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It’s been a while since we checked in with Duy Truong. Turns out he’s still making some amazing fan photography based on the original Dream Portrait series from Annie Leibovitz. Much of his art comes close to capturing the magic … Continue reading
The next Disney Fairies movie “Secret of the Wings,” will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD October 23. The movie follows Tinker Bell’s journey into the mysterious world of the Winter Woods, where she meets Periwinkle, a frost fairy who turns … 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
The world of fairies and sparrowmen that Tinker Bell inhabits is a fun place full of new characters and a familiar mythos that we’ve been introduced to through the Peter Pan stories and the previous two Tinker Bell movies. The … Continue reading