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

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


Things We Saw Today

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

Our Adorable Past

Minimalist Disney Park Posters for Your Favorite Ride

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!


It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

Watch The Trailer For Leslie Iwerks’ Documentary On Disney Imagineers

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)

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Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

Disney Meets DC Comics For A Haunted Mansion Crossover

“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)

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Consider the Following

Annie Leibovitz Shoots Taylor Swift As Rapunzel For Disney Parks Campaign

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


Pretty Pretty Princess

Princesses Ariel and Belle Finally Have Their Own Castles At Disney

If you ever wondered why Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella were the only Disney Princesses to have fancy castles at Disney theme parks, you’re not alone. Finally, the Walt Disney Company are attempting to play catch-up with the ladies and have granted both Ariel and Belle their own special houses. 


It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

Disney World Chocolate Dioramas Are Too Good To Eat

Walt Disney World’s Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is happening right now and while there are countless delectable items to eat, you won’t be able to get your grubby hands on these. In an exhibit called “The Chocolate Experience: From The Bean to the Bar” chocolatiers Ghirardelli have formed yummy candy into works of art – Disney art, that is! And no, they didn’t stick to just Disney proper. Take a look, but don’t touch, these awesome dioramas.

(via That’s Nerdalicious)



You Can Buy A Replica Of Disney’s Haunted Mansion On Ebay (Minus Most Of The Cool Stuff)

Who wants to go in on a time share with me? I get all of October. 


It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

Robert Sherman, Prolific Songwriter for Disney, Dies at 86

Robert Sherman, one of the most accomplished songwriters for the Disney brand, has passed away at the age of 86. Chances are, you have heard several of his many, many famous songs, including the one that inspired the category we used for this post, “It’s a Small World,” and “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.” His son posted the announcement on Facebook earlier this week, and he is survived by friends, family, and his huge legacy.