ESPN and Dick’s Sporting Goods are offering the chance for four lucky winners and up to three guests each to enjoy a sports-filled weekend at Walt Disney World’s 2010 ESPN The Weekend event, taking place between February 25 – 28, 2010.
About 213,000 units total have been recalled today due to a potential suffocation hazard. The one piece metal bars supporting the floorboard of the bassinet attachment can come out of the fabric sleeves and create an uneven sleeping surface, posing a risk of suffocation or positional asphyxiation.
The affected models (05025, 05026, 05037, 05088 and 05350) were sold at Babies “R” Us, Kmart, Sears, Target and Walmart between January 2007 and October 2009. To determine the model number, locate the sticker on one of the support legs underneath the play yard
DisneyPixar.fr has posted a hi-res scan from the French magazine Studio CinéLive which features what appears to be a still from the upcoming release from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Rapunzel, featuring the film’s heroine and bandit Flynn Rider.
To view the original image, visit DisneyPixar.fr
In 1988, the National Film Preservation Act was introduced into law, creating a National Film Preservation Board and, with it, a National Film Registry which are a selection of American films, nominated by the public and chosen by the Library of Congress, which are deemed to be ‘culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.’ Up to 25 can be selected each year out of a total of 50 nominations (in its inagural year, almost 1,000 films were been nominated).
The Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC), a division of IMG Worldwide, and Disney Consumer Products (DCP) are teaming up to bring Rose Bowl and BCS fans a unique line of souvenir T-shirts.
The collection will feature the logos of the participating teams – Oregon and Ohio State in the Rose Bowl and Alabama and Texas Universities in the BCS National Championship Game – featuring some of Disney’s most beloved characters including Mickey Mouse. Available beginning December 30, the T-shirts will be sold at www.DisneyStore.com, Disney Store locations in the markets of the participating universities, and at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California.
ABC’s Emmy Award winning daytime drama, “All My Children” will celebrate its 40th Anniversary on January 5, 2010. In celebration of this milestone, the show will welcome the return of Kelly Ripa, Mark Consuelos and Eva La Rue in two special episodes airing on MONDAY, JANUARY 4 and TUESDAY, JANUARY 5.
“It is always great to come home,” says Kelly Ripa.
By answering a series of six trivia questions related to the show (you can answer until you get them all right), 815 winners will be selected at random and be mailed a message in a bottle along with a USB drive instructing them on how to view the footage of the new season.
For the official rules and to enter, visit LOSTTHEFINALSEASONSWEEPSTAKES.COM
Although a much earlier draft of The Greatest Muppet Movie of All Time by Jason Segel and Nicholas Stoller had been reviewed elsewhere before, when I was offered the opportunity to take a look at a much more recent draft (dated 10/30/09, aka post-D23), I jumped.
It was at the D23 Expo in early September where then-Walt Disney Studios President Dick Cook offered up a strong Muppets song & dance number before announcing the title of the film, The Cheapest Muppet Movie Ever Made, a nod towards an old a project Muppets writer Jerry Juhl was reported to have been working on for years, even alongside Jim Henson.
Enter the recent draft which still bears the original working title. Whether the D23 announced title sticks or whether the existing script will be scrapped and be completely re-written remains to be seen, but what is evident is that neither title seems appropriate for the film.
It is clear that Judd Apatow-protege Jason Segel is a fan of the Muppets as well as his writing parter Nicholas Stoller (who used to write for Segel on Apatow’s Undeclared before co-writing Forgetting Sarah Marshall with him), but unfortunately, that’s about all that’s clear in this film paved with good intentions.
Boston Celtics players (L-R): J.R. Giddens, Ray Allen, Eddie House and Tony Allen huddle Dec. 24, 2009 with Mickey Mouse at the Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The NBA players visited the theme park on the eve of their Christmas Day game against the Orlando Magic. The Celtics and Magic tip-off in a nationally televised game Dec. 25 at 2:30 p.m. ET at Amway Arena in Orlando, Fla. (Gene Duncan, photographer)