For the past three years, since the purchase of Marvel by Disney, fans have been wondering if we'll ever see our favorite comic books head to the big screen in some sort of animated form.
Pixar has always been the first place to go for these kind of discussions, but it sounds like Disney is developing their first animated comic book adaptation without the computer animation giant.
Blue Sky Disney (via ComingSoon) and On the Grid have both independently reported that Disney is planning an animated adaptation of Big Hero 6 with Winnie the Pooh director Don Hall at the helm with an eye for a theatrical release sometime in 2014.
New Details for GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY and CAPTAIN AMERICA 2 (Yesterday, Jun 19, 2013) - Some new details have emerged for some highly anticipated flicks being developed by Marvel and Disney. Those flicks include Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Big Hero 6 and more. If you don't want to know anything more about these flicks then be care full reading ahead because there... read more
Trailer for MARVEL'S HULK AND THE AGENTS OF S.M.A.S.H. (3 days ago, Jun 17, 2013) - Disney XD has released the first official promo trailer for Marvel's new animated series Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. Even though the series slightly looks better than Avengers Assemble I still couldn't help but roll my eyes. I don't know what Marvel animation is doing, but it's not good. I know... read more