With the premiere of Disney’s upcoming Cinderella, just around the corner, the Disney Animation Research Library opens its vault to share more visual-development art from the 1950 classic.
We think you’ll agree that the talented movie stars who’ll be honored in the Dolby Theatre this weekend might consider themselves fortunate to not have to go head-to-head vs. these animated Disney characters who have all delivered their own Oscar®-worthy performances.
This Sunday, February 22, Oscars® will be handed out for best performances by real-live actors in leading and supporting roles. Since animated characters can’t be nominated, we’re letting you fill in the blanks to create your own uniquely Disney acceptance speech.
We’ve put a Disney twist on six Oscar® categories, and now it’s your turn to vote for your favorites!
Into the Woods nominee Colleen Atwood talks Johnny Depp, what she’ll wear to the Academy Awards®, and how you can look red-carpet-ready
Behind most romantic Disney heroes—or heroines—is a good wingman, the person who helps or supports a Disney hero on their road to happily ever after. Here’s our salute to just a sampling of Disney’s deep bench of wingmen—and women.
If you haven’t seen One Hundred and One Dalmatians in, well, a dog’s age, or if somehow you’ve never quite gotten around to watching this fun-filled canine caper, the Diamond Edition has just become available for the first time on Digital HD, Blu-ray, and Disney Movies Anywhere and On-Demand.