Click through the best shots of PWA photographer John Carter, who captured the best action on day 4 at Pozo.
After the outlandish box-office bombs of John Carter and The Lone Ranger, Disney has set its sights on much safer territory: itself. Continuing the recent tradition of movies-about-better-movies—think My Week with Marilyn and Hitchcock—Saving Mr. Show More Summary
After The Lone Ranger bombed disastrously for Disney, a Western red stain to go along with the sci-fi revenue anvil that was John Carter, Johnny Depp will apparently be trading in the mildly offensive tribal makeup for some non-pirate-related moustache twirling. Show More Summary
Don’t pity The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS). For as badly as The Lone Ranger is performing at the box office, the company’s Buena Vista Pictures is earning as much as ever. More on why that is shortly. First, let’s dig into the bad news. Minions mastered the masked man in the film’s opening weekend as [...]
Probably not as much as you think.
Because The Lone Ranger and John Carter haven't taught Disney any lessons about reaching into the past for more classic big screen adaptations, the studio is developing another live-action take on Rudyard Kipling's classic novel The Jungle Book. Show More Summary
People send me stuff. Just last week we heard that Dr. Robert Carter had been blackballed at his own university where he served as department chair, and now we have this from Dr. Murray Salby, sent via email. Between John … Continue reading ?
Not as bad as John Carter, at least.
Like "Speed Racer" and "John Carter" before it, "The Lone Ranger" is a movie with no constituency to speak of. It's a gigantic picture with a klutzy, deeply un-cool hero (Armie Hammer of "The Social Network"), based on a property that most young viewers don't know or care about. Show More Summary
Good thing Disney started the summer with mega-hit "Iron Man 3." It's latest film, the Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer Western "The Lone Ranger" looks like its going to bomb over the weekend. The first reviews for the movie didn't comeShow More Summary
Armie Hammer describes his off-screen bromance with co-star Johnny Depp, and says he feels no pressure to ensure "The Lone Ranger" is the next "Iron Man," rather than the next "John Carter."
by The Editors Today's blog posts: ‘I’m expecting twins - and I feel like I ruined my family’: America’s most charming couple is back - John Jalsevac The source of future wealth: Babies - Joe Carter Media coverage on Texas SB 5 misses pro-life progress - Michael New The ‘crack baby’…
A Republican member of the Gang of 7 in the House acknowledged on Friday that there were things in the comprehensive immigration bill he is helping to draft that even he did not understand. Rep. John Carter (R-TX), while saying the House...Show More Summary
Rep. John Carter (R-TX), who is working with four Democrats and two other Republicans to draft a "comprehensive immigration reform" bill in the House, said he believed it was impossible to fully secure the border. According to The Hill,...Show More Summary
Rep. John Carter (R-Texas) said the Southern border is simply too wild to plug all the gaps. Read more...
For your diary: TAXING AIR Facts and fallacies about climate change By Bob Carter and John Spooner …
Former President Jimmy Carter is trying to convince the US government to ease up the sanctions on terrorists groups so peace groups are able to work with them. Carter and other do-gooders have petitioned Secretary of State John Kerry...Show More Summary
Showtime has put in development a single-camera, half-hour comedy project executive produced by singer John Legend and his manager, Atom Factory’s Troy Carter. Written by Austin Winsberg and produced by Universal Cable Prods., the project takes place in the world of high-profile music managers. Show More Summary
We've seen Andrew Stanton's vision for John Carter of Mars, but what if Pixar made CG animated versions of Flash Gordon, Dick Tracy, and other pulp stories? Read more...
The Johnny Cash “Forever” Stamp celebration took place June 5th at the Ryman Auditorium featured John Carter Cash, The Oak Ridge Boys, Marty Stuart, Randy Travis, Carlene Carter, Wesley Orbison and other members of the Cash family to kick off Continue reading ?