Disney claims technology from several attractions has been 'stolen' by large companies
Shocking news from the Glendale, California, offices of Walt Disney Imagineering (WDI) today: an Imagineer says that several major companies have stolen research about self-driving cars from WDI. The Imagineer pointed to several examples of self-driving technology in Disney parks, including Jungle Cruise boats and Tomorrowland Speedway cars.
A race for the first (?) self driving car
Several companies are currently in a race to develop the first widely-accepted self-driving cars. Notable ...
"We know how to best serve the sea life in our care."
GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS -- In a statement released Thursday morning, frozen seafood company Gortons, Inc., announced that they had acquired SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment. The SeaWorld parks, which have seen falling attendance following criticism of their handling of the sea creatures in their care, have been looking for a buyer for several months. Gorton's spokesman Rudy Hartell tells Uncle Walt's Insider, "It's synergy. They have sea creatures, we need sea creatures. ...
"Disney wants things to seem real, and toys are made in China."
Disney fans in the United States are celebrating the recent announcement of the opening day of the new Toy Story Land at Disney's Hollywood Studios (June 31, 2018), but international fans are not so excited. For months, guests at Shanghai Disneyland have been treated to views of what appeared to be construction of their own Toy Story Land. Now it appears, though, that Shanghai's construction was not for their own ...
Merger negotiations continue, but the tasty chicken sandwich chain's Sunday closure policy has stalled progress.
ATLANTA, GA -- Sources in both the Walt Disney Company and Chick-fil-A have confirmed publicly that a Disney/Chick-fil-A merger is being negotiated. Rumors continue to fly around Disney and chicken-based websites about the details, but Uncle Walt's Insider has learned that Chick-fil-A's policy of closing its stores on Sundays is a major sticking point in the negotiations. While nothing has been agreed at this time, it is ...
Fans worldwide celebrate that the massive destruction did not affect the Disney parks.
TOKYO, JAPAN -- A wide swath of this sprawling city was in chaos Friday after Godzilla, king of the monsters, returned to wreak his vengeance on mankind. Buildings were leveled, power lines tumbled, and hundreds of thousands of people ran screaming through the streets, trying desperately to flee the oncoming tide of destruction. As the country searches for answers and works to rebuild its devastated infrastructure, Uncle Walt's Insider ...