Here’s the first trailer for Disney’s return to 2D animation with The Princess and the Frog.Â This looks great and the animation looks beautiful.Â Looks like we have a fun night with the kids to look forward to!
Animation Studios presents the musical“The Princess and the Frog, an animated comedy set in the great city of New Orleans. From the creators of The Little Mermaid and Aladdin comes a modern twist on a classic tale, featuring a beautiful girl named Tiana (Anika Noni Rose), a frog prince who desperately wants to be human again, and a fateful kiss that leads them both on a hilarious adventure through the mystical bayous of Louisiana. [TrailerAddict]
Because of the economy, Disney Theme Parks no longer are employing the “Roller Coaster Boob Checker.” This is the person that gets paid to look through all the pictures taken on the drops to check and see if any females drop their tops.Â Those pictures usually get removed so young eyes don’t see boobies at the family oriented park.
Well, now the potential to see boobs at Disneyland has increased.Â Depending on the person, that will either be a good thing or a bad thing.Â Our planned family trip to Disneyland for my 4 year old’s birthday just got more interesting.
Here are the promotional posters for Star Wars Weekendsthat are coming to Disney Hollywood Studios in Florida (hey…why’s California getting the shaft?!).Â Pretty awesome posters.Â Star Wars weekends begin May 22Â – June 14th.Â These were created strictly for employees to get them pumped up for the event.
Bolt tells the story a dog who plays a heroic pup in a hit TV show and has some trouble recognising that he is in fact not possessed of extraordinary powers beyond the ability to lick his own nether regions. This becomes something of a hindrance when he is accidentally shipped from Hollywood to New York City. From there he has to make his way home with only the help of a manky old cat and an overweight hamster in a plastic ball. John Travolta, Miley Cyrus, Susie Essman and Mark Walton provide voices.(Trailer Addict)
Disney Animation has been in a bit of a slump recently.Â Their last non-Pixar Computer Animated Chicken Little was a turd, and other than direct to DVD sequels to their classics we haven’t seen much.Â So, much to my surprise, along comes Bolt.Â This is the first non-Pixar movie that is up to par in quality with The Incredibles; a fun, action packed and funny little movie.Â Of course, Bolt was executive produced by Pixar’s John Lasseter.Â So Bolt can be a distant cousin of a Pixar movie.