No new paint scheme or repairs done. Why did they hide the castle for months?
DISNEYLAND, CA -- Since January of this year, Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle has been hidden behind scrims and scaffolding, apparently undergoing "refurbishment." Well, the scrims are down now, and absolutely nothing is different.
"Not a thing," says Disney vlogger "Spencer." [Ed.: Not his real name. It's Jake.] "I've even gone over before-and-after hi-rez photos of the castle in a detailed comparison. It's not just the same color scheme, it's the ...
Disney to rename WDW to "Wald Disney World"; Disneyland will have "Walk in Wald's Footsteps" tour.
CELEBRATION, FL -- If you haven't seen the image above already, a new fountain in the town of Celebration, Florida, includes a pointer to "Wald Disney World." Embarrassed officials at the Disney Company now admit that they've been misspelling the name of the company's founder for decades.
"To be fair, Wald did have sloppy handwriting," says Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation). "Higher-ups in the ...
To be fair, "duck" and "dock" do sound alike. And there was a duck.
DISNEYLAND, CA -- Ronald Patton, 24, came to California last week from his Tempe, Arizona, home with two goals: visit one of California's cannabis dispensaries, and spend a day at Disneyland.
We cannot report on whether he completed his first goal, but it might explain why he ended up being fished out of the water at Disneyland's it's a small world attraction on Saturday.
Patton tells Uncle Walt's ...
Now everyone can enjoy a meal at Club 33!
BURBANK, CA -- It is one of the most exclusive clubs in the world -- or it used to be, at least. Disneyland's members-only Club 33 is not just at Disneyland any more.
First Disney announced that they would be expanding Club 33 from Disneyland-only to each of the four parks of Walt Disney World. Now word has leaked that Disney is licensing the name of Club 33 to fast-food franchises around the country.
It may not be dead, though, but just resting.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- As anyone who has ever set a backpack down in their Glendale, CA, offices knows, Disney Imagineers love to hide things. More specifically, though, they love to place Hidden Mickeys and tributes to other favorite things inside of attractions. While the hidden tributes tend to be only of Disney properties and former rides, occasionally a non-Disney item is snuck in. Well-known examples include Mr. Limpet in the Little ...