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Author Archives: Adam Britten
Ever since Walt Disney Studios opened at Disneyland Paris in 2002, it has faced a lot of criticism. Many fans have even referred to it as Disney’s “worst park.” ThemeParkInsider.com, a blog that frequently hates on Walt Disney Studios, published … Continue reading
I know it’s a little late, being almost three weeks since Disney Dreams! premiered at Disneyland Paris – but life got in my way of seeing it on opening night, so I had to wait until now. Anyway, here is … Continue reading
For anyone unfamiliar, Disney Geek is a weekly video series from D23. The YouTube program covers “this week in Disney news” and serves as a great recap for anyone who wasn’t glued to WDWMagic or Twitter all week. The host, … Continue reading
As a big Disney fan, and someone who studied business in college, I love reading about the inner workings of The Walt Disney Company. (When Tom Staggs and Jay Rasulo flipped roles, that was a big deal in my world.) Before, … Continue reading