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Sephora is officially rolling out their new Disney Jasmine Collection. Sephora has been behind Disney collections before such the Cinderella Collection and the new Urban Decay Wizard of Oz makeup and they are not about to give up now. Just in time for spring and summer make your own magic with Disney’s Jasmine Collection by Sephora. Each product has been created with the modern Princess in mind. Discover eyeshadow palettes with exotic shades, an intoxicating fragrant elixir, and an eyeliner set that will give you the sultry gaze of a Princess. With rich colors and dramatic detailing, each piece is as collectible and covetable as a palace gem.
Thoughtfully inspired by the Disney animation, Aladdin, each eyeshadow shade from the Storylook Palette and the Small Eyeshadow Palette were inspired directly from the film’s original colors. A few of our favorites include the shade “Blue Oasis”, a light turquoise just like Jasmine’s outfit. “Arabian Sunset” is a bright shimmering coral, as exotic as a sunset over Jasmine’s palace. “Wonder by Wonder” is a glittery violet as enchanting as the night sky during Jasmine and Aladdin’s magic carpet ride.
If you’re like me, you’ve enjoyed creating your own art on an Etch A Sketch. Turn the knobs, create a “magic screen”-full of art, then shake it up and start all over again. Never in my wildest dreams, though, could I imagine completing Etch A Sketch drawings like those created by Jane Labowitch.
Jane, a 21-year-old artist in Chicago who is known professionally by the nickname “Princess Etch A Sketch,” began playing with the famous Ohio Art drawing toy at age four. In fact, she says her love of the Etch A Sketch actually has some Disney roots, thanks to a boost from Disney’s animated classics.
“When I was young, soon after ‘Aladdin’ was released on VHS, I used to watch it at my grandma’s house while playing around with my Etch A Sketch,” she remembers. “And when I was a kid, all I could really draw were staircases. But what inspired me to draw more was the scene in ‘Aladdin’ where he has to walk up the long flight of stairs to retrieve the magic lamp. I used to draw that scene all the time. Soon, the staircases started looking more detailed, and the boxy Aladdin became more and more detailed as I practiced.”
Disney’s Aladdin, A New Broadway Musical, will open at Toronto’s Ed Mirvish Theatre for Nine Weeks November 2013. It will then be opening at Broadway’s New Amsterdam Theatre in 2014!
Disney Theatrical Productions proudly announces that Aladdin, a new musical based on the Academy Award® winning animated film, will play its pre-Broadway engagement at Toronto’s Ed Mirvish Theatre (formerly the Canon) November 13, 2013 to January 12, 2014 and will open at Broadway’s New Amsterdam Theatre in 2014.
The show will feature music by Alan Menken; lyrics by the late Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin with a book by Beguelin. Casey Nicholaw will direct and choreograph. Casting, Broadway dates and ticket information for both Toronto and Broadway will be announced at a later date.
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More news on the NextGen front which is causing some of you non planners out there to grumble…According to WDW Magic Permits have been filed by Walt Disney World for fastpasses to be added to Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, Aladdin, It’s a Small World, and two others that remain anonymous..(that’s anonymous not anonymouse like me)…but seems like probably will be two of the Fantasyland attractions still to come. Some people think these rides do not need fastpasses, but they are getting them anyway, so how will it work out – we will have to wait and see.
What you think is it a good idea or bad? Let me know in the comment box below.
Anywho that is all the Disney Gossip I have right now. For my past Gossip articles be sure to check them out here.
- Top Five Best Uses of Fastpass (chipandco.com)
- Souvenirs: FastPass Pillow (aglassslippervacation.com)
What I consider one of the most underrated animated Disney films of all time is finally coming to blu-ray on July 3. ‘Treasure Planet’ is a futuristic steam punk version of the Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Treasure Island’, which follows the adventure of Jim Hawkins who sets out on adventure across the universe as he sets out to find the fabled Treasure Planet. It’s a fun, and sadly overlooked, film from Disney’s nineties filmography, which is directed by Ron Clements and John Musket, who also did ‘The Great Mouse Detective’, ‘The Little Mermaid’, ‘Aladdin’, ‘Hercules’, and most recently, ‘The Princess and the Frog’. The film also features an excellent voice cast that includes Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Roscoe Lee Browne, Emma Thompson, Martin Short, and David Hyde Pierce. I’m hoping this blu-ray release will give people who have never seen the movie before the chance to discover it for the first time, because this is one of Disney’s best animated films. It’s just so much fun and features some truly breathtaking animation. I can’t wait to add this to my collection. How about you? Are you a fan of ‘Treasure Planet’, or will you be discovering it for the first time thanks to this new Disney blu-ray release? Let me know in the comments below! Hit the jump for the full press release.