This version has no singing snowman.
ARVADA, CO -- A Labor Day visit to their grandparents' house turned traumatic for Ben Skyler, 7, and his 5-year-old sister Ariana, when their grandmother showed them the wrong movie.
"My daughter and son-in-law had given us this Apple TV thing last Christmas," says Betty Kijek, the kids' maternal grandmother. "I still haven't figured out why they named it after fruit, but I was happy to just leave it on the Weather Channel all the time. Except, ...
Three-day weekend? Time to phone it in.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- It's Labor Day, which means Disney parks worldwide will be closed to give their Cast Members a long weekend off to spend with their families. And what's good enough for the Mouse is good enough for Uncle Walt's Insider! [Ed.: Actually, it's much better.]
So for your holiday reading enjoyment, here are some news and rumors from around Walt Disney World and other parks worldwide, that we would write an article ...
This is gonna be good!
UNCLE WALT'S HEADQUARTERS, SVALBARD -- Now that the initial excitement (or outrage) about the new Disney theme park in Escanaba, Michigan has subsided, we put in a Skype call to our favorite Disney spokesperson, Jun Disney (no relation) to see if there are any new details that we can share with our readers. She mentioned that while there's not much that's been finalized yet, there were a few new details, and unfolded a sheet of paper. [Ed.: ...
Is there a mixup between Pluto the dog and Pluto the planet?
BURBANK, CA -- There were plenty of raised eyebrows -- many of them animated -- at the Burbank headquarters of the Walt Disney Company when it announced yesterday that Pluto had been named the "Eighth Dwarf."
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) made the announcement.
"It really didn't start with us," Disney (no relation) tells Uncle Walt's Insider. "It was the International Astronomical Union who made that call. They decided ...
"Abandon our plans? In our moment of triumph?"
BURBANK, CA -- Construction continues on the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge themed lands at all three U.S. Disney parks, despite a serious flaw found in the design plans. Disney intern Scott "Flip" Palledorous, who discovered the potentially fatal defect, has so far been unsuccessful in getting anyone in authority to realize the seriousness of the issue.
"Look, I've crunched the numbers," Palledorous says, "and spent hours and thousands of dollars at Starbucks pouring over the plans. ...