It was just announced on April 9th, that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will officially be producing and starring in the upcoming live action film adaption of one of Disney’s most beloved rides.
If you have visited the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in recent years, you may have noticed that Tomorrowland is not quite as futuristic as it was when the park first opened in 1971. The last fifteen years have seen additions from films like Toy Story, Monsters, Inc., and Lilo and Stitch, but Tomorrowland is still lacking the futuristic thrill that its international counterparts have.
Company officials with Disney filed a patent to develop robots! So the next time you hit up DisneyLand, there could be costumed robots giving kids high-fives and dancing in the park.
Leia Organa may still not be an official Disney Princess but she’s just been awarded an even greater title: Disney Legend. Continue reading Carrie Fisher Named Disney Legend
For those who enjoy character hunting while visiting Walt Disney World, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a mecca for rare and limited character appearances. A theme park dedicated to movies, you can count that when a new film is coming from Disney Studios, you’re more than likely to get to meet the newest characters at either the Animation Courtyard (now more or less transformed into the Star Wars Launch Bay) or One Man’s Dream.
For 20 years now, people have mistakenly included Anastasia as one of the official Disney Princesses... well, it looks like that debate is over. Disney has just announced that the studio has just acquired the rights to 20th Century Fox’s 1997 musical hit, Anastasia, thus making her the newest Disney Princess. Continue reading BREAKING: Disney Buys the Rights to “Anastasia” with Plans for Live Action Remake
It isn’t surprising to find that after the smashing success that is Beauty and the Beast, Disney is full speed ahead with their live action remakes. To date, there are over 20 remakes planned for the coming years… some are already filming while others are still heavily in the works. Let’s take a look at the movies that we’re looking forward to and some that we could definitely do without.