Deadline.com writes the tracking for Disney’s John Carter, opening March 9th, is “shockingly low” and the film could end up being the biggest writeoff of all time. The article also details coming attempts to market the film while at the same time quietly giving the blame to the prior studio chief, Dick Cook. Interestingly, a separate article on Hollywood.com discusses the work already underway on a script for a John Carter sequel.
Marshal discusses some fun stuff to come out of Disney in 2015 that isn't getting as much buzz as it needs. Not surprisingly, McFarland U.S.A. is not discussed.
In this week's visit to The E-Ticket Life, Kyle talks dreaming, failing, and trying again as he shares what's next for him. Check out #eticketlife every Saturday!
Following the disappointing box office performance of Disney's John Carter, Disney has let the film rights revert back to the Edgar Rice Burroughs estate. President...
Marshal lists his Top 10 moments from the 2014 Academy Awards. The real Philomena would've made the list if she zip-lined into the Dolby Theater, in case you were wondering.