that other long-haired, bare-chested hero with the initials J.C., John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) arrives just in time to calm heated alien tempers and save Mars from laser-powered destruction. OK, maybe the biblical allegory only...
WGN NewsWGN's Dean Richards reviews this weekend's new releases including the sci-fi adventure flick 'John Carter,' Eddie Murphy's' A Thousand Words,' and the charming dramedy 'Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.' Before you head out to the theatres this weekend, be...
This week's leading literary adaptation is "John Carter," a movie crafted from a sci-fi tale by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the author who also brought us Tarzan. Chicago-born Burroughs (1875-1950) scraped by in various careers until 1910, when he began...
ReutersLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Dr. Seuss movie "The Lorax" stayed firmly planted at No. 1 on box office charts over the weekend, easily trumping the debut of Walt Disney Co's expensive sci-fi flick "John Carter." The animated "Lorax" notched its second win in a...
By now, the arguments seeking to explain Disney's "John Carter" debacle have flown so fast they've almost contradicted themselves. The Taylor Kitsch-starring science-fiction epic, which grossed just $30.6 million this weekend on a budget of more than...
Special to The Herald-MailI feel sorry for Mars. It's been at the center of so many bad movies over the past decade or so. 2000 saw a pair of immense disappointments in "Mission to Mars" and "Red Planet." There was an animated flop last year called "Mars Needs Moms." It was also...
Tags: Taylor Kitsch, Dr. Seuss, Movies, Watchmen (movie), Lynn Collins
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