Last week, rumors began circulating the internet that a Batmobile had been stolen from the set of Batman v. Superman. Why am I talking about this on a Disney blog? Because director, Zach Snyder tweeted out this picture with the caption, “Case closed.” Notice who the culprit seems to be?


Everything seemed to be back to normal, but Abrams released a video yesterday of the Millennium Falcon from the Star Wars set. While it’s nice enough just to see Han Solo’s ship again, as you watch be sure to pay attention to the end (when the music changes) and you might catch a glimpse of the missing Batmobile.

I love when film makers do things like this. It seems like a lot of fun.


Chris grew up during the Disney renaissance of animation and took his first trip to Disney World when he was ten. Even though he has loved Disney his whole life, his obsession didn't start until he began planning a trip for his honeymoon. Right now, his primary job (at least the one that doesn't pay the bills) is to indoctrinate his daughter with his love of Disney while at the same time convincing his wife to move to Orlando so he can become a tour guide in the parks. He can also be found indulging in his nerdy side (both Disney related and otherwise) at