New Disney Store arrivals and sales for September 15, 2014
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.
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|Grumpy Sketchbook Ornament – $12.95 |
Grumpy marches home with you for the holidays as a fine, fully sculptured ornament that will be the ”diamond” in your holiday display. Dwarf the decorating competition with this delightful figure!
|Star Wars Return of the Jedi Serigraph by Eric Tan – Framed Limited Edition – $399.95 |
Created by artist Eric Tan, this original poster design captures memorable images from Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. Our framed fine art serigraph is a Disney Store exclusive, limited to 100 pieces worldwide.
|Disney Princess Tiara Set – $16.95 |
This Disney Princess Tiara Set will be a crowning success with your creative royal. It features seven paper tiaras that she can decorate using the selection of gems, glitter pens, foil sheets and stickers picturing her favorite princesses.
|Disney/Pixar 2015 Poster Calendar – 14 Month – $21.95 |
Make every day a reminder of Pixar’s first 20 years. Featuring 14 colorful posters, this 2015 calendar celebrates the great stories and beloved characters Pixar has brought the world since 1995’s Toy Story.
|Tinker Bell Light-Up Sketchbook Ornament – $12.95 |
While tiny Tinker Bell is temporarily imprisoned in Captain Hook’s lantern, she’ll make the most fetching ”firefly” light for your holiday tree. Capture a pinch of Pixie Dust for the season with this lighted figural ornament.
|Gourmet Mickey Mouse Dinner Plate – White/Green – $12.95 |
Delight guests and family with our Gourmet Mickey Dinnerware. This dazzling dinner plate features raised mouse icons at the rim with classic Mickey art glazed in the center. It’s the perfect complement to any Disney kitchen.
|Jack Skellington PokitPal by Olszewski – $19.95 |
Jack Skellington is both happy and sad – but you’ll be delighted with this Jack Skellington PokitPal by Olszewski. A hidden compartment bears the miniaturist’s name. Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas circles the edge.
|Dumbo Sketchbook Ornament – $12.95 |
May we direct your attention high in the family tree where our Dumbo Ornament soars through the holiday season. The baby elephant with oversize ears more than proves his worth as an adorable decoration!
|Santa Mickey Mouse Glass Sketchbook Ornament – $12.95 |
|Sofia Slumber Party Book Play Set – $16.95 |
Open up a nighttime world of fun under the stars for Sofia and her friends. The book opens to reveal Sofia’s bed chamber where she’s hosting a sleepover for Jade and Princess Hildegard and listening to Perfect Slumber Party.
Warner Brothers Television today announced that it will be holding a ‘special video presentation’ and cast and crew Q&A session for the upcoming ABC drama, ‘Forever,’ which will enjoy a two-night premiere on ABC on September 22 and 23.
What if you could live forever? Would you find it a blessing or a curse? Meet Dr. Henry Morgan (Ioan Gruffudd), New York City’s star medical examiner who has an unusual secret. He doesn’t just study the dead to solve criminal cases — he is trying to solve a mystery that has eluded him for over 200 years: his own inexplicable immortality.
The Walt Disney Family Museum has announced it will present ‘All Aboard: A Celebration of Walt’s Trains,’ on view from November 13, 2014 through February 9, 2015. The comprehensive exhibition explores the influence that railroading had on Walt Disney’s life and work. It also tells the story of how his railroading legacy lives on to this day in Disney films and theme parks around the world. Including more than 200 artifacts, firsthand accounts, archival videos, images of Walt and his trains and actual model trains running throughout the show, ‘All Aboard’ highlights how Walt’s passion for trains developed long before manifesting itself in Disney short cartoons, feature films, and in Walt’s personal life at home.
By now it should come as no surprise that the appearance of the titular character in Maleficent takes her cues from the villain in the Disney animated classic, Sleeping Beauty. Yet for all the similarities the ‘two’ characters share, there were challenges and decisions made when bringing her to life that affected her appearance.
Arguably the most glaring difference would be Maleficent’s skin tone. Whereas Disney Legend Marc Davis imagined her flesh to be decidedly green, the character portrayed by Angelina Jolie takes on a far more pale complexion. Rick Baker, the legendary special effects makeup artist, was responsible for Maleficent’s appearance and explains that the skin color decision was made to keep Maleficent to appear more ‘relatable’ and not ‘too creature-like,’ emphasizing the intent to keep Maleficent ‘pretty and attractive.’
In support of its in-park preview of Maleficent (May 30, 2014) which starts tomorrow at both the Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts, Disney Parks has released this featurette titled ‘Reinventing the Tale’ which features Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning, screenwriter Linda Woolverton and director Robert Stromberg talking about the film. There’s also a bit of new footage in it as well. You can find the video embedded below.
Walt Disney Studios has just released a new clip from its upcoming sports film, Million Dollar Arm (May 16, 2014), titled ‘Billion New Fans.’ In the clip, which you can find embedded below, J.B. and Ash pitch Mr. Chang the idea of a billion new fans.
Pictured here is Lead The Way – Join Today which features The Inquisitor. Other designs include Protecting Lothal – Protecting You, Explore the Galaxy – Join the Imperial Navy, If the Headgear Fits, Wear It and Ace Pilots Needed.
Star Wars Rebels is scheduled to premiere in fall 2014 as a one-hour special telecast on Disney Channel and will be followed by a series on Disney XD channels around the world.
The Walt Disney Family Museum has announced it will present the exhibition ‘Leading Ladies and Femmes Fatales: The Art of Marc Davis’ from April 30 through November 30, 2014. On view in the museum’s Theater Gallery, the exhibition — co-curated by the museum’s director of collections and exhibitions, Michael Labrie, and animator Andreas Deja — spotlights some 70 original pencil animation drawings, conceptual artwork, paintings, cels, and photographs from animator and Imagineer Marc Davis (b. 1913). Davis, who was named a Disney Legend in 1989, was assigned and executed some of the most difficult animation for Walt Disney’s leading ladies and femmes fatales from classics such as Peter Pan (1953), Sleeping Beauty (1956), and One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961). It was Davis’ mastery of the human form and authority on anatomy and movement that brought these iconic female characters to life and made them believable.
Victory Hill Exhibitions, in association with Marvel Entertainment, announces the Marvel’s AVENGERS S.T.A.T.I.O.N., the highly anticipated new exhibition based on the global box office smash, Marvel’s The AVENGERS. Premiering May 23, 2014 at Discovery Times Square, this S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) based exhibition will run from May 23, 2014 to January 4, 2015.
The Marvel’s AVENGERS S.T.A.T.I.O.N. (Scientific Training and Tactical Intelligence Operative Network) is a completely immersive experience that brings visitors into the world of The AVENGERS. Marvel’s AVENGERS S.T.A.T.I.O.N. is an interactive exhibit experience that allows visitors to participate in a simulated recruitment as if they were being trained as agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.