Moore used hand-held cameras and scripts on iPhones to blend in with the rest of the park revelers. But The Hollywood Reporter is wondering why the famously litigious Disney Co. isn’t suing, especially since the poster for the movie is of Mickey Mouse’s chubby, gloved hand dripping with blood.
“The strategy is to avoid giving ’Tomorrow’ a bigger box office,” says a studio source.
The hands-off approach could backfire, though, once the idea that this is “The Movie Disney Doesn’t Want You To See!” goes viral.
“Escape from Tomorrow” opens Oct. 11.
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Bryan Cranston’s first post-“Breaking Bad” role will be as the blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo.
Pixar’s release of “The Good Dinosaur” has been pushed back to 2015, meaning that next year will mark the first time in eight years that the studio has not released a film.
The defense has rested in the Michael Jackson wrongful death suit, and closing arguments are set to begin Monday.
Jackie Chan is building his own theme park in Beijing called J.C. World.
“Scandal” star Kerry Washington tops People magazine’s best-dressed list for 2013.
Actress Spencer Locke (“Resident Evil”) is 22.
Actor Jon Bernthal (“The Walking Dead”) is 37.
Actress Moon Bloodgood (“Falling Skies”) is 38.
Actress Kristen Johnston (“The Exes”) is 46.
Actor Gary Cole (“Office Space”) is 57.
Actress Debbi Morgan (“Coach Carter”) is 57.
Author George R. R. Martin (“A Game Of Thrones”) is 65.
Sculptor Dale Chihuly is 72.
Actress Sophia Loren (“Two Women”) is 79.
Actress Anne Meara (“ALF”) is 84.