John Carter producer Jim Morris talks with Spinoff Online about the Disney action-adventure, his fondness for Edgar Rice Burroughs’ century-old pulp classic, and his hopes for a movie trilogy.
In the hands of Pixar director Andrew Stanton, Disney’s John Carter is a satisfying sci-fi adventure that brings modern audiences all the spectacle of old Hollywood historical epics.
The Wire alum Dominic West talks with Spinoff Online about acting alongside Mark Strong in Disney’s action-adventure John Carter, and encountering devoted Star Wars autograph collectors.
John Carter star Lynn Collins talks with SPINOFF ONLINE about the challenges of playing Martian warrior-princess Dejah Thoris in the Disney action-adventure.
Actor Taylor Kitsch discusses playing the lead in Disney’s John Carter, working with director Andrew Stanton, and what he looks for in a role.
Public interest in John Carter is seemingly minimal – despite some outstanding reviews – in large part, if not entirely, because of the trailers that made the movie look like some generic SF movie we’ve all seen before, but this week’s release of the Avengers trailer prompted widespread excitement about what’s facing Thor, Captain America and Iron Man this summer. How much power does a trailer actually have… And what makes a good one?
Two-time Oscar nominee Willem Dafoe discusses his role as the Green Martian king Tars Tarkas in Disney’s live-action adventure John Carter.
John Carter director Andrew Stanton discusses the approach to adapting Edgar Rice Burroughs’ novels, rumors of a ballooning budget, and the decision to change the title of the Disney film.
John Carter costume designer Mayes Rubeo talks with Spinoff Online about clothing the ancient civilizations of Mars, and how the upcoming Disney adventure differs from other sci-fi movies she’s worked on.
While John Carter director Andrew Stanton denies he went over budget, Hollywood insiders wonder just how poorly the film will perform at the box office.
Disney has premiered the first full scene from director Andrew Stanton’s John Carter, featuring Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins and Mark Strong.
Disney has debuted seven new stills from director Andrew Stanton’s John Carter, featuring shots of Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins and Martian cities.