Pictured: Artist's concept of Star Wars: Rand der Galaxie at Disneyland Bavaria.
FUSSEN, GERMANY -- Europe's second Disney park has only been open a few years, but is apparently already getting a new land.
According to an article in today's early edition of The Daily Churro, Disneyland Bavaria is the next park to get its own Star Wars land. Construction will begin shortly on the new "Schwarzer Spire Außenposten."
Germany: home of stormtroopers
Now that the skirmishes between Disneyland Bavaria and Disneyland Paris have died down, ...
Bob Iger says it will be "very difficult" to continue working there.
BURBANK, CA -- Disneyland Hong Kong and Shanghai Disneyland will shut down completely later this year, as the Disney Company moves to exit any jurisdiction that imposes legal restrictions they disagree with.
Sources cite the Chinese government's forced abortion policy and widespread religious persecution as prompting the decision. Disney CEO Bob "Robert" Iger hinted at the move earlier, when he said that "many people who work for us will not ...
Pictured: a archealogical dig unearths the famous "Dead Sea Tupperware."
AMMAN, JORDAN -- Scientists may have discovered the location of Agrabah, the city featured in the movie Aladdin and its sequels (Aladdin Reloaded, Aladdin Revolutions, and Aladdin in Space: a Galaxy Jafar, Far Away).
Dr. Afra Karim, of the Cinematic Historical Society, announced the discovery in a press conference on Monday. Karim stated that their latest find, the famous Dead Sea Tupperware, confirms the location.
"This is just the latest piece of the ...
"It's not a ripoff of Galaxy's Edge, because Space: 1999 wasn't a ripoff of Star Wars."
GRAND PRAIRIE, TX -- "It's like nothing you've ever seen before." That's the official word from Six Flags (the company) spokesperson Jun Flags (no relation) about the new lands coming to Six Flags Over Georgia and Six Flags Magic Mountain.
"When I say 'It's like nothing you've ever seen before,' I mean that literally," says Flags (no relation), "and can legally continue to say it until Friday when ...
Travelers will relive Walt's California arrival with almost nothing to his name!
CELEBRATION, FL -- Fans of Walt Disney and his rags-to-riches story now have an opportunity to walk in his footsteps. And not just through some cheesy, expensive tour of Disneyland, either!
No, Adventures by Disney has announced its latest vacation package offering: "A Suitcase and a Dream: Relive Walt's Arrival in California." For as little as $2600 per person, guests will get to experience the thrill of, well, reliving Walt Disney's ...