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  • Blog Post: "Enchanted" 's long, long journey to the big screen

    With this week's announcement that Amy Adams had officially been cast to play Princess Giselle in "Enchanted," it looks like this oft-postponed project (Disney's first feature-length film to combine live action and animation since 1988's " Who Framed Roger Rabbit ") is finally getting ready to go into...
  • Blog Post: Fifth WDW theme park not coming forth anytime soon

    Two weeks ago, rumors were flying around the Web that a fifth theme park was reportedly in the works for Walt Disney World. That construction of a new highway that would cut across property somehow indicated that site prep for this extremely-hush-hush project was already underway. But that it would only...
  • Blog Post: Domain names offer unique peek at Disney's future

    DISNEYSUCKS.COM ... is -- admittedly -- a pretty harsh name for a website. Which perhaps explains why the Walt Disney Company decided that it needed to be taken off the market. Which is why the Mouse registered this domain name back on September 25th. Ah, that's the great fun of poking around www.dailychanges...
  • Blog Post: "Chicken Little" rules the roost ... again

    This wasn't supposed to happen. At least according to Hollywood insiders. The conventional wisdom out west was that this past weekend belonged to " Zathura ." That this new Jon Favreau film would rule at the box office, while Disney's " Chicken Little " would then have to settle for second place. Well...
  • Blog Post: Disney Theatrical plans a triple play for 2006

    Well, it's official. The worst kept secret in Broadway history has finally been confirmed. Disney's stage version of "The Lion King" will be vacating the New Amsterdam Theatre on June 4, 2006. This Tony Award winner will then be moving to the Minskoff Theatre, where it will resume performances on June...
  • Blog Post: How Princess Aurora got President Bush to give Ollie a medal

    It is our nation's highest honor for artistic excellence: the National Medal of Arts . Today in a ceremony at the White House, President George W. Bush will be presenting medals to ten individuals who -- to quote Dana Gioia, the Chairmain of the National Endowment for the Arts -- " ... have all made...
  • Blog Post: What Pixar reportedly wants from Disney

    All eyes (or should I say ears?) will be on Emeryville today, as Pixar Animation Studios holds a teleconference to announce earnings for its third quarter . This teleconference (which will also be webcast ) is expected to be chaired by Pixar's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs. And among...
  • Blog Post: "Rapunzel Unbraided" gets retooled

    Normally, this would be a great day for the employees at Disney Feature Animation. After all, today's the day when all their hard work finally pays off. The day when the studio's brand-new animated feature finally rolls into theaters. However, given the way that the majority of advance reviews for "Chicken...
  • Blog Post: "Chicken Little" 's debut bedeviled by rampant rumors

    You've heard about Monday morning quarterbacking? Well, welcome to Thursday night truth-telling. Where we try and sort out what's currently being said Disney's upcoming animated release, "Chicken Little." The rumor mill really kicked into overdrive late last night when Jerry Beck, the highly respected...
  • Blog Post: "Imagineering Field Guide" packs big fun into tiny book

    I know, I know. You've just put away this year's Halloween costume. And you haven't even finished eating all of the leftover trick-or-treat candy yet. So you're really probably not be in the mood to hear something like this. But ... THERE ARE ONLY 52 SHOPPING DAYS LEFT 'TIL CHRISTMAS! AIEEEEE!?! Okay...
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