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Uncle Walt's Insider is proud to announce the debut of our inaugural (Step)Moms Panel! And unlike some panels that are focused on a single brand, our team of experts will provided answers about anything, as long as it's slightly theme-park related!
Have questions about Walt Disney World? Disneyland? Universal Studios? Six Flags? Legoland? Alton Towers? Dubai Land? Ferrari World? Gyeongju? Our panel of experts can give you answers, ...
It was only a matter of time.
ANAHEIM, CA -- The Hyperion Theater at Disney's California Adventure & Spa has struggled for years to find an audience. The current production, Frozen - Live at the Hyperion, has been running since approximately 1972 (oddly predating both the movie Frozen and the park it's in). And yet Frozen is deeply unpopular. Its showings are mostly empty, with only a few lost stragglers staying to watch the adventures of Anna, Elsa, Olaf, and Skippy the Wonder Lizard.
The innovative partnership with Time Warner will require your home to be connected to cable or fiber.
LOS ANGELES, CA -- Earlier this week, Disney announced the pricing of its new streaming service, Disney+. At the time, they also described a bundled service that includes Hulu & ESPN+ for just $13 per month.
Now Disney+ is swinging for the fences, with a new "Everything Bundle" that will include every TV channel currently in existence, for only $290 per month! For the new bundle, ...
The cost of licensing Disney songs was just too high.
BR'ER BANK, CA -- Disney parks will no longer feature Disney music.
That's the word from Disney Parks and Resorts and Spas president Bob "Bob" Chapek. Apparently the Disney Company charges quite a bit to license its music, and "it's just cost-prohibitive to pay for it any more."
"Fortunately, there's an abundance of public domain, royalty-free generic music online," says Chapek. "You can hear it in almost every bad YouTube travelogue out there ...
Disney Cruise Line brings a little corporate synergy to Anaheim.
DISNEYLAND, CA-- Donald's Boat, a watery attraction at Disneyland's Toontown, will soon offer extra-cost shore excursions for its guests!
The Boat, which recently reentered service after sinking last year, has been struggling to attract passengers after the mishap. Disneyland is hopeful that adding extra options for its guests during their cruise will entice them to return.
Lots of, um, limited options!
In a joint venture with Disney Cruise Line announced yesterday, guests will soon have ...