So many details have yet to be worked out.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- The United Kingdom Pavilion is still hammering out details on its exit from Epcot's World Showcase, as the March 29 deadline draws near. And now, the Pavilion has announced that it will seek a "short extension" on the deadline.
The U.K. Pavilion announced its withdrawal from World Showcase last May, as a consequence of the "Brexit" vote. The withdrawal, called "Epcexit" by no one, really [Ed.: It never caught on.], ...
What makes this particular animal so valuable?
BURBANK, CA -- Disney CEO Robert Iger announced Tuesday that the Walt Disney Company had acquired a fox from media mogul Rupert Murdoch, according to news reports. There was no immediate indication about where the fox will live, or why the purchase was made.
So many questions
As we at Uncle Walt's Insider scanned headlines about this purchase (reading articles is boring), we had many questions. Such as, why this particular fox? What makes it worth billions ...
Now Brits won't have to travel to Orlando or Paris to see Mickey!
STAFFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND -- For years, long-suffering Disney fans in the United Kingdom have watched other countries get Disney parks. First France, then Japan, then China - both Hong Kong and Shanghai - and even North Korea and New Zealand. But now their patience has paid off, as the Walt Disney Company has announced plans to purchase the Alton Towers Resort in Staffordshire, England.
The Alton Towers Resort, like so ...
Disneyland's feline rodent control program works a little too well.
ANAHEIM, CA -- Fans of Walt Disney's original Magic Kingdom know that the park plays host to dozens of feral cats. The cats are not only tolerated, but fed and cared for, as they help keep the park free from rodents.
Apparently, though, they were not told that some rodents were off-limits.
The cat involved, Lucifer, is a long-time resident of Disneyland park, and a favorite of Cast Members. He was even featured here ...
You handle the church satire, we'll do theme parks. M'kay?
Satirical news site The Babylon Bee published an article recently titled Disneyland Unveils New Star Wars Ride That Builds Up Really High Expectations And Then Lets You Down Halfway Through. (The actual article was shorter than the headline.)
Funny stuff, but this is our corner. Go work over there.
Seriously, we at Uncle Walt's Insider love the Bee. It and The Onion are inspirations for UWI (except for our writer X, who I don't ...