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The Annie Awards are to animation as the Emmys are to TV. But the last few years of awards have come off as slightly biased with the Annies not aligning with other industry awards due to irregularities in voting procedure … Continue reading
When The Disney Stores opened they were touted as providing a little of the Disney theme park magic in your neighborhood. Sadly, it’s been a long time since the magic has been present at many of Disney’s retail outlets. A … Continue reading
The San Gabriel Valley Tribune profiles a team of three Cal State Fullerton Students who were finalists in a Walt Disney Imagineering contest to design and build a prototype of an attraction. Their idea is an interactive adventure featuring a … Continue reading
Update: Disney officials continue to deny an agreement has been reached. But with all this positive press, you have to wonder if something is up. Wow. After Shanghai’s government approved the project last month, Disney officials were still denying that … Continue reading