No matter how hard Disney tries, it will never be able to carry the torch lit by the original Star Wars trilogy. But Star Wars with LEGO in the mix, on the other hand, sounds like an absolute blast.
Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon is in dire need to outgrow the Mickey Mouse watch his parents gave him on his 10th (or was it 9th?) birthday. Seriously, that’s kid’s stuff. If the prof still needs a Mickey, then the Bulgari Gérald Genta Arena Retrograde With Smiling Disney Mickey Mouse Watch should fit the bill.
When you own something, you have the power to do anything with it. Because, Disney Company owns Marvel Entertainment that owns Marvel Comics, we are now blessed with this: Marvel Studios’ What If…? Animated Series.
Here’s another item you can buy when you hit up Disneyland Resort’s Avengers Campus. Yes, it is yet another Infinity Gauntlet, but ain’t Thanos’; its Tony Stark’s Power Gauntlet used by Hulk to make the snap that brings everyone back.
Get into the hype of Disneyland Resort’s latest attraction, Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Attraction at Avengers Campus, with the Spider-Bot toy which is the star in the 3D VR thrill ride.
You are not trapped in time. Neither is this a Mandela effect. The must hyped Disneyland Resort Avengers Campus has just been officially opened. Originally set to open in July 2020, the planned launch was shuttered due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The latest to join its CASETiFY’s illustrious collaborations is Disney. The third custom collection designed in collaboration with Disney goes the retro route, offering CASETiFY’s premium accessories with retro-inspired designs in monochrome.
LEGO, while busy catering to adult collectors, have not forgotten about the very young children – specifically, preschoolers. The maker of the world’s most famous toy building bricks has revealed an awesome Mickey and Friends range with Disney.
Well, it looks Hacksmith’s 4000 degrees plasma lightsaber ain’t the closest mankind will ever get to a real lightsaber because, Walt Disney Imagineering Research and Development has created a real-life lightsaber that extends like we have seen it in the movies.
You would think the future of the movie industry is CGI. Not quite in Disney’s books. We use to think CGI will take over many roles in movie making, including stuntman and some characters that are not convenient to be played by human actors. Walt Disney Imagineering Research & Development team begs to differ.