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Walt Disney Studios recently held a very successful sneak peek of “Maleficent” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and DCA, so they want to try it again with their expected summer blockbuster – Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy.” The only problem is … Continue reading
I must admit that I was surprised to find an announcement for Disney’s Big Hero 6 in my inbox. I’ve been privy to some top-secret, embargoed, pinky-swear stuff, and none of it mentioned this CG-animated 3D film set to hit … Continue reading
It was all started by a Lamp… Things got a little busy yesterday and I forgot I had this story to tell. The lamp that launched an Animation Studio premiered for the first time twenty-five years ago yesterday. August 17th, … Continue reading
Disney’s next animated film has had it’s name changed… again. Now it will be called ‘Tangled’ instead of ‘Rapunzel’. This is a move to fight off what Disney marketing perceives as a bias against princess films by the lucrative 8-12 … Continue reading
This wonderful parody of the famous Pixar intro comes from College Humor. I hope that Emeryville is on the phone with this animator even now. .