It is no surprise when someone says that Disney movies are some of the best movies made today. Between Marvel films and the countless other movies they have created since the beginning all, for the most part, have held high standards. With the recent release of Mulan, Disney’s recent live-action recreation, people have been taken back by the low reviews and confusion among fans.
Last week, the Coronavirus was declared an international health emergency. This epidemic is eye-opening and while there are many layers to this story, there’s one aspect that has come to the attention of the Chinese government. The coronavirus isn’t just killing people, but the box-office too.
A couple of weeks ago, Coldplay announced that they will not be touring their most recent album, Everyday Life, because touring is not considered eco-friendly.
Halloween is over, but there’s still something haunting me. We have lost incredible talents like singer/songwriters, actors, and musicians who we admire and would do anything to see them just one last time. But show business won’t let the dead die.
Amanda Stojanov, M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Digital Media, gave an Artist Talk at Edison Hall on Monday, Nov. 4. Stojanov spoke on her past works since she graduated from Monmouth in 2014.
While Kanye West is enjoying his latest album Jesus is King reaching the top of Billboard’s 200 chart for the ninth time in his career, he has also had some success with his latest film too. Yes, as a companion with his album, West released a film with the same title in IMAX theaters countrywide. The film is a concert performance of West’s new rap-gospel album at the Roden Crater in Painted Desert, Arizona.
There’s a lot we can expect from the new streaming service that Disney is releasing in a few weeks on Nov. 12.