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In 2006, Animator Chris Sanders was forced out of Walt Disney Animation Studios when John Lasseter removed him as director of the American Dog movie, which eventually became Bolt. Sanders had previously directed the beautiful and touching Lilo & Stitch … Continue reading
Actress and recording artist Zooey Deschanel gives us a little preview of ‘So Long’, a song she sings in Disney’s next animated feature, “Winnie The Pooh.” “Winnie the Pooh” hits theaters July 15, 2011. Become a fan on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WinniethePooh … 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
After winning the week, Tangled has also come in number one at the Box Office beating Harry Potter and a weak newcomer over a slower weekend. $21.5 million is a drop from last weekend, but it was enough to beat … Continue reading