So I’m from Florida .
Can everyone share this post and go to Instagram and tag Disney & Disney studios in the pics for me please
My Instagram & Twitter is @armani_salado if anyone wants to retweet the tweet I have there about this.
It will mean a lot.
The YouTube link is me singing part of A Whole New World. Muted Aladdins voice and put mine .
This could be the role that defines me and opens the doors for me in my career.
Maybe we can get this trending . #armaniforaladdin
Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios Draw Up Some Serious Magic at D23 Expo
Saldy there will no be a Disney Television Animation Panel this year at D23 Expo,but we have some upcoming stuff at Disney Films
Friday, July 14
Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios: The Upcoming Films, Hosted by John Lasseter (2:30 p.m., Hall D23) –– Join host John Lasseter, chief creative officer of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios, as he presents Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios: The Upcoming Films. Watch never-before-seen footage from Pixar’s upcoming feature Coco and Walt Disney Animation’s Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2, and be prepared for surprise announcements, musical performances, and appearances by star voice talent. Cell phones, cameras, and all recording devices will be checked for this presentation.
Saturday, July 15
The Power of the Princess (10:30 a.m., Stage 28) –– Join hosts Walt Disney Animation Studios animators Amy Smeed and Kira Lehtomaki as the voice actresses behind some of your favorite Disney heroines––Jodi Benson (Ariel), Ming-Na Wen (Mulan), Anika Noni Rose (Tiana), and Auli‘i Cravalho (Moana)––take the stage to share stories from the sound booth and beyond.
Creating the Worlds in Pixar’s Universe (12:15 p.m., Stage 28) –– Pixar production designers and artists will literally take guests behind the scenes on a visual tour of the amazing worlds created in Pixar films––from oceans and outer space, to mountain tops and “monstropolises.”
Olaf’s Frozen Adventure: A Sneak Peek at the New Frozen Short Film (2:30 p.m., Stage 28) –– Be among the first to see exclusive and behind-the-scenes footage from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ newest Frozen holiday short film event, the highly anticipated Olaf’s Frozen Adventure. The film, which features the talents of the original Frozen cast, as well as brand-new songs, is directed by the Emmy®-winning team Stevie Wermers-Skelton and Kevin Deters (Prep & Landing) and produced by Oscar®-winning producer Roy Conli (Big Hero 6, Tangled).
The Evolution of Pixar’s Characters (6 p.m., Stage 28) –– Pixar characters are full of personality––from the waves in their hair to the shoes on their feet. Join some of the legendary Pixar artists behind its most memorable characters as they share what it’s like to draw these loveable characters to life.
Sunday, July 16
Bambi’s 75th Anniversary (11:30 a.m., Walt Disney Archives Stage) –– Celebrate the 75th anniversary and Walt Disney Signature Collection release of Bambi with personal stories from the voice cast, anecdotes behind the making of this film and its exquisite hand-drawn artwork, and much, much more.
I’m in love with Kubo’s expressions. They look so real that when I watched him smile, I also smiled. When he cried, so did I. It’s so beautiful. This is something the new disney movies are struggling with. They want their characters to look pretty in every shot, limiting their faces. For example, in frozen when Anna and Elsa smile, their cheeks don’t go up so they won’t get any wrinkles. The lips instead go in the cheeks, which looks odd, but it isn’t too noticeable. It’s just something that has been bothering me, because the expressions didn’t feel too real. But in Kubo, they’re so beautiful! Like damn, look at these pics! Without moving images, soundtracks or voices, I can still feel his emotions just by looking at him.