What better way to kick off a new series than with Walt's original park: Disneyland Paris!
We're starting a new article series here at Uncle Walt's Insider, where we make up unearth some extraordinary facts about theme parks around the world and other park-related topics. Even the most diehard fans may not have heard the info we have!
Since this is a new series, it just makes sense to start off with some incredible, newly-written-discovered trivia about Walt Disney's original theme park. So ...
God bless Texas.
DISNEYLAND TEXAS, TX -- The State of Texas continues to lead the push to return to normal following the Covid-19 pandemic, with Disneyland Texas formally dropping its mask requirements for guests. The change will be in effect immediately.
The park is the first of Disney's 37 parks worldwide to lift the rule. Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) confirmed the change.
We really need to rename "common" sense
"Cast Members will still be required to mask, including the it's a ...
We guarantee: there will be more or different stuff! (Fact check: true.)
ANAHEIM, CA -- Disney announced expansion plans for its California parks this week, and fans around the world are waiting for more details to surface.
We at Uncle Walt's Insider, however, have never liked waiting around for official (read: "correct") announcements. So, based on our access to inside information coupled with our imagination, and with our usual level of accuracy (17%), here's what you can expect from the new development ...
No controversy here, no sir.
BURBANK, CA -- Chip Gaines lasted less than a week as head of Walt Disney Imagineering.
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) told Uncle Walt's Insider, "Officially, Chip is moving on to devote more time with his family.
"Off the record, though," Disney (no relation) continued, "Chip was less interested in coming up with new attractions, and more into completely gutting the Imagineering offices, 'to get them ready to flip.'" [Note to self: look up the meaning ...
He could be in charge of demolishing every unoriginal attraction. Hmm...
BURBANK, CA -- With the recent news that longtime Disney Imagineer Joe Rohde has left Walt Disney Imagineering, ostensibly to go play with cruise ships trains spaceships, there is a rare opening for the head Imagineer. Our sources have told us that the new head of Imagineering will be WDI consultant Chip Gaines.
Bob Weis [Ed.: No relation to Charlie], President of Walt Disney Imagineering, told Uncle Walt's Insider that "while we ...