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Category Archives: Film
If you recall how Disney’s Enchanted ended, Giselle (Amy Adams) ended up with her prince (Patrick Dempsey) and a successful career in fashion in the real world, while Adele Dazeem (played by Idina Menzel (I’m joking)) got her man in … Continue reading
The Tattooed Bakers of London have created an amazingly realistic cake shaped as the head of Angelina Jolie as she portrays the character of Maleficent from the upcoming Disney movie. The baking couple of Eddie Lebeau and Richard Amon created … Continue reading
Disney’s heartwarming ode to love, ‘Blank – A Vinylmation Love Story’, is coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios for Valentines day weekend. Filmed entirely in stop-motion animation, Blank follows an unpainted Vinylmation as he finds himself on a quest that alters … Continue reading
This was bound to happen, was it not? Disney just announced that the box office juggernaut will be revamped in select theaters as a sing along version. The regular film will play with the words and a bouncing snowflake accompanying … Continue reading