What’s new from the “House of Mouse” this week? A lot, as always, and right here you’ll find quick updates with all the latest news from the World of Disney. From Walt Disney Motion Pictures to MARVEL, Pixar, Walt Disney Records, Disney Junior and more, here’s the latest, including details on the first-ever compilation album from Disney Junior (DJ SHUFFLE), the making of MICKEY MOUSE: GET A HORSE, and some printables from MUPPETS MOST WANTED.
DISNEY MOVIES ANYWHERE LAUNCHES:
This past Tuesday, Walt Disney Studios unveiled its exclusive cloud-based digital movie service, Disney Movies Anywhere. This all-new app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and Web experience enables consumers to discover, purchase, manage, and watch movies from Disney, Pixar, and Marvel at home and on the go. iTunes is the premier digital movie provider for Disney Movies Anywhere.
DISNEY CONSUMER PRODUCTS and DISNEY STORE Launch Exclusive line of THE PIRATE FAIRY Merchandise:
During my recent trip to Los Angeles, I stopped by DisneyToon Studios to get an early look at THE PIRATE FAIRY andall the cool merchandise that’s headed for retail for all fans of Disney Fairies. Want to see my hands-on look? It’s right here on THE ROCK FATHER!
MUPPETS MOST WANTED: Download Fun Activity Sheets!
On March 21, Walt Disney Motion Pictures will release MUPPETS MOST WANTED. For those of you wishing to have a little MUPPETS-related fun with your little ones, the folks at Disney have provided THE ROCK FATHER with eight, printable activity sheets that you can download in PDF form right here.
Preview: DISNEY JUNIOR’s DJ SHUFFLE
On March 18th, Disney Junior will release DJ SHUFFLE, their first-ever compilation album featuring songs from DOC McSTUFFINS, SOFIA THE FIRST, JAKE AND THE NEVER LAND PIRATES, and more. I’ll have more information on this one coming soon (along with details on a cool contest), but in the meantime, check out a sampler below…
MEET the makers of MICKEY MOUSE: GET A HORSE
Disney Insider sat down with the creators of the recent Mickey Mouse short film “Get a Horse!” to chat about the inspiration behind the short as well as the complicated process of working simultaneously in both 2D and 3D animation. Watch it below…