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NEW ‘Up’ Inspired Attraction Is Set To Make Its Theme Park Debut

Illustration of a whimsical house lifted by colorful balloons over rocky terrains, with a "new" banner in the corner, evoking a sense of adventure and innovation in Storybook Land Canal Bo

Since its release on May 29, 2009, Up instantly became a Disney Pixar classic. The story follows Carl Fredricksen, a senior citizen who is grieving the loss of his wife, as he sets off on an adventure of a lifetime. He is accompanied by an unlikely troupe, including Wilderness Explorer boy Scount, Russel, and a talking dog, Dug. Along the way, the ...

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NEW: Disney Reveals ‘Up’ and ‘Coco’ Popcorn Buckets, Available for Limited Time

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Disney Parks Popcorn buckets are not just any ordinary containers for holding popcorn; they are whimsical, collectible treasures that spark joy in both the young and the young at heart. These iconic vessels, often themed after beloved Disney characters like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and others, elevate the popcorn-eating experience to a new level of magic and wonder. ...

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Disney Movies to Start Off the New Year Right

Tangled

Let’s not sugar coat it: 2021 was a hard year. Now that’s it’s 2022 we are faced with two options: fear what might happen next or hope for the infinite possibilities of the new year. Disney tends to be an advocate of the latter. Disney movies are all about hope. As we venture into this year, let’s lean into the ...

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Vinyl soundtrack from Pixar’s ‘Up’ gets an amazing makeover, available TODAY

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You know the music the moment you hear the first few notes. You can see the animation in your mind’s eye when you hear the music. It’s the once-in-your-ears-forever-on-your-mind music of PIXAR’s 2009 blockbuster Up, starring the voice talents of Ed Asner (Carl Fredricksen), Jordan Nagai (Russell), Elizabeth Docter (Ellie Fredricksen and director Pete Docter’s daughter), Christopher Plummer (Charles F. Muntz) ...

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