Can you gamble on a movie flopping? Because we'd take this bet.
BR'ER BANK, CA -- After multiple bid-budget theatrical releases losing money this year, and with declining theme park attendance, the Disney Company announced this week that they are just giving up on making money.
The announcement came in the form of still images from the upcoming Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs remake. From the images, and interviews with various actors and screenwriters, it appears that many significant changes have been made ...
It's the ultimate battle for the top spot at Disney!
DISNEYLAND, DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KALIFORNIA -- It's finally here! Earlier we reported that Disney would be looking at internal candidates to replace Bob Iger as the CEO. And then we announced that it had been narrowed down to two candidates.
We can now report that, just before publication, we watched the live stream of the two final candidates. Rather than just tell you the outcome, as a service to you, here ...
Who could the two candidates be?
BURBANK, CA -- As previously reported, Disney CEO Bob "Bob" Iger has deemed that the next CEO of the Walt Disney Company will be an internal candidate.
We haven't heard much news in the intervening time, all our sources have been unusually tight lipped. But today, we got an anonymous email from someone in the Broadcast Production office.
"They've narrowed it down to two candidates. The final interview will be with both of them this Friday, April 14. ...
Apparently all the good ones are already taken.
BURBANK, CA -- Disney CEO Bob "Bob" Iger tells Uncle Walt's Insider that the search for his successor is apparently not going well.
In a statement faxed to us by Disney (the Company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation), Iger is quoted as saying, "As you know, I returned to the company for two years, and two years only, with my only goal being to find the next CEO of The Walt Disney Company. Unfortunately, all ...
We can't wait for Goofy's Belly Flop Contest.
DORAL, FL -- In a surprising move, returning Disney CEO Bob "Bob" Iger has agreed to unload Disney Cruise Line, selling its ships, branding, and assets to cruise mega-corporation Carnival. Disney Cruise Line will become another of Carnival Corporation's current stable of 27 cruise brands, which already include Carnival, Princess, Holland America, Seabourn, P&O, Costa, Six Flags, SpaceX, Cedar Fair, and Kroger.
Uncle Walt's Insider has learned that, at least for now, the former Disney ...