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A Kite's Tale - Disney's VR short this month

Disney Animation Studios is ready to produce its second virtual reality short, A Kite's Tale, at the SIGGRAPH conference in Los Angeles this month. Following the debut of their first short VR, Cycles, at the same conference ...

Cuphead, a former Disney employee will also work on the expansion

Tom Bancroft, a former Disney animator, has announced that he will work with MDHR to work on the expansion of Cuphead, still in development.

John Vignocchi leaves Gearbox and joins Nintendo

John Vignocchi, a former vice president of Disney Interactive, left Gearbox in order to land on Nintendo of America.

Star Wars - Disney announces the new trilogy

This Christmas in theaters will see the latest chapter of the Star Wars trilogy open in the 2015 with "Strength Awakening". However, Disney has recently unveiled the calendar of upcoming films that ...

Is Disney interested in buying Hulu too?

Disney, as we all know, recently bought 20th Century Fox and in the agreement there were several networks including Hulu. The house of little mouse, currently, owns the 60% of the shares of the American entertainment giant and being ...

The Lion King - Jon Favreau talks about the challenges in creating the film

The Lion King is the new highly anticipated Disney Live-Action film inspired by the classic 1994 animation. Being one of the most beloved films by the public, the expectations of this new version would seem to be very ...

Disney +, release date announced and some exclusive series

Through announcement on Twitter, Disney has announced the first TV series dedicated to the Marvel world that will be created for the new Disney + streaming channel. falcon-winter-soldier-e-wandavision% 2F Leaving aside the name, WandaVision (hoping it is only temporary), ...

The Lion King - let's discover the new trailer for the Disney movie

Disney has recently released the new "Lion King" trailer, a live action film based on the 1994 classic. The cast includes Donald Glover in the role of Simba (as an adult), Beyoncé (Nala), Seth ...

Borderlands 3 - Review

The hunters of the crypt are back, and they are more hungry for treasure than ever. Gearbox, after seven years from the publication of Borderlands 2, ...

NBA 2K20 - Review

If you have the finished 4-2 in the eyes for Toronto against Golden State thanks to a sumptuous Kawhi Leonard, if you are following with anxiety ...

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