This attraction looks slightly familiar.
BOWIE, MD -- In a not-so-subtle ripoff of the Hall of Presidents at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, Six Flags America has announced the opening of a "Hall of Vice Presidents" attraction.
As with all things Six Flags, the show is not quite up to the same quality level. The Vice Presidents are not full fledged audio-animatronics, but rather cardboard cutouts. A few with speaking roles have moving lower jaws.
In the initial version of the show, only three ...
This is bound to give a boost to several Disney characters' candidacies.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Breaking news out of Washington: President Donald J. Trump has just announced via Twitter that he is withdrawing his name for reelection in 2020. Instead, he will replace Bob "Robert" Iger as CEO of The Disney Company when Iger retires in 2021 (and joins the staff of Uncle Walt's Insider).
Trump tweeted an image of himself holding a chart of all the companies owned by Disney, saying this:
Out with the new, in with the old!
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Big news from our Florida news bureau! [Ed.: Nice touch! Makes it sound like we actually have more than the one office.] Disney's Hollywood Studios Theme Park and Spa is officially scrapping Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge even before it opens. Instead, they will be rebuilding former attractions and original elements of the Studios, such as Residential Street, Catastrophe Canyon, the Honey I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set Adventure, and ...
Most folks just stay home and "visit" Disney parks throughYouTube.
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- A new study commissioned and funded by Uncle Walt's Insider (via free churro coupons) has some surprising results. Apparently over ninety percent of guests entering Disney theme parks worldwide do so to take video of the parks -- not for their own benefit, but for their YouTube channels!
Those results may not come as a shock to anyone who has been at the parks recently, seeing as ...
It worked for the Fourth of July!
BURBANK, CA -- After seeing the success and universal acclaim from the media for the nation's Fourth of July celebration in Washington, D.C., Disney Parks are getting into the spirit and adding military displays to its daily parades!
Bob Chapek, Chairperson of Disney Parks & Resorts & Spas, made the announcement Tuesday.
"We are excited to announce that Disney is partnering with the United States Armed Forces to add some incredible shows of force to our live ...