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Tag Archives: academy awards
Time for Academy Award Nominations. Members of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voted and The Walt Disney Company racked up nominations in 6 categories with 7 overall nods (or 8 depending on how you count them). Best … Continue reading
Well hey there everybody! I haven’t written an article in a while, so I thought I would catch everyone up on some recent Disney news, large or small. Into the Woods, the Sondheim classic musical, is becoming a film through … Continue reading
In celebration of their Oscar nod, the fine folks at Industrial Light and Magic Visual FX (now a part of The Walt Disney Company thanks to the Lucasfilm acquisition) have released a special video highlighting how many of the special … Continue reading
For the second year in a row Disney’s slate of Oscar nominated films is dominated by pictures from a studio other that Walt Disney. Yep, outside of animation and special effects, Disney is now relying on Dreamworks to bring it … Continue reading