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Author Archives: John Frost
There was a ton of news in the world of Disney this week. In case you missed it, here’s what we posted earlier this week: A big Happy Mother’s Day to everyone out there who has ever hugged a child … Continue reading
Walt Disney really was ahead of his time as evidenced by this Friday Funny: Add your own caption in the comments below.
The fun folks up in Emeryville’s Pixar Studios don’t want you to forget your Mother on Sunday. So they’ve released this small reminder from the world of Monsters University.
James Lopez is best known as an animator at Walt Disney Animation Studios and an instructor at CalArts. He’s worked on a bevy of great film characters including Timon from The Lion King, Pain from Hercules, and Dr. Facilier from … Continue reading
Tokyo Disneyland is the third Disney theme park to get the Star Tours 2.0 upgrade (Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disneyland are the other two). The actual ride mechanics is the same, with over 50 possible ride combinations, but the setting … Continue reading