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What is more iconic about Cinderella than her pumpkin-shaped coach and her glass slippers? Disney has unveiled its Cinderella luxury shoe collection at this year's Berlin Film Festival.
The collection was on display at the Cinderella Exhibit presented by Swarovski and features creations from Paul Andrew, Alexandre Birman, Manolo Blahnik, Rene Caovilla, Jimmy Choo, Salvatore Ferragamo, Nicholas Kirkwood, Christian Louboutin, Charlotte Olympia, Jerome C. Rousseau, and Stuart Weitzman.

http://www.licensing.biz/news/read/disney-unveils-cinderella...

This Sunday night, four actors will take home Oscars® for their performances in Leading and Supporting Roles. This year’s crop of nominees is full of talent and the Members of the Academy certainly have tough decisions on their hands. But we think you’ll agree that the talented movie stars who’ll be honored in the Dolby Theatre this weekend might consider themselves fortunate to not have to go head-to-head versus these animated Disney characters who have all delivered their own Oscar-worthy performances.

https://d23.com/nominees-best-performance-disney-character-a...

You might think after 11 Oscar® nominations—and three wins—the bloom may be off the rose for designer Colleen Atwood. Not so. “It’s still really exciting,” she says. “You never know what’s going to get nominated.” This year, she is being honored for her colorful creations for Into the Woods, one of the many projects she’s done with Disney, including Alice in Wonderland and Chicago (both of which she won Oscars® for as well). We had the chance to catch up with Atwood before she walks the red carpet on February 22, to discuss working with “growing” talent, who she’ll be wearing on the big night, and secrets to looking your best.

https://d23.com/ready-red-carpet/

Big Hero 6" has been a critical and commercial hit for Walt Disney Animation Studios, scoring an Oscar nomination and taking in more than $500 million at the box office. But the more important number may be the 39,000 hours Disney Animation spent developing the computer program that made the movie possible.
The software, called Hyperion, simulates the physics of light, which can make animated films more lifelike or give them an otherworldly look.

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/envelope/cotown/la-et-c...

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