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A set of six new character posters from Disney’s next animated feature “Big Hero 6″ have made their way onto the internet. It’s not clear if these are official posters or rejected art for some sort of merchandise project. But … Continue reading
Disney’s next animated feature draws inspiration from a Marvel comic book — “Big Hero 6.” Set in a futuristic San Fransokyo, the movie features a robotic prodigy named Hiro Hamada and his companion robot named Baymax. We did get to … Continue reading
This week we got not one, but two Marvel trailers (three if you include the trailer for (the Avengers playset) in Disney Infinity) At the beginning of the week, Marvel released a (second trailer) for Guardians of the Galaxy which … Continue reading
Disney has recently registered the OlafsAdventures.com domain name leading to some speculation that one of the first expansions of the Disney Frozen franchise will be based on the lovable snowman voiced by Josh Gad. Disney CEO Bob Iger is committed … Continue reading