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It’s getting to be a habit. Every week on Tee Fury there’s another set of great Disney themed t-shirts for us fans. Today you get to choose between two excellent designs by Megan Lara (who are we kidding, you can … Continue reading
Earlier this week famed photographer of the stars Annie Leibovitz added Jessica Chastain to the list of celebrities she has featured in her Disney Dream Portraits series. The famous redhead portrayed Pixar’s first princess, also a redhead, Merida from the … Continue reading
Photograph Annie Leibovitz’s collaboration with Disney Parks for the wonderful Disney Dream Portrait series continues. This time with the first every character from a Pixar film. Jessica Chastain portrays Princess Merida from “Brave” in this portrait entitled “Where your destiny … Continue reading
There’s been a period of silence following Brave’s win at the Academy Awards, but now director Mark Andrews is talking about the prospects of a sequel. They’re pretty good, winning the Oscar certainly helped. Andrews was in Scotland working with … Continue reading