You'll plummet to the sounds of "Seize the Day," perhaps?
ANAHEIM, CA SOMEWHERE IN TEXAS -- In a rather odd announcement, Disney announced today that the "Critter Country" section of Texas' Disneyland Park will be rethemed, but the company would not say for sure what the new theme would be. Instead, they gave a cryptic hint at one of the possibilities.
When Uncle Walt's Insider reached out to our normal contact, Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation), we discovered that she ...
The rides already exit into gift shops. Why not take advantage of that?
ANAHEIM, CA -- Disney has already shown that you can safely operate a theme park.
Billions of visitors currently at Walt Disney World (95% of them at Disney's Hollywood Studios) have proven that fact. However, California governor Gavin Newsome (D) has continued to force the parks to stay closed, which has led to longer bread and toilet paper lines, especially in Southern California.
But now Disney park officials may have ...
It'll be so easy to get to!
FUTURE SITE OF DISNEYLAND TEXAS -- Are you as excited as we are for the newly-relocated Disneyland in Texas? Uncle Walt's Insider is thrilled to announce that ground has been broken, and construction has begun! And the new location is just where many predicted it would be.
Your reporter was invited on a tour of the property, led by Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation).
After a bit of a delay in my getting to ...
It's not unusual to be loved by anyone. But it is unusual for our articles.
UNCLE WALT'S H.Q., SVALBARD -- We recently received a cryptic email from an anonymous [Ed.: Hi Bob!] source, deep within the Walt Disney Company. The source wrote simply, "You should write an article about Disney's Ribeiro Resort."
That was it. The entire email. Not really a lot to go on, but hey, we're award-winning journalists. We can uncover the rest of the story ourselves. We were able ...
Such a generous guy!
SACRAMENTO, CA -- On the heels of the recent layoff news coming to Disney Parks & Resorts, California Governor Gavin Newsom (D), has announced that he plans to personally take care of each and every employee out of the 28,000 Disney employees that will be laid off.
Gavin Newsom said, "It's really the right thing to do. I mean, as a very, VERY rich man, instead of just talking about how we need to take care of these people, ...