Twenty-five years ago, Pixar released “Toy Story” (1995), the first completely computer-animated movie where Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep, Rex, Mr. Potato Head, and the rest of the toys came to life in Andy’s bedroom.
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles has a new resident. “Bruce,” one of the most iconic objects from the museum’s permanent collection—and the only surviving full-scale shark model from the 1975 Oscar-winning film “Jaws”—has been suspended 30 feet above the museum’s third floor where it will be on view, free to the public.[Read more…]
Nearly 80% of Florida’s theme park designers and builders are currently laid off or on furlough, but creative minds can’t sit idle for long. Together, a volunteer team of industry professionals got together to produce the free outdoor holiday self-guided walking tour, “Curry Ford Presents: Picture Perfect Holidays by Slice Creative Network.”[Read more…]
Find hidden clues, solve puzzles, and escape from a Disney-inspired digital “room” at The Walt Disney Family Museum, all from the comfort of your own home.[Read more…]
As a result of new government guidelines relating to COVID-19, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter has announced that it will temporarily close its doors.[Read more…]
It’s 2020, and we could all use a little happy. With the global pandemic in mind, Los Angeles’s former Happy Place pop-up attraction has transitioned to Happy Place—The Drive Thru, inviting visitors to experience wacky fun from the safety of their car.[Read more…]
The Natural History Museum in London, in collaboration with the BBC Studios Natural History Unit and Warner Bros Consumer Products, presents the “Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature” exhibition, debuting Dec. 9.[Read more…]