Dinklage's complaint was not well-received in the broader community.
BURBANK, CA -- When actor Peter Dinklage (best known for his roles as "Binky" in 13 Moons and "Trumpkin" in The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian) complained about Disney's upcoming live-action remake of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Disney said they would "take a different approach" to the characters. Instead of being played by actors, the dwarfs would now be "magical creatures" created by CGI.
But then came a backlash from actors in ...
This nickel-and-diming has got to stop.
TOONTOWN, USA -- In a statement released today, Donald Duck has announced that he is joining with Mickey Mouse in a push to oust Disney CEO, Bob "Bob" Chapek. We think Donald said, "While the so-called CEO continues to avoid guests and raise prices, one thing that is overlooked is OUR ability to keep up with the rising costs! I get it, guests are here for a few days, maybe a week, and they are able ...
At least one dog went and grabbed the keys on Pirates of the Caribbean.
ANAHEIM, CA -- Disneyland Theme Park and Spa announced today that its new "Bring-a-Pet Thursday" venture was a not a complete failure.
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) told Uncle Walt's Insider, "Hey, we had literally thousands of dogs and cats here, and at least one llama, and most of them had a blast. Even with all those different sized animals, and with ride restraint systems that ...
Ottawa streets are clogged with protesting truckers? I'm going to Disney World!
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Multiple guests visiting the Canada Pavilion and Spa at EPCOT Centre have reported seeing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hiding there.
Cast Member Tracey B. tells Uncle Walt's Insider, "He mostly just keeps to himself, but he's nice enough if you talk to him.
"Of course, he claims his name is 'Steve.' So just to be sure it was him, I played the audio of a ...
Maybe he'll send the Kamala animatronic to investigate the "root causes."
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- The Joe Biden animatronic at Disney's Hall of "Presidents" went off-script again on Monday. And his remarks are being interpreted as giving a green light to armed conflict between the national pavilions at Epcot's World Showcase.
"I think what you're going to see is that [Epcot] pavilions will be held accountable if they invade another," the animatronic said during the 3:30 showing at the Hall of Presidents ...