Ringo, George, John, and Paul are returning to Pepperland next year in an all-new comic book adaptation of the the Beatles’ trippy, 1968 animated film Yellow Submarine, courtesy of Titan Comics.
You’re going to want to set aside $60 for the first of November, because that’s when the next fan-designed Lego Ideas set will be available for sale featuring not only The Beatle’s iconic Yellow Submarine, but also amazing Minifig versions of Ringo, Paul, John, and George.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, and the animated film that followed two years later, Mattel is finally getting around to turning that imaginary golden underwater explorer into a Hot Wheels car, followed by an entire line of vehicles inspired by the movie.
There is a plague of remakes sweeping across the land right now. While some remakes are decent or worthwhile, a lot of them are pointless at best and travesties at worst. And a lot of them are clearly terrible ideas. Here are 10 movie remakes we are overjoyed never got made.
While we're sad that Disney's Mars Needs Moms was box office poison, we can't help but thank this picture for killing Robert Zemeckis' misguided Yellow Submarine remake. One thing is certain: mo-cap films will never be the same again.
Disney has closed the doors to Robert Zemeckis's motion-capture studio ImageMovers Digital. But in the wake of this destruction comes some interesting news. Disney is still moving forward with mo-cap Yellow Submarine and Mars Needs Moms.