SlashFILM gives us an exclusive look at new advertisements for Disney/Pixar’s UP. Three ads in all have been posted across three different websites (the article has links to the other two).
As promised, in honor of The View broadcasting from the Walt Disney Studios, a little something to whet the appetite. Join me, if you will, on an exciting voyage from cyberspace to Burbank courtesy of Oceanic Air (one way only). See photos of the Disney Studios Watertower, the Animation Building and Soundstages and the infamous Disney Legends Plaza.
See this exclusive rare glimpse at the studio here.
Due out in July, Sony announced a lilac version of the PlayStation Portable as a key component of the Hannah Montana PSP Entertainment Pack earlier today. If the lilac doesn’t woo the tweens, they’re hoping the 2GB Memory Stick PRO Duo does it. If for some reason that doesn’t work, they’ll tempt tweens by including several episodes of Hannah Montana in the UMD format. In the unlikely event that’s not enough, the pack will also include a yet-to-be-named rhythm based Hannah Montana game exclusive to the pack. And if plans A-D somehow don’t capture the market, the surefire Plan E will: stickers! The Hannah Montana PSP Entertainment Pack will retail for $199.
More photos of the TakarTomy Disney Label Mickey Mouse Transformer have surfaced offering a 360 degree view. Check them out here.
Here it is, folks! Straight from the insert booklet to the Platinum Edition DVD of Pinocchio (which will be released on March 10), Jiminy Cricket chirping in on D23, the Official Community for Disney Fans (whatever that means!).
A review of the DVD coming soon, but, can you blame me for stopping writing one to share this
UPDATE: Make sure to follow all of Stitch Kingdom’s D23 coverage by visiting http://stitchkingdom.com/tag/d23
The Am Law Daily is reporting that Celador International, who produced Slumdog Millionaire as well as created the Who Wants to Be A Millionaire? game show itself has filed suit against Disney in Los Angeles, claiming Disney has cut the company off from potential revenue by keeping many dealings in-house within the Walt Disney Company.
(February 23, 2009) Child actors from “Slumdog Millionaire” celebrate the film’s Oscar win for Best Picture with Mickey Mouse at Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., on Monday. Pictured: Ayush Mahesh Khedekar (Young Jamal), Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail Sheikh (Young Salim), Rubina Ali Rafiq Qureshi (Young Latika), Tanvi Ganesh Lonkar (Middle Latika), Ashutosh Lobo Gajiwala (Middle Salim), Tanay Hemant Chheda (Middle Jamal) and Madhur Mittal (older Salim). (Paul Hiffmeyer/Disneyland)
For a while it seemed like there were as many theories to what was behind the mysterious Are You 23? buzz campaign as there were people theorizing. Everything from the Walt Disney Company being founded in 1923 to Pixar’s 23rd birthday to 23 films being released from the vault on the fateful day (possibly all on BluRay) to some special club akin to Disneyland’s Club 33 and then some. Now the buzz all seems to be focusing on some semi-exclusive online club in which members get first access to various news, events and merchandise for a ‘modest’ annual fee. Only March 10 will know for sure, but until then, photos of these D23 pins have been making the rounds as of late.
StarWars.com has published photos of and information on the final four Star Wars Big Figs due for release the second week of June. They will retail for $195 each and be limited to 600 pieces each, with 500 going to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and 100 going to Disneyland.