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It’s time to say thank you to the companies that support The Disney Blog through our partnership with MaingateAds. We’re happy to have both Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort on as sponsors. If you are planning a trip … Continue reading
Drivers along Hollywood’s Sunset Boulevard can welcome one more eye-catching advertisement to the roster of billboards along the world famous road. This TRON: Legacy billboard even lights up the night for some extra excitement. TRON: Legacy opens in theaters near … Continue reading
Apparently it involves big bellies… Coming soon to a theme park near you? On second thought, there is so much titillation and stereotyping in this ad, I’m no longer amused. Is this sort of thing typical in Japan?
Jason Garcia of the Orlando Sentinel looks into how the new Tron-o-Rail is dividing fans over its value as a marketing tool for Tron Legacy. I still haven’t seen the actual monorails in person (that’s my goal this weekend), but … Continue reading