Typhoon Lagoon's iconic shipwreck is fully restored and renovated!
PORT SALERNO, FL -- It's a boat that is very familiar to fans of the Walt Disney World Resort's Typhoon Lagoon water park. Miss Tilly is a shrimp boat that was deposited on the top of Mount Mayday after 1989's storm, a storm that also conveniently created the ideal conditions for a water park. The Miss Tilly has been perched on top of the mountain ever since, useless and decaying.
Until this year.
It's a bit of a Fixer ...
Every other animated feature has had a live remake, so now it's Song of the South's turn.
BURBANK, CA - Continuing with its latest business model of remaking beloved animated features, Disney announced that it had begun production of a live-action reboot of the 1946 classic Song of the South.
"We feel that this reboot has been necessary for decades," said ABC Disney spokesperson Stephen White. "While the film has received a lot of flack for expressing old sentiments, we'd like to retell the story ...
A four-year undercover investigation reveals the truth.
CELEBRATION, FL -- The Walt Disney Company uses the word "magic" a lot -- the Magic Kingdom Park; their first cruise ship, the Disney Magic; the Remember the Magic parade; the "magic underwear" worn by Cast Members who work with characters in the parks so they never have to take potty breaks; and that whole Disney's Magical Wizarding World of Harry Potter thing. But to what extent do they actually use magic?
Uncle Walt's investigates
As our ...
Pictured uses of Go Away Green (L-R): 1. show building. 2. speaker. 3. Club 33 door. 4. Phil.
BURBANK, CA -- For decades Disney Imagineers have been painting buildings and objects within their parks a dusky shade of bluish-green they call "Go Away Green." It's a color whose entire purpose is to not draw attention, so it can be found on speakers, employees-only gates, a certain Cast Member named Phil that no one likes, and most famously, the original door to the secretive ...
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, ...