Gone are the old visuals and conscientiously French theme based on Jules Verne's novel "From the Earth to the Moon." Instead, the ride tours the solar system before hurtling out through asteroid showers to skim past supernovas and other astronomical phenomena, portrayed with high-definition video and a host of other new effects.Paris Disneyland unveiled its
Disney is set to auction off more of its history. This time a couple of attraction vehicles from Disneyland including an old skyway car and a space mountain vechicle. Looks like these were the vehicles that had been hanging in the Rocket Rod's queue. That queue is now part of the exciting Buzz Lightyear ride
Steve Bowbrick debates the Disney claim over Winnie-The-Pooh's copyright. As he points out, if the stuffed with fluff one earned you $5.3 Billion last year you'd fight hard to keep him too. Also see Steve's links to this delicous pathological diagnosis of the characters in the 100 acre woods and this link to Ashdown Forest,
The husband asked his wife what she'd like for her birthday. "I'd love to be six again," she replied. On the morning of her birthday, he woke up early, got up, made her a nice big bowl of Lucky Charms and then took her off to Disneyland. What a day! They went on every ride
Ever wonder what happened to Judson Green. He used to be the chairman of Walt Disney Attractions, the position Jay Rasula has now. He then left to become CEO of NAVTEQ the company for digital map information for automotive navigation systems, mobile navigation devices and Internet-based mapping. Now he's joined the board of HDI, Harley-Davidson
The Pasadena Star-News posts an article offering some insight into the workings of Disney's Animal Kingdom's next big attraction and the Imagineer (Joe Rohde, whom some speak about in hushed tones as the next Walt) in charge of bringing it into reality.
Cause Downtown Disney is opening up Club LibbyLu. Club Libby Lu's mission is to create a spontaneous environment that encourages girls to express their imagination and individuality. 'Tween girls (ages 6-12) enjoy hanging out with their friends, playing games, learning new dance steps, or having their birthday parties with the guidance of club counselors. This
Michael Eisner's two year notice is about twice as long as the usual notice given from CEOs. I noted that this might be problem and writers at the LATimes seem to think so too. This long period of transition will allow for candidates to rise and fall and for various factions inside the company to