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Even with gigantic disproportioned hands, how can one man break the entire Internet? Ralph, like life, finds a way. What's new in the latest Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck It Ralph 2 trailer? The biggest news is this: what's that...
As much as I enjoyed the movie Tangled, I can't say I ever thought it had franchise potential. Unfortunately, after watching the "Queen for a Day" extended episode of Tangled: The Series on DVD, I still don't think it...
The first big scene from Wreck-It Ralph 2 was shown yesterday evening during Disney's D23 event, and it's sure an interesting one. One of the first things Ralph does in this movie is meet up with every (popular) Disney...
ELENA OF AVALOR CONTINUES HER REIGN INTO SEASON TWO ON DISNEY CHANNEL AND DISNEY JUNIOR A second season of the animated series "Elena of Avalor," a story inspired by diverse Latin cultures and folklore, has been greenlit into production after its...
Emmy nominated composer Tony Morales began his career as staff composer within the commercial music division of Hans Zimmer’s Media Ventures in 1998.  He has he has gone on to compose numerous scores for film and television including the...
The New York Times has taken a look at Disney's new TV show Elena of Avalor, where the title character will be the first Latina Disney Princess. The article is a good capsule summary of the show's genesis and...
A DISNEY PRINCESS INSPIRED BY LATIN CULTURES, "ELENA OF AVALOR," WILL BE INTRODUCED IN 2016 ON DISNEY JUNIOR CHANNELS AND PROGRAMMING BLOCKS AROUND THE WORLD Princess Elena of Avalor, a confident and compassionate teenager in an enchanted fairytale kingdom inspired by diverse...
One of the near-universal fairy tales is "Beauty and the Beast," with the same basic story being told with variations in almost every major culture in the world. The earliest reference to a tale like "Beauty and the Beast"...
To say that Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams is better than it needed to be may sound like damning with faint praise, but it's really meant as a commentary on the runaway success of the "Disney Princess"...