Amazon.com has updated its entry for the Wreck-It Ralph original motion picture soundtrack to include the 25-track list. Ultimately, short of the titles of the score portions composed by Henry Jackman, there is little surprise here except that it includes previously released music from Kool & the Gang and Rhianna in addition to the original music for the film by Owl City, AKB48 and Skrillex with Noisa.
Ahead of any official announcement from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, the official Peter Pan Facebook fan page reports that Peter Pan: Diamond Edition will
never land on Disney Blu-ray on February 5, 2013. The movie, with little more than a placeholder, is available to pre-order now on Amazon.com.
Since no official announcement has been made at this time, bonus features are unknown but we are unhappy to report that from what we have learned thus far, there will be no additional features including in the Blu-ray edition of the film, although we sincerely hope we are wrong. We also expect Return to Never Land to be released at the same time.
A new international teaser poster for Wreck-It Ralph was released today, this time courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Ireland. The primary image is very similar to that of the poster we shared yesterday, although here, Game Central Station is enclosed inside an arcade cabinet and in addition to all of the other characters, Clyde from Pac-Man is also included.
Also different is the tag line, which has been altered just a little to read ‘when the game is over, the fun begins.’
Wreck-It Ralph makes its domestic debut in theaters on November 2, 2012.
Disneynature’s 2014 motion picture Bears cozies up to the brown bears who call Alaska’s stunning coastal mountains and shores their home, revealing through tender moments and entertaining imagery how these animals are far from grizzly creatures. This shooting location provides some of the most spectacular visuals ever for a Disneynature film. The film is directed by Keith Scholey (African Cats) and Alastair Fothergill (Earth, African Cats and Chimpanzee).
Initially purported to be a clip exclusive to the Frankenweenie: An Electrifying Book iBook, Walt Disney Studios has recently released this extended clip from Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie through Apple’s trailer website (this particular embed comes to us via Walt Disney Studios Australia).
Titled ‘Goldfish Reanimated,’ the clip takes places shortly after Edgar ‘E’ Gore confronts Victor in his home about how he knows Sparky has been brought back to life. Blackmailed, Victor shares his secret reanimation process with Edgar on a specially-selected goldfish, but neither understand the shocking result.
Frankenweenie debuts in theaters nationwide on October 5, 2012
From Walt Disney Studios Australia/New Zealand comes this teaser poster for Wreck-It Ralph from Walt Disney Animation Studios. In addition to featuring Ralph, Fix-It Felix, Vanellope von Schweetz and Sergeant Calhoun, the poster also features licensed characters including Sonic the Hedgehog, Neff, Zangief, Dr. Eggman, Q-Bert and M-Bison in a pose reminiscent of the iconic scene inThe Right Stuff under the tag line ‘when the arcade closes, the fun begins.’
The poster’s image also takes place inside Game Central Station and shows the electrical sockets leading to the movies’ original games (‘Fix-It Felix Jr,’ ‘Hero’s Duty’ and ‘Sugar Rush’) as well as popular, licensed games such as ‘Street Fighter,’ ‘Q-Bert’ and another title that appears to end in ‘Racing.’
Walt Disney Studios has provided us with these images from the ‘white carpet’ last night as Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie held its Los Angeles premiere at Disney’s El Capitan Theater. Much of the cast along with several celebrities were attendance for the event which was covered by a special section known as the ‘puppy-razi.’
After the premiere, the celebs moved across the street to The Annex at the Hollywood & Highland Center for the afterparty, which featured neat decor such as prop movie posters for films based on the pets seen in the film such as the turtle monster and the mummy hamster.
Did you ever wonder what puppet excrement looks like? You’re about to find out, but before we get to that revelation, we have a couple of other clips from Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie from Walt Disney Studios to share with you.
First up is one of the more embarrassing of the trio and many of us can empathize. Picture this: you’re a young boy on the verge of manhood and you’re curious about anatomy, experimenting as much as you can in the privacy of your attic lab. Then suddenly — when you least expect it — your mom bursts into the room and discovers your dirty, little secret — you’ve resurrected your dead dog. So goes this clip titled ‘Mom Finds Sparky:’
Walt Disney Animation Studios last night released a new television spot for its upcoming film, Wreck-It Ralph, out in theaters on November 2, 2012. Whereas the Paperman short that will open for the film is a real game changer, Ralph is a literal game changer as evidenced in the new commercial. The ad features plenty of new footage including an overview of Litwak’s Family Fun Center & Arcade and all other sorts of goodies.
Still attempting to keep the new name for its movie cloud a secret, Walt Disney Studios has officially stopped promoting the service which allows consumers to play back movies across all devices as being called ‘Disney Studio All Access’ (DSAA). The DSAA teaser site (dsaa.com) now points to http://disney.go.com/movies-rewards-more which features a new, abbreviated version of the teaser video featuring the song ‘Everything At Once’ by Lenka. The new video makes no reference to ‘Disney Studio All Access,’ nor the replacement name we’ve been reporting of ‘Disney Movies Anywhere.’ Instead the video promises simply ‘movies, extras, rewards and much, much more’ and advises the viewer to visit MoviesRewardsMore.com which is owned by Disney but is not yet operational despite the video being on a well known page.