Ben Adler considers himself both a massive Disney fan and a LEGO fan. His two worlds collided when he decided to create something a bit different a set featuring Winnie the Pooh’s house and his friends made completely from LEGO bricks. Check out those mini-figures.… Read More »Your help needed to make this Winnie The Pooh LEGO set a reality
Review: Disney’s “Christopher Robin” bogs down in drudgery of being an adult, finds itself in creativity of youth
In Disney’s “Christopher Robin,” the young boy of the stories has grown up and ends up overcoming some very adult problems with the help of his childhood playtime friends – including the stuffed with fluff one – Winnie The Pooh Bear. Director Marc Forester (Finding… Read More »Review: Disney’s “Christopher Robin” bogs down in drudgery of being an adult, finds itself in creativity of youth
Welcome to the Hundred Acre Wood where the stories of Christopher Robin’s childhood friends come to life. The new movie Disney’s “Christopher Robin” takes the adult version of Christopher, looking for answers to all his adult problems, back to the playground of his youth where… Read More »Disney’s “Christopher Robin” – two featurette trailers and a cute new clip
Can someone remind me, if Goofy is a dog, then what is Tigger? All we know now is that Tigger is one cool cat. This video shot at Disneyland shows a couple of DJs from Arizona showing Tigger a few moves, then Tigger surprises them… Read More »Tigger gets down and does the Cat Daddy
Actress and recording artist Zooey Deschanel gives us a little preview of ‘So Long’, a song she sings in Disney’s next animated feature, “Winnie The Pooh.”
“Winnie the Pooh” hits theaters July 15, 2011.
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Below the jump you’ll find a short, but cute, clip from the movie:
I was at the Magic Kingdom early Saturday morning with my son making our usual rounds. Since the new interactive play queue for Winnie The Pooh opened, one of my son’s favorite things to do has been to get in some quality play time before the queue gets too busy. Going on the ride is actually a bit secondary to enjoying the queue, at least until the newness wears off.
As it turns out there was already a small line for the standby queue and just as we walked up, a cast member was moving aside the trees that just the day before had blocked entrance to the Tigger’s Bouncy Place section of the queue. Based on reports online, it seems like this is just a ‘soft-open’ for that section of the queue and it may or may not be open when you visit.
Looking closely at the bounce pads, it appears Disney has done some work on each one adjusting the spring mechanism to provide a stiffer spring and a shallower dip. Each pad is surrounded by new soft ground that doesn’t quite match the color of the other ground that was laid when the queue was built.
Here’s a quick video of Tigger’s Bouncy Place in action:
More photos, including other changes to the Pooh Play queue, below the jump:
The Animation Guild Blog passes along the news that the third season of My Friends Tigger and Pooh has been canceled. This after the crew working on the show was told that the third season was a certainty. Looks like belt tightening is occurring across… Read More »Christopher Robin Usurper Given the Axe
Tigger is in trouble again at Walt Disney World Resort. He’s been accused of striking a kid. Jerry Monaco of New Hampshire videotapped his son, Jerry Jr., posing with the costumed character at Disney-MGM Studios on Friday and recorded the confrontation, according to a statement from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. You may recall that… Read More »The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers