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The Monsters University will be officially released on October 29th, 2013, but you can pre-order it today via Amazon. Your purchase through that link supports The Disney Blog and is very appreciated. Full details on the DVD below the jump:
Highlights from day one of the D23 Expo the official Disney Fan Club’s big convention. Included in the video is a welcome from Disney Chair and CEO Bob Iger, Pixar animation’s John Lasseter, the voice cast of Disney’s Frozen, Phineas … Continue reading
I love spotting Disney fans willing to show their love of wonderful stories and characters created by Walt and his talented descendents by dressing up in the parks. Yesterday at Disney’s Hollywood Studios I ran into this couple dressed as … Continue reading
I was able to sneak out to the Magic Kingdom for a few hours on Friday and will have some construction updates from around the park later this week. But first, I wanted to share a merchandise finds that caught … Continue reading