Based on the New York Times bestselling books by Jane O’Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser, Disney Junior’s “Fancy Nancy” is an animated family comedy centered around six-year-old Nancy, a girl who likes to be fancy in everything from her advanced vocabulary to her creative, elaborate attire. Excited to experience what the magnificent world has to offer, Nancy uses her ingenuity and imagination as she learns that while life doesn’t always go as planned, it’s important to celebrate the differences that make everyone unique. Geared towards kids age 2-7, each episode contains humorous and heartfelt stories which highlight themes of self-expression, originality and love of family.
14-year-old tech genius Hiro and his loveable, huggable robot pal Baymax are back for more adventures! Joining the pair on their journey is control freak Wasabi, scientist Honey Lemon, fanboy Fred, and no-nonsense Go Go Tomago, whom together form the Big Hero 6 superhero team.
Force Friday is finally here. To give you a glimpse of the awesome Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker products that will be coming your way, we roped in mega-fan Allan Wu (@wulander) for a round of mystery unboxing. Are you ready? Then, punch it!
Disney’s Mickey Go Singapore is visiting your heartland! From photo opportunities to ADORABLE Singapore-exclusive merchandise, follow us as we show you all the highlights you can expect from this event. Don’t say we never jio. To find out more about Mickey Go Singapore, visit http://bit.ly/MickeyGoSG@fraserspropertysingapore #MickeyGoSG
It began with two sisters. To get you ready for Disney’s Frozen 2, we got three pairs of sisters to give you a recap of everything that happened in Disney’s Frozen. So grab a mug of hot chocolate, some sandwiches and cosy up!
The story continues in Disney’s Frozen 2, in cinemas 21 November. Get showtimes and tickets HERE.
To celebrate the return of Mickey Go Singapore, we jio-ed our Disney staff to play a special Singlish edition of charades. Try it out with your friends! If you could teach Mickey Mouse one Singaporean expression, what would it be?