When the Walt Disney Company took controlling interest of Disneyland Paris last year to help it clear up its debts, the first thing Disney did was invest in the two existing parks. Buildings got a fresh coat of paint, maintenance that had been deferred was… Read More »Is Disneyland Paris set for a huge growth spurt?
It’s the day Disneyland Paris fans have been waiting for, Chair and CEO of The Walt Disney Company Robert A. Iger has announced plans for a 2 billion euro, multi-year expansion for Disneyland Paris alongside French President Emmanuel Macron at the Palais de l’Elysée in… Read More »Disneyland Paris to receive 2 billion euro expansion
When Euro Disney opened 25 years ago it was a partnership between The Walt Disney Company and a locally created company designed to meet ownership rules for companies in France. A lot has changed since then including the name to Disneyland Paris Resort. Facing a… Read More »Could Walt Disney Co. become sole owner of Disneyland Paris?
2017 is the 25th anniversary of Disneyland Paris and the park is giving itself a few gifts, including new Star Wars attractions. After Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, which will be launched in March, the next eagerly anticipated event will be the opening of Star… Read More »Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain in Disneyland Paris sets opening
There is no better attraction to film a 360-degree video than Walt Disney’s classic ‘it’s a small world.’ The attraction is designed to surround you with music, costumed dolls, and colorful sets. When you’re going through in the boat, you may not have time to… Read More »360 video of It’s a Small World from Disneyland Paris
Is the Walt Disney Company’s own internal fees and charges the real reason Disneyland Paris has yet to post a profit despite behind the most popular tourist attraction in Europe? That’s the claim of an activist investor who has sued The Mouse over fees the… Read More »Euro Disney investors sue Disney over fees imposed for use of characters
In a case that has been working its way through the French court system for years, the Euro Disney group has finally been acquitted of using discriminatory hiring in an ad that solicited parade performers for Disneyland Paris. The ad specifically asked for applicants with… Read More »Disneyland Paris cleared in discriminatory hiring case
Last week, before his role as Chef Louis in the Little Mermaid in concert production at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA, John Stamos visited Disneyland Paris and met Ariel, the sophisticated Little Mermaid, in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle during a sunny family… Read More »Celebrity Spotting: John Stamos meets Ariel at Disneyland Paris