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 ...
Disney's River Country had nothing on this new animal encounter!
SAN DIEGO, CA -- SeaWorld has long been known for their amazing shows, featuring some of the most talented marine animals. They also provide research into marine animal behavior, and helps rescue and rehabilitate sick and injured ocean-dwellers.
In addition, as part of their education and outreach strategy, SeaWorld allows guests to interact with these amazing animals through programs like Swim with Dolphins, Swim with Beluga Whales, Dine with Shamu (featuring whole, ...
Disneyland's Critter Country will be renamed for the 1946 film.
DISNEYLAND, CA -- Shoe manufacturer Nike, perhaps seeking to rehab the publicity hit it took after besmirching Betsy Ross, has announced a partnership with Disney to build a new area at Disneyland themed to the 1946 hit movie Song of the South.
"It's a great idea," says Nike (the company) spokesperson Jun Shoe (no relation). "Disney wants to bring more content to their parks based on existing intellectual property. They already have one ...
Should architect Frank Gehry still get credit for the design, or his dog Bosco?
LOS ANGELES, CA -- The Walt Disney Concert Hall has a look all of its own, and architect Frank Gehry has been hailed for its unique look. But did he actually create the design?
Musicians, architects, and the general public hailed the look of the Hall when it opened in 2003, sure. But newly discovered documents indicated that the original design was for a plain, square, stone building.
Most characters draw crowds of fans in an instant. Not this one.
DISNEYLAND, CA -- Disneyland's new area, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, is a runaway hit, now that they've added churro light sabers. And guests absolutely love meeting their favorite characters from the hit movie series.
And they're apparently shunning their least favorite.
"We've got fans flocking around Chewbacca," says Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation). "If he stops walking around, a queue to meet and take photos with him forms ...