The cast of "Rogue One" graces the cover of this week's Entertainment Weekly, which promises to deliver behind-the-scenes news of the upcoming "Star Wars" film. Plus, Darth Vader is back.
Pixar's latest dive into the life of the forgetful blue tang fish will encourage both kids and adults to keep on swimming.
The film is based around the well-known folkloric character of Maui.
Commentary: Though the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has long been a gamer's mecca, you might be better off staying home.
Pixar opens up about how it experimented with new tech for the highly anticipated sequel to "Finding Nemo." Plus, the studio hints at very early experiments with virtual reality.
Disney reportedly demands several weeks of additional shooting to lighten the mood of "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story."
Nearly four years after the deal was announced, Netflix will become the exclusive place (in the United States) to stream new Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar movies.
To achieve an immersive experience through sound, Ken Travis, sound designer of "Aladdin," created something never seen or heard before on a Broadway show.
A prototype robot can do things like play a xylophone, thread string through the eye of a needle and play catch with a balloon.
From under the stage at Aladdin on Broadway, automation technician Steve Stackle tells CNET about the tech used to move the scenery across the stage.
CNET meets with "Aladdin" Production Stage Manager Jimmie Lee Smith, who reveals some of the behind-the-scenes tech that makes the show sparkle.
Google proposes a set of new emoji to represent different jobs, and Durex wants safe sexting with a condom emoji. Also: Disney puts an end to the 'Infinity' game.
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