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The Disney Blog reader Justin lives right around the corner from the Parade of Homes event site in Herrimen, Utah. That’s the site where a developer is building a full-scale livable version of Carl and Ellie’s home from Pixar’s Up. … Continue reading
Update: More stories covering the Pixar “Up House” including two great video tours. Bangerter homes, in conjunction with the the Salt Lake City Home Builders Association, has come up with a great way to get visitors, and potential buyers, to … Continue reading
We saw the teaser trailer for Cat Cora and the Muppets new web series last week. Turns out it wasn’t for The Disney Channel, but rather for Disney Online and DisneyFamily.com. “Muppets Kitchen” and “Hasty Tasty” both aim to help … Continue reading
CartoonBrew.com brings us the story of Chad Stewart a former Disney animator who lost his house to a fire while he was at church with his family. His family includes eight kids, four girls by birth and four adopted boys. … Continue reading