Disney's highest employee award is just one arts-and-crafts project away!
We here at Uncle Walt's Insider love and appreciate Disney cast members and other dedicated theme park employees. As such we especially watch out for cast members who have won the highest award available to them: the Legacy Award, which allows the cast member to wear a special white-on-blue name tag. Imagine our surprise, then, on encountering one such winner who appears to have made his own Legacy Award name tag using ...
In a stunning coincidence, every single active YouTube Disney vlogger just happened to show up in the same spot at the Studios on Thursday.
DISNEY'S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS -- A chance meeting between well-known video bloggers, or "vloggers," SirWillow and TimTracker at Disney's Hollywood Studios last Thursday quickly escalated, as dozens of Disney vloggers converged on the site, apparently coincidentally. Witnesses report a crowd of dozens of the YouTube stars on Grand Avenue near the MuppetVision theater, including Adam the Woo, Justin Scarred, World ...
After Disney's successful open-door monorail test two weeks ago, "Monorail Clear" makes its first run
Little more than a week after plans were leaked about a possible new "convertible monorail" design coming to Walt Disney World Resort, the Disney company has surprised everyone with a totally unexpected addition to the fleet: an entirely transparent monorail train. The new "Monorail Clear" debuted on Saturday.
A new addition to an aging fleet
The Walt Disney World monorail system, one of the most heavily-traveled in the world, ...
Uncle Walt's Insider reported in November about radical changes coming to the Disney company, with far-reaching and controversial impact throughout the resorts, theme parks and even upcoming movies. Disney fan sites and forums, including our own, have been ablaze with heated discussions, with most of the comments being negative. In spite of the controversy, however, Disney announced yesterday that the changes would be permanent.
Too much, too soon?
When Uncle Walt's first reported the news, blowback was immediate. Although the modifications and additions ...
Six Flags of Texas employee Luka Fisher loves his job. He just wishes it were somewhere else -- specifically, at one of Walt Disney World's four Florida theme parks. And often, in his head, that's exactly where he is.
"I grew up loving Disney," Fisher tells us. "My family even visited Walt Disney World a couple of times when I was in elementary school. And my parents will tell you, once I visited there, I wanted to live there. Not just in ...