Enjoy this little article I found about Dick Van Dyke! It’s just a one Continue reading
In the June 1974 issue of Look In magazine (published in England), one lucky reader Continue reading
We wanted to wish everyone a safe and merry Christmas!
Enjoy this four page article about Disney and Christmas stamps from Storyboard magazine, volume 2, number 6, November/December 1989.
On September 18, 1989, Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers debuted. Thanks to large satellite dishes in the 80’s, here is what Disney fans could watch from Canada.
Today, Variety reported:
Characters from the 1994 Walt Disney movie “The Lion King” have not been seen in new settings since a direct-to-video sequel appeared more than a decade ago. Now the company is preparing a series that will burnish the franchise to a new generation of viewers who are often harder to win.
Disney will launch “The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar,” a short primetime movie focused on the son of Simba, the hero of the original film, in November on Disney Channel. The program will follow Kion, Simba’s second-born cub, as he and a team of animals known as “The Lion Guard” try to keep the peace in the surrounding terrain. Disney intends to launch a “Lion Guard” TV series on Disney Channel and Disney Junior outlets around the world in early 2016.
The program has been about four years in the making, said Nancy Kanter, executive vice president of original programming and general manger of Disney Junior Worldwide, in a recent interview. “We were really trying to make sure, from a production value, that we could get as close to the feel of the movie as we possibly can. I think people will be sort of amazed at just how beautiful it really looks,” she said. “Some of the artists on the series have in fact worked on the original movies.”
Disney’s new attempt to make “Lion King” roar suggests that no matter how many Continue reading