Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Bolt Coloring Pages Welcome and a Privacy Policy

Bolt is the next big Disney bet coming to a theater near you this November (and the coloring pages in your printer much sooner!).

Disney has a pretty good knack for figuring out what kids want to watch. Heck, they’ve been at it longer than anyone else, so that shouldn’t be too surprising.

Well, now they seem to be getting into the whole 3D animation extravaganza, which they must have learned a whole lot about from the Pixar association.

But Bolt is Disney’s 3D foray without Pixar. I saw the trailer for Bolt, and I’m betting that it will be a pretty decent kid’s outing to keep them happy over this Thanksgiving and Christmas season.

The pup looks awesome. The story seems a cute animal twist on the whole Buzz Lightyear the astro-ranger fantasy, except that here we have a dog who things he’s got superpowers.

“Bolt, a German Shepherd, has lived his whole life as the star of a television show. When he winds up stranded in his trailer in the Nevada desert, Bolt soon finds out he doesn’t really have superpowers like on the show.”

A whole set of Hollywood heavyweights have signed up for the project: John Travolta (as Bolt himself), Woody Harrelson, Miley Cyrus, Bruce Greenwood and Bernie Mac.

By the looks of it, Bolt is promising to be a welcome addition to a family viewing library and the coloring book shelf.

And here is your first teaser coloring page! Print it out and have fun :)


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