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The Jungle Book

Disney Casts Idris Elba As Villainous Tiger In 'The Jungle Book'

Posted 03.07.2014 | Entertainment

Idris Elba will soon be a Disney villain. Elba recently signed on to voice the man-eating tiger Shere Khan in Disney's remake of "The Jungle Book,...

These Movies Coming Out In 2014 Are A Lot Like Other Movies Coming Out In 2014

The Huffington Post | Matthew Jacobs | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment

If you feel like you're seeing double when it comes to this year's movie lineup, you're not the only one. We've noticed a plethora of films opening or...

Jungle Book: Look for the Bare Necessities

Cara Joy David | Posted 10.21.2013 | Arts
Cara Joy David

When Mary Zimmerman was announced to direct/adapt Disney's The Jungle Book, I was surprised. I never thought the production would materialize (Pinocchio, anyone?), but knew that if it did, I'd have to see it.

Disney's D23 Expo: Richard M. Sherman & Alan Menken - Together Again... For the First Time!

Chuck Mirarchi | Posted 10.09.2013 | Travel
Chuck Mirarchi

Disney's D23 Expo, which is taking place August 9-11 at the Anaheim Convention Center in California, offers visitors an immersive weekend into every aspect of The Walt Disney Company.

Waiting for Lefty Explodes at Oracle ; The Jungle Book Fizzles at Goodman

Kelly Kleiman | Posted 09.08.2013 | Chicago
Kelly Kleiman

Quick: would you rather pay $115 (or $303 to a ticket broker) to see the misbegotten offspring of Walt Disney and Mary Zimmerman, or pay nothing whatsoever to see a powerhouse re-interpretation of Clifford Odets's Depression-era howl of protest?

From Stage to Screen and Then Back Again

George Heymont | Posted 01.14.2013 | Arts
George Heymont

In recent decades, movie musicals that began as full-length animation features and original movie musicals have become multi-million dollar stage vehicles drawing audiences into theatres in cities around the world.

"The Jungle Book"... Where Books Are Seen

Posted 03.05.2012 | Arts

Although we spend hours looking at books, we rarely acknowledge their physicality, especially if we're reading something on a Kindle. Natasha Bowdoin ...