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Walt Disney Animation Studios has been on a steady pace of releasing one animated feature a year since “Meet the Robinsons” in 2007. However, due to a quirk in the production schedule at Pixar, you’ll have to wait two years … Continue reading
Congratulations to the team at Walt Disney Animation Studios down in Burbank. Disney’s “Big Hero 6″ eclipsed Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” at the weekend box office. The estimated take for Big Hero 6 is $56.2 million dollars, a 15% increase over … Continue reading
The latest animated feature from Disney, “Big Hero 6,” is a fast-paced, visually rich 3-D computer animated feature that is a clever reflection of the world we live in today with lessons we can use to build a better tomorrow. … Continue reading
Last night Disney launched its next animated hit with a star studded premiere and after party right in the middle of Hollywood at the El Capitan Theatre. The gold-flecked streets of Hollywood were made to look like San Fransokyo and … Continue reading