Well, this was a long time coming!
A source close to the situation confided:
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Girl meets… WHAT?!?!
It's so popular, in fact, that the Boy Meets World spinoff just filmed its most extensive reunion ever just in time for the Season 3 finale!
This time, they're finally tackling Aladdin!
At San Diego Comic-Con, ABC's Disney sandbox show announced the upcoming Storybrooke storyline, complete with casting news!
And here's your Jasmine and Aladdin:
The Tower of Terror is about to plummet to the ground faster than you can say, "I am Groot."
Earlier this year, rumors surfaced that the iconic Disneyland ride would be gutted out and remade into a new Guardians of the Galaxy attraction.
Despite a public outcry from Disney traditionalists to leave the beloved Twilight Zone-themed thrill ride alone, it looks like the spooky elevator will be permanently closing its doors sooner than later.
Over the weekend, Disney revealed that Guardians of the Galaxy — Mission: BREAKOUT! would be opening at Disney California Adventure park in the summer of 2017, sharing on Twitter:
This is getting good!!
As we have been reporting, The Bachelor's Ben Higgins filed papers on Thursday to run for a local congressional seat in the state of Colorado as a Republican.
And then, Friday morning, news broke that he was postponing that run due to "unforeseen circumstances."
Well, now we may know exactly what those "unforeseen circumstances" are: Disney! That's right, ABC's parent company!
Word is Disney execs weren't to keen on their vanilla, bland, popular-and-totally-not-threatening Bachelor star wading into the muddy world of politics, and in turn, hurting their popular TV show's brand!
According to tweets from Denver journalist Joe St. George, who's been covering Higgins' aborted political run, sources say that Disney threatened Higgins with a LOT of trouble if he went through with the campaign (below):
She's got bigger fish to fry.
Disney's Moana is the story of the titular 16-year-old girl, voiced by Hawaiian newcomer Auli'i Cravalho, who goes on an adventure to find a banished demi god Maui (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) to save the world!
During Disney's panel at San Diego Comic-Con, directors John Musker and Ron Clements revealed that the Polynesian princess will not have a love interest in this story.
The Little Mermaid filmmakers noted that this is a film about the heroine finding herself — and while she won't have a romance with a prince, Moana has a magical relationship with the sea.
With recent Disney hits like Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph centering around themes about friendship and self-acceptance, we think this idea will really pay off for modern audiences.
Sure, there's so much more for children to take away in movies aside from finding their true love — but we can never forget our favorite couples from Disney classics!
Vote for YOUR favorite Disney romantic pairings (below) and catch a romance-less Moana in theaters November 23!
But in a new interview, the pop princess might've said something that could upset people who also struggle with one specific disorder…
While sitting down with Billboard Magazine for a joint interview alongside BFF Nick Jonas, the brunette beauty dished about her Disney days, joking that her time with the powerful corporation gave her Post Traumatic Stress Disorder:
And the latest teaser added yet another wave of anticipation by revealing an adorable baby Moana!
In the Japanese trailer for the upcoming animated film, the young Pacific Islander girl is so cute, even the ocean wants to play with her!
Moana's special gift with the sea is made clear by the caption in the end, which is translated to:
"The story of the girl who had been chosen by sea."
Ch-ch-check out the magical trailer (below) and catch Moana in theaters November 23!