First Look At Disney Pixar Lava Short

Pixar Lava Poster Art

A first look clip from the new short from Disney Pixar is now available, and Disney Pixar LAVA looks adorable.

httpv://youtu.be/EqZVHEDLeaM

It really has a Enchanted Tiki Room vibe and the music sticks with you.

Disney Pixar LAVA will open in theaters in front of Disney Pixar INSIDE OUT on June 19, 2015!

Pixar Lava Inside Out Mountain

Inspired by the isolated beauty of tropical islands and the explosive allure of ocean volcanoes, Disney/Pixar LAVA is a musical love story that takes place over millions of years.

I hope that you lava it, too!

 

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More Walt Disney World Character Ornaments

I have a Walt Disney World Character Ornament problem!I  love them and I always find myself popping into Disney’s Days of Christmas to see if there are any new treasures that I must have for my tree!

On my most recent trip to Disney’s Days of Christmas at the Downtown Disney Marketplace, I found some new additions that I am pretty sure I am going to need to purchase for our tree this year!

While in my last Disney Character Christmas Ornaments post, I found individual ornaments this time around I found some adorable pairs ornaments.

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Lady and the Tramp

You seriously can’t have a Disney pair without Lady and the Tramp!

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Kermit and Piggy

I just love both of their expressions in this ornament! I love Kermy & Piggy!

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Bunson and Beaker

Watch what happens when I push this little red button…

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Chip and Dale

And how can you not love Chip and Dale in their festive hats and scarves!

This visit I was also really excited to see some new individual character ornaments, too!

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Evil Queen

Merry Christmas! I brought you this apple…

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Figment

Look at how sweet Figment’s face is on this ornament looks!

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Peter Pan

And Peter Pan has never looked so dashing!

I really love the new Nightmare Before Christmas Shoe Ornament that was added to this extremely popular line collection of ornaments!

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Jack Skellington Shoe

And finally, I found these really unique and fun hand-blown glass Mickey and Minnie ornaments in Disney’s Days of Christmas.

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Murano Style Glass Mickey and Minnie Ornaments

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Hand Blown Glass Minnie Ornaments

Walt Disney World Christmas Ornaments - Hand Blown Glass Mickey Ornaments

So as you can see, I really have a Christmas Ornament problem!

Which ornament is your favorite?

Want to see some really fun Disney Ideas for Christmas? Check out our Pinterest Board ~Dreaming of a Disney Christmas!

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Orlando City SC Wins USL PRO Regular Season

Orlando City SC
Photos: Nigel Worrall

Orlando City SC Wins

Third USL PRO Regular Season Title,

Secures Home Field Advantage for Playoffs

Lions battle Wilmington to 0-0 draw, winning second consecutive Commissioner’s Cup

 

In its final season as members of USL PRO, Orlando City SC (18-4-5, 59 points) claimed a third Regular Season Championship on Wednesday night after drawing the Wilmington Hammerheads (8-7-11, 35 points) 0-0 at Legion Stadium.

Heading into the match, the league-leaders needed a single point to clinch a first place berth in the league standings and home field advantage for the playoffs.

After the game, Head Coach Adrian Heath commented on Orlando’s title win saying, “I’m absolutely delighted, for not just the players, but also for the front office and everyone associated with the Club. It’s been a monumental season, and despite everything going on in the background this year, the players remained focused to win the title seven points clear with one game remaining. It speaks volumes for everyone associated with the organization.”

Wilmington provided the first chance of the match in the 11th minute when a long ball over the Lions’ defense found Cody Arnoux, who managed to create space and hit an effort from inside the area. But Lions’ Goalkeeper Carl Woszczynski was in perfect position to make the save.  Woszczynski would go on to register his second consecutive scoreless match for the Lions.

Orlando City SC
photos: Nigel Worrall

Orlando quickly responded with a quality strike on target in the 15th minute of play when Midfielder Adama Mbengue connected well with Kevin Molino’s ball into the box. Shortly afterward, Mbengue was once again involved in another dangerous attacking play for City, forcing Stuver to make a difficult save after cutting inside past two defenders.

As the half progressed, Orlando’s timely attacks continued when Kevin Molino produced his first chance of the night toward the end of the first 45. In the 37th minute, Molino skillfully controlled Quinn’s pass with his chest to evade a defender before firing a shot that skipped just past the near-post.

After a defensive and scoreless first half, Orlando opened the second period with two early chances in the 48th minute.

Orlando City SC
Photo: Nigel Worrall

Mbengue’s dangerous shot at the Hammerheads’ goal earned a corner for the Lions, leading to a cross into the box from Burke that found Quinn on the back-post. His volley was rifled directly at Stuver.

The Hammerheads came close to countering in the 55th minute, however, when Mark-Anthony Kaye ventured into the box, pulling his strike inches past the post.

Midway through the second half, Mbengue shot a powerful blast at Wilmington’s goal that caused difficulties for Stuver. Following Mbengue’s chance, Brian Span, who came on as substitute in the 61st minute, turned deep inside the box and hit another strike at Stuver, whose crucial point-blank save kept the score-line level.

Stuver continued to come up big for the Hammerheads in the final moments of the match, denying a curling strike from Dennis Chin who did well to create space inside the area. As the game approached the final whistle, Orlando focused on time management, keeping possession to preserve the 0-0 draw and secure the 2014 Commissioner’s Cup.

NEXT MATCH: Orlando City SC returns to ESPN Wide World of Sports for its final regular season match on September 6. Kick-off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET.

For more information on Orlando City SC, 2015 MLS Season Tickets or tickets to the Club’s remaining USL PRO home games, including the Lions’ first playoff game on Sept. 13, visit www.OrlandoCitySC.com or call 855-ORL-CITY.  Also, follow the latest Orlando City news and updates via FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube.

Orlando City SC

About Orlando City SC:

Recently ranked 14th among all professional teams in North America, Orlando City Soccer Club (OCSC) is Major League Soccer’s newest expansion team. The club will begin play in MLS in 2015, becoming the league’s 21st club. The Lions’ first team has won two USL PRO regular season titles and two postseason championships and will continue play in USL PRO in 2014 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Outside of the first squad, OCSC also has a youth club, Orlando City Youth Soccer (OCYS) and a U-23 team that participates in the PDL. For more information on the pro and youth clubs, visit www.OrlandoCitySC.com and www.OrlandoCityYouth.org.

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