lunar new year dogs

Celebrate Lunar New Year with Our Favorite Disney Dogs

By Megan Deppe

We can’t find a single bone to pick with any of these cuddly canines as we prepare to celebrate the Lunar New Year! The Year of the Dog begins today and we can think of no better time to celebrate our favorite pups from throughout Disney’s history. We’ve seen Disney dogs help their owners find true love, guard them in times of danger, and settle…

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Your Votes Are In. The Award Goes To…

With the Academy Awards® just a few days away, we asked D23 fans on Facebook and Twitter to pick their Disney favorites from our Oscar® ballot and the results are in.

The winners are…

Best Mode of Travel:
Car—The Absent-Minded Professor
Black Pearl—Pirates of the Caribbean
WINNER—Balloons—Up
Umbrella—Mary Poppins

Best Character in a…

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Feast Your Eyes on Winston the Dog

These “Dog Days of Summer” have inspired us to think about some of our favorite Disney dogs—whether live-action (The Shaggy Dog), animated (Pluto), or even Audio-Animatronic® (we love that pup holding the prison keys in his mouth inside the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland!). Disney’s latest captivating canine is Winston, the star of the Walt Disney…

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broadcast photo of Neil Patrick Harris at Oscars(R) 2015

D23’s Favorite Moments from the Oscars® Telecast

Whether your predictions were as “spot-on” as host Neil Patrick Harris’ were, or if you came up short in your Oscar® pool, the 2015 Oscars telecast was full of moments Disney fans—movie fans at heart—couldn’t help but love.
It was funny, it was heartfelt, it featured a Disney princess . . .
“Moving Pictures,” the original number created by Robert Lopez and…

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Winston in Disney Animated Film Feast

Director Patrick Osborne Talks About the Latest Disney Dog in Feast

As Winston joins the dogs of Disney past (and future), director Patrick Osborne reflects on the influences of what’s come before. “There’s this idea of a story that can be told through pantomime, that doesn’t need the words at all,” he continues. “It’s all part of a Disney tradition: You can show it to people and they can connect to it in any language.”

Q&A with the…

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still from animated short film Feast featuring small dog looking at its empty dog bowl

Get a Sneak Peek of Feast

Feast, a new short from first-time director Patrick Osborne (head of animation for Paperman) and Walt Disney Animation Studios, is the story of one man’s love life as seen through the eyes of his best friend and dog, Winston, and revealed bite by bite through the meals they share.

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