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A new clip from Yahoo! Movies provides us a moment from the film in which Elinor struggles to talk about her problems to King Fergus. I like the comic relief from Fergus which helps to lighten up an otherwise emotional … Continue reading
Disney*Pixar has released a new clip from “Brave” titled ‘Cutting Class.’ In it King Fergus and his daughter Merida spar with swords while reciting the clan’s history. What do you think?
At Disneyland, Merida has set up camp across from “it’s a small world.” At the Magic Kingdom, Merida is located on the edge of Fantasyland to the right of Cinderella Castle (as you face it from the hub). Both feature … Continue reading
We’ve already seen most of the footage in this latest clip shared by Pixar, but I can’t get enough of the family at the center of Brave. What about you? Who else would like to see a ‘walk-around’ Fergus in … Continue reading
While word of Disney’s first Scottish princess greeting guests inside a Disney themepark makes its way around the world to Scotland’s papers (she sounds Irish, they say), the Magic Kingdom has completed the transformation of the space originally created for … Continue reading