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Tag Archives: pixie
Saturday was the premiere of the newest entry into the Disney Fairies franchise, “Pixie Hollow Games”. This one is very different since Tinkerbell wasn’t the main character…actually, she probably only had 4 lines. Rosetta takes a starring role (This time … Continue reading
An all new animated special “Pixie Hollow Games” is set to premiere on the Disney Channel this fall. Popular Disney stars from “The Suite Life on Deck,” “Shake it Up!” and more provide the voices along with Broadway actress Megan Hilty (Wicked, … Continue reading
Cast and crew of the third film in the Tinker Bell DVD series Earlier this week Tinker Bell was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Putting aside that this is generally considered a PR gesture, I … Continue reading
If you’re a fan of the Peter Pan story or the new Tinker Bell movie series you’ll find a lot to love in the third movie in the series. I’ve been sent a full 8-minutes of the film as a … Continue reading