For all of you attempting to follow along with the Disney, Miramax, and Weinstein brothers contract negotiations, The New Statesman has a great primer. I imagine a lot of this is up in the air until the next CEO of Disney is decided upon.
How is it possible that the same people who created EPCOT Center, Splash Mountain, Indiana Jones Adventure and Tokyo Disney Seas, also created Disney’s California Adventure, Walt Disney Studios Paris, DinoRama, and Journey into YOUR Imagination? The answer is simple…they didn’t. At SaveDisney.com Pen name writer Tom Morrow starts a new series of columns on… Read More »The Fall of Imagineering
If there is one thing the internet is efficient at it’s collecting information. Recipe websites have long been a staple of the net and Disney recipies are no exception. AllEarsNet hosts the most complete recipe collection I could find. I’ve referred to it often (try the JIKO Mac and Cheese!) The OrlandoSentinal has also posted… Read More »Disney Foodie
This bloke who works at Disneyland used to maintain his blog. He hasn’t posted since February when he got signed off on Jungle Cruise. However, he did make and post this very cool quicktime VR of the Indiana Jones Loading area. Here’s a story from my past. I applied to work for WDI about 7… Read More »Quicktime VR of Indy
Two great columns from JimHillMedia this last weekend. First, Jim reports from Comic-con on the presence of many a great ex-disney employee now pimping their wares free from the mouse’s reins. no matter how crazy & crowded the hall may get – the artists &… Read More »A Window for Sam
Looks like some sour grapes from the folks at Universal Orlando and Seaworld. Instead of supporting a bullet train that will efficiently bring guests into the tourist region of Orlando allowing more time for said guests to spend money shopping, dining, etc., they are opposing… Read More »Walt Disney World with a Bullet
And there was much rejoicing. Jay takes a hard look at the ’03 numbers now that FastPass has been established for several years. Jay is surprised to learn that not only did the quantum leaps in customer spending and satisfaction failed to materialize for the… Read More »Bye Bye Fastpass!!!