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For the last few years Star Wars Weekends has been advertising the event with a series of witty posters that set characters from the Star Wars Universe in odd situations at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Here are a bunch from this … Continue reading
Pixar’s Brave looks better with every little bit of information that’s released. Today it’s a new still from the movie featuring Merida, a lurking bear, and a mysterious blue light. If you remember a few days ago we looked at … Continue reading
After a brief flurry of concept art in February, Disney Animation has been awfully quiet about Wreck-It Ralph. But they’re out today with a poster for the movie and rumor is the trailer will debut with The Avengers. I suspect … Continue reading
I’m always fascinated to see how Disney chooses to market its films to non-US audiences. Frequently it’s completely different material than what we see. With Pixar’s Brave we’re seeing a few really interesting takes. Some cultures it might be hard … Continue reading