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Grab your paper and pencil as once again Disney Character artist Heather Worley from Animation Academy at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is kind enough to give us a quick tutorial on how to draw the perfect Minnie Mouse. Want to come … Continue reading
If you haven’t heard, sinking interest in American Idol sunk the American Idol Experience attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Disney previously said it would close in January 2015, but news is out from cast members that they’ve been told Saturday … Continue reading
From getting the budget approved to hosting the first event in the park, the Frozen Summer at Disney’s Hollywood Studios promotion took about a month to pull together. It’s nice to see that Disney can still be nimble when it … Continue reading
It’s been no secret, with hints coming even from the upper echelons of Burbank, that Disney is looking to capitalize on their acquisition of the Star Wars franchise by expanding its presence in the theme parks. Right now that is … Continue reading