Orlando Sentinel reports that Kellen Winslow, an NFL Hall of Famer whose son has just entered the NFL, has been appointed the new Director of Planning and Development for Walt Disney World’s Sports Operations. Winslow’s charge will be to expand on Disney’s current holdings in the sports and recreation division, which includes the Wide World… Read More »More Goofy Sports at WDW
The Children’s Place is one step closer to buying the once proud and vibrant chain of Disney Stores. The Disney Stores used to be known for providing a little bit of the Disney Magic via a cadre of highly trained employees (er Cast Members), a cache of unique Disney merchandise, and access to collectibe art and merchandise without having to visit one of the theme parks. Paul Pressler, who failed so miserably as President of Disneyland, led the charge of the Disney stores from 75 outlets to over 600. When he left to take the Disneyland position The Disney Stores seemed destined to be a strong part of The Walt Disney Company for the long term future.
Ever since The Lion King broke box office records and won a plethora of awards, pundits have predicted the rebirth of America’s love with animation. Indeed where we had 1 major studio with an animation department (well 1.5 if you include Don Bluth Animation) we… Read More »An Animation Rennaissance