Oh My Disney (typically abbreviated as OMD) is the The Walt Disney Company's official blog. Aside from providing news feed of the company, the blog also has interactive articles from Disney movies, television, games, and other entertainment. The site includes ten different sections: quizzes, news, quotes, movies, food, theme parks, TV, music, videos, and shops. It is the sister site to the Disney Family, Disney Style, and Babble inside Disney Digital Network.
Appearances in Disney media
- A fictional representation of Oh My Disney appears as a major location in Ralph Breaks the Internet. In the Internet, Oh My Disney manifests as a facsimile of Sleeping Beauty Castle, with the interior being modeled after the convention floor of a D23 expo. There are several pavilions and booths dedicated to different factions of The Walt Disney Company, including Disney Animation, Star Wars, Pixar, Marvel, and The Muppets, and the site is inhabited by netizen versions of Disney and Disney-owned characters. In the film, Vanellope von Schweetz travels to the website to promote Ralph's internet videos, during which she meets and befriends the Princesses.
- The title of the website is a play on "OMG", a common abbreviation for the phrase "Oh My Gosh" or ''Oh My God''.
- The site was preceded by the news blog Disney Insider on providing fan feed and updates of the company before undergoing a merger with the Oh My Disney blog in late 2016.
- On June 4, 2018, in conjunction with the release of the trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet, the site experienced "glitches" of Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz entering the screen. An eleventh section also appeared on the site's navigation titled "Yesss", and clicking on it displayed the site's most trending articles.
- To depict Oh My Disney in Ralph Breaks the Internet, the site was outfitted to fit in with the overall broader world of Wreck-It Ralph, with the Disney characters redesigned as gangly, with bigger heads, feet, and hands. The idea was for the characters to have a simplified silhouette, but still remain recognizable to their film counterparts. According to Cory Loftis, these versions was conceived as "teenage versions" of themselves.
- "INTERVIEW: "Wreck-It Ralph 2" directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston discuss Disney Princesses, in-jokes, and the fate of that unlucky bunny". Inside the Magic (February 28, 2018).
- Julius, J., Johnston, P., & Moore, R. (2018). The Art of Ralph Breaks the Internet. Chronicle Books.
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