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July 18, 2013 | By Mary Forgione, Daily Deal and Travel Blogger
No one does Halloween like the spindly Jack Skellington. The "Nightmare Before Christmas" star and other Disney characters will dress up with passengers on new Halloween-themed cruises this fall that sail from Florida to the Bahamas. Disney announced Wednesday the new Halloween on the High Seas cruises aboard selected Disney Dream sailings from Sept. 22 to Oct. 31. During the cruise, Skellington and the love-struck Sally will be on deck after an interactive showing of the movie.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 30, 2001 | RACHEL ABRAMOWITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One casualty of the Disney-DreamWorks animation battle may have been a few seconds of footage featuring Shrek playing the bagpipes and Donkey playing the accordion. It was part of a new trailer promoting THX, the venerable sound system owned by George Lucas and used in more than 2,500 theaters across America. Last June, DreamWorks pitched THX the idea of using the "Shrek" characters in a new trailer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 25, 1996
As usual, some heavy hitters will participate Sunday in AIDS Walk Los Angeles: GTE, The Gap and DreamWorks SKG will all sponsor walkers. But in sheer numbers, a modest, second-floor beauty shop in Studio City is beating out these world famous corporations. Salon Paul/Florent, with only five employees, has registered more participants for the walk benefiting AIDS Project Los Angeles than any of the corporations named.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 25, 1996 | DADE HAYES
As usual, some heavy hitters will participate Sunday in AIDS Walk Los Angeles: GTE, The Gap and DreamWorks SKG will all sponsor walkers. But in sheer numbers, a modest, second-floor beauty shop is beating out these world-famous corporations. Salon Paul/Florent, with only five employees, has registered more participants for the walk benefiting AIDS Project Los Angeles than any of the corporations named. During this final week of registration, the salon ranks fifth out of more than 800 teams.
NEWS
January 9, 2008
Movies Columbia "Across the Universe" "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" Disney "Ratatouille" DreamWorks "Bee Movie" "Sweeney Todd" Focus Features "Atonement" "Eastern Promises" "Lust, Caution" Fox Searchlight "Juno" "The Savages" IFC "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days" Lionsgate "Away From Her" MGM "The Great Debaters" (with Weinstein Co.) "Lars and the Real Girl" Miramax "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" "Gone Baby Gone" "No Country for Old Men" New Line "Hairspray" "Love in the Time of Cholera" Paramount Vantage "Into the Wild" "The Kite Runner" "A Mighty Heart" "There Will Be Blood" Picturehouse "La Vie en Rose" Sony Pictures Classics "Persepolis" 20th Century Fox "The Simpsons Movie" Universal "American Gangster" "Charlie Wilson's War" "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" Warner Bros.
BUSINESS
November 17, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
Thirty-two states have urged Walt Disney Co., DreamWorks SKG and other Hollywood studios to add non-smoking messages to DVD releases. Maryland Atty. Gen. J. Joseph Curran Jr. is leading the effort, which he said was prompted by the release of a study that found adolescents with the most exposure to depictions of smoking in movies were almost three times as likely as their peers to try smoking. The study appeared Nov. 7 in the journal Pediatrics.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 8, 2014 | By Ryan Faughnder
Nick Stepka knew what gift would make his daughter's third birthday a hit, and it wasn't a toy or doll. He gave her a tablet - not a sleek new iPad or a hand-me-down Samsung, but one specifically designed and marketed for little ones. It even came with a purple protective casing and loaded with kids' apps and games. "Her eyes lit up when she opened it," said Stepka, 34, a Shakopee, Minn., father of three. "Everything else got put to the side. " That's exactly what tablet makers and companies that create children's entertainment were hoping for. PHOTOS: Top 10 gadgets we want to see this year Stepka's household is part of a growing group of consumers for whom traditional children's toys and games are not enough.
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