Star Wars Gives Up Deep Space For The High Seas


(PCM) Star Wars fans will soon be able to take their fandom to the high seas as Disney has now announced that starting in 2016 they will be announcing a new themed cruise called “Star Wars Day At The Sea”.

Fans can experience meet and greets with talent, “Star Wars” themed activities such a crafts, trivia and even a Jedi Training Academy experience. There will be themed-activities geared toward children and then quite a few nighttime activities for adult guests.

The plan is for the nightclub on the ship to be redecorated to look like the Mos Eisley cantina with various choice characters in attendance and specialty “Star Wars” themed cocktails will be served.  The guests on the ship will also be treated to the a viewing of the first six “Star Wars” films, as well as, all episodes of the animated series “Star Wars Rebels”.  Cosplay as their favorite characters is also definitely encouraged.

The announcement on which “Star Wars” cast member will be attending has yet to be revealed, however there will be quite a few on hand to mingle with guest, as well as, share some behind the scenes stories and anecdotes.

According to, the “Star Wars Day At The Sea” cruise will only be available on Disney Fantasy Cruise Line eight select Western Caribbean sailings from January thru April 2016. Ahoy!


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Young Girl Puts Disney’s Gaston In His Place


(PCM) An adorable video of a young girl confronting the character of Gaston from Disney’s “Beauty and The Beast” has gone viral. The encounter took place at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

The young lady in the video named Isabella marched up and confronted the very chauvinistic character of Gaston saying that her favorite character from “Beauty And The Beast” is Beast and that Gaston stood no chance of ever getting to marry Belle.

The person dressed as Gaston hilariously played along with Isabella and said he was indeed going to marry Belle, to which Isabella responded “The Beast is gonna beat you!”.

Gaston went back and forth with little Isabella playing along with the sexist role of his character saying things like “No more thinking for you, you’ve done enough of that” and “somebody get this girl back to the kitchen”.

Isabella reveals to Gaston that Beast is really a prince and it is then that Gaston finally admits defeat to this snarky young lady.

The video was uploaded back in early November with the permission of Isabella’s mother and has since be viewed over 3 million times.


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The Sad Reason Why Most Disney Characters Do Not Have Mothers


(PCM) Like us, I’m sure that many of you were left pondering just why it appears that so many Disney characters are lacking a mother figure or that the mother figures are often tragically killed within the beginning of the film. For the first time, that answer has been revealed and it is an incredibly tragic story.

Recently, “Maleficent” executive producer Don Hahn spoke with Glamour Magazine and revealed two stories that are rarely spoken about, but certainly shed light on the motherless child theme that we see in so many classic Disney tales.

Hahn says “One reason is practical because the movies are 80 or 90 minutes long, and Disney films are about growing up. They’re about that day in your life when you have to accept responsibility. Simba ran away from home but had to come back. In shorthand, it’s much quicker to have characters grow up when you bump off their parents. Bambi’s mother gets killed, so he has to grow up. Belle only has a father, but he gets lost, so she has to step into that position. It’s a story shorthand.”

The second reason is where things definitely take on a more tragic turn as it is revealed that Walt Disney himself, felt responsible for his own mother’s death after he purchased his parents a home in 1940. Hahn revealed “He had the studio guys come over and fix the furnace, but when his mom and dad moved in, the furnace leaked and his mother died. The housekeeper came in the next morning and pulled his mother and father out on the front lawn. His father was sick and went to the hospital, but his mother died.”

Hahn went on to say that Disney never spoke about his mother’s death, nor did anyone else, “because he personally felt responsible because he had become so successful that he said, ‘Let me buy you a house.’ It’s every kid’s dream to buy their parents a house and just through a strange freak of nature — through no fault of his own — the studio workers didn’t know what they were doing. “There’s a theory, and I’m not a psychologist, but he was really haunted by that. That idea that he really contributed to his mom’s death was really tragic.”

Such a sad, sad story, but it definitely makes a lot of sense and certainly sheds some light on why we see so many of Disney’s characters lacking their maternal role models.

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The Battle Is On Between Disney And Deadmau5


(PCM) EDM superstar Deadmau5 is gearing up for quite the legal battle between himself and entertainment company Disney. The fight is over the similarities between Deadmau5 aka Joel Zimmerman’s mouse ears logo and the famed Mickey Mouse logo owned by Disney.

Zimmerman brought the fight into the social media realm when he posted a series of tweets urging Disney to “lawyer up” after they filed a motion in opposition to Zimmerman’s attempt to trademark his own logo in the U.S.

Zimmerman is also filing a counterclaim against Disney, as he discovered that they were using one of his most popular tracks “Ghosts N’ Stuff” in one of the promo videos on their website. The video in question has since been removed after Zimmerman called them out on social media.


The Deadmau5 logo, which is a forward facing mouse head with large circular ears and two large eyes, is a registered trademark in over 30 countries and Zimmerman has been using the logo in the States for many years. Thus far, Disney is only opposing the U.S. trademark filing.

Zimmerman’s attorney claims they are ready for a fight to protect his intellectual property and that they will not be bullied by a large corporation such as Disney.

Disney had made no official statement in regards to situation.

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Disney Launches ‘The Odd Life of Timothy Green’ Sock Drive

(PCM) The Walt Disney Studios announced today that they worked with Hanes, who is collaborating with the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions (AGRM), to launch “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” Sock Drive on July 9, 2012, aimed at providing new socks for families in need across the U.S.

People are asked to take new pairs of socks to any of the community drop-off locations nationwide between July 9 and September 3, 2012. Besides the community locations, people may also drop off socks at Carmike and Marcus theaters in their communities. Hanes will be standing by to match donations up to 10,000 pairs of socks. AGRM will distribute the socks to the families they aid.

The sock drive was inspired by Disney’s new movie The Odd Life of Timothy Green. It’s the inspiring, magical story of a happily married couple, Cindy and Jim Green who can’t wait to start a family but can only dream about what their child would be like. When young Timothy shows up on their doorstep one stormy night, Cindy and Jim—and their small town of Stanleyville—learn that sometimes the unexpected can bring some of life’s greatest gifts.

Disney presents “The Odd Life of Timothy Green,” with Ahmet Zappa, Scott Sanders and Jim Whitaker producing, story by Ahmet Zappa and screenplay by Peter Hedges. “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” is slated for release on August 15, 2012. You can learn more about the movie here at its Facebook page. You can also find out more information about AGRM here at their official website.

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