Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has released a new clip from its upcoming film from DisneyToon Studios, The Pirate Fairy, available to own on April 1, 2014 (pre-order). In the clip, titled ‘Captain Zarina,’ Tinker Bell and the rest of her Pixie Hollow friends are preparing to stage a daring rescue mission to save Zarina from the pirates — but does Zarina really need rescuing? You can find the clip embedded below (note that for some reason, the clip’s audio is only on the right channel).
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has provided us with several new high-resolution stills from its upcoming Pixie Hollow franchise film, Tinker Bell’s The Pirate Fairy, available to own on Blu-ray on April 1, 2014 (available for pre-order). The new images, which features one of many outfit changes the fairies make throughout the film, have been added to the beginning of our stills gallery below.
Target has informed us that they are now selling dolls inspired by the upcoming Pixie Hollow film, The Pirate Fairy, featuring Tinker Bell, her sister Periwinkle and all of their fairy friends, and introducing Zarina. The new dolls here, produced by Jakks-Pacific, feature Tinker Bell, Zarina, Periwinkle and Rosetta in their pirate outfits.
In addition to the individual dolls, Target is also selling an exclusive set of six 4.5″ Pixie Gem Collection dolls. According to the item’s description, each doll is clad in a dress they fashioned themselves using sparkling gems that were found in a treasure chest that had washed ashore. Each doll also includes a sparkly gem headband in their signature color that doubles as a ring too.
Walt Disney Animation Studios has provided us with a high resolution version of the theatrical poster for the Sing-A-Long edition of its smash success, Frozen. In addition, the ‘Let It Go’ sequence was also released today in sing-a-long mode which features the bouncing snowflake that will guide viewers along through the musical numbers. You can check it out embedded below.
The Frozen Sing-A-Long edition will be in over 1,000 theaters nationally beginning January 31, 2014. Because the regular edition continues to sell out shows, it is highly recommended that tickets be purchased in advance. You can visit Fandango to view local theaters and showtimes as well as purchase tickets.
In advance of the Blu-ray release of Thor: The Dark World (available to own February 25, (pre-order)), Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios has released one of the deleted scenes from the bonus features. Titled ‘Thor and Frigga Discuss Loki,’ the scene features Thor & Frigga discussing Loki and his errant ways. You can find the clip embedded below.
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has released a new clip from its upcoming film from DisneyToon Studios, The Pirate Fairy, available to own on April 1, 2014 (pre-order). In the clip, titled ‘Experiments,’ Tinker Bell learns that Zarina has tapped into the power of blue pixie dust to create pixie dust that emulates the talents of different fairy types. You can find the clip embedded below.
Unofficially confirming a report we initially made over a month ago, Saving Mr. Banks will in fact be arriving on Disney Blu-ray on March 18, according to the newly dated listing on Amazon. Although the date has yet to be officially confirmed with Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, this is in line with a previous listing from Walmart which has subsequently been removed.
In advance of the Blu-ray release of Thor: The Dark World (available to own February 25, (pre-order)), Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios has released one of the deleted scenes from the bonus features. Titled ‘Loki: The First Avenger,’ the scene features banter (and a little magic) between Thor and Loki and, well, pretty much what you might expect from the title. You can find the clip embedded below.
Potentially adding insult to injury — after confirming no foreseeable plans for a 3D Blu-ray domestic release — it turns out that the total length of the bonus features for the March 18, 2014 Blu-ray release of Frozen (pre-order) sum up to less than 40 minutes — and that includes four music videos.
We now have the running times for each of the bonus features, as per the British Board of Film Classification and aside from confirming that there appears to be no audio commentary, it also appears that some of the behind-the-scenes ‘documentary’ type material comes up short. The individual bonus features and their approximate length in minutes:seconds are as follows:
With Oscar nominations for Best Song under its belt, adding to the worldwide phenomenon that it’s already become, Walt Disney Studios has released the full ‘Let It Go’ sequence from Disney’s Frozen in twenty-five different languages. Presented in order, the languages are: English, French, German, Dutch, Mandarin, Swedish, Japanese, Latin American Spanish, Polish, Hungarian, Castilian Spanish, Catalan, Italian, Korean, Serbian, Cantonese, Portuguese, Bahasa Malaysia, Russian, Danish, Bulgarian, Norwegian, Thai, Canadian French and Flemish. You can find it embedded below.