Filming Begins on Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Captain America is slated to save the world once again in 2014. Production on Captain America: The Winter Soldier started this week in Los Angeles, according to an announcement by Disney. Filming will also happen later this year in Cleveland, Ohio, and Washington D.C.

Disney Being Sued by Stan Lee Media

Recently, Stan Lee Media has filed a suit against the Walt Disney Co. seeking "billions of dollars of profit" while claiming they own the rights to Marvel characters such as Iron Man and Spider Man.

Stan Lee, creator of many of the popular Marvel characters, no longer is associated with Stan Lee Media. That company says Lee gave it the rights to the characters back in 1998, but then assigned the same rights to Marvel about a month later.

In this latest suit, Stan Lee Media states:

Disney Pixar Films Hit AMC Theaters for Holiday Weekend

Can't make it to Disney World with the family this Memorial Day weekend but still want something "Disney" to do? Why not head out to your local AMC theater to take in a few Disney Pixar films on the big screen? Starting today, Friday, May 25 and running through Monday, May 28, AMC Theaters will be showing a selection of animated films from Disney Pixar for $6 per person.

Christmas-Themed Legal Battle for Disney

Earlier this week, Disney was sued by two men for copyright infringement over a Christmas movie.

The men, who hail from Missouri and Tennessee, claim they wrote then pitched to Disney a story called "Santa Paws" in 1991. At the time, their idea went nowhere. However, since then, Disney has released two movies with similar themes and elements, according to the men.

"Beauty and the Beast" Coming to the Big Screen in 3D

"Beauty and the Beast," a popular movie classic from Disney, will be released into theaters January 13 in 3D. This new take on an old favorite comes on the heels of the popular and successful big screen, 3D run of Disney's "The Lion King."

Movie Buzz: "Lone Ranger," "Thor 2," and "Phineas and Ferb"

Disney has been doing some rearranging of release dates for future movies, and here's the inside scoop on what's coming up and when.

First off, the release date for "Thor 2" was pushed back from July 26, 2013 to November 15, 2013. This, in turn, makes way for Disney's "Phineas and Ferb" movie to hit the big screen on the original "Thor" date of July 26, 2013.

Disney Hires New Head of Casting

Disney got a new head of casting when it hired Randi Hiller to fill the slot of VP of casting. The post had been vacant since February's layoffs.

Hiller, an independent casting director with more than twenty years of experience, has worked on Marvel pictures in the past, including "The Avengers," "Thor," and "Iron Man 2." Her resume also includes a few past Disney pics - "Miracle" and "Race to Witch Mountain." She is also noted for her work on the Oscar-winner "Crash."

Starz to Pull Disney Content from Netflix Streaming

Disney movie fans who utilize Netflix streaming service to enjoy their flicks might have to look elsewhere come February. It looks like talks and negotiations between Netflix and Starz Entertainment have ceased with no agreement.

Disney Stops Production on "The Lone Ranger"

Fans of Johnny Depp and Disney movies will have to cross one of their must-see list. Disney has stopped production of "The Lone Ranger" that was set to start filming this fall.

It appears the reason lies behind a disagreement over the budget between Disney and producer Jerry Bruckheimer. Disney is said to have had a firm budget for the western in mind while Bruckheimer had a different idea.

Judge Sides With Disney/Pixar In 'Cars' Complaint

Were characters from the popular Disney/Pixar "Cars" and "Cars 2" movies plagiarized from a British screenwriter? Not according to a recent ruling by a federal judge.

Last spring, Jake Mandeville-Anthony claimed the talking, adventure-loving autos from the animated films were based on his original idea. The screenwriter brought his claim to light last spring and said he submitted a script in the 1990's in which similiar characters appeared. At the time he made the claim, he also sought to prevent the release of "Cars 2."

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Delves Into The Galactic Ground War

Everyday, more Star Wars news slams into our senses. A brand new teaser trailer has been released for Star Wars: the Force Awakens. In just a couple of days, September 4th, is the day that all the new Star Wars toys are being showcased on Force Friday in a global multi-media unboxing event. And now, cast information has ben released regarding the first Star Wars spin-off movie: Rogue One.

Looking Ahead To An Action Packed Marvel Studios 2015

To steal a line for the great Stan Lee; "Hello True Believers!" It's been a while but with the new year slowly coming upon us, the Marvel News machine is beginning to pick up spread as it prepares for it's biggest year to date. 2015 promises to be a phemonenal year for Marvel fans around the world: movies, TV, and streming content all plan to take over our screens in one way or another. So, what I hope will become a more regular series here on WDW for Grown-ups, I bring you another iconic Marvel aspect...The Bullpen.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Teaser Trailer

Star Wars Insanity! There, I said it. Star Wars fans all over the globe have begun to loose their minds as the very first teaser trailer for the new Star Wars movie has released. In case you haven't been bombarded by it on TV, Movie, or internet... you can watch it here.

Guardians of the Galaxy Spoiler-Free Review

Marvel's newest cinematic property has opened to its first summer weekend with over $94 million in US box office sales alone, and I for one could not be happier. Before we jump right into my review of Guardians of the Galaxy, let me give you our faithful readers, a little information regarding this ragtag group of scoundrels, thieves and criminals as they embark on their quest to save the universe.

With Love to Disney’s Fab Five Father – Goofy

While we all know that Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck are well known to be Uncles, Goofy is the only one that can claim the title of Father. He's used a wide range of names since his creation for "Mickey's Review" in 1932. He's been called Dippy Dawg, George Geef, or G. G. Geef, John, James Boyd, Goofy Goof, or G. G. Goof and even occasionally been given as Goofus D. Dawg. No matter what the origins may reveal, we all know him and love him by his nickname "Goofy."

Lots of Live Action Updates From Walt Disney Motion Pictures

The last week or two has seen a plethora of Disney/Star Wars/Marvel news come flying at us. Little bits here and there as production of many properties, as well as new projects, begin to ramp up. We at, thought it would be best to give a rundown on some of the that might be important but didn't necessarily need stand alone articles. And so, on with the omnibus...

Saturday Style: Tony Stark

Let Dad know that he'll always be your hero with this fun collection of Iron Man gear. Start with a comfy t-shirt to let everyone know that he's property of Stark Industries, and then, just like Tony give him the stylish MAGTITAN NEO LEGEND Power Bands.

Disney Blurs The Lines Of Heroes And Villains In "Maleficent"

"Sleeping Beauty" was the first Disney movie I saw as a child. What more could a young boy want then an epic story of a prince fighting a great evil (that just so happens to battle a witch that turns into a fire breathing dragon) for the love of his damsel in distress. As I grew up, however, that young boy wanted more than just the usual 'knight in shining armor' story. So when I was given the opportunity to see Disney's new take on this classic story, "Maleficent," I jumped at the chance...and I wasn't disappointed.

2014 Star Wars Weekend Celebrity Line Up

Only a couple of weeks away from the beginning of Star Wars Weekends, Disney has released the list of all your favorite actors and actresses and the dates that they will be participating in this years event. Before we look at the list, the two hosts this year are celebrities in their own right and deserve special consideration.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review

Those who have followed the Marvel Universe from comics to television and now to the movies can tell you that the storylines that Marvel and Disney have chosen to bring to the big screen are truly part of the storytelling process that has made Marvel one of the leading comic book publishers.