"I don't even speak Netherlandian."
ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS -- Disney's new video streaming service, Disney+, won't go live in the U.S. until next month, but some impatient fans aren't waiting. You see, Disney+ is already active in the Netherlands. Consequently, over 10.3 million Disney fans have renounced their U.S. citizenship and applied for permanent residency here.
"We expected some increased interest in immigration to our country when we heard Disney would test the service here," said a spokesperson for Dutch Prime Minister Mark ...
The cost of licensing Disney songs was just too high.
BR'ER BANK, CA -- Disney parks will no longer feature Disney music.
That's the word from Disney Parks and Resorts and Spas president Bob "Bob" Chapek. Apparently the Disney Company charges quite a bit to license its music, and "it's just cost-prohibitive to pay for it any more."
"Fortunately, there's an abundance of public domain, royalty-free generic music online," says Chapek. "You can hear it in almost every bad YouTube travelogue out there ...
This attraction looks slightly familiar.
BOWIE, MD -- In a not-so-subtle ripoff of the Hall of Presidents at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, Six Flags America has announced the opening of a "Hall of Vice Presidents" attraction.
As with all things Six Flags, the show is not quite up to the same quality level. The Vice Presidents are not full fledged audio-animatronics, but rather cardboard cutouts. A few with speaking roles have moving lower jaws.
In the initial version of the show, only three ...
Apparently some misguided people seem to think visiting SeaWorld is like going to Disney?
SAN ANTONIO, TX -- Numerous online articles [Ed.: Meh, instead of linking, let them Google it for themselves!] claim visiting SeaWorld is just like visiting Disney, but SeaWorld is NOT even close to being like Disney!
Our very own Uncle Walt recently visited SeaWorld San Antonio to investigate this popular misconception. He has compiled 10 reasons as to why SeaWorld is not Disney.
1. The parking
You'll realize you're ...
Most folks just stay home and "visit" Disney parks throughYouTube.
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- A new study commissioned and funded by Uncle Walt's Insider (via free churro coupons) has some surprising results. Apparently over ninety percent of guests entering Disney theme parks worldwide do so to take video of the parks -- not for their own benefit, but for their YouTube channels!
Those results may not come as a shock to anyone who has been at the parks recently, seeing as ...