The kids are the go-to demographic on the Fantasy, the newest vessel in Disney’s fleet of floating theme parks
After a chilly 2011, Katniss and the Lorax have lured audiences back to theaters. Even the super-flop John Carter did better than you might think.
The parody update of the 1980s cop show muscles its way to a $35 million weekend, certifying the odd-couple star quality of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum
Seuss slams Disney, as the $250 million space epic limps into second place
From the director of Finding Nemo and WALL·E comes an ambitious, wayward version of a century-old story that plays like a pallid remake of Avatar
Every Monday, for your planning purposes, we will lay out the week ahead in entertainment. (All times refer to EST.)
1. Bruuuuce’s Newest
This Tuesday, Bruce Springsteen will drop Wrecking Ball, his 17th studio album and
Walt Disney Pictures’ John Carter doesn’t premiere in theaters until March 2012, but that doesn’t mean that Disney won’t crank up the old buzz machine to get people talking about the interplanetary action flick.