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Tag Archives: pixar
If you live in Hawaii and can get yourself to Oahu, there are two free screenings of the next animated short from Disney / Pixar – LAVA. There’s one on Friday Nov 7 and one on November 9 as part … Continue reading
Disney Fans, it’s time to get Wired. No really. Go out and get the next issue of Wired magazine. It will feature a special cover with over 30 Disney and Pixar animated characters, not to mention Ed Catmull and John … Continue reading
Okay. We don’t get a Pixar film this year. But next year we get two. That’s a good feeling right? Get ready for an emotional roller coaster ride back through the history of Pixar’s amazing films in the first preview … Continue reading
Is the next shoe ready to drop for the upcoming Disney’s Hollywood Studios expansion? Disney has already closed American Idol Experience and will slowly be consolidating its “Frozen Summer” offerings, the Sing-Along which is expected to move into the former … Continue reading