Disney films tend to follow a recipe that includes a hero's journey (either figurative or literal), a sidekick, catchy songs, a villain and a lesson
Poor Cinderella - she still can't catch a break.
But this is not just the tale of how the happy artisans of Hollywood and their boss soften the heart of an uptight Englishwoman (who was actually born in Australia). It is that, of course. Thompson has no peer when it comes to British stiffness, and Hanks is a master of evocative facial hair, American regional accents and earnest likability.
Who dares challenge the devious Jack Sparrow? Us cine-goers are in for a treat because it is Javier Bardem, no less, who dares. Javier Bardem told NDTV: "It was fun to play this pirate. Where do you get a chance like this ever? It was a Disney ride and you got paid for it"
The video also shows a huge sticker of Mickey Mouse on the floor, which explains Karan's caption. "The Disney boy looks over us!" is how Karan captioned the video he shared on Twitter
Beauty And The Beast, which released on March 17, has done 'almost three times higher' business as compared to Cinderella, Moana and Zootopia
"Disney is considering to release a sequel to Beauty And The Beast starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens around 2019 or 2020," said to a source.
Hrithik Roshan, Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna were spotted leaving a suburban multiplex on Sunday night with their kids after watching Disney - Pixar's latest 3D animation film, COCO.
Disney/Pixar's new film Coco releases this Friday. It's a 3D computer-animated musical family adventure film. NDTV.com's Rohit Khilnani gets us the first impressions of the film in this video.
Actor Javier Bardem, who plays the 'bad guy' in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, told NDTV that it was fun to be a villain. "It is fun to play the angry ghost as you call it and it is fun to be part of the franchise and to belong to this fiction world where you are a pirate," he said. "It was like a dream. It was like a Disney ride," he added.
Celebrating 25 years of the path breaking movie Salaam Bombay in New Delhi, director Mira Nair speaks to NDTV about her next movie for Disney and The Reluctant Fundamentalist.