Winter 2014 IN THIS ISSUE
IT’S ABOUT TIME
Make Toy Story That Time Forgot a part of your Christmas tradition this year.
23 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DISNEY INFINITY 2.0
23 reasons you’ll love the new Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes game from Disney Interactive.
PEGGY CARTER: A MODERN WOMAN IN A MAN’S WORLD
Find out what makes Peggy Carter tick in ABC’s new mid-season drama Marvel’s Agent Carter.
ONE WITH THE WIND AND SKY
Adventures by Disney teams up with Walt Disney Animation Studios to create its latest itinerary, “Norway: Fjords, Bergen & Oslo,” inspired by the mega-hit animated film Frozen.
THE HAPPIEST CREWS THAT EVER SAILED
Go behind the scenes and meet some of the dedicated and talented men and women behind Disney Cruise Line’s incredible success.
THAT DISNEY TIME OF YEAR
We look back at some of the best, funniest, and warmest Disney Christmas moments.
HAPPILY EVER AFTER?
To celebrate Disney’s big-screen adaptation of the hit Broadway musical Into the Woods, we sat down for exclusive conversations with original story writer James Lapine, director Rob Marshall, and the film’s star-studded cast, including Emily Blunt, Chris Pine, and living legend Meryl Streep.
IT’S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS
With the Christmas season right around the corner, we travel to Disneyland for a firsthand look at how cast members create what Walt liked to call, “that Disney time of year.”
LOST AND FOUND
John Canemaker‘s The Lost Notebook tells the fascinating story of Herman J. Schultheis, a special-effects man and photographer during Disney’s first golden age. Canemaker calls Schultheis’ personal notebook, discovered in 1990, the “Rosetta Stone” of animation.