Meet Elena of Avalor! She's Disney's first Latina Princess and she will be introduced next year.
The way that Disney presents the absurdly small princesses and massive male heroes may change the way men and women see themselves.
Disney movies are immortal. We watched them when we were children, and (let's face it!) we're still watching them. They're fun, entertaining, and touching, but they also teach us valuable life lessons.
A copy of Actions Comics No 1, the book that essentially launched the entire superhero industry in 1938 by featuring Superman's debut, received a bid of nearly $2.2 million ($2.194 mil to be more precise) on an eBay auction
San Diego Comic Con filed a lawsuit against Salt Lake City Comic Con on Thursday in U.S. District Court in Southern California, over it’s similar name.
Since “Madagascar” was such a big hit among children and adults at the same time, Dream Works decided it’s time for a new animated movie. However, this time the stars will our favorite undercover spies: the penguins
CBBC just announced they will be broadcasting new episodes for Danger Mouse starting 2015. Cartoon Network is also thinking about bringing back some of its previous stars: The Powerpuff Girls series which originally ran from 1998 until 2005 is getting some new episodes “on request”.
Disney Goes Big At Annie Awards: FROZEN Wins 5 Awards. See Full List Of Winners: The Croods, Monster's University And Toy Story of TERROR!
Disney's “Frozen” shined at the 41st Annie Awards, taking home 5 trophies. Other winners include the ABC special “Toy Story of TERROR!” Cartoon Network’s “Adventure Time”, Disney's “Get a Horse”, and “Despicable Me 2”, winner of Best Animated TV/Broadcast Commercial for the Cinemark ad featuring the Minions.