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  1. Things We Saw Today: Anna Kendrick Wrecks James Corden in The Late Late Show‘s Own Riff-Off

    Stop, collaborate and listen.

    Oh, Anna Kendrick. You're fresh off your recent Pitch Perfect 2 premiere, and here you come to destroy James Corden in the worst way.

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  2. Disney World’s Gaston Continues to Display Impressive Commitment, Arm Wrestles Brave Little Girl

    But seriously, where is LeFou? I require complete immersion.

    "Girl." 'Girl." "Girl!" "Girl." "GURL!"

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  3. Someone Challenged Disney World’s Gaston To A Feat Of Strength, Got What He Bargained For

    It was all those eggs.

    Let this be a lesson to us all: Employees at Disney Parks and very committed to their jobs. The only thing missing from this video is a LeFou off to the side fanboying hardcore.

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  4. New Star Wars Attractions Coming To Disney Theme Parks, Will Be Based On The New Movies

    But I wanna blow up a DEATH STAR!

    If your first thought upon seeing the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer was "whatever that weirdo circular droid is, I wanna ride it," then your dreams might soon come true. Yesterday, Walt Disney Co-Chief Bob Iger announced that the company is looking to expand its theme parks to include new Star Wars-based rides and attractions—but only ones which are based on the upcoming films.

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  5. Disney World Gaston Tells Little Girl To Get Back In The Kitchen, She Gives Him What-For

    No one's a chauvinist like Gaston.

    Telling a little girl to make you a sandwich is incredibly insensitive, and I imagine Disney World advises its performers not to sacrifice common sense for authenticity; but still, this is an accurate portrayal of a very disconcerting villain. Gaston is Disney's first MRA.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Monkey Island LEGOs!

    That's the second biggest monkey head I've ever seen!

    Tumblr'r Chris Healy ran into these two on-point gals cosplaying as the female assassins from the upcoming Assassin's Creed Unity. Take that, "too hard to animate." (via Tumblr)

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Doctor Who Donuts, Complete With Punnery

    I'm not sure I can forgive "lime lord."

    Bravo to the Donut Whole in Wichita, Kansas, for creating a donut case we would absolutely clean out.

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  8. In News That Will Surprise No One, Walt Disney World Is Getting A Frozen Attraction

    If you go, if you go, you'll stand in a massive liiiiiiiine...

    Nothing says "Scandinavian winterscape" quite like summer in Florida.

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  9. The Guardians of the Galaxy Mix-Tape Dance Party Is Coming To Disney World

    I want to go to there.

    We know you've been dancing around to "Awesome Mix, Vol. 1" since Guardians of the Galaxy came out. We know you've "Ooga Chaka'd" your way downtown in your car, or on the subway. It's okay. We've been doing it too. And apparently, the folks at Disney know how much we all love it, because they're bringing a GOTG Mix Tape Dance Party to Walt Disney World.

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  10. Guillermo del Toro Describes the Hellboy 3 You’ll Never See & Updates Us on His Disney Haunted Mansion Project

    This man needs a clone.

    Like most creators, Guillermo del Toro likes to talk about the projects he's working on. But unlike most creators, del Toro works on no less than 2500 projects at once.

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  11. Movies Being Made: Disney’s It’s A Small World, Barbie, & Peeps (Yes, The Easter Candy)

    Oh Hollywood

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. I have to laugh, you see, or I'll cry.

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  12. Things We Saw Today: As The Crow Flies Game Of Thrones Poster

    Things We Saw Today

    CORN! Check out the character posters here. (via Game Of Thrones Twitter)

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  13. Never Mind, Disney Fans: Push The Talking Trash Can Is No More

    Also, the tooth fairy isn't real and your parents are capable of making mistakes.

    Remember how we all thought that Push the Talking Trash Can had been saved by a social media campaign and wasn't leaving Disney World for the time being (Also, remember how Disney World employs a talking trash can to entertain its patrons?) Yeah, not anymore. Disney lied. There are no happy endings and everyone you love will leave you one day.

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  14. Talking Trash Can At Disney World May Have Been Saved By A Social Media Campaign

    Ah yes, Disney World, where even the trash is magic.

    Here's a thing you probably didn't know: Disney World employs a talking trashcan called "Push" who entertains guests with adorable jokes about Indiana Jones. Even more surprising, it almost got canned recently, but will probably keep its job thanks to the magic of the Internet.

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  15. Minimalist Disney Park Posters for Your Favorite Ride

    Our Adorable Past

    Tony Sherg's posters for various Disney Park attractions are the perfect focus for some nostalgic morning dreams. And there are plenty more where they came from!

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  16. This Disney World Tour is Filled to the Brim With Beautiful Puns [VIDEO]

    It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

    For context: Disney World's Jungle Cruise is closed for maintenance, which seriously cuts down on tour guide options for energetic skippers like Ashley. So she does what any awesome* person would do: Gives a pun-filled tour of the wall surrounding Jungle Cruise. I lost it at "lowbiscus." *You're not an awesome person if you don't like puns. You can be a cool person, or a neat one, or even a rad one, but not an awesome one. I'm sorry, but I don't make the rules. (via: Boing Boing) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  17. Watch The Trailer For Leslie Iwerks’ Documentary On Disney Imagineers

    It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

    Leslie Iwerks is not only a Academy Award and Emmy nominated director, she's the "the daughter of Disney Legend Don Iwerks and granddaughter of Ub Iwerks, the animator and co-creator of Mickey Mouse and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit," according to /Film. So that makes her extra qualified to tackle a documentary on Walt Disney Imagineering. The Imagineers are the folks responsible for coming up with and executing all the fantastical things you see around Disney theme parks and their other entertainment experiences. Personally, I always love getting a look behind the magic of Disney so I'll be keeping an eye out for this one. (via /Film) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  18. Disney Meets DC Comics For A Haunted Mansion Crossover

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    "Haunted Arkham Asylum" was a piece put together by DeviantArtist ArtistAbe. It parodies Disney's Haunted Mansion stretch portraits originally illustrated by Marc Davis and reproduced by Clem Hill. We have to admit, ArtistAbe chose wisely when replacing the characters with Batman and his Rogues Gallery. Also? Not sure I could handle a Haunted Arkham Asylum ride... (via io9) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  19. Annie Leibovitz Shoots Taylor Swift As Rapunzel For Disney Parks Campaign

    Consider the Following

    Photographer Annie Leibovitz has been doing a series of portraits depicting Hollywood names as famous Disney characters. In the past she's shot Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella, Rachel Weisz as Snow White, Jessica Biel as Pocahontas, and Queen Latifah as Ursula. The latest is pop-star Taylor Swift as Rapunzel. What do you think? The ad will appear in upcoming issues of Vanity Fair, InStyle, and People magazines. (via USA Today) Previously in Disney

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  20. Disney World to Issue Identification Bracelets, Park Moves One Step Closer to Police State

    Don't give us that look, you knew as well as we did that the Walt Disney Company would eventually cut its fang-like teeth on insidious global takeover. This spring, Disney World will feel more like an internment camp than a destination for exorbitant family entertainment when the park initiates the MyMagic+ vacation management system and MagicBand identification bracelets. These bracelets, if participating visitors are so inclined, will be encoded with a wealth of information including the individual's name, credit card information, and other tidbits such as birthdays. Disney believes that this new system will mean faster purchase transactions and less time spent waiting in line to get on rides, but it's natural if some people would rather not have corporate goons sifting through private information for their own ends. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the police state as envisioned by Mickey Mouse!

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