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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
Disney Mobile and LucasArts is offering free downloads of their video game Star Wars: Tiny Death Star, available for iOS, Android, and Windows formats. Live life on the dark side, and join Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader on a mission … Continue reading
The Happiest Place on Earth can add one more accomplishment to its long list of magic; it’s been named the number one most-Instagrammed place in the U.S.. So far there have been more than 8 million photos posted to the … Continue reading
An interesting side effect of The Walt Disney Company’s $4.05 billion buyout of George Lucas’ Lucasfilm empire, announced on Tuesday, is that the deal brings Disney closer to Rovio Entertainment, creators of the massively popular Angry Birds franchise. In one of its last … Continue reading