Explore Disney Movie Magic in ‘Prop Culture’ on Disney+ May 1

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A new Disney+ series coming that is called Prop Culture will give you a sneak peek into Disney’s archives and investigate the props used in some of Disney’s best-known films, Entertainment Weekly exclusively has revealed. Collector Dan Lanigan will host the series as he talks to the creators of the movie and explores the props, costumes, sets, and music that makes Disney films so magical.

During Prop Culture’s eight episodes they will explore the movies, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black PearlMary PoppinsTronThe Nightmare Before ChristmasThe Muppet MovieWho Framed Roger RabbitThe Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. All eight of the episodes will be released at the same time on May 1, which makes it perfect for binge-watching.

Disney+ has lots of shows giving us the insight behind the scenes at Disney from The Imagineering Story to One Day at Disney. We love getting an insight into what goes into making Disney so magical, and it only makes us appreciate it even more! We can’t wait to check out Prop Culture.


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Lynette has been a lifelong nerd and over the last few years finally learned to let her freak flag fly. She likes to dip her toe into almost every fandom but is particularly passionate about Supernatural, Stranger Things, Marvel and Disney. When she isn’t binge watching programs, she loves to swim, sing and (true to her Ravenclaw nature) read. Lynette joined the Nerds and Beyond staff in 2019 and loves sharing her nerdy knowledge with the world.

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