Last week Disney Auditions launched a new website for entertainment roles at all the parks around the world. Now no…
Peter Goddard of the Toronto Star tells us about Disney art on display in Paris and will later be displayed in Montreal.The people most enthralled around me at the exhibition were not the kids, but their parents and grandparents — the original Mouseketeers. As the Palais show also proves, the distinct Disney touch — that
Hot on the heals of the Korean Disney park 'announcement' comes a bit of speculative news from Shanghai. The article states "the sources said the park will be four times bigger than Hong Kong's Disneyland," which sounds like someone's wet dreams to me. Disney Corporate claims to have very valid business reasons for building these
I'm quite happy to announced that the third issue of LaughingPlace.com's Tales from the Laughing Place Disney magazine is now available for purchase. The first two issues were as beautiful and informative as anything published by Disney now or in the past. Issue three will continue to span the empire of Disney bringing us news
Magic still happens at Disney World everyday. Even when you have to make it yourself. Read this darling story of Nicholas as he pops the question to Leslie while watching Fireworks at Epcot.
CNN picks up the story of Jim Hill's booting from Disneyland as a result of his rogue tours. More bad publicity for Disney. (Update: btw, just thought I'd point out that Jim Hill is technically not a blogger but is in fact online magazine. CNN calling Jim a blogger has erked some people.) Meanwhile Jim
Disney themeparks around the world are now flooded with signage and merchandise (see the LaughingPlace Store for the best selection) to honor Disneyland's 50th anniversary. But the one collectible publication everyone will need this year isn't even produced by the Walt Disney Company. Nope. It's issue two of the new magazine Tales from the Laughing
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