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Get ready for some musical magic... Disney Music Group and Amazon Music have announced that more than 50 soundtracks from Disney's classic animated films, Disney•Pixar films, plus select titles from Disney Junior, Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm are now available to stream on Prime Music (a Rock Father™ Affiliate) for the first time ever in the U.S. and U.K at www.amazon.com/disneymusic.

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Garmin International and Disney are collaborating again, announcing the vívofit jr. 2 kid’s fitness tracker with Disney Princess-themed bands and mobile app. Aiming to be more than a fitness device, the vívofit jr. 2 provides kids with an interactive experience where activity unlocks adventure, helping to shape habits for lifelong health and fitness. The app provides goals which kids will want to tackle in order to unlock app adventures, games and step icons featuring Disney Princess characters Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Mulan and Rapunzel. There's two Disney Princess-inspired design options available that are swim-friendly, feature a customizable color screen, and boast a battery life of over a year. Check it out in action via the just-released teaser below...

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The 90th Anniversary of Mickey Mouse is a big deal for Disney fans, and that means a lot of cool new merch. Some of it's already been featured here, but other items continue to roll out, such as a new lineup of products from Funko, including an assortment of their signature Pop! Vinyl figures. My friends over at Entertainment Earth (an affiliate) are taking pre-orders for a bunch of the new items including Pop Pencils, Pocket Pop! Keychains and Mini Vinyl Blind Box Figures, but it's the five Pop! Vinyls that will likely have collectors scrambling. Apprentice Mickey, Conductor Mickey, Brave Little Tailor Mickey and Firefighter Mickey are all there, and you can't celebrate such a milestone without throwing it back to where it all began with Steamboat Willie Mickey

Oh, disposable income, how I miss thee... 

As the countdown to Mickey Mouse's 90th Anniversary on November 18th continues, The Walt Disney Company has unveiled a host of new products to mark the occasion, along with some special celebrations set to take place at Disney Parks. Following the announcement of Mickey: The True Original Exhibition, new Mickey Mouse 90th Anniversary Product Launches hitting the scene this week and beyond include collaborations with fashion and footwear brands like Forever 21 and Vault by Vans (pictured top), luxury candy boutique Sugarfina, Brooklyn-based ice cream company Ample Hills Creamery, along with new capsule collections available exclusively at Disney stores and shopDisney.com, commemorative titles from Disney Publishing Worldwide, a line of plush and toys by Just Play and a new Mickey Mouse Brickheadz figure from LEGO

The celebration to honor of the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse is about to kick into high gear! Disney today announced that Mickey: The True Original Exhibition, an interactive art exhibit, will open in New York this November. To begin the 90-day countdown, new brand and product collaborations spanning fashion, food, consumer electronics, toys, accessories and more are now available worldwide - many of which I previewed behind closed doors back in February at the 115th North American International Toy Fair (see those in another article). Check out a video preview of the exhibit below, along with all the details on what to expect!

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With Disney's Christopher Robin (reviewed here) delighting audiences with a tale of what happened when the most famous boy of The Hundred Acre Wood grew up, I recently had the chance to catch up with Director Marc Forster to discuss the production. While the entire genesis is fascinating - largely prompted a plane ride with his daughter in which she mentioned doing a Winnie the Pooh movie, what I was most interested in was the lived-in and much-loved look of the characters.  Seeing Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga and Roo, Owl and Rabbit realized in "live-action" thanks to the magic of CGI aided by real-world puppetry was wondrous, but I was curious how they arrived at what we see on screen... characters that looked to be a combination of the "Classic Pooh" from the books by A.A. Milne and E.H. Shepard along with flourishes taken from the famous Disney animated versions...

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