The Disney chairman says, "We have a lot of them [in place]," he said about the main actors, whose names have not been disclosed. "We’re just not completely done yet."
As part of "The Hollywood Masters" interview series, the director criticizes "so-called liberals" in the studios and adds: "You’ve got a lot of black executives at the studio who are afraid to give their opinion about what black culture is."
Brian Knappenberger's documentary on internet prodigy and activist Aaron Swartz. The film explores Aaron's arrest for allegedly downloading four million academic articles from online services.
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Ron Shusett, who wrote the 1990 "Total Recall" and "Alien," tells THR the timing of the new adaptation could be tricky -- but that many other pieces are falling nicely into place. READ MORE
The pair will write either Episode VIII or Episode IX — their exact division of responsibilities is yet to be determined — and they will also come aboard to produce the films. READ MORE
The "Incredibles" helmer squashed fan hopes with this simple tweet: "Not doing Star Wars." READ MORE
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In a call with investors, CEO Bob Iger says the $4.05 billion purchase price is two percent of the company's market value. READ MORE
UPDATED: A superfan's view of why Kathleen Kennedy's hands on the next set of adventures could turn the series away from the Dark Side. READ MORE
Think less "Phantom Menace" and more "Empire Strikes Back" as a new director will be in place for the first time since 1983. READ MORE
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THE REPORT: Three new movies (at least) and a global brand blitz will greatly expand one of Hollywood's biggest franchises. READ MORE
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