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Apparently this is the last TRON: Legacy Trailer to be released. There is a lot of new footage and some of what count as spoilers. Enjoy.
A few years before Pirates Of The Caribbean went into production, a rumor went around that Disney Studios was actively looking at Disneyland’s attractions for possible movie properties. Multiple scripts were written for a Haunted Mansion movie before that horrible … Continue reading
Twitter just launched a new service called @EarlyBird. It’s basically a channel that will alert followers to special deals. The first deal just happens to be special two for one tickets to Disney’s Sorcerer’s Apprentice via Fandango. Act soon as … Continue reading
Reports from Hollywood are that Disney has sold it’s art house studio Miramax to a consortium of investors for $675 million. TheWrap.com had the scoop, although Disney refuses to confirm the report. This ends a long strange chapter for Disney … Continue reading