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After the Haunted Mansion film failure, it seemed that Disney was taking a break from theme park inspired movies (other than the POTC). Recently though, this niche genre that only The Walt Disney Company can provide has seen a resurgence. … Continue reading
Pirates of the Caribbean and The Haunted Mansion are two attractions that have already been made into movies and there are other ideas in various stages of conception for the Walt Disney Studios including a movie based on the Magic … Continue reading
There have been a lot of random Disney news stories appearing recently, so I thought I would bunch them all together so you don’t have to go searching! This will cover Parks, ABC, Disney Channel, Consumer Products…and MORE! (I realize … Continue reading
The Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster attraction at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is one of the true modern classics. It bridges the best whimsy and detail of classic Imagineering with the talents and technology of the modern era. … Continue reading