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Tag Archives: characters
Those of you who have ever considered being a costumed theme park character might want to read this story at the Orlando Sentinel first. You’ll probably have second thoughts. Costumed characters were back in the public eye after prosecutors recently … Continue reading
If reviewer and Cannes accolades are any indication, Pixar looks to have another hit on their hands with “UP”. Disney’s Hollywood Studios will attempt to capitalize on the film’s good standing by offering guests a chance to get their photos … Continue reading
Alain Littaye Andy De Maertelaere (Oops) of the MouseKingdom blog compares two type of character encounters and wants to know which you prefer: an orderly queue or the flash mob. Orderly queues have been the ‘modis operendi’ for the domestic … Continue reading
Tinker Bell and her Pixie Hollow Fairies made a very brief appearance at a media event this morning. I was only able to get this poor shot. Sorry about that. Hopefully, we’ll get a better view in the coming days.All … Continue reading