Na'vi protest lack of cast members
Representatives of the Na'vi people from Pandora have filed a written protest with the administration of the Walt Disney World Resort, saying that the Na'vi should be hired as cast members in the new Pandora - the World of Avatar land at Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park. The protest letter notes that in the past, Walt Disney World has staffed its various pavilions and hotels representing different countries and areas of the world with cast members ...
"Lost Attractions" is a recurring feature on Uncle Walt's Insider, where we shine the spotlight on planned attractions that were never built.
The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at Disney's Magic Kingdom Park in Florida is an unqualified success, remaining tremendously popular and generating lengthy standby queues almost four years after its debut. But until now, only a select few people knew that Mine Train's unique roller coaster / dark ride combination was not original, but was based on an unbuilt attraction originally ...
Texas teen tries to find a "Last Airbender" ride in Pandora - Land of Avatar
Most guests at Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park have been dazzled by the park's new Pandora - The World of Avatar area, and particularly its two blockbuster attractions, Avatar: Flight of Passage and Na'vi River Journey -- but not Tyler Roth. Roth, a 16-year-old high school student from Round Rock, Texas, is a "huge fan" of Avatar: The Last Airbender ("the TV series and comic books, not ...
Lamar Price is out of a job -- as his family's vacation photographer.
A 44-year-old Boston native and father of two, Price has always tried to capture the special moments and everyday magic on each vacation. However, following a recent nine-day trip to the Walt Disney World Resort, his family unanimously voted that on future trips, someone else should handle the camera.
A perfect record
"Nine days!" Price's wife Beatrice told Uncle Walt's Insider. "Nine days we were at Walt Disney World! You know ...
Last week's power outage at Disneyland Park in California was not due to a "transformer problem," as Disney spokespersons initially reported. Uncle Walt's Insider has learned that the power supply was cut off intentionally by the Toontown Power House (pictured), and that the disruption was just the latest in an ongoing squabble between the park's Toontown and Fantasyland residents.
Not a new issue
"The bosses at Disney like to put out this perfect image of Disneyland, where everyone lives in harmony," Toontown spokesbunny ...