While filming The Princess Diaries in 2001, Garry Marshall, the movie’s director, was living the same house that Julie Andrews was living in while she was filming Mary Poppins around 40 years earlier.
Wreck It Ralph has a huge cast. 188 characters are shown throughout the movie, about 60 of them being characters from classic video arcade games. Some of the classic characters include Root Beer Tapper, Dig Dug, Frogger, Dr. Eggman, Sonic, Q*Bert, Clyde the Pacman ghost, and Bowser, among many more.
Minty Zaki, one of the Sugar Rush racers from Wreck It Ralph, is named after Hayao Miyazaki, the animator well known for his work on Studio Ghibli films such as Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, Kiki’s Delivery Service, and Howl’s Moving Castle.
The combination that King Candy uses to enter Sugar Rush’s code is the world famous Konami code, used commonly as a cheat code in many Nintendo Games.
Paul Chapman is a stained glass specialist who had helped work on the restoration of the windows in the Notre Dame Cathedral. When asked, though in his 80s, he did not hesitate to assist with and supervise the creation of the stained glass windows in Sleeping Beauty’s Castle in Disneyland Paris depicting scenes from the movie.
Congratulations to Brave, winner of Best Animated Feature!!!
The Beauty and the Beast musical was for 13 years on Broadway, making it the 8th longest running musical on the entirety of Broadway history.
Hi there! awesome blog! just a little opinion, could you please change the color of the links in your blog? is just that the color of grey you use is quite difficult to watch with the background when you're trying to look for the older entries :/ thanks for your time!
I love talking to followers, so it’s nice to hear from you.
Related to your issue with the next page button’s color, I do not know how to change that. I am terrible with coding and the like. I am trying to find a new theme though, so if anyone knows where I can find a good one, I’d appreciate it.
So in the near future, going to older posts will definitely be easier :)
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Have you ever worked in the Disney parks to know if these facts are true?
I have never worked at any of the Disney parks. I have a few friends who do work in Walt Disney World who have given me some confirmation of a few facts. Others I have done some pretty extensive research on the facts.