From CollegeHumor.com comes this video which compares sequences from several Disney classics. Eagle-eye observers may note some similarities. Thanks to Krista/TGM for bringing it to our attention.
ANAHEIM, Calif. – Beginning April 17, aspiring young princesses (and knights) will be treated to the full fairy-tale treatment at the Disneyland Resort as they celebrate a pixie-dusted makeover at the all-new Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, located in the Sleeping Beauty Castle Courtyard.
The newest chef at Walt Disney World Resort may be small in stature, but he’s a big hit with guests enjoying haute cuisine at Les Chefs de France in Epcot. With his flair for French fare, diners of all ages are eating up his whimsical tableside visits.
His name is Remy, and he’s the rat-turned-chef made famous in the Academy Award-winning Disney•Pixar film “Ratatouille.” A new Audio-Animatronicscharacter created by Walt Disney Imagineering, Remy stars in a new guest experience at Les Chefs de France entitled “Bon Appétit from Chef Remy.” Les Chefs de France is one of the restaurants featured at the France pavilion in Epcot.
In addition, we also have a featurette from the film titled Heritage which takes a look back at the legacy of Walt Disney and his Academy Award-winning True Life Adventures series as well as clips from the upcoming film.
You can view the video and the image gallery which includes images not yet available on the movie’s official site after the jump.
Walt Disney World has provided us with this video shot by John Stamos on the set of ER after completing filming the series, announcing he’s going to Walt Disney World to celebrate.
[Editor's note: Finally! Looks like things are turning around for this country afterall. I can never visit MK without getting a dole whip float and never go to DHS without stopping by the Tune In Lounge for a PB&J shake - recipe after the jump]
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – In a Disney park about Aerosmith-inspired coaster thrills, elevators freefalling through a haunted hotel and careening stunt cars flying through infernos, sometimes it’s the old-fashioned pleasures that bring smiles to faces.
BURBANK, Calif. — Racing to the finish line takes on added excitement when competitors trigger destruction on the track to take out their opponents. Disney Interactive Studios today announced Split/Second, an intense action racing game set within the world of a hyper-competitive reality television show. Competitors vie to be the first across the finish line in a made-for-TV city built for destruction, with the ultimate goal of becoming the season champion. Developed by Black Rock Studio, Split/Second is scheduled to be released in early 2010 for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system and Windows-based PC.