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Tag Archives: Animation
It’s been a few weeks since Wreck-it Ralph hit the shelves and if you haven’t already added it to your collection, what are you waiting for? Walt Disney Animation Studios’ latest hit shows that it still has the ability to … Continue reading
When Disney’s Planes takes off this summer, audiences will Dusty the crop duster on a unique journey above the world of Pixar’s Cars. Disney has announced a long list of talented voiced actors for the movie. We already know Dane … Continue reading
Originally set to be released as a direct to video ‘in the world of’ sequel, Planes was elevated to a full theatrical release after Disney saw the potential of the story and the quality of the animation (and don’t forget … Continue reading
In case you’ve been asleep for the last 20 years, David Crow at Den of Geek has a nice retrospective on the state of Disney Animation focusing on what he calls the renaissance period. Crow starts with the dark years … Continue reading
I think Disney’s marketing team has picked up their game a bit in 2012 and 2013 appears to be getting off to a great start too. Check out how they’ve remade East London’s famous Brick Lane into “8-Bit Lane” to … Continue reading