Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has just shared a portion of one of the bonus features that will appear on The Pirate Fairy (April 1, 2014, pre-order). The bonus feature, which totals almost 4 1/2 minutes in length, is titled ‘Second Star to the Right: The Legacy of Never Land’ and explores the influence of Never Land from Peter Pan through the new film.
In honor of today’s Blu-ray release of Frozen (with a still unconfirmed release of the 3D Blu-ray in October), Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment and Disney Movies Anywhere released this featurette focusing on co-directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, producer Peter Del Vecho, art director Michael Giaimo and others as they explore the Frozen suite at the Hotel de Glace in Quebec City, Canada. Long before the creation of the suite, however, the hotel itself was crucial to the animation process for Frozen as it served as reference material for the way light was reflected against the ice creations.
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has just shared a portion of one of the bonus features that will appear on The Pirate Fairy (April 1, 2014, pre-order). The bonus feature, which totals over 4 minutes in length, is titled ‘The Making of the Frigate that Flies’ and features Tom Hiddleston (voice of James / Captain Hook) singing one of the film’s anthems, ‘The Frigate That Flies.’ Additional bonus features are also listed below.
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment’s confirmation of nothing to announce for the 3D Blu-ray edition of Disney’s Frozen has made fans feel as though they were left out in the cold, with many resorting to order the 3D edition from overseas, amidst fears of ‘double-dipping.’ Although there has been no official announcement, marketing materials obtained by Stitch Kingdom have indeed confirmed plans for an October 2014 release of the 3D Blu-ray/DVD release of Frozen.
Last week we released a detailed list of bonus features that will appear on the Blu-ray release of The Pirate Fairy, the newest entry in the Pixie Hollow series of films featuring Tinker Bell and her fairy friends. Included in our list of bonus features was an all-new short titled ‘Pixie Hollow Bake-off,’ despite it never appearing in any of Disney’s official documentation for the release.
As it turns out, the new short, which features Food Network personality Giada De Laurentiis as a pixie chef named Geleta, will actually be part of an exclusive bonus DVD of Pixie Hollow shorts sold by Walmart,
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has released a first-look at one of the deleted scenes that will be available on the Saving Mr. Banks blu-ray (available to own on March 18, now available for pre-order). Titled ‘Pamela Leaves,’ the scene features Emma Thompson as P.L. Travers contemplating leaving Los Angeles when she’s confronted by Tom Hanks as Walt Disney. It’s worth noting that according to information that we previously shared regarding the bonus features, there should be about a minute more of the film in the actual blu-ray clip.
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has released an extended five-minute long sneak peek clip from its upcoming film from DisneyToon Studios, The Pirate Fairy, available to own on April 1, 2014 (pre-order). In the clip, pixie dust fairy-turned-pirate Zarina returns to Pixie Hollow with a couple of surprises in store for its inhabitants. 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 ‘Switched Talents,’ Tinker Bell and the rest of her Pixie Hollow friends notice that something is amiss and soon realize that Zarina has managed to cause a little confusion between the pixies’ talents.
We have obtained a list of bonus features, running times and descriptions for DisneyToon Studios’ The Pirate Fairy, the newest Pixie Hollow film, available to own on April 1, 2014 (pre-order). You can find the list of bonus features which include deleted scenes and shorts below.
I had the pleasure meeting Walt Disney Studios Chief Technology Officer Jamie Voris via a teleconference yesterday evening during which he guided me step by step through the iOS version of ‘Disney Movies Anywhere’ (formerly Disney Studio All Access), the company’s hotly anticipated digital rights system for movie portability. Built upon a foundation of Disney’s proprietary digital rights management system, KeyChest, Voris explained that the key is modularity. Although the system is being launched as ‘Phase One’ with support for desktops (Flash video) and Apple iOS devices via iTunes, it should be straightforward for them to partner with any content provider on most devices. The app even supports Apple TV via iCloud and AirPlay support. The service officially launched today, coinciding with the digital release of Frozen as well as the Blu-ray release of Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World.