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Disney pushes releases of Indiana Jones movie, Black Panther sequel
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Disney pushes releases of Indiana Jones movie, Black Panther sequel

Disney has delayed the release of Wakanda Forever, from July 2022 to November 2022

Alan Horn, force behind reshaping Walt Disney Studios, to retire as chief creative officer after nine years
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Alan Horn, force behind reshaping Walt Disney Studios, to retire as chief creative officer after nine years

“AlanHorn has had a profound impact on the entertainment industry and audiences worldwide,” said Bob Iger, Disney executive chairman, in a statement.

Jungle Cruise movie review: Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt in a feel-good entertainer
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Jungle Cruise movie review: Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt in a feel-good entertainer

When the craft is diligent, and the cast bounces off its leading man’s boundless energy and cartoonish charm, Dwayne Johnson movies can be a lot of uncomplicated fun.

Star Wars: Visions review — Anime anthology breathes new life into saga
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Star Wars: Visions review — Anime anthology breathes new life into saga

Star Wars lends itself quite easily to a magical mystery tour of anime, a medium which affords a lot of freedom to experiment with form, style, and tone.

How the new Disney+ show Visions marries Star Wars with anime
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How the new Disney+ show Visions marries Star Wars with anime

What varies in the nine-part anthology is the mix: the degree to which the films feel like Star Wars shorts that happen to have anime character designs, or like anime shorts that happen to borrow Star Wars motifs.

Emmys 2021: Everything you need to know — when and where to watch, nominees, predictions
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Emmys 2021: Everything you need to know — when and where to watch, nominees, predictions

Netflix's The Crown and Disney+ series The Mandalorian lead with 24 nods each at this year’s Emmys.

Hawkeye trailer: A look at all Easter eggs from Marvel's new show
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Hawkeye trailer: A look at all Easter eggs from Marvel's new show

An unexpected nod to Captain America, crossing paths with #KateBishop, here's decoding all Easter eggs from the Hawkeye trailer

Disney's Jungle Cruise to release in Indian cinemas on 24 September
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Disney's Jungle Cruise to release in Indian cinemas on 24 September

Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt's adventure film will release in India in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

With Shang-Chi and WandaVision, Marvel finds a new villain in grief
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With Shang-Chi and WandaVision, Marvel finds a new villain in grief

How does one upstage Thanos, a villain driven by ideology? MCU makes grief, a motive far more personal and relatable, the bone of contention in Phase 4.

Black Widow movie review: Natasha Romanoff deserves better
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Black Widow movie review: Natasha Romanoff deserves better

Black Widow is in many ways a consolation movie — made after much criticism and pressure from the fans, and it feels like just that — a movie for the sake of one which not only adds little to the MCU, it does little for this character.

Streaming dominates Venice Film Festival with Dune, The Power of the Dog
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Streaming dominates Venice Film Festival with Dune, The Power of the Dog

"Culturally, it's really important for streaming services to help nourish the cinema experience," says Benedict Cumberbatch, whose Netflix film The Power of the Dog premieres at Venice Film Festival.

Cinderella movie review: Camila Cabello musical is a shoe without a soul
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Cinderella movie review: Camila Cabello musical is a shoe without a soul

If the trailer and a mouse-costumed James Corden’s aggressive pelvic thrusting at Los Angeles drivers weren’t red flags, let’s assure you: Camila Cabello’s Cinderella is banana-ooh-na-nas.

Monsters At Work review: Pixar show is all horror and humour, froth and fright
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Monsters At Work review: Pixar show is all horror and humour, froth and fright

Pixar is now walking the Marvel path of extending its IP into the web-series format. And the result is a kind, chirpy, endearing show in Monsters At Work.

Cinderella director says she never gravitated towards the Disney princess
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Cinderella director says she never gravitated towards the Disney princess

"I was not a princess-y girl who would wear dresses but my friends did. That's because I couldn't relate to her being blonde haired and blue eyed. I'm dark haired and brown eyed," says Kay Cannon, director of Cinderella.

Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt's Jungle Cruise to return for a sequel
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Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt's Jungle Cruise to return for a sequel

Disney has started developing a sequel to its latest hit Jungle Cruise. Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt will reprise their roles in the second part.

What's streaming in September: Money Heist, Bhoot Police, Mumbai Diaries 26/11
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What's streaming in September: Money Heist, Bhoot Police, Mumbai Diaries 26/11

While Part 1 of Money Heist final season will release on Netflix on 3 September, Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex will release Bhoot Police on 17 September.

Cruella movie review: Emma Stone tries, but misses the mark
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Cruella movie review: Emma Stone tries, but misses the mark

Cruella is Disney's latest efforts to reintroduce old characters, and contemporise them for the new, younger generation of moviegoers. It's not a memorable one, that's for sure.

Candyman: Slasher horror tops North American box office
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Candyman: Slasher horror tops North American box office

The Universal Pictures film starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II impressively pulled in more than $22.3 million through a quiet weekend despite concerns over the delta variant.

Cruella's changing perception: From spoiled socialite to rising fashion star
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Cruella's changing perception: From spoiled socialite to rising fashion star

Emma Stone’s Cruella is the youngest — and most sympathetic — take on the character yet. Sure, she lies, steals, and hot-wires a luxury car, but she has a clear motive: revenge.

Elizabeth Olsen backs Avengers co-star Scarlett Johansson on lawsuit against Disney: She's tough
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Elizabeth Olsen backs Avengers co-star Scarlett Johansson on lawsuit against Disney: She's tough

"I’m worried about a bunch of things. Not worried on Scarlett's behalf," Elizabeth Olsen lent support to Scarlett Johansson, who has sued Disney for breach of contract over their decision to release Black Widow" on Disney Plus and theatres simultaneously.