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    Animation Auction Highlights

    Opening this month at the Van Eaton Galleries in Sherman Oaks, California, is a preview showing of original animation art being offered in an incredible auction by Profiles in History. The auction includes over 900 lots that include key pieces from just about every classic Disney animated feature, a...

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    SNEAK PEEK: The New Disney Channel "Mickey Mouse" Shorts

    This Friday June 28th, the Disney Channel will begin rolling out a set of the 19 new Mickey Mouse shorts now in production. Emmy Award-winning artist and director Paul Rudish (Star Wars: Clone Wars, Dexter's Laboratory) is the executive producer and director. Here's a sneak peek at what he has in st...

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    Watch: Rare, Unofficial 1968 Short 'Mickey Mouse In Vietnam' That Disney Tried To Destroy

    There are few companies in the world as protective of their intellectual property as Disney, and anyone who repurposes their material without consent is bound to get a swift call from their lawyers. And heck, even material that Disney themselves produced in the past that may have be seen as racially...

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    Disney Reveals Poster for its "Get A Horse!" Mickey Mouse short

    Here it is - the official poster for Walt Disney Animation Studios’ never-before-seen short Get A Horse! Making its world debut Tuesday, June 11th at the Annecy Animation Festival in Annecy, France, the film stars Mickey Mouse and featuring Walt Disney himself as the voice of the iconic character.

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    Style Or Substance? 20 Visually Stunning Movies That Go For Broke

    No matter what you think of Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby," opening this week in ultra-luxurious 3D, one thing's for sure – it looks pretty spectacular. Filled with lovingly crafted costumes, opulent sets, and computer generated imagery that makes ragtime New York seem like a quasi-futuristic met...

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    Disney to Debut Mickey Mouse "Get A Horse!" at Annecy

    A "never-before-seen" black-and-white cartoon short featuring Walt Disney himself as the voice of Mickey Mouse will debut at Annecy in June.

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    Disney Promises New 'Star Wars' Movie Every Year Starting With 'Star Wars: Episode 7' In Summer 2015

    At a multiplex not so far away, in a galaxy you already live in, you are going be getting a whole lot more "Star Wars" very, very soon and on an annual basis. Just like filing your taxes and rotating your tires, the "Star Wars" franchise is going to become a yearly ritual.

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    Watch: Disney’s New Mickey Mouse Short ‘Croissant de Triomphe’ With A Cameo From Cinderella

    Hey, here's an idea Disney hasn't really tried in a while -- trotting out a character from their archives for something new. As they've been acquiring properties left and right, rebooting fairy tales, sequel-izing Pixar movies and more, it's easy to forget this is same place that birthed the beloved...

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    Obviously: 'Oz The Great And Powerful' Sequel In The Works

    By now, it shouldn't really be a surprise. When you're spending $325 million on a movie, you're hoping for a franchise, especially if you're Disney. Remember before "John Carter" came out how there was already tentative plans for a followup, "John Carter: The Gods Of Mars"? Perhaps learning not to c...

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    Can Disney Keep The $325 Million 'Oz The Great And Powerful' From Becoming Another 'John Carter'?

    It's unfortunate that director Andrew Stanton has to deal with his $250 million-budgeted “John Carter” being synonymous with high-stakes cinematic failure, but such are the risks that come with the gamble. Bryan Singer is the latest to join the club however, after “Jack the Giant...

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