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Tag Archives: alice in wonderland
Update: boy I was off my game this morning. Missed two more nominees: “Day & Night”: Teddy Newton from Pixar for Best Animated Short and “The Tempest” – Sandy Powell for Costume Design. That makes it 14 total nominations. Apologies … Continue reading
Color Bob Iger very happy. Two weeks after becoming the highest-grossing animated film of all time, Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 3 will cross the $1 billion mark at the global box office today, joining Alice in Wonderland as the second $1 … Continue reading
This video has been making the rounds for a few days. It shows Alice and the Mad Hatter inspecting the new look for the Alice in Wonderland attraction. It’s a good thing he’s mad, because I don’t think any other … Continue reading
After abruptly closing on July 15, the Alice in Wonderland attraction at Disneyland has reopened. Guests will notice a new safety barrier along the outside, elevated track where the caterpillar cars descend. The barrier will assist cast members and maintenance … Continue reading