Bora Barroso presents a brief look back at animated films from the House of Mouse, from 1937’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, up to this year’s Zootopia. While the style and technique have changed, the storytelling and characters continue to enthrall.
“Think of the one thing you’ve always wanted. Now find it in your mind’s eye, and feel it in your heart.” Emma Watson stars as Belle and Dan Stevens stars as The Beast in Disney’s live action adaptation of a tale as old as time. Well, as old as 1740. Premieres 3/17/17.
The first trailer for Disney’s upcoming film introduces the proud and happy-go-lucky demigod Maui, played by Dwayne Johnson, a band of adorable pirates, and some of the best digital animation we’ve ever seen.
An expansion for Disney Infinity 3.0. It has a story mode involving Loki and Ultron, but the star of Marvel Battlegrounds is its brawl mode, where up to 4 players (or AI) can duke it out using characters from both Infinity 2.0 and 3.0. It’s Smash Bros, Disney style.
This modern reboot of the 1977 Disney flick about an orphaned boy and his best friend (a dragon) actually looks pretty magical, capturing the spirit of ’80s fantasy films like E.T., and The Neverending Story – at least in the trailer. Let’s hope the movie works out as well.
Mickey Mouse wants to go to the beach, but his car doesn’t want to take him there. Disney shows us the perils of (more than) autonomous vehicles in this silly short, featuring one of the best Mickey jokes we’ve ever heard.
Minnie and Mickey Mouse drop a coin at a wishing well to live happily ever after, but Pete steals all of the coins in the well. Disney parodies Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and its other films in this wacky animated short.
The animation studio behind Wreck-It Ralph, Big Hero 6 and Frozen is back with its latest flick, a story about a world in which humans never existed, and animals evolved the intelligence to build a civilization instead.
Disney offers up a collection of a dozen of its finest short animated films, including Academy Award winners Paperman and Feast, along with behind the scenes interviews with their creators.
The broadway casts of The Lion King and Aladdin found themselves delayed at the airport due to bad weather, and decided to make the best of the time with an impromptu sing-off. This never happens to us when we’re delayed. (Thanks Seth!)
Vans teamed up with Disney for one of its Fall 2015 releases. The collection consists of shirts, backpacks, shoes, socks and hats featuring Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Winnie the Pooh. Drops 6/15.
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