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Category Archives: Disney Consumer Products
During a special event at the 2014 American International Toy Fair, Disney Consumer Products unveiled four new toy lines expected to hit stores this year. Actors Andrew Garfield and Jorge Vega of the upcoming film Amazing Spider-Man 2 debuted new … Continue reading
One of my major Disney obsessions are Vinylmations! So the latest news telling us that Disney has taken Vinylmations to the next level by introducing a new stop motion animated short film (38 minutes) has a multitude of fans, myself … Continue reading
At the Mouse House world headquarters in Burbank, rumors have been ciruclating of coming layoffs and now the shoe appears to have dropped. Chief Executive mouse Bob Iger ordered an audit of the company and found it a bit puffy … Continue reading
Barneys New York is launching Electric Holiday, a holiday campaign that introduces the characters of Disney lore to New York’s High Fashion. Disney even allowed the store to take some of the characters “off-model” so they would fit the more … Continue reading