Unwrapped Walt Disney World
Food Network TV Special. Let's travel together to the four corners of Disney tasting everything.
6 Youtube Videos - Widescreen - 720p HD
Disney Prep & Landing Download
This is a half-hour TV Christmas special, first aired Dec. 8, 2009 on ABC.
163 MB - Widescreen - .MOV
Alice in Wonderland 2010 - 24 Instrumental Songs by Danny Elfman - 112 MB Download
Almost Alice 2010 - 16 Songs with Lyrics - 120 MB Download
Walt Disney World Picture of the Day
Exclusive Pics from Inside Source!
Everyday, a new Exclusive Disney Picture!
Make a Wave [Behind The Scenes]
Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas
Disney Bass on Display
Princess and the Frog Bass on display at the Magic of Disney Animation.
Vinylmation Jr. Quest
Find out what is a Vinylmation Jr. Quest from Official Disney Site.
Way Back Machine
Walt Disney World "Way Back Machine":Big Thunder Mountain!
Interview with Jennifer Stone
from "Harriet The Spy: Blog Wars
Disnology: Tell me how you got the role of Harriet in Harriet the Spy.
Jennifer: I had heard about the movie and that Disney was redoing Harriet and that they were looking at me for the role and I thought ‘That’s really weird’. I mean, I’m not one to be excited about anything until I know it’s absolutely the truth. So, I thought, ‘Whatever, I’ll just wait and see’. And then finally they called me and asked me to play Harriet and then I got really excited. It was great because I didn’t have to audition or anything like that, so it was definitely a nice little phone call.
Disnology: Wow, when you get a call asking you to be in a movie, you can’t beat that!
Jennifer: Definitely can’t complain!
Disnology: Where did you film Harriet?
Jennifer: We filmed it in Canada. We filmed some of it in Toronto. It was the first time I had ever been to Toronto, and I really loved it.
Disnology: My friends who live there say it’s the best place one earth.
Jennifer: It really is a cool place. It’s kind of like Alaska meets New York. It has that pretty, natural quality to it but also the city aspect.
Disnology: How was it different than filming Wizards of Waverly Place?
Jennifer: It’s pretty much the same difference between any TV series and movie. There are a lot of different angles that you have to get. But with a TV series, or sitcom really, you have 4 cameras and do 7 to 10 takes, something like that at the most. But with movies, you do 4 takes at this angle and 5 takes with this angle and you do a lot of angles. So, it takes a little longer. It’s definitely not a bad thing because you get to see the scene from so many different views. It’s a longer process, but fun.