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Lifetime wakes up Cave Bear

US cable channel Lifetime is adapting Jean M Auel’s novel The Clan of the Cave Bear.

Produced by Fox 21 and Lionsgate in association with Imagine Television and Allison Shearmur Productions, it will be executive produced by Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Allison Shearmur, writer Linda Woolverton, Francie Calfo and Auel. 87 more words

Adaptation

The Lion King (1994)

Films don’t often generate the kind of unequivocal, universal appreciation the way The Lion King has. Much more than a simple animated feature the movie defines a generation, through nostalgic songs, gorgeous backdrop and an epic coming of age story.

Movie Reviews

Film Review: “Maleficent” (2014)

Directed by: Robert Stromberg

Writers: Linda Woolverton, Charles Perrault

Cast: Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning, Sharlto Copley, Lesley Manville, Imelda Staunton, Juno Temple, Sam Riley, Isobelle Molloy and etc. 803 more words

Movie Reviews

Maleficent Movie Review

Sleeping Beauty has always been one of my favorite Disney movies. Ever since I was a young kid, I loved the music, the characters, and especially the epic battle at the end. 736 more words

Heavy Metal

What's in a Screenplay Writer?

After finding out about Linda Woolverton yesterday, I did a quick and cursory count of Disney’s screenplay writers and found, courtesy of their Wikipedia pages, that of the Disney fairy tale films (I didn’t look at their other movies, just those few), up until last year Linda Woolverton actually… 389 more words

Fairytales

Humanising the Villain in Disney's 'Maleficent'

Details

Director

Robert Stromberg

Screenwriter

Linda Woolverton

Genre

Fantasy

Distributor

Disney

Running Time

97 minutes

Australian release date

29th May 2014

Australian rating

M (fantasy themes and violence) 2,016 more words

Angelina Jolie

The Things You Can Find

I’m digging into the Disney Beauty and the Beast right now. And looking it up online, I found an interesting bit of trivia: the screenplay writer was Linda Woolverton, which made her the first woman to write a Disney animated feature (which definitely shows in the movie, especially contrasted with previous Disney movies). 542 more words

Fairytales