nedhepburn:

I’m sorry for coining the phrase “Manic Pixie Dream Girl”, by Nathan Rabin.

mickeyandcompany:

Disney posters by Tom Whalen

Updated.

Love

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ivelovedthestarstoofondly:

Paul Rudd lip sync battle on Jimmy Fallon x

Paul Rudd is perfection. Paul Rudd Lip sync-ing is the best thing I’ve seen … in a while. 

ivelovedthestarstoofondly:

Paul Rudd lip sync battle on Jimmy Fallon x

Paul Rudd is perfection. Paul Rudd Lip sync-ing is the best thing I’ve seen … in a while. 

gameraboy:

The 10 original Mark IV monorails at Disney World, and a construction photo from building the monorail. Via the Disney Parks Blog. More vintage Disney.

claeswar:

someone accidentally dropped a camera out of a plane and it’s I think my favourite film now

This ends exactly how I would want it to. 

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When worlds I love collide. 

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shieldinthenight:


Rest in Peace:  Diane Disney Miller (December 18, 1933-November 19, 2013)

Disney Chairman and CEO Robert A. Iger reflects on the legacy of Walt’s eldest daughter:
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Diane Disney Miller. She is remembered by Disney fans around the world as the beloved daughter of Walt Disney, and one who graciously shared her family history and personal memories of her father.
Diane was a fierce guardian of her father’s legacy who never hesitated to set the record straight, opening The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco to bring her father’s fascinating story to life. In our many conversations over the years, Diane’s unique and special perspective about her father only deepened my considerable appreciation for him. Diane was incredibly generous in that regard, freely sharing her personal insights and providing details that deepened our knowledge, and we remain grateful for her many valuable contributions to our efforts to preserve Disney history. She and her sister, Sharon, have long been recognized as Walt’s inspiration for Disneyland, a place he created for families to have fun together. For that reason and many others, Diane will always have a special place in our company’s legacy and in the hearts of fans.
She was also known for her philanthropic efforts, including playing an integral role in the development of the renowned Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles to ensure the creation of a unique venue bearing her father’s name that she believed would be “a wonderful thing for the city, for the spirit, for the soul.”
Diane was the wife of former Disney CEO Ron Miller, as well as mother to their seven children, Christopher, Joanna, Tamara, Jennifer, Walter, Ronald and Patrick. She also had 13 grandchildren and had the great joy of recently welcoming her first great-grandchild into the world. We send our sincere condolences to the entire family and our thoughts remain with them during this difficult time. (x)

shieldinthenight:

Rest in Peace:  Diane Disney Miller (December 18, 1933-November 19, 2013)

Disney Chairman and CEO Robert A. Iger reflects on the legacy of Walt’s eldest daughter:

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Diane Disney Miller. She is remembered by Disney fans around the world as the beloved daughter of Walt Disney, and one who graciously shared her family history and personal memories of her father.

Diane was a fierce guardian of her father’s legacy who never hesitated to set the record straight, opening The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco to bring her father’s fascinating story to life. In our many conversations over the years, Diane’s unique and special perspective about her father only deepened my considerable appreciation for him. Diane was incredibly generous in that regard, freely sharing her personal insights and providing details that deepened our knowledge, and we remain grateful for her many valuable contributions to our efforts to preserve Disney history. She and her sister, Sharon, have long been recognized as Walt’s inspiration for Disneyland, a place he created for families to have fun together. For that reason and many others, Diane will always have a special place in our company’s legacy and in the hearts of fans.

She was also known for her philanthropic efforts, including playing an integral role in the development of the renowned Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles to ensure the creation of a unique venue bearing her father’s name that she believed would be “a wonderful thing for the city, for the spirit, for the soul.”

Diane was the wife of former Disney CEO Ron Miller, as well as mother to their seven children, Christopher, Joanna, Tamara, Jennifer, Walter, Ronald and Patrick. She also had 13 grandchildren and had the great joy of recently welcoming her first great-grandchild into the world. We send our sincere condolences to the entire family and our thoughts remain with them during this difficult time. (x)

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itslauren:

So this girl I went to middle school with met Tom Hanks today.
& this is how he signed her copy of Toy Story.

Tom Hanks forever and ever.

itslauren:

So this girl I went to middle school with met Tom Hanks today.

& this is how he signed her copy of Toy Story.

Tom Hanks forever and ever.

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Whilst watching this last night I kept saying to myself (and a few times outloud), “He’s so good!” 
But I knew that after the Tebow sketch long ago. 

Whilst watching this last night I kept saying to myself (and a few times outloud), “He’s so good!” 

But I knew that after the Tebow sketch long ago. 

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gameraboy:

Title cards

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And for my first post in what seems like forever (*cough* thanks teaching *cough*) … I’d like to remember one of my many adolescent crushes.

The King Adrock.

That is his name… 

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