The Motely Fool discusses the loss of M. Night Shyamalan and the affect that will have on the Disney Studios profit and loss ratio. Is the Disney Studio unable (or unwilling) to retain any of its existing talent?
Steve has posted the latest Walt Disney World CM free gift. It's a poster celebrating the 50 years of themepark dominence by the Walt Disney Company. Topped by the original park, Disneyland and including the four other locations around the world that Disney has expanded this concept. I note a few errors here. First Disneyland's
According to the LA Times the Weinstein brothers and the Walt Disney Company has agreed to the details of their upcoming split. Sadly the brothers will have to give up the name that was derived from the names of their parents. I'm sure they'll get over it. Hundreds of other company founders have. Miramax will
Yesterday I went to the Magic Kingdom with family in tow to see what Easter surprises the park had in store, aside from Easter colored balloons. Turns out they had a nice little pre-parade with Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny (who knew he was married? Guess those eggs have to come from somewhere.) Also sauntering
Sorry for the absence everyone. The wife has been sick and I'm trying to stay healthy and keep my son healthy which means I haven't had much time to be on the computer. But the good news is I got to visit some of Disneyworld with my son. Just some quality father and son time
The AP has an interesting interview with Bob Iger, the designated next CEO of The Walt Disney Company. Iger appears to be focused on making both sides of the Disney legacy debate happy with his comments. So I wouldn't read too much into this. His actions will speak louder than his words. For instance, if