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Tag Archives: Sports
Prior to last night’s NFL Super Bowl XLIX, we showed the 2000 halftime show, which was the last time Disney was asked to put on the halftime performance. But they had done the production five times prior. Fun bit of … Continue reading
It’s true, the butler did it. Malcolm Butler’s goal line interception sealed the game for the New England Patriots and wide receiver Julian Edelman’s 109 receiving yards on 9 catches helped lead the team to a Super Bowl XLIX championship. … Continue reading
Before Super Bowl XLIX’s teams took the field, two of Disney and Marvel’s big super heroes Captain America (aka Chris Evans) and Star Lord (aka Chris Pratt) made a bet on whose team would win New England or Seattle. Stakes … Continue reading
“McFarland, USA” is Disney’s feel good sports movie of the year. Based on a true story of newcomer running coach Jim White, coming into a predominantly Latino high school. Of course the coach, students, and community have a lot to … Continue reading