Steve beats me to it. I meant to post about the new articificial trees sprouting up at Disney World now that NEXTEL has become a major sponsor, but I got called back to Las Vegas for the sale of our house first. Steve has a cute photo essay up showcasing one such Disneyia Nextelius.
Okay. This is actually old news. But a Reuters article that ran yesterday is stirring up the dust again. Disney has to start completely from scratch on this Toy Story sequel. Apparently, Pixar isn't obligated to give them anything, not even character model sheets. AWpTiMuS.com explains the general feelings out there on his blog. Of
LaughingPlace.com's Latest includes info on the next Pirates film (titled: Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest) direct from Dick Cook's mouth. Reports of work on the backlot at Universal Hollywood and sightings across the Bahamas have already begun. [ ttags: potc, pirates, depp, film, disney, orlando, bloom, knightly ]
Gordon at Conglomerate Blog posts his thoughts on The Disney Eisner and Ovitz trial and exactly who will be held responsible. The answer -- no one really knows.
John at Flagrantdisregard (a wonderful daddy blog I'm suprised I haven't found before) posts a map of registered sex offenders in Southern California, the density of that map is quite creepy. Then to squick you even further, he posts a map of the registered sex offenders living near Disneyland.
On January 24 Xlibris (a print on demand online bookstore) released Walt’s People – Talking Disney with the Artists who Knew Him – Volume 1, the first volume of a series of books that aims to re-animate the field of Disney research. The Walt's People book series, edited by Didier Ghez, is a collection of
The Orlando Sentinal considers the documentary film "Dream on, Silly Dreamer" that captured the final days of hand drawn animation at the Walt Disney Studios. The article also has a look at some of the personal stories that arose from the closing of the Disney Animation Studios in Orlando. For instance, Project Firefly Animation Studios