Unicorn and Lazy collaborator Tamio Okuda has just joined the brawl as part of Japan's Cars 3 release. His song "Engine" will be the theme for the Disney/Pixar film when it premieres in Japan this July. Hit the jump for more info!
Disney has announced that a new Marvel superheroes-themed TV anime entitled Marvel Future Avengers will begin broadcasting in Japan in Summer of 2017. Hit the jump to learn more.
Japan is eagerly awaiting their release of Moana, and now you can hear the voice actress taking the title role. Have a listen to part of Lin-Manuel Miranda's "How Far I'll Go" as performed by the new dub actress after the jump!
Disney's John Ramirez previously shared a concept for a ride based on Hayao Miyazaki's anime film classic My Neighbor Totoro, and he's since returned to Ghibli and Miyazaki to take a crack at a Castle in the Sky / Laputa ride. Imagine how it would all go down with the image after the jump.
At last July's Anime Expo and San Diego Comic Con, Tokyopop's Stu Levy sketched out the manga boom fixture's plans to get back into North American publishing, highlighted by the suggestion that they'll be working on Disney properties. Now, there are concrete plans, with an adaptation of the 2010 live-action Alice in Wonderland listed in the Previews catalog by comic shop distributor Diamond.
The upcoming Disney Magical World 2, sequel to the original game for 3DS, is getting some special tie-in content at Japanese 7-Elevens.
Disney Magical World is getting a sequel on Nintendo 3DS later this year. Disney Magical World 2, known in Japan as Disney Magic Castle 2: My Happy Life, brings Mickey Mouse and an expansive cast of Disney stars back to Nintendo's portable, and Bandai Namco is here with a new preview. Watch the mix of daytime activities and nighttime "Dream Fantasies" in the trailer after the jump.
Disney is planning a deluxe, Amazon-exclusive Bluray set of the films of Hayao Miyazaki. Hit the jump to learn more.
The randoseru, or special Japanese backpacks that blow away whatever we're using here in the West (at least my canvas backpacks of youth) are absolutely adorable. And classy. And elegant. And pricey, if you're buying the special editions of any of them. Hit the jump to see these expensive Disneyland versions!