Two worlds collide when childhood grows up and starts partying its face off. I love love love these fashion statements. Please, DeadMau5, rock my face off at Disney World!
Around Halloween time last year, Jack and Sally made their first appearance in the Magic Kingdom for special photo opportunities and meetings. Even though it isn't halloween anymore, people are wishing they were still around the park. I personally wish there was at least some sort of area for them all year round, or some sort of simple burton looking walkway (to include other greats like Corpse bride and James and the Giant Peach) since i know my lifelong dream of a NBC ride will probably never happen. What do you think? Should these characters stick to their Holidays? Or should they always be around? Why can't they be part of a parade or two sometime? James is kid-friendly enough and I think he would make an amazing character with a big peach float... Don't even get me started!!!
The creative forces behind each ride at Disney World put an impressive amount of time into each and every attraction, and only super observant and obsessive people like me will notice them.
As I saw recently on buzzfeed: “The lobby and queuing area for the “ Tower of Terror ” ride are full of hidden Twilight Zone references, such as Burgess Meredith’s broken glasses and a book with alien script that has been translated to “To Serve Man.” Obviously I had to check it out- and sure enough, there are little winks to Twilight Zone fans all throughout the small Library holding room!
Add this to the creepy wooden marionette, ghostly images of the family and rundown exterior and you have my personal favorite creepy Disney destination.
Pay close attention next time you're in this room. What else might you find hiding in the book titles and statues?
Before everyone starts crying tears of joy, let me go ahead and burst your bubble. These concept sketches were done as part of a class portfolio for a Disney animator when he was still a student at Calarts. This isn't a real movie.
Now that we got that out of the way- how much do we totally wish it was?! After the success of Frozen- which is on its way to becoming a Broadway show as we speak- this would be the perfect follow up. We already know Idina has the pipes for it.
Elphaba is my absolute favorite- while there is a certain amount of magic in the live show that is completely unique to the stage version, an animated version could take things to a whole new level that would not otherwise be achievable and truly take viewers deep into the Emerald City.
Oh, and forget about all that 3-D CGI crap. I'm talking gorgeous old school 2D animation.
Maybe if I click my heels together three times when i open my eyes this will really be a movie. "There's no place like my TV, There's no place like my TV!"
Thanks to this orlando travel blog for these pictures