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Tag Archives: walt disney animation studios
Disney continues to be one of the few studios that includes an animated short ahead of their animated features for each theatrical release. The animated short accompanying Walt Disney Animation Studios’ next release “Big Hero 6” will be “Feast.” Feast … Continue reading
Lost in the success of Elsa & Anna’s “Frozen,” was the announcement of a new Disney heroine who hails from much warmer climates – the polynesian isles to be exact. “Moana” is a computer animated comedy coming from Walt Disney … Continue reading
Fans just can’t get enough of Disney’s Frozen. The tale of unusual friendships and the power of sisterly love will soon get it’s own “Making Of” special to air on the ABC Network. “The Story of Frozen: Making a Disney … Continue reading
Olaf, the snowman from Disney’s Frozen, was one of the more adorable characters from Disney’s most successful animated film. But outside of plush dolls and movie marketing, he hasn’t gotten a lot of love from the mouse. Now Olaf has … Continue reading