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A disturbance in the force – StarWars.com Moves to Disney.com Platform

Ever since Disney bought Lucasfilm, the various properties have been slowly getting assimilated into the Disney way of life. The latest change is the moving of the StarWars.com website from the legacy Lucasfilm platform to a new one based on the Disney.com platform. They’ve also… Read More »A disturbance in the force – StarWars.com Moves to Disney.com Platform

Instaparks – Video Snapshot of your favorite Disney Parks

Instaparks is a fun new project that combines the popular iPhone photo app Instagram and something we all love, Disney theme parks, to provide a snapshot of activity occurring at each magical location. The website is a project of Rustin Jessen, who also manages MainGateAds,… Read More »Instaparks – Video Snapshot of your favorite Disney Parks

Wizarding World of Harry Potter website expands

Universal Orlando has expanded the offerings on their preview website for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter land set to open its first stage this spring. It includes a new interactive map along with descriptions of all the rides and attractions. There’s also a first-person… Read More »Wizarding World of Harry Potter website expands

Quick Disney World Update

A couple quick bits of news from Walt Disney World: Kim Possible officially opens Jan. 28 at Epcot American Idol will debut Feb. 14 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. (Although Annual  Passholders can sign up for a preview) DisneyWorld.com has received a fresh paint job with… Read More »Quick Disney World Update

Disney’s El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood

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The El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood is the pinnacle of the Disney movie watching experience.  It is old Hollywood meets new, with restorations to both the exterior and interior, and equipped with Dolby SR-D digital sound, film and digital projectors, and 3-D capability. It is… Read More »Disney’s El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood

Disney.com to receive another overhaul

A few months ago when Disney.com received it’s big makeover, managers were candid about the fact that this was largely an exploratory phase of the website. They wanted to see what worked, what didn’t, what they could do better, and what users were drawn to.… Read More »Disney.com to receive another overhaul