Today is National Panda Day, which means it’s the perfect opportunity to do a little awareness for Disneynature’s next film – “Born in China.” A Panda family features prominently in the movie that will be hitting theaters on April 21st. Here are two clips from… Read More »National Panda Day and Disneynature’s new film “Born in China”
If 2016 seemed a bit off to you, perhaps it was because Disneynature had no theatrical release this year. They’re making up for it with “Born in China” next year. The movie heads into the wilds of China where few people have ever ventured to… Read More »John Krasinksi joins Disneynature’s “Born in China” as narrator
Shanghaist reports on “Touch of the Panda” a new Disney-produced movie that is opening in China. It follows the story of a Panda Cub separated from its mother. Even if the plots not original it might be worth it for the scenery. The film was shot in the Woolong Giant Panda Nature Reserve.
Continuing our overseas trip, we have a story on a book of stories and anecdotes about Tokyo Disneyland that may have been plagiarized. Lawyers are now involved.
Two updated posts to note: First I’ve added a couple photos to my post about the new Green Disneyland Bakery; Second it turns out the Sherman Brothers documentary will open on May 22nd. Right now it’s at four cities, which I’ve added to the original post.
So far Orlando has been lucky enough to avoid a confirmed case of Swine Flu. If the cases continue to grow, that won’t happen forever, but it’s good news for now.
One of the juiciest rumors in the week of rumors that were this week, was the tidbit that GE and Universal Studios is giving serious consideration to buying the Busch Entertainment Theme parks, including (or perhaps only) the SeaWorld properties.
Looking for a great night on the town that’s also affordable? You may want to make another trip back to Downtown Disney to check out some deals. Not sure how long these specials will last, so ask when making reservations. Look below the cut for details: