Tag: Disney

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ revamps the franchise, making it the best installment to date

From the moment the first teaser trailer dropped in April, featuring the perfectly fitting Norse-inspired Led Zeppelin track “Immigrant

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Rough Sketch: Animation’s powerful techniques can attract more than cheap laughter

There are two films about the horrors of war that have left the greatest impact on me: Steven Spielberg’s

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Disney shepherds Hollywood in equal casting representation

America’s largest family-based film empire, Walt Disney Pictures, has been demonstrating a new trend of creating progressive, live-action

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TitanCon attracts cosplayers and pop culture enthusiasts

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9cTBILAtAQ The second annual TitanCon took place Saturday inside and around the Titan Student Union, but anyone unfamiliar with the

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CSUF alumna and 1991’s “Beauty and the Beast” screenwriter Linda Woolverton talked workplace sexism

CSUF alumna Linda Woolverton, the first woman to write a screenplay for a Disney-animated feature, talked with students in

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Movie Review: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ a gorgeous approximation of the original

Disney serves up another top-notch fairytale with the enchanting new live-action “Beauty and the Beast.” It’s a squeaky clean

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Disney stands strong during “Beauty and the Beast” controversy surrounding gay character

Disney’s 2017 live-action recreation of the classic film “Beauty and the Beast” has been met with criticism both globally

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‘Finding Nemo’ consultant explains intersection between science and art in animation at CSUF symposium

Keynote speaker Adam Summers described how science and art intertwine to create the lifelike movements behind some of Disney

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