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Everywhere I went this weekend I saw cast members in plaid escorting people around the park. Frequently these VIPs are celebrities of some sort who are fans of Disney just like us. My rule is to leave them alone unless … Continue reading
I sat through at least two showings of Camp Rock 2 with my daughter. Disney is about nothing if not over-exposure, and they showed it on the Disney Channel all weekend long, every night including tonight’s Labor Day holiday. My … Continue reading
Disney Consumer Products just launched its own Youtube channel — Disney Living. But don’t look for Mickey Mouse Cartoons or Movie Trailers, instead the new channel will highlight whats coming from the designers in Burbank. Disney Living will give Disney … Continue reading
Please welcome back Mark Storer to The Disney Blog. – Editor I grew up listening to and playing music. When I was young, it was the Jackson 5 and the Osmond Brothers that dominated the pop scene. Others were prevalent, … Continue reading
When The Walt Disney Company saw that The High School Musical series was a surprise hit and it appeared that musicals were “hip” again with young audiences, Disney knew they just had to tap into that gold mine. One of … Continue reading