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Do you remember watching Disney animated movies when you’re a little kid and you watched birds and rats making a ball gown for Cinderella? Yeah, I know. I was pretty traumatized too. Think about all the nasty germs and viruses these pests will leave on the dress. If Cinderella ends up with some type of hantavirus, you know it’s one of those rat bastards that did it. Well, you won’t have that problem with mouse herpes with these outfits from Harrods (a UK luxury clothing and accessories designer). To celebrate the 2012 holiday season, Harrods and photographer, Jason Ell put together a collection of photographs dubbed “Once Upon a Dream” featuring various Disney Princesses in high fashion outfits from the industry’s best designers such as Oscar de la Renta, Versace, and Roberto Cavalli. These glamorous Princess photos will grace the holiday issue of Harrods Magazine.

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yodasings

Let’s get down to business to defeat the Sith.

This is so damn good, it makes my soul hurt. Anytime you can mash-up Yoda and the music of Disney’s Mulan, you know you got a winner. I would pay to watch this in IMAX.

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aliceoz

Well, this is a complete mind-fuck. Somebody at Disney is trying to brainwash you that Oz: The Great and Powerful IS Alice in Wonderland. If you watched the trailer for Oz, you will have seen the tag, “From the Producer of Alice in Wonderland” plastered on your screen. Sadly, only one of the ten credited producer on Alice is producing Oz. That doesn’t really mean much does it? Either way, now I’m not sure if my excitement for Oz is free will or the will of the big “D”. Are we being mind controlled by Mickey Mouse so that we pour another billion in for Disney? I don’t know. I don’t care. I love that shit too much.

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American vocal artist, Nick Pitera who was given the gift of utilizing a wide vocal range and an unique unusual feminine falsetto has been singing one-man covers of some of the greatest songs to ever grace Broadway. This time, in tribute to it’s 15th anniversary of Disney’s The Lion King musical, he puts on a one-man production in honor of the famed stage production with the help from a few friends.

Today (Nov. 13th) The Lion King celebrates 15 years on Broadway. This is my tribute to an amazing piece of musical history.
Big thanks to Disney Theatrical, SHN, and the touring company of The Lion King for helping make this happen. Making this video was a childhood dream come true.
Filmed in part at SHN’s beautiful Orpheum theatre in San Francisco California, where the show is currently playing (now through Jan 13th)

Today (Nov. 13th) The Lion King celebrates 15 years on Broadway. This is my tribute to an amazing piece of musical history.  Big thanks to Disney Theatrical, SHN, and the touring company of The Lion King for helping make this happen. Making this video was a childhood dream come true. Filmed in part at SHN’s beautiful Orpheum theatre in San Francisco California, where the show is currently playing (now through Jan 13th)

I have seen a lot of one-man performance videos online, but I have to say that this is one of the best. It’s masterfully laid out and fun to watch. Bravo Nick. Bravo!

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anotherdisneystarwars

ERMAHGERD… what the hell is this? This is what I imagine what a Disney stage musical would be like if someone did an amazing amount of crack cocaine. On that note, I have to say that I do give them major props for the pretty good lyrics and attempt at shooting the whole performance in one continuous shot. As for that Mickey Rat Mouse thing, I’m going to have nightmares about that thing.

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10 November 2012 Eric Kwun | Posted in: Eye Candy, Strictly Star Wars

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Left Wing? Right Wing? No thanks. I’m voting for the X-Wing. I will be voting for the ticket of Brad Bird and Michael Arndt for Star Wars Episode VII. How about you?

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It’s official folks. StarWars.com has officially announced that Academy Award winner, Michael Arndt will be writing the screenplay for Star Wars: Episode VII!

As pre-production of Star Wars: Episode VII begins, Lucasfilm has confirmed that award-winning writer Michael Arndt will write the screenplay for the new Star Wars film. As revealed in the ongoing video series posted here on StarWars.com, Kathleen Kennedy and George Lucas have begun story conferences with Arndt. Arndt won an Academy Award® for Best Original Screenplay for writing Little Miss Sunshine (2006), and was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay for writing Toy Story 3 (2010).

Couple days ago, we featured info that Lucasfilm brought in Arndt to help take Star Wars to the next step. In result, a rumored 40-50 treatment was completed that covers Episode VII, VIII, and IX. It was rumored that the treatment will find it’s way to the desks of Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams, Brad Bird, and other high profile directors in an attempt to get a director for the next installment of Star Wars. The Oscar winning screenwriter will now be taking the next step to taking his treatment into a complete screenplay. It might be too early to tell, but I have a gut feeling is that the Force is strong with this announcement.