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Disney’s Tangled will be released on Disney Blu-ray & DVD March 29th. Make sure you check out our contest for a chance to win a copy, or pre-order it on Amazon. As part of the promotional tour for the DVD, … Continue reading
EPCOT’s 2011 International Flower & Garden Festival opens today. While I won’t be able to make it out until this weekend, I did send a spy today who took these sneak peeks of the preparations still underway for one of … Continue reading
Update: boy I was off my game this morning. Missed two more nominees: “Day & Night”: Teddy Newton from Pixar for Best Animated Short and “The Tempest” – Sandy Powell for Costume Design. That makes it 14 total nominations. Apologies … Continue reading
Update 1/5/11: Added survey results below Fan covers or fandubs are a popular phenomenon on YouTube. This year’s Disney Animated Feature “Tangled” has generated its share of videos in the genre. So for this week’s Videopolis, I thought I’d introduce … Continue reading