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Tag Archives: maleficent
Yesterday, the Magic Kingdom premiered it’s brand new Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade to general acclaim from park guests. Heck, spontaneous applause even broke out as the final floats disappeared backstage. The whole parade was amazing and every unit stood … Continue reading
The 2nd major trailer for Maleficent – Disney’s retailing of Sleeping Beauty from the evil fairy’s point of view – aired on The Disney Channel over the weekend and is slowly leeching it’s way across the internet. I like how … Continue reading
For the last several days, Disney has been hinting at the new “mystery float” that will be added to the “Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade” coming this spring, and they’ve finally revealed that the latest addition will be a giant … Continue reading
The new trailer for Disney’s Maleficent has been released and it looks fantastic. From what we can tell Angelina Jolie is as icy and evil as we thought she would be, but there is a layer of curious sentiment involved … Continue reading