The movie whose plot is loosely based on that of The Little Mermaid is set to be released nationwide on August 14.
Publishers Weekly is reporting that New York-based Papercutz who has made a name for itself by producing comics for the youth and tween market will start publishing graphic novels starring Tinker Bell and the rest of her fairy friends in both hardcover and paperback formats. The publisher plans on releasing four graphic novels a year with the first being released in April 2010.
PEMBROKE, Bermuda — RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: RNR) and its U.S. affiliate WeatherPredict Consulting Inc. today acknowledged recent recognition of its hurricane mitigation and awareness efforts at the 23rd Annual Governor’s Hurricane Conference in Fort Lauderdale. RenaissanceRe was among the corporate sponsors receiving an award for innovation and achievement in public awareness and mitigation advocacy for ‘StormStruck: A Tale of Two Homes®,’ the pioneering hurricane safety attraction at EPCOT® at the Walt Disney World® Resort.
Where else but Stitch Kingdom would you expect to wake up one morning and find out it’s still Christmas? God bless us, every one!
On the episode titled ‘Coming to Homerica,’ originally airing on May 17, 2009, Homer and his buddies form a border-guarding group a la the Minutemen Project. When a cluster balloon recon mission goes awry, the Carl Fredricksen house makes its Simpsons debut.
The Definitive Guide to Disney’s PhotoPass is long overdue for a facelift and I’m shamelessly asking for your support – especially if you’ve found the site to be helpful to you in the past.
I’d like to replace the current magic shot samples with larger, unmasked versions. So if anyone can contribute their magic shot photos to the site, I’d greatly appreciate it. I’m even welcoming the same magic shot multiple times from different families as I will be able to display varying examples in a couple of different ways. If you are willing to help, please email them directly to [email protected]. Please make sure these are the full size images however and not copies directly off the PhotoPass website. Also preferably without any additional borders added (but any are welcome).
Shots from Walt Disney World, Disneyland and the World of Disney NYC are all welcome.
On the topic of magic shots, Stitch Kingdom reader Cynthia has alerted us that there is a new shot introduced this past month. At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, on Sunset Boulevard with Tower of Terror in the background, PhotoPass offers a Mickey Balloon shot where a bouquet of balloons is inserted into your hands. No further details are currently available (hopefully an example photo will be available soon).
On PhotoPass in general, the website now accepts both the Disney Gift Card and the Disney Rewards card as forms of payment.
To make way for the new Cat Cora restaurant, Kouzzina, Spoodles at the BoardWalk will be serving its last meal on August 1.
This information is derived from the new online booking system which shows zero availability for the restaurant beyond this date.
No opening date for its replacement is known at this time other than it’s expected to open this fall.
Photo © Disney
The following image of a potential new Disney Label transformer has been popping up on the internet as of late and has even reported to have been spotted inside a Hong Kong shop, with an expected release date in August.
Because of his resemblance to an assumed yellow car (such as Bumblebee), Donald has earned himself a not-so-family-friendly nickname of Bumbleduck.
In honor of the premiere of UP taking place later today in Hollywood, we’d like to travel in the UP-posite direction and head back to France so that we may bring you photo coverage of the red carpet premiere of UP at the Cannes festival. Images from WireImage and ©Disney/Pixar. All Rights Reserved.
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 14, 2009 — Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Chairman, Jay Rasulo appeared on Capitol Hill this week to communicate his strong support on behalf of the Travel Promotion Act. The bill, which is co-sponsored by Senator Mel Martinez of Florida, seeks to create a nonprofit entity that would execute a nationally coordinated travel promotion program encouraging more people to visit the United States.
Appearing before the Senate Subcommittee on Competitiveness, Innovation and Export Promotion, Rasulo told the body that, in addition to having a much easier, user-friendly entry process, the United States would greatly benefit by the creation of travel promotional entity that could speak with one voice, to welcome those who have avoided visiting the U.S. since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and more recently, because of the effects of the economic recession.