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Disney World Prepping a Frozen Attraction

Fans of Disney’s take on the Snow Queen fairy tale still can’t let it go (I had to get that in somewhere in the post,) and are looking for more content and experiences based on Frozen. With the animated short on the way, Frozen fans will get another goodie via a new major attraction being prepped at the Epcot theme park at Disney World in Florida.

Fanimation: From Disney World to Sin City

Fanimation: From Disney World to Sin City

Nearly a century ago, a man named Walt Disney dreamt up his iconic Mickey Mouse, which would later flourish into cartoons, movies, mascots, and, literally, a whole World of Disney, where everything was bright and cheery and forever known as the happiest place on earth. A few decades ago, a man named Frank Miller dreamt up his iconic Sin City, which would later flourish into a comic book graphic novel, movies, sequels, and, figuratively, a whole city of sin, where everything was black and white and forever known as the grim and grittiest place on earth. So what would happen if the two concepts collided…? The result is the fan-made Disney’s Sin City

Star Wars Weekends Strike Back on Disney

Star Wars Weekends Strikes Back on Disney

Disney World always sounds like a pretty awesome place to visit, whether you’re a big kid or a little kid. But how much cooler can the place get when it’s invaded by the Star Wars Universe? When Mickey Mouse becomes Jedi Mickey, Donald Duck becomes Darth Fowl, and Yoda helps clip all the hedges with a lightsaber. Fans not only get to see all of the usual Disney attractions, but a whole mix of Star Wars environments, even getting behind the scenes looks at the films and Cartoon Network’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Stormtroopers, Star Tours, Hyperspace Hoopla… Star Wars Weekends are one of the greatest team ups in our world of animation.

Disney brings Winnie the Pooh back to theaters

Disney brings Winnie the Pooh back to theaters

It’s been nearly 85 years since us fans first got their eyes on the world of Winnie the Pooh. Since that time, and their creation by A. A. Milne, the character and his many friends have filled the Disney Universe with wonder, inspiring dozens of TV specials, a gathering of cinematic adventures, Disney World rides, video games, and more. Now, Disney is bringing the honey-hungry bear back to the big screen with next year’s Winnie the Pooh, rejoining Eeyore, Rabbit, Kanga and Roo, Christopher Robin, Owl, Tigger, Piglet, and the rest. Unlike most animated films of the day, Winnie the Pooh will use traditional cel animation, serving as the 51st full-length animated movie, immediately following Rapunzel in Tangled, the 50th. Release dates are set for July 15th, 2011 in the U.S., and April 15th, 2011 across Europe. Check out the first teaser trailer and let us know if you’re ready to go back to the Hundred Acre Wood!

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