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Update: Free “The Incredibles” offer is over. New reward is nicely done copy of the original sheet music for Mary Poppins’ “Let’s Go Fly A Kite” when you buy copy of “Saving Mr. Banks.” Details on the Disney Movie’s Anywhere … Continue reading
The old photographer’s saying goes “the best camera for the shot is the one you have with you.” With more than half of the US now possessing a mobile phone with digital camera built in, the phone has become the camera fo … Continue reading
In celebration of Wreck-It Ralph’s availability on HD Digital Download (iTunes) this week and 3D Blu-ray DVD Combo Pack on 3/5 Disney has shared these two deleted scenes from the Oscar nominated movie! In the first clip Dunderson shares an … Continue reading
For the last decade or so, Disney has really been focused on expanding untapped markets out of Asia. As it turns out Asia includes the sub-continent of India. Under it’s label “Disney World Cinema” Disney’s latest partnership will help it … Continue reading