Or until Disney lets the Mickey Mouse copyright lapse. Whichever comes first.
BR'ER BANK, CA -- In what is being hailed as a "triumphant return of Dear Leader" and a "glorious victory over the forces of oppression," Bob "Robert" Iger has resumed his duties as CEO of the Disney Company.
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) read a brief statement characterizing the short rule of Robert "Bob" Chapek as a "coup." The statement also mentioned that Iger has been granted the ...
The live action Lion King was a huge hit, so why not?
BURBANK, CA -- Walt Disney Studios has announced that they have entered into an agreement with Netflix to shoot a live action remake of the hit documentary Tiger King.
Starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, the movie will follow the life, and eventual downfall, of Joe "Tiger King" Exotic. Johnson will play the lead role of Joe Exotic, of course. Joe Exotic's nemesis, "F'n Carol Baskin," will be played by Hillary Clinton. ...
We answer one of life's less perplexing riddles.
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- Yes.
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"If only we'd known."
BURBANK, CA -- Newly minted Disney CEO Bob "Robert" Chapek is kicking himself right now. (Figuratively, we presume.) The problem? The inexpensive pricing of Disney+, the Mouse's new streaming service.
"It's the whole supply and demand thing," Chapek told Uncle Walt's Insider. "We set the price really low to entice people to subscribe -- and it worked, at least until season one of The Mandalorian ended. We set the price low to drive up demand."
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