Nostalgia overload isn't enough to make the many flaws of Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two bearable.
Khail and Ashley talk about Oculus and Facebook's interesting new acquisition, Shanghai Disney Resort's planned attractions (and when we might see them here in the US) and a clothing company making fabric out of your feelings. #TDMickey
We're excited for anyone planning a trip to Disney's newest theme park in Shanghai, China. When it opens next year, visitors will enjoy rides and other attractions based on "Star Wars" and Marvel's cinematic universe.
Playmation sets consist of sensor-equipped pieces, encouraging kids to run, duck, shoot, roll, and use their imaginations to complete missions. Kicking off the line is an "Avengers" play set, and we're dying to be kids again.
Ashley and Khail explain why you only need your imagination to have fun with Disney's newest toy, watch a robot adapt in order to keep moving, and discuss one man's hope to reduce plastics in our oceans by 50 percent in 10 years. #TDPlaytime
Maker Studios, the YouTube network Disney bought for as much as $950 million, will work with its parent's Marvel arm to make original digital programming.
A Verizon executive says the company has the legal right to repackage Disney's ESPN sports channel as part of its new initiative to offer consumers programming at reduced prices.
The European Union contends that the studios and British pay-TV provider Sky UK are violating antitrust regulations by restricting the broadcasting of studio films to only the UK and Ireland.
The media giant's focus on fledgling startups comes as US companies increasingly play the role of venture capitalists.
The happiest place on earth is no place for selfie sticks. Disney theme parks will ban the popular photo-taking tool, and Tumblr gives us nonstop-GIF TV.