With a library of films like The Walt Disney Company has the challenge has to be where you apply the resources first. It takes a lot of time and effort to clean up old prints of films, soundtracks, special footage, and add in interviews and background material where possible. But when they're done, Disney has
The folks in Disney World management have laced up their Ursula costume and foisted a contract upon the unionized employees to sign. It was rejected by a large margin. An opening salvo in what looks to be a long dragged out negotiation between managment and the union. For many years the Themeparks have been a
If you live in Florida and have been holding out on visiting the mouse, or his friends, this summer, then this story is for you. It's time to escape the rat race and live like a tourist for a weekend. SouthFlorida.com has the details on the late summer discounts being offered in the Orlando area.
Checking out the top Disney Fan Websites, here are a few of the stories and updates that have been written in the last week: Doobie, from LaughingPlace.com, checks in with his periodic LP Report concerning news and rumors from Disneyland and Disney World. WDWMagic.com, has posted a half dozen excellent updates on the latest construction
Media Matters comments on the Robert Iger interview on Fox News where he was blindsided by a host who is obviously homophobic. Interesting reading for sure. Video Clips also available. (via)
"He won't be playing Tigger for a while, and that's not for Disney's benefit -- it's for his benefit," Kaufman said, adding that one day Chartrand might want to play Tigger again. Michael Chartrand has been given his old position back with back pay according to the Orlando Sentinel. Let's hope this ugly chapter can
It's been so long since I've set foot inside Innoventions. Almost did last trip just to ride a Segway, but time did not allow. So I had no idea that they have set up an aging machine in there. Well, anyway it purports to give you a good idea of what you might look like
It's a wild cry, but you hear it all the time on the various Disney Themepark discussion boards. Never in Disney's history have they brought an attraction back from the dead. Okay, they did dredge up the old film for America The Beautiful, but the attraction itself (circlevision) was never really dead (of course, it