You'll plummet to the sounds of "Seize the Day," perhaps?
ANAHEIM, CA SOMEWHERE IN TEXAS -- In a rather odd announcement, Disney announced today that the "Critter Country" section of Texas' Disneyland Park will be rethemed, but the company would not say for sure what the new theme would be. Instead, they gave a cryptic hint at one of the possibilities.
When Uncle Walt's Insider reached out to our normal contact, Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation), we discovered that she ...
It'll be so easy to get to!
FUTURE SITE OF DISNEYLAND TEXAS -- Are you as excited as we are for the newly-relocated Disneyland in Texas? Uncle Walt's Insider is thrilled to announce that ground has been broken, and construction has begun! And the new location is just where many predicted it would be.
Your reporter was invited on a tour of the property, led by Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation).
After a bit of a delay in my getting to ...
And they are currently negotiating with both major political parties.
BURBANK, CA -- In a stunning development, the Disney Company announced today that it will be purchasing Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon, and all of their subsidiary brands.
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) was ecstatic.
"This is off the record, obviously," she whispered into our hidden microphone, "but this is just one step closer to our ultimate goal of world domination."
How does that square with with founder Walt Disney (related)'s dream ...
No word yet on whether it will reopen in Anaheim or in Texas.
ANAHEIM, CA -- The long awaited re-opening date of the Disneyland Land Resort has finally been announced! Josh D'Amaro, Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences, Products, and Spas alongside some random dude named Gavin something, announced that Disneyland will re-open to guests on October 31, 2021, along with a Halloween party to welcome guests back.
Unlike previous Halloween parties, this will be open to all ticket and Annual Passholders, with ...
Where will it end?
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- It started with hundreds of thousands of residents leaving California. Then theme park Disneyland decided to leave, and was quickly followed by Knott's Berry Farm, SeaWorld, and Disney California Adventure.
Now the first non-park landmark has announced its departure: the famous Golden Gate Bridge.
The Golden Gate (the bridge) spokesperson Jun Gate (no relation) announced the plans to Uncle Walt's Insider.
"Things are just getting nuts out here," said Gate (no relation). "I mean, when someone put ...