When the Imagineers build Euro Disneyland (now known as Paris Disneyland) they built the most marvelous and beautiful magic kingdom yet. Alas, the Disney Company built about twice as many hotel rooms as they needed. The cost of the hotels, and to a lessor extent, the cost of building a fully realized magic kingdom, left
This project has been a dream of ours for many years. The concept was first considered over two years ago, when all four of us were talking about the future of the printed word with the continuing rise of the internet. We all reached the same conclusion: firstly, that there was a huge untapped market
Xeni over at BoingBoing geeks out over the Concert Organ at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Lot's of good links there. Here's a link to my earlier post on the organ too.
Anita over at Fighting Inertia has a funny little observation about Fantasmic and the ever present marketing of souvenirs, in this case blankets and hot chocolate cups.
Filming has yet to begin on the next editions of Disney's Pirates of The Caribbean. We already know that superstar Johnny Depp has re-signed to play the lead role of Captain Jack Sparrow. Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightly appear to have signed on as well. From best I can tell anyone vacationing in the Bahamas
This was one of my all-time favorite Disney attractions, even though when I was five, I did get stuck underneath that giant eye looking through the microscope at me and it caused all kinds of nightmares for quite a while. Being only five years old (and not jaded), I truly believed I was reduced to
The new magazine is now for sale. It can be purchased from The LaughingPlace Store using the following URLhttp://LaughingPlace.com/TalesSingle issue and subscriptions are available. The premiere issue ships early January. Don't forget, charter subscribers get a free pin.I've seen the mock up for the first issue and am very excited about this magazine. If you're