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If you want Darkwing Duck or some other Disney character in Disney Infinity, now's your chance to help make that happen.
Through the official Disney blog, the company is asking fans to vote for the character they want most to appear in its toys-to-life series.
Fans can choose between a number of characters that haven't appeared in the game yet, including Darkwing Duck, Dory from Finding Nemo, Belle or Beast from Beauty and the Beast, Peter Pan or Captain Hook from Peter Pan, and Ariel or Ursula from The Little Mermaid.
If your favourite character isn't featured, Disney is open to suggestions, writing that you can mention any other pick in the comments section of the blog post.
The latest instalment in the toys-to-life series is Disney Infinity 3.0, which is »
Disney Infinity Player’s Pick 2015 is now officially underway. Through it fans of Disney Interactive's toys-to-life game will get to help decide a figure that will appear in a future edition of the Disney Infinity game, presumably Disney Infinity 4.0 in 2016.
There are a couple different ways to partake in Player’s Pick 2015 and make your voice heard. The official Disney blog has a running poll featuring 20 characters to choose from and from what I can tell you can vote as many times as your finger is able to hit the refresh button and vote again. The choices range from Darkwing Duck, a figure who has already appeared on Power Discs and apparently already came close to being green lit, to Mabel from Gravity Falls.
Speaking of Mabel, she's running away with the poll with the majority of nearly one million votes. Darkwing Duck and Wall-e are a distant second and third, »
Is there aaaaanyone here who hasn’t seen at least a video clip of Winnie-the-Pooh and Tigger Too at some point? I know I’ve seen plenty – Winnie-the-Pooh was a part of my childhood, and is now a part of the childhood of this Auntie Em’s little nephew and nieces. And would it blow your mind to learn that since the 1990s, Winnie-the-Pooh and Tigger too have been…dun dun duuuuun…the same person? Because they have! Well, at least when it comes to the guy who does their voices.
This is one of the things I adore about voice actors – how versatile they are, and how they can do so many voices that just sound nothing like each other; even when the characters are in conversation together. It’s really amazing.
If you know anything about voice actors, you’ll know that when I talk about the voice of Pooh and Tigger, »
- Emily S. Whitten
John Lasseter talked about the upcoming slate of Disney/Pixar animated films during an extremely detailed two-hour presentation at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday morning.
The chief creative officer unveiled new clips and plot lines of such titles as Pixar’s “Finding Dory,” the sequel to “Finding Nemo,” and Disney’s “Moana” about a Polynesian princess. Lasseter noted how Pixar will release two movies in the same year for the very first time: “Inside Out,” which premiered at Cannes earlier this week out-of-competition, and “The Good Dinosaur,” which has a Thanksgiving release date.
He also declared that Disney Animation had bounced back, thanks to the success of the juggernaut “Frozen” and the Oscar-winning “Big Hero 6,” saying that the studio had previously suffered from low morale. “It was quite broken when they came in,” Lasseter said about the business 10 years ago. He told his staff: “What would heal them »
- Ramin Setoodeh
News: DuckTales is Coming Back to TV!
Here's seven animated series we're starting to feel nostalgia for that could give joy to a new generation.
2. Rocko's Modern Life: The humor of this show was pretty sophisticated for a cartoon, giving it an appeal to kids and parents alike.
3. Dexter's Laboratory: If The Powerpuff Girls could get a reboot, surely we should get the chance to see Dexter back in his lab. The brother-sister/odd couple comedy duo of a mad scientist child and his annoying sister Dee Dee is one of the best of all time.
4. Johnny Bravo: »
5 items from 2015
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