Yay, Chapek's gone. Iger will be better. He will be better, right? Hello?
BR'ER BANK, CA -- Only days after declaring that the struggling Disney Company would be facing staff reductions, a dejected Bob "Bob" Chapek was seen leaving its headquarters with a box of personal belongings (we're assuming photos with Mickey and his favorite pieces of hate mail).
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) claims the firing of Chapek as CEO was just a bit of bad luck.
"He was trying ...
If it makes it, this will be the first computer-generated personality to make it onto the panel -- that we know of.
LONGYEARBYEN, SVALBARD -- The search is on for new members for the planDisney trip advice panel!* Tens of thousands of applicants have already been eliminated, and the remaining few are keeping their fingers crossed.
But one potential panelist has no fingers to cross. That's because the applicant, "John Q. Disneyfan of St. Louis, Missouri," is not a person, but an ...
That cover photo is just a placeholder. No accusations are being made. Yet.
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- Uncle Walt's Insider today announced (by this article, in fact) that they are investigating a breach into their Vault of Story Ideas (known also as the Story Idea Vault, or the Idea Vault of Stories).
The U.W.I. Story Idea Vault (see previous paragraph) is kept under lock and key inside the renowned Svalbard Global Seed Vault, known for its ultra-tight security.*
"We're not sure who ...
We can't wait to visit Walt, er, Bob Chapek World!
BURBANK, CA -- A recent SEC filing reveals that Disney intends to replace the Disney name with "Chapek" worldwide, after its current CEO Bob "Bob" Chapek. The name change will include the parks, studios, subsidiaries, individual departments, as well as the corporation name itself.
Uncle Walt's Insider reached out to Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) for more information.
More "discussed" than "Disney." Or is that "disgust"?
"Yes, boys, it is true," Disney ...
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GLENDALE-ISH, CA -- Disney CEO Bob "Bob" Chapek is continuing his practice of adding charges to things that used to be free! During a recent earnings call, Chapek announced that streaming service Disney+ will be adding advertisements, but that an ad-free experience would still be available -- for an additional fee, of course.
Our intrepid reporters [Ed.: I don't think our reporters have been intrepid since Covid hit] were able to discover the ...