With songs like “Arabian Nights,” “Friend Like Me,” “Prince Ali,” and “A Whole New World,” it would have been very surprising if the upcoming live-action Aladdin film wasn’t a musical. But just in case, the director has officially ended any doubt.
Flash and Supergirl weren’t the only ones breaking out their singing pipes this week. The Magicians went full Les Misérables on Fillory’s path to war, and we’ve got the full song and dance right here.
This is not a drill, people. The first song clip from the upcoming Flash and Supergirl musical crossover for The Flash is out, and they’re literally singing about the power of super friendship. Yes yes YES!!
It’s good to be Donald Glover. Coming off multiple awards for his show Atlanta, he’s about to play Lando in the Han Solo movie and now he’s joining another major Disney production. Jon Favreau just cast him as Simba in the live-action version of The Lion King.
Two mermaids come onto dry land and join a band that plays in a burlesque club. And that’s just the first 10 minutes of the insanity that is The Lure, the weird Polish fantasy musical which just released a new trailer.
The “Songify The News” crew has tackled the Star Wars anthology, sharing what they call previously unreleased musical numbers from the entire series. That includes the most shocking reveal of all: Supreme Leader Snoke is actually Jar Jar Binks. Twist!
This story is almost too crazy to be true. We all know Lin-Manuel Miranda. He’s multiple award-winning genius behind Hamilton who helped write songs for Moana and now has several projects in the works with Disney. Well, it turns out he already worked on an animated musical called Vivo, but Hollywood just didn’t make…
Fans of shows like Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow have probably wondered if those characters would ever make it to the big screen. Well the executive producer of those shows did just sign on to do a big Warner Bros. movie, but don’t expect any superheroes. Just one super hungry plant.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show reboot (aka Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do The Time Warp Again, aka RHPS: LDTTWA, aka kill me now) aired Friday night, and it definitely looks like we might’ve seen the end of Fox’s foray into TV movie musicals. The Laverne Cox-led production got about 5-million viewers, which is…
Enchanted is by far one of the most underrated Disney movies. How underrated is it? I guarantee half of you reading this right now probably don’t know what the hell we’re talking about. So let me explain why you should still be excited for this sequel.
No, the mega for series crossover from DC and CW expected later this year will not be a transcendent orgy of pop music and dancing. Because that would mean Berlanti and his array of showrunners and producers looked out at the onscreen talent afforded them and said: yes. Motherfucking musical.
If you’ve ever seen Disney’s The Lion King on Broadway, you’re already quite aware that it’s a 360-experience in itself. But now you can get even closer to the magic from a centre stage view that’ll have you feeling like it’s the first time again.
In 1910, Didier Masson successfully flew a biplane designed and built by self-taught engineer Lilian Todd. In the short film Miss Todd, Todd’s life — with the challenges the came with being a woman in early aviation — is turned into an animated musical, although her life takes a slightly different turn.
Beyond the cast (and it just lost the werewolf, incidentally), we still don't know too much about Ryan Murphy's upcoming horror-comedy-musical (?) series Scream Queens. But here's a teaser featuring Emma Roberts in college-kid character, sassily chomping on what appears to be haunted bubblegum. Ok then!
Because Death Note, Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata hit manga about a teenager who is able to kill people by writing their names in a death god's notebook, has been adapted for just about every other medium, it's now becoming a musical. And some of the English-language songs are now online.
Rob Marshall's Disney adaptation of Steven Sondheim's Into The Woods succeeds in so many things, but fails in the most important part: the heart.
If you're still freaking out about Disney's adaptation of the classic musical Into The Woods, take a listen to Anna Kendrick's Cinderella tune "On the Steps of the Palace." It should help ease your fears.
Jane Krakowski "leaked" her audition for Peter Pan Live! and it's everything we wanted and more. Watch this if you miss 30 Rock.
"The Madness of King Scar" is a song that was based on a scene cut from the original Lion King movie that ultimately made it into the stage musical. One animator took the disturbing Scar and Nala portion of the song and imagined how it might have looked in the animated movie.
Christopher Walken doesn't quite look like himself all dolled up as Captain Hook for the upcoming live televised performance of the musical Peter Pan. In fact, he doesn't look quite like a real human being.