Ticket Sale Information for “D23 Presents Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives”

Beginning June 26, 2012, tickets will be available for the largest Disney archives exhibit ever – D23 PRESENTS TREASURES OF THE WALT DISNEY ARCHIVES. From early drawings Walt Disney made for his mother, to ride vehicles from Disneyland and Captain America’s “ready room” from Marvel’s The Avengers, hundreds of items from nearly 100 years of Disney history are making their way to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum as D23, the official Disney fan club, readies the biggest Disney … [Read more...]


Colin Farrell to Join Cast of ‘Saving Mr. Banks’

Deadline is reporting that Colin Farrell is in talks to join the cast of Saving Mr. Banks. The movie will tell the story of how Walt Disney spent 14 years trying to convince author P.L Travers to let him adapt her book Mary Poppins into a film. He of course succeeded but she was never happy with the film, especially the animated sequences. Farrell would play Travers father who died when she was seven. Farrell will join Tom Hanks as Walt Disney and Emma Thompson as P.L Travers. No word yet on … [Read more...]


Top 5 Underrated Disney World Rides or Attractions

Anyone planning a trip to Disney or who has been there before knows that are certain attractions that get a lot of attention and fill up the queues really quick. Therefore, some other Disney attractions that may not offer the latest technology or the biggest thrills sometimes get overlooked and are definitely underrated. This is unfortunate since some of Disney's best secrets are underrated attractions. Therefore, I have compiled a list of Top 5 Underrated Disney World Attractions for … [Read more...]


Top 10 Disney World Attractions with the Shortest Lines

It's officially summer! Kids are on summer vacation, the temperatures are rising, people are filling up their pools, and families are going on vacation. Therefore, Disney World is a crowded place to be! If you're visiting Disney World during the summer, you're probably wondering how can I experience attractions without waiting and waiting? Is there anything that has a short line? Yes, there is! Disney World actually has many attractions that offer short waits almost all of the time so I have … [Read more...]


D23′s Destination D: 75 Years of Disney Animated Features

From Walt Disney’s groundbreaking Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to the upcoming Wreck-It Ralph, guests will go on a two-day journey filled with unforgettable moments of heart-tugging emotion, laughter, and classic music and song that have captivated generations the world over.Highlights of the event include exclusive previews of upcoming films from Walt Disney Animation Studios, salutes to the great Disney animators and artists of the past, hands-on activities, an extraordinary reunion of … [Read more...]


Fire Spreading at Walt Disney World

What has started as a controlled 5 acre brush fire has gotten out of control fast. The 15-acre fire is burning near International and World Center drives, but is creeping toward Interstate 4. I-4 East Bound is now closed Eastbound traffic is being diverted onto U.S. 192. The Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority are suspending tolls on northbound S.R. 417 and eastbound S.R. 528 (Beachline).Click here for video.For more check out cfnews13 & Bay News 9Thanks to our friend … [Read more...]


Disney & LeSportsac Launch It’s A Small World Collection

LeSportsac and Disney Consumer Products announced today the launch of the Disney It's a Small World by LeSportsac collection featuring handbags, totes and accessories that combine the bright aesthetic of LeSportsac with inspiration from the mid-century artwork of Disney artist Mary Blair who created the whimsical look of the beloved Disney theme park attraction "it's a small world."Disney It's a Small World by LeSportsac collection includes five seasonal deliveries, each inspired by a … [Read more...]


Exciting New DVD For Disney And Rail Fans: The Favorite – Retlaw Combine 101

When Walter Disney was a boy in Kansas City he worked aboard the passenger trains as a news butcher, selling newspapers, candy, and the like. He kept his supplies in the baggage compartment, and visited with train crews while sitting on trunks or barrels or mailbags.It has often been said that Walt didn’t build a railroad because he built Disneyland; he built Disneyland so he could have a railroad. Indeed the railroad was originally operated as a separate company with separately paid … [Read more...]


You should check out The Disney Wilderness Preserve

Walt Disney World is a wonder of human invention and innovation, of “Imagineering” in Disney terminology. But what did that piece of real estate Walt Disney turned into his vacation dream land look like before the Imagineers got a hold of it?Constructing Walt Disney World impacted the environment drastically, and in the early 1990s the Walt Disney Company partnered with the Nature Conservancy to mitigate some of that change by turning a huge swath of undeveloped land at the headwaters of the … [Read more...]


Cinderella Diamond Edition Coming To All-New Blu-ray Heights for Its Royal Diamond Edition Debut, October 2, 2012

“A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes,” and at the stroke of midnight, October 2, 2012, dreams around the globe really will come true when The Walt Disney Studios opens its prestigious vault to release one of Walt Disney’s most timeless and beloved masterpieces of all time, “Cinderella,” in the highly anticipated Blu-ray™ Diamond Edition Collection.This enchanting classic comes alive in stunning fashion for in-home viewing for the very first time on Blu-ray high definition with enhanced … [Read more...]