Director Andrew Stanton Dispels ‘John Carter’ Myths


Given the amount of negativity surrounding Finding Nemo and WALL-E director Andrew Stanton’s first live-action film, John Carter, you would think that many are not only expecting it to fail, but want it to. Stanton recently returned to Twitter and has been very active, taking time out of his surely-insane schedule to answer questions posed to him by followers. He has cleared up a few rumors about the film that have been floating around the web for months. After the jump, read what he had to say about the film’s oft-written about budget problems and more. [Read more…]

Watch: New ‘John Carter’ Trailer Filled With Epic Action

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One complaint about the teaser trailer for John Carter was that there was not much to be seen – that it was too mysterious. Well, the curtain has been pulled apart in a big way as the new trailer, which has debuted online through IGN, showcases a lot more action and features snippets from what are sure to be some kick-ass battle sequences. From the many interviews that director Andrew Stanton has given about the film, he is clearly passionate about the film and is determined to release something great. Check out the full trailer here! [Read more…]

New ‘John Carter’ Poster Is Shocking Red


With a new trailer coming later this week, Disney has debuted a brand new poster for the live-action John Carter. The first poster for the film received a bit of a mixed reaction, as it was very mysterious and did not provide any hints as to the storyline of the film. However, I believe that this new poster not only provides tidbits about the story, but it also does it with some style. Courtesy of iTunes Movie Trailers, take a look at the great-looking poster after the jump. [Read more…]

More Images From ‘John Carter’ Hit


John Carter is now less than four months away from its release, which means that marketing for the film is ready ti kick into high gear. Disney should be releasing a new trailer for the highly anticipated film, which is director Andrew Stanton‘s first foray into the world of live-action. The WALL-E director has been busy with reshoots recently, signaling that the film is nearing the end of its production. EW and SFX have released a few new stills from the upcoming production, which will likely be seen in the new full-length trailer. Take a look at the images after the jump! [Read more…]

D23 2011: Andrew Stanton Previews John Carter Clips, Talks Film With Cast


Director Andrew Stanton was able to join his Pixar colleagues onstage for a celebration of the studio’s 25h Anniversary at the D23 Expo. However, he was primarily attending the show to preview the live-action film he is directing for Disney, John Carter. The film has been shrouded in secrecy for much of its development, as much of the shooting occurred in remote areas of Utah. Stanton was joined by cast members Taylor Kitsch (John Carter), Lynn Collins (Princess Dejah Thoris), and Willem Dafoe (Tars Tarkas), as they all talked about the upcoming film and showed off FOUR clips from the film. Read on to see what went down! [Read more…]

Watch: John Carter Teaser Trailer

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Disney has officially released the teaser trailer for John Carter, the live-action directorial debut of Andrew Stanton, director of WALL-E and Finding Nemo. The mysterious teaser holds far more back than it reveals, as the plot is barely touched upon. However, this being our first look at footage from the highly-anticipated film, it is exciting to get a glimpse at how the film will look up on the big screen. Read on to watch the teaser trailer for John Carter! And yes, it is perfectly fine to get excited. [Read more…]

John Carter Cast and Crew Credits

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A few weeks ago, Disney released a preliminary credits list for John Carter, the studio’s live-action feature directed by Andrew Stanton (WALL-E, Finding Nemo). A great cast has been assembled, including Taylor Kitsch (Friday Night Lights), Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Thomas Haden Church (Sideways), and Dominic West (The Wire). On top of that, a great crew has been working on bringing the film to screen such as the aforementioned Stanton, Mark Andrews (One Man Band, Brave), and Michael Chabon (Spider-Man 2). Read on for a look at the list of credits, as well as a few interesting notes about the film. [Read more…]