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SeaWorld Orlando has released the first webisode focused on the construction of TurtleTrek, the next big attraction coming to the park. The new attraction brings guests close to sea turtles and manatees then immerses them in a sea turtle’s epic … Continue reading
So, I recently started an internship with the Jim Henson Company, which has had a very close relationship with Disney ever since they sold the Muppets in 2004. (Just so you know, the internship is awesome!!) Well, this week at … Continue reading
Can’t wait for LOST to return to ABC in early 2010? In the meantime, how about a new series of Webisodes that will keep you involved solving some of the show’s mysteries. Four more in the series are scheduled to … Continue reading
The first webisode, Heritage, from Disneynature’s EARTH takes you through Walt Disneys dream of creating nature documentaries, from his Bambi and True Life Adventures to the creation of the Disneynature label in his legacy. Award-winning Director Alastair Fothergill also speaks … Continue reading