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Las Vegas audiences are hard to figure when it comes to Broadway shows. What plays well back east and on national tours offers no guarantee of success on the Strip. While "Phantom" and "Mamma Mia" have done well here, "Spamalot,"
Updated 06-28-2009 at 08:18 PM by disneytim
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Without realizing it at the time, I almost tripped over Michael Jackson.
On a trip to Universal Studios Orlando in 2003, I was stumbling back to my room at the Royal Pacific after a late night at CityWalk. It was about 1:00
Called upon by Walt Disney to design the Matterhorn Bobsleds, imagineer Bob Gurr wasn't sure if he was the right guy for the job.
"I never designed roller coasters," he says. "I hate 'em."
For someone who's never been a fan
Updated 06-14-2009 at 11:08 AM by disneytim
Disney/Pixar guru John Lasseter says, "Along with the humor, you have to have heart. Walt Disney always said, 'For every laugh, there should be a tear.' I believe in that."
If ever there was a movie that captured that mantra, it's Pixar's tenth animated feature "Up,"
Wow, Disney really got it.
This week, to the delight of mousegeeks everywhere (well, in selected markets anyway), Disney's pay-for-play fan community D23 announced its first summer lineup of events, and it's a knockout.
From Disney's press release:
[INDENT][B]May 28 - D23 “Up All Night” at Hollywood’s El Capitan Theatre (FREE)[/B]
(Los Angeles, CA) -- Theatergoers across the country will soon meet the unlikely duo of 78-year-old Carl Fredricksen and 8-year-old
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