Monday, June 23, 2014

Disneyland's Artist Showcase!

Hey Disney Freaks!

More exciting Disney news is headed your way 
as Disneyland will be hosting it's very own art showcase!
These events will take place on July 12, 13, and 19. Be prepared to meet some of Disney's best imagineers and even hear from some Disney film-makers!
Here are some of the specific events taking place in July:

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July 12:
9am-12pm: Meet some of Disney's Brightest imagineers inside the Disneyland park.
11am-1pm: Artists Jasmine Becket-Griffith and Noah will appear in the Disneyland park.
3-5pm: Meet the film-makers of Planes: Fire and Rescue inside Disney's California Adventure Park.
2-5pm: Artist Jasmine Becket-Griffith will join a special art showcase just outside of the Disneyland Park in the Downtown Disney District.

July 13:
2-5pm: Artist Jasmine Becket-Griffith will join a special art showcase just outside of the Disney Park in the Downtown Disney District.

July 19: 
11am-1pm: Artist J. Scott Campbell, Sean Choa, and many other Disney Artists will be signing autographs in the Downtown Disney District.

That's all for tonight folks! God Bless!
"Get a good idea and stay with it. Dog it, and work at it until it's done right."
-Walt Disney

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Monday, June 16, 2014

Cinderella: Live-action film 2015

Yet another live-action fairy tale has hit the agenda of the Disney studio. After a huge success in the box office with Maleficent, Disney is undertaking the project of a live-action Cinderella film scheduled to release in March of 2015. Although it feels like forever in the eyes of an anticipating Disney Freak like us, Disney has already released a teaser trailer of the film to be. Though the trailer reveals hardly any aspect of the story line, it invites us to anticipate the release of yet another great Disney film. The role of Cinderella will be played by Lily James, the fairy Godmother by Elena Bonham Carter, and Cate Blanchett will play Lady Tremain. 

Well that's all for tonight folks! See you at the premier in a year!

Disney Fact: This very transformation scene is Walt Disney's favorite
movie scene made during his lifetime.

Monday, June 9, 2014

Disney Dads: Fathers Day

Fathers Day is just around the corner and what better way is there to express our love for dads than to realize what makes them so great. When we do so, we find how similar our dads qualities are to Disney Dads! So here it goes... 

Disney Dads: Fathers Day Edition

What we LOVE about Dads

Like Tiana's father...dads are caring. They express love and wisdom toward their children. They hide their struggles in order to preserve childhood and teach the importance of hard work and of dreams. They only want whats best for the future of their children. 

Like Mufasa, dads posses wisdom beyond any other individual. They try to protect their young from the dangers of the world and teach them all they know in order to be a strong leader in adulthood.

Like Mr. Incredible, Dads take on the Impossible task of maintaining a family. Though it is a difficult task, they succeed where it counts and keep a strong and loving bond with the entire family.

Like Goofy, Dads can be a bit overwhelming and, well...GOOFY. But everything they do is out of love and in the end, we can never deny how much we truly love them and how much they truly love us. 

That's all for tonight folks! Make sure to tell your Dad's how much they truly mean to you and let them know you love them this Fathers Day!
Disney Movie - The Lion King

Monday, June 2, 2014

Disney's Maleficent: Movie Review

Disney's Maleficent hit the theaters  May 30 and was a big success in the box office. On opening day, the movie earned a good $70M and was the debut of Angelina Jolie's box-office career. As one of the worlds biggest Disney Freaks, I believe that I can justly claim that the movie was great. Though the movie strayed greatly from the 1959  Disney cartoon of Sleeping Beauty,  it also created in itself, its own story. In other words, the surprises you will obtain from the movie's plot  is so vastly different from the fairy tale we were once told, that we have room in our hearts to believe both versions equally as much as the other. There is enough room in the magical world of Disney for us to hold both tales in our hearts and claim both to be equally as magical. The story is told from the side of Maleficent, which ironically  created a loving and caring tone. Though it was confusing who the true villain was, it also revealed the potential of good and bad in all of us, thus sending a good message about making the right choices from love and not from hurt. Angelina Jolie was the absolute perfect actress for the role as she was a very  majestic and captivating Maleficent. Elle Fanning was a great Princess Aurora, always happy as her role defines to be, and the rest of the cast was equally as amazing as the two leads. Before I reveal the entire movie, though, all I can say is that I highly recommend the film and promise you the satisfaction of a truly magical experience.

Until next time!
"They say if you dream a thing more than once,
its sure to come true"
-Sleeping Beauty