Tales from the Toy Box: The Story Behind Toy Story

When D23 EXPO 2015 blasted off on August 14, guests received a giant welcome from Buzz Lightyear—
…giant because the space ranger appeared as a giant character helium balloon, measuring 67.7 feet long, 39.9 feet wide, and 34.3 feet tall.

The Buzz Lightyear balloon was straight from New York City’s famed Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®, where he has…

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Pomp and CircumFANce: Disney Fan Graduation Caps

Throughout May and June, everyone from preschoolers to doctoral candidates dons caps and gowns and proudly struts across graduation stages to receive their degrees.

But we’ve noticed a new trend—creative grads decorating their caps with personal touches.

And of course, Disney fans have been quick to start adding their own bits of pixie dust to their…

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The theme to “Strange Things” plays in several of the Buzz Lightyear attractions; the song was introduced in the original Toy Story film.

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Photo of Paul Rudd as Marvel's Ant-Man

Watch a Teaser for Ant-Man During Tonight’s Marvel’s Agent Carter Premiere

Watch the Debut of Marvel’s Agent Carter Tonight—
And Get a First Look at Ant-Man

Tonight is the night we’ve been waiting for—the two-hour series premiere of Marvel’s Agent Carter. But leave it to our friends at Marvel to take a special event and make it even more special! After literally teasing us last week with an ant-sized version of the first teaser…

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Toy Story of Terror Halloween Special on ABC

Dead Toys Tell No Tales

A vacant roadside motel, suffocating coffin-like suitcase, and a monster lurking in the shadows make ABC’s Halloween special the most terrifying adventure our Toy Story characters Woody, Buzz, and Jessie have faced yet. Toy Story of Terror! picks up where Toy Story 3 left off, sending Bonnie, her mom, and the toys on a road trip to grandma’s house with an…

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Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Disneyland Attraction

Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin Attraction Opens at Walt Disney World

Listen up, junior space rangers! On this day in 1998, Buzz Lightyear official moved into the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. Inspired by Disney·Pixar’s Toy Story 2, the interactive attraction Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin allowed guests to take control of their XP-37 space cruisers to turn at will and use laser cannons to help fight evil. Buzz himself…

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