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Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. is now planning to partner up with a new studio to develop a follow-up to the box office bomb.
Though he has his goal, the former president of Warner Bros. reveals that Disney CEO Robert Iger does not set an exact number of films that should be produced by the studio per year.
Rich Ross announces that he is 'no longer believe the chairman role is the right professional fit' for him a month after Disney confirmed it'll book major lose on the Andrew Stanton-directed film.
Claiming that he has 'absolutely no regrets' over the film's big loss, Kitsch says he would 'love to go do 'John Carter 2' ' although it is unclear if Walt Disney Pictures will greenlight the sequel.
Walt Disney Pictures expects to book a great loss on the Barsoomian war movie in its second fiscal quarter, placing the film in the Hollywood's all-time biggest money-losers.
The animated movie stays on the top of the chart for the second week, beating the pricey Barsoomian epic movie which opens on the runner-up spot with a so-so $30.1 million.
During the red carpet interview, Jim Morris also talks about the casting of lead actor Taylor Kitsch, saying the 'Friday Night Lights' actor has 'a certain damaged quality behind the eyes.'
Instead of focusing on the scenes in Barsoom, the long snippet highlights the titular hero's background story as a troubled former military captain in Virginia.
Taylor Kitsch's titular hero and Willem Dafoe's alien warrior Tars are forced to enter a kind of gladiator game, where they must risk their lives to fight against the fearsome monsters.
The actor playing the titular hero in the sci-fi film looks dapper in his suit, while his co-star looks sexy in a plunging dress at the special screening taking place at the Regent LA Live Theatre.
Talking about the cultural influences of Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel, Willem Defoe points out, 'John Carter had to be there in order for 'Star Wars' to happen.'
While the 'John Carter' ad invites audience to an epic battle against White Ape and belligerent Martians in Barsoom, the 'Lorax' commercial unveils more funny moments in an imaginative colorful world.