The Tom Hooper-directed movie-musical dropped its second trailer, featuring a star-studded cast competing for a "new life." Right after it was released, things took a funny turn...Cats will premiere on December 20.
Disney has a reputation for being chock-full of wholesome content, which makes sense, given that the company is an American staple of children's media in America. However, being branded as "clean" doesn't mean the writers can't have a little fun with their jokes. In fact, we think it's even more impressive when the jokes are still funny to us adults without using any vulgar content.
Here are some of Disney's most iconic examples of insults and comebacks!
President of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige took to the stage today to announce the lineup for Marvel's next phase of superhero movies. Was it in direct response to DC's announcement earlier this month? We'll let you be the judge.
Here's all the information we have about the Marvel Cinematic Universe going forward.
Move over, NCAA March Madness. Twitter user @yeeitsanthony broke the internet last week after posting what has become a very controversial Disney vs. Pixar bracket. We could argue for hours over whether Tarzan or Hercules even belong on the bracket, so you can imagine the spats that are forming over people's winners.
As with anything that goes viral on Twitter, the bracket itself has turned into something of a meme. We're almost partial to the parody brackets!
Watching a movie with your parents can prove to be a real gamble - sometimes you get some nice wholesome bonding time, while other times you get an unexpected gratuitous sex scene that kind of makes you want to melt into the seat and disappear.
These Twitterusers are telling us all about their most awkward experiences with their own parents - you'll be glad you weren't in their situations!
Twitter user @guiltyart, started up the kind of thread that gets the waterworks going. Are you ready to cry your eyes out? Alrighty, then by all means take a deep dive into this emotional Twitter thread about all the movies that managed to break people inside. Sometimes a storyline or a scene in particular just hits you right in the damn feels, and there's nothing you can do about it.