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Author Archives: John Frost
Two more unequal foes you could not imagine, and yet Alice in Wonderland enters the TeeFury Battle Arena with Baymax and his San Fransokyo Robots. You get to decide who will emerge victories, Big Hero 6 or flower girl. As … Continue reading
from Instagram: King Triton looms large over The Little Mermaid courtyard at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort Previously: Tour The Little Mermaid section of the Art of Animation Resort.
It’s a big moment in the film, Cinderella’s first dance with the Prince. Clearly they’re all watching The Prince right? What did you think? The costumes still blow me away. Sandy Powell is a costuming genius. Previously: Cinderella meets her … Continue reading
Bunnies bring easter eggs right? Maybe that explains why they’re all over Walt Disney World this time of year. It’s getting to be an annual tradition. The popular Egg-stravaganza egg-hunt is returning to Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, and EPCOT from … Continue reading
We recently looked at seven attractions that Disney will likely never build again in their theme parks, everybody told me that while the list was accurate, it was also depressing. Today I want to offer a little more hope (in … Continue reading