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After the amazing reviews and copious amounts of praise it received, this should come as a surprise to no one; but Disney has reportedly decided to push for an Oscar Nomination for Pixar’s WALL-E in both the Best Picture and … Continue reading
Pixar’s robot love film has now passed $218 million at the US Box Office. Disney increased the theaters over the labor day weekend, the 10th week of it’s run, which resulted in a little bump. But if you want to … Continue reading
Hahaha. EVE and WALL-E five years later…. WALL-E still hasn’t kicked his hoarder habit.
July 23-25 dedicated Disney’s Cast Members will volunteer their time to raise money for United Arts with the annual “Encore” choral event. The theme this year is “Anything can happen”. More information at encorecentral.org. The Orlando Sentinel reports on the … Continue reading
The El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood is the pinnacle of the Disney movie watching experience. It is old Hollywood meets new, with restorations to both the exterior and interior, and equipped with Dolby SR-D digital sound, film and digital projectors, … Continue reading