jubyphonic:

"The heart may be weak, and sometimes it may even give in. But I’ve learned that deep down, there’s a light that never goes out!"
"Kingdom Log 4" しの
KINGDOM HEARTS
…my favorite quote.

jubyphonic:

"The heart may be weak, and sometimes it may even give in. But I’ve learned that deep down, there’s a light that never goes out!"

"Kingdom Log 4" しの

KINGDOM HEARTS

…my favorite quote.

serenity-moon:

Happy Birthday Usagi Tsukino / Sailor Moon!

noplacelikedisney:

lennythereviewer:

The back story of the tightrope walking woman painting in the stretching room, from the Haunted Mansion comics. 

(some) Disney Songs featured on youtube! ;]

I don’t wanna see you go,

I only wanna see you smile.

Idina Menzel performing If/Then’s "Always Starting Over" at the 2014 Tony Awards

It’s the least we could do… for a very small Piglet who’s done such very big things.

Thank you, Piglet.

disneymoviesandfacts:

Storyboarded but not animated was a scene for Bolt in Las Vegas, where Bolt (who was just passing through the city with Mittens and Rhino, and foraging for food) is confronted in a dark alley by two Doberman Pinschers, who proceed to brutally bum-rush him, and rip off his collar (complete with ironic quick cuts of clips from the “Bolt” TV show playing on a big TV display, which Rhino was watching, in the city nearby). Left for dead by the two dogs, Bolt, disillusioned, realizes that his “super powers” are not real (which was further emphasized when Bolt then sees the program for himself). The producers decided to nix this scene, as they not only felt that it was way too dark, but it didn’t fit into the story structurally.

disneymoviesandfacts:

Storyboarded but not animated was a scene for Bolt in Las Vegas, where Bolt (who was just passing through the city with Mittens and Rhino, and foraging for food) is confronted in a dark alley by two Doberman Pinschers, who proceed to brutally bum-rush him, and rip off his collar (complete with ironic quick cuts of clips from the “Bolt” TV show playing on a big TV display, which Rhino was watching, in the city nearby). Left for dead by the two dogs, Bolt, disillusioned, realizes that his “super powers” are not real (which was further emphasized when Bolt then sees the program for himself). The producers decided to nix this scene, as they not only felt that it was way too dark, but it didn’t fit into the story structurally.