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Tag Archives: princess and the frog
Speaking on behalf of all of January’s live tweeters, we had a great time! We made jokes, we made observations, we made some more jokes, and we re-tweeted the heck out of each other. I couldn’t wait until this month, … Continue reading
Anika Noni Rose, Princess Tiana, takes us on a very special journey through the music from The Princess and the Frog. The soundtrack hits stores November 24th or pre-order it now from Amazon. Save over 25% if you pre-order. Also … Continue reading
It’s one of the realities of Disney Animated Features, they’re just plain expensive to produce. So much that sometimes even a $400 million box office earning film, like Cars, just breaks even for the company after marketing and production are … Continue reading
The first five minutes of The Princess And The Frog, mostly finished, but still in rough form in parts, has been leaked to YouTube. Don’t know how long it will last, so check it out now. Part two: 39 seconds … Continue reading
It think it’s beautiful. A lot more obvious about the story and a great look at all the marvelous minor characters we’ll get to enjoy. What do you think?