If you haven’t heard, there’s something rotten smelling in the world of Disney, and it’s not a new Denmark Pavillion at EPCOT. Rather, Disney’s Animal Kingdom is now displaying the foulest smelling flower from the plant kingdom. If you want to partake in this particular… Read More »Hamlet of Disney
CBS Marketwatch (pesky free registration required) posts a column on Disney’s film division and how the financial flops of this year could be putting pressure on Eisner. “It goes to the greater issue of whether Disney has lost its creative edge,” said Todd Mitchell, an… Read More »Creative Edge Dulls Mouse
For years Touchstone Pictures was the black sheep of the Disney family. No one really wanted to talk about them and their non-Disney films. But there they were all those years making money for the mouse. Then along came Miramax and the Weinstein Brothers and… Read More »Two Brothers on their way…
The Los Angeles Times continues in their coverage of Disneyland’s shifting policies concerning the Special Assistance Pass, now the Guest Assistance Pass. (The somewhat abused, but much needed pass that helped those with disabilities to enjoy their visit to Disneyland.)
Read the rest of the post for my editorial on the current system.
Another article on the Bullet Train fight in Florida. (Update from this entry.)
I’m actually at Disneyland right now. (Look for the guy in the cheesy Hawaiian shirt pushing a stroller with the cutest baby in the world in it.) But through the wonders of the ‘publish on’ button I’ve made this post appear. It’s a short trip… Read More »DL Trip Report from the Blogosphere
The Happiest Place on Earth is celebrating it’s 49th Birthday today. It should be a national holiday, right? Next year is the big Five-O and preparations are already well underway. Hopefully we’ll have a few wonderful suprises along the way too. If you’re planning on… Read More »Disneyland’s Birthday