Disney is getting all the mileage it can out of the TRON flick set to open next month. We have seen all sorts of clothing, glasses, and other gear unveiled that ties in with the flick including some clothing perfect for geeky strippers.
For those of us who grew up in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Disney’s The Black Hole was one of those seminal science fiction flicks we’ll never forget. And thanks to the guys at MINDstyle, we can now have a permanent keepsake of our memories.
Ahoy, ye landlubbers! Little Big Planet just got a little better. You see, Sony and Media Molecule just released their new Pirates of the Carribean add-ons for LBP.
It’ll be a pirate’s life for you when you install these new add-on packs.
I never thought I’d have a reason to write about Mario and Mickey Mouse in the same article again. Go figure. This strange character imagines what would happen if everyone’s favorite video game plumber stepped into the teleportation chamber with the world’s most famous four-fingered rodent and got all BrundleFlied.
Created by sculptor Dave Bondi, AKASHI is the ultimate mashup between Mickey and Mario.
Disney commissioned UK-based sculptors and a group called Morpheus Prototypes to build this wooden sculpture of Wall-E as a gift for Pixar/Disney Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter.
Here’s a closer look:
I don’t know anything about woodworking or sculpting, so I’ll leave it up to you guys to think of how long it could have taken to build this and how much it’s worth.
If you’ve ever visited the LEGO Store in downtown Chicago, you might have come across a life-size R2-D2 made from thousands of snap-together plastic blocks. While I thought that was impressive, this mammoth LEGO droid measures in at a whopping 8-feet tall.
Built by official LEGO Master Model Builder Dan Steinenger with the assistance of a bunch of visiting kids, the giant R2 unit was assembled as part of the recent Festival of the Masters event at the LEGO Store at Downtown Disney in Orlando, Florida.
This USB hub out of Japan features the (approximate) likeness of everyone’s favorite animated rodent, Mickey Mouse.
When not attached to your computer, the connectors provide Mickey with his ears. When connected though, the Vincent van Mouse look is a bit disturbing.
Thanks to a branding deal between Disney and iRiver, digital audio players are about to get a whole lot goofier looking.
The kid-friendly Disney Mplayer features a bubbly personality inspired by Mickey Mouse’s famous ears. Playback and volume controls are cleverly integrated into the ear designs.