Some playful architects have brought to life the endearing home from the Disney- Pixar film Up. The 2800-square-foot home in Herriman, Utah is expected to fetch around $400,000.
Soap operas All My Children and One Life To Live will end their network television runs in the next six months. But there’s a twist!
A movie with a working title of The Hill is based on the popular Matterhorn ride. At this rate, we’ll be out of original ideas before the year’s out.
Today’s links are about pride: the gay pride that comes from New York’s vote Friday to legalize same-sex marriage, the motherly pride that comes from a little boy calling his Mom from Obama’s limo, and the hometown pride that …
It appears public outcry has dealt a blow to the mighty Magic Kingdom, as Walt Disney Co. said Wednesday it would withdraw an application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office seeking exclusive right to use the term “SEAL …
There’s still no official acknowledgment of SEAL Team 6. But at least the Navy isn’t letting everyone else profit off their success.
Since the Navy has never publicly acknowledged the team’s existence, it would appear the name is up for grabs. Enter Disney to snag the profits.
At least all their mass-produced souvenirs won’t have to travel far.
Tuesday’s links travel around the globe and get down to Disney songs.
Did you dislike Up because you couldn’t get over the “unrealistic” fact that a house tied to a bunch of balloons could float away? You can be quiet now.
Is it something in the air or does Collins hold quite a bit of resentment toward his haters?
Guys, didn’t you hear? Ariel wanted to be a part of our world before it was cool.