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People from all over the world spend millions of dollars annually to visit the Disney Parks and Resorts. Many are looking for an escape from reality, and just want to have some good ole fashioned family fun. One of their favorite pasttimes is to meet their childhood heroes: Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Gaston, or Ensign Garland. You see, without the aid of ...
A stormtrooper goes missing. No, not that one. Another one.
DISNEY'S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS, FL -- The First Order recently put out a notice alerting the galaxy to be on the lookout for a missing trooper, designated FN-2198. FN-2198 (no relation to FN-2187) did not show up for a normal roll call prior to their scheduled 1500 (3PM for you civilians) March at Disney's Hollywood Studios. FN-2198 was replaced by FN-1824, who recently came from back from a blaster injury suffered during a ...
Warning: this article may cause distress and is not suitable for small children. Goats will like it, though.
Following last week's shocking news about the arrest of an unnamed cast member attempting to steal the heavily guarded churro recipe, Uncle Walt's Insider has learned about another incident involving this beloved treat, this time on the west coast.
CAUTION: this news is disturbing. We urge you to make sure no small children are in the room.
Churro - a tasty treat with a historic past
LEGOLAND California has announced that their newest resort, the LEGOLAND Castle Hotel, will open on April 27, 2018. Fans of the little plastic bricks can start booking now!
Theft and supply constraints cited for setbacks
Although the LEGOLAND Castle Hotel was announced just last year, many people do not realize that it has been under construction for nearly seven years. While the official announcement was made in January of 2017, that was just to cover for some embarrassing setbacks.
Despite operating many LEGOLAND theme ...
Like capsules of laundry detergent, pixie dust may seem edible, but it's not.
BURBANK, CA -- In the wake of the "Tide Pod challenge," Disney officials have issued a warning that pixie dust is intended for external application only, and must not be taken internally. "It's never come up before," Disney spokesperson Jun Disney [no relation] told Uncle Walt's, "but apparently you just don't know these days what kids will try. Honestly, we have not tested what might happen if someone swallows ...