Beauty and the Beast, one of the all time greats from Disney Animation, is getting ready to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its initial release. Can you believe it’s been 25 years? D23, Disney’s official fan club, is going to celebrate this milestone in some cool ways, too. Continue reading →
In case you haven’t already heard, D23 is hosting their next “Destination D” event this November at Walt Disney World in Florida. The theme is “Amazing Adventures” and they’ve got some interesting items on the docket.
D23, the official Disney fan club, publishes a beautiful quarterly magazine for its gold level members (aka paying members) called Disney twenty-three. The Spring 2016 issue looks to be one that might be of particular interest to our loyal Animation Fascination readers—the magazine is focusing on the current revival of the vaulted Walt Disney Animation Studios and providing some sneak peeks into future projects.
D23, Disney’s official fan club, continues to provide interesting and unique experiences for the Disney fan base. Disney Animation fans are especially in for a treat this year with some of the offerings that D23 will be providing throughout 2016.
Walt Disney Animation Studios rocked the D23 Expo 2015 this year with some amazing stuff. My time at the Expo was limited, but I was happy (and grateful) that I was able to get a seat for the “Welcome to Zootopia!” panel held on Saturday, August 15th, 2015, at the Anaheim Convention Center. Here’s a quick rundown of what was presented.
Disney fans in the Chicagoland area have cause to rejoice. Due to popular demand, the Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives exhibit presented by D23, the official Disney fan club, will be staying at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, Illinois through August 3rd, 2014.
D23, the official Disney fan club, has announced their members-only events happening in 2014. Of particular interest to our loyal readers and animation fans are the screenings of classic Disney animated films in the historic Studios Theater located on the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank, California.