Britt Robertson goes to a wheat field for a sec (she touched a pin—you'll see) while George Clooney speaks soothingly about "a secret place where nothing was impossible" in the new teaser trailer for Disney's upcoming feature Tomorrowland.
Quick, name three things that you couldn't possibly imagine yourself or anyone else wanting. Terrible disease? Bulk bag of banana Runts? Live-action Dumbo movie that will certainly contain a gross overuse of CG and a new, secondary human-based plot? Hey, you're in (bad) luck with at least one of those!
Jimmy Fallon might be getting all the late night attention this week, but his new competitor Jimmy Kimmel has one thing Fallon doesn't. Thanks to ABC's direct ties with Disney and therefore Marvel, Kimmel was able to air The Guardians of the Galaxy trailer on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday night.
While Macklemore was celebrating "Same Love" and ho-baggin it up at the Grammys, The Disney Channel was also celebrating its own cleaned-up version of same love. On Sunday night's episode of the family sitcom Good Luck Charlie, a lesbian couple—the network's first-ever same-sex pairing—was featured arriving for a playdate at Charlie's house.
The trailer for Disney's new Maleficent has been released and it'll surely scare the ever-loving shit out of small girls accustomed to nice princess films. It'll also confuse adults who remember Maleficent as the purely evil woman who, when not invited to a party, decided to kill the only daughter of a fertility-challenged couple.
HBO has released another trailer for a criminally underrated show that you might not have had a chance to check out yet; Rich Kids who don't know how to read books are now getting their own book; Jon Hamm may not be a child-abandoning, Xenu-eschewing nutbag, but his newest trailer shows that he still ain't no Tom Cruise; Jennifer Lawrence continues her quiet campaign of world domination.
Fully-grown human Bill Simmons has the fervency of a small child when he really, really wants something (see: his impassioned pleas back in 2009 to become the general manager of the Timberwolves; see also: the Timberwolves bad cop refusal to indulge this). Good cop Disney has now given in to their adorable son's relentless demands, and made him producer on a Deadspin commenter's upcoming movie.