With Brad Bird’s Tomorrowland (May 22, 2015) in theaters — well — tomorrow, Walt Disney Studios has provided us with a round of its traditional ‘fun facts’ to provide some fun insight into the production of the film, which you can find below.
We’ve obtained the full list of credits for Pixar’s Inside Out (June 19, 2015) and while some additional voices have been known (and even reported first by us), there are still some additional surprises for the tuned ear when it comes to some very famous folk lending their vocal talents to the film.
Earlier today, Disney Store launched its largest shopping experience to date in the Lujiazui area of Pudong, Shanghai, China. In addition to over 9,000 square feet of immersive shopping experiences, the store also includes and outdoor plaza. The opening comes one day after the topping of the Enchanted Storybook Castle at Shanghai Disney Resort, which will open in 2016.
The Chinese characters representing the specific date and time chosen to open its doors to the public — May 20 at 1:14 pm (???????) — represents highly popular social media code among young people as a time to openly express love and long-term commitment to each other.
Key art for Pixar’s upcoming film The Good Dinosaur (November 25, 2015) has surfaced online, appearing to have originated on Tumblr according to the photo source. I will say having seen several upcoming products for the film that the images appear to be completely legitimate.
The Good Dinosaur asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? Pixar Animation Studios takes you on an epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend. While traveling through a harsh and mysterious landscape, Arlo learns the power of confronting his fears and discovers what he is truly capable of.
Owners and operators of the Tokyo Disney Resort, Oriental Land Company, today announced they will be opening a new motion simulator attraction set in the world of Pixar’s Finding Nemo and Finding Dory in spring of 2017. The attraction will replace the current StormRider attraction which is set to close in May 2016 to make way for the new attraction. According to Oriental Land Company, Pixar animators from Finding Dory will directly contribute to the ride’s visuals.
[Walt Disney Studios and Pixar Animation Studios have released two clips from Inside Out (June 19, 2015) which you can find embedded below. In addition, they have recently provided us with new hi-res stills that have been added to our gallery embedded below.
Do you ever look at someone and wonder what is going on inside their head? Disney/Pixar’s original new film Inside Out ventures inside the mind to find out.
While nothing from the Marvel Cinematic Universe was shared at this weekend’s ‘Marvel Unlimited+’ members only panel at New Jersey’s first Atlantic City Boardwalk Con, footage from upcoming animated series was shared with the attending audience. Among the footage was an extended clip from the upcoming Disney XD animated series, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ — or to be more precise, one of the shorts that will lead into the series. The shorts will actually help establish the Guardians for the viewing audience with origin stories and the like.
D23: The Official Disney Fan Club is bringing its popular Fanniversary event into the homes of members and Disney fans around the world, with Fanniversary Home Edition. This year’s inaugural home event celebrates the 60th anniversary of Disney’s classic canine love story Lady and the Tramp. Fans can join the fun by visiting D23.com/D23Fanniversary.
Starting May 29, guests can begin preparing for the party by downloading invitations, decorations, crafts, games, and even a traditional spaghetti and meatballs recipe provided by the talented chefs of The Chew.
New Disney Store arrivals and sales for May 18, 2015 Below is a list of new items and sales now available for purchase at Disney Store. Clicking on a product’s image or description will launch the product’s page on Disney Store in another window. Note that this list is generated and posted automatically. Stitch Kingdom should not be held responsible for any inaccuracies, misinformation or item availability. Disclosure: This post includes specially formatted links which allow the site to receive a small percentage of purchases made through them. Using these links does not affect your shopping experience in any way, but it does help the site. Even if you don’t purchase anything, even just sharing products you like through Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest using the icons below them will help the site.
|Thanos Action Figure – Marvel Select – 10” – $24.95 |
Hailing from Titan, and various points of destruction across the universe, Thanos comes ready to wreak havoc in your Marvel Select universe. Includes additional Thanos glove, and Death figure with interchangeable human face.
|Anti-Venom Action Figure – Marvel Select – 7” – $24.95 |
|Ariel Hoodie for Girls – Disneyland – $44.95 |
|Ariel iPhone 5C Case – $36.95 |
Enjoy the sound of the sea calling you every time your phone rings when it’s wrapped within this Ariel iPhone 5C Case. Stylized artwork of the Little Mermaid adds a splash of color to your phone.
|The Avengers Nesting Doll Set – $14.95 |
The best teams work together as one. In this Avengers Nesting Doll Set, the five Marvel Super Heroes fit together perfectly, one inside the other, to create one formidable powerhouse that is ready to save the universe.
|Runway Princess Zip Satchel by Dooney & Bourke – $0.00 |
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|Belle iPhone 5C Case – $36.95 |
|Black Widow Avengers Now ARTFX+ Figure by Kotobukiya – $54.95 |
Black Widow slips silently from the comic pages as Kotobukiya’s ARTFX+ line continues with this sleek, highly detailed figure sculpted in 1/10 scale. Once bitten by her beauty you’ll be trapped in a web of wonder!
|Captain America Action Figure – Marvel Select – 7” – $24.95 |
Inspired by a legendary comic issue, this Marvel Select Captain America depicts James Buchanan ”Bucky” Barnes picking up where Steve Rogers left off and proving that no matter what, Captain America can never die.
|Dory Antenna Topper – $5.95 |
October 1939 saw the debut of ‘Marvel Comics,’ only that was the title of the comic book series, not the publication company itself. Decades before Marvel became Marvel, it began as Timely Publications and shortly thereafter — for a time — Timely Comics. It would further re-brand itself as Atlas Comics in the 1950s and transition into Marvel Comics in the 1960s. And the rest — as they say — is history.