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Tag Archives: WDI
Probably not all too shocking for those who know me: I am a bit of an audiophile. Specifically, I enjoy listening to music from the Disney Parks; after all, they are some of the few places on Earth where your … Continue reading
Walt Disney Imagineering has released another series in the their Blue Sky Cellar series. The series goes behind the scenes and talks with the people who are actually working on the latest project, in this case Cars Land at Disney … Continue reading
The first photo of James Franco as the title character of “Oz: The Great and Powerful” has emerged on an Italian poster for the movie. Production began last year for the movie that is currently scheduled to hit theaters on … Continue reading
Okay, Walt Disney Imagineering has worked on some pretty amazing projects before. There was Lucky the Dinosaur, himself a descendant of other self-standing dinosaurs that never saw a public appearance. There have been a host of ride systems they tested … Continue reading