"If the park had been open, who knows how many guests would have died."
ORLANDO, FL -- In what some are calling "a shutdown miracle" (and to be fair, others are calling "fake news"), Volcano Bay erupted on Tuesday.
The volcano is a feature of a water park at the Universal Orlando Studios, Theme Park, School of Witchcraft & Wizardry and Spa. Although it was not thought to be dormant, since it regularly belched smoke, steam and fire, park officials did not ...
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Appearing this past week on Uncle Walt's Insider:
(STEP) MOMS PANEL: WHAT DO CAST MEMBERS DO WHEN THEY'RE NOT WORKING? - Do Disney employees have a life outside of the parks? The (Step) Moms know!
UWI CORONAVIRUS POLICY: NO MORE THAN 50 READERS ONLINE AT THE SAME TIME - Finally, a quarantine goal that's easily reachable!
REVEALED: JOE ROHDE & TERRY GILLIAM ARE THE SAME PERSON - Like Clark Kent is Superman with glasses, Joe ...
Like Will Rogers and Congress, we never lack for material.
ATLANTA, GA -- CNN commentators have denounced Uncle Walt's Insider for describing Disney's two Chinese theme parks as "Disneyland Shanghai" and "Hong Kong Disneyland." They claim that using description of the parks' foreign location is racist.
In our defense: (1) The terms are just a description of a geographic fact; and (2) CNN itself has used those names (here & here, from just the past 30 days). We'll keep you posted as the ...
"If only we'd known."
BURBANK, CA -- Newly minted Disney CEO Bob "Robert" Chapek is kicking himself right now. (Figuratively, we presume.) The problem? The inexpensive pricing of Disney+, the Mouse's new streaming service.
"It's the whole supply and demand thing," Chapek told Uncle Walt's Insider. "We set the price really low to entice people to subscribe -- and it worked, at least until season one of The Mandalorian ended. We set the price low to drive up demand."
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