Beginning February 9, packages will become available through August 15, 2009 for the promotion where guests can purchase 4 nights and get an additional 3 nights free. To qualify for the offer, packages must be booked by March 29.
MediumAtLarge.net, the official blog for the NY Comic Con (February 6 – 8 ) has announced that as part of the weekend festivities, it will offer a screening of the first fifty minutes of Disney/Pixar’s UP. The screening will be hosted by director Pete Docter and producer Jonas Rivera.
For those unable to attend the convention, be sure to visit Stitch Kingdom for blogging and exciting in-depth news on the world of Disney in tv and film as well as comics.
Disney Vacation Club has set an Aug. 4 opening date for the Bay Lake Tower, the time-share addition Disney is building next to its Contemporary Resort.
The date is earlier than the “Fall 2009” target Disney had been using until now.
Disney says customers who have purchased shares in Bay Lake will be able to start making reservations Feb. 8. That’s also the same date Disney will begin accepting reservations for in its Treehouse Villas from customers who own stakes in the Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa time share.
The international calendar has finally posted the hours for Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. At this time, entertainment schedules for specific days have not yet been added for these parks.
Here’s a newly available photo showing the scale of the Disney Label Mickey Mouse transformer figure from Japan’s TakaraTomy.
At a cost around $42 US, the color version is expected to be released later this month while the black & white version is expected to be released in March.
Just when you thought merchandising avenues had all been explored, I give you the commercial for Disney Farm Fresh Eggs:
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And here’s some raw footage courtesy of Pittsburgh’s WTAE-TV showing Super Bowl MVP Santonio Holmes’ parade down Main Street USA in the Magic Kingdom.
Here’s the highly anticipated 2009 edition of the What’s Next post-Superbowl commercial featuring Pittsburgh Steelers Santonio Holmes and Ben Roethlisberger from Superbowl XLIII
UPDATE: Want to watch the television ad? Check it out here!
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – So how are Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger celebrating their heroic play in Super Bowl XLIII? In the frenzied moments just after their team claimed the National Football League championship Sunday night in Tampa in dramatic fashion, they stood in front of a TV camera and shouted five words that have become an almost iconic reaction to milestone achievements: “I’m going to Disney World!”
And now for the audio version of the infamous What Next ad…
In case the Super Bowl has you feeling too manly, please enjoy the opening credits from the new Disney Channel show Sonny With A Chance starring Demi Lovato, premiering next Sunday.