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Author Archives: John Frost
He thrilled you with a monster-filled monstropolis, and took you on an adventurous balloon ride above the clouds, Academy Award-winning director Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.,” “Up”) is back with “Inside Out,” where he will take us to the most extraordinary … Continue reading
Burbank, CA located Pinup Girl Clothing is about vintage-inspired pinup couture for every body size and style. They have an amazing collection of retro style dresses and outfits that will make you think you’re on the set of a funky … Continue reading
I’ve already seen some amazing cosplay characters from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. In fact, two local cosplay artists were hired by Disney to be Gamora and Starlord at the recent “Unlead the Villains” event at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Those … Continue reading
“Prince Ali” is the big production number that opens the second act of Disney’s Aladdin the Musical. The colorful, energetic stage production brings new life to the 1992 animated Disney film with a freshening up by original composer Alan Menken … Continue reading